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ArcelorMittal

19 avenue de la Liberté
L-2390
Luxembourg

Telephone : +352 4792-1
Fax : +352 4792 2675
Web : www.arcelormittal.com


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Three injured in Pennsylvania steel plant explosion 28 May 2013

Three people were hospitalised, two in critical condition, when a furnace exploded on May 23 at the ArcelorMittal steel mill in Coatesville, west of Philadelphia. Sources said water leaked into a 3,000-degree electric arc furnace containing molten steel, causing it to explode. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has also been notified....

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ArcelorMittal Kazakh plant reduces output after fatal fire 18 May 2012

ArcelorMittal has reduced production at the main steelmaking unit of its plant in Kazakhstan after a fire killed two people on May 15, according to Reuters. The company said the fire in the sinter plant that feeds the blast furnaces had been contained after burning for more than three hours....

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Oil & gas industry and expanding pipeline network will boost pipe industry in GCC 26 January 2011

Steel prices worldwide drop by 10 per cent; demand from GCC to grow six fold in five years...

Kazakhs mine safety wearning for ArcelorMittal 01 February 2008

The world's biggest steel company, ArcelorMittal, could be forced to close one of its coal mines in Kazakhstan if it does not improve safety following an explosion last month that illed 30 people. Kazakhstan's head of ministry of emergencies, Vladimir Bozhko, has given ArcelorMittal one month to draw up a plan to introduce 41 safety reforms at the company's Abaiskaya mine in central Kazakhstan, where the blast took place. ...