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UK agrees £500m deal with Tata Steel to secure Port Talbot plant’s future 18 September 2023

The UK Government and Tata Steel agreed on a proposed joint investment package on 15 September which will help secure the future of Tata’s Port Talbot plant, subject to consultation and regulatory approvals. Tata Steel is expected to invest £1.25 billion, including a UK Government grant worth up to £500 million in a new Electric Arc Furnace for greener steel production at Port Talbot, which is currently the UK’s largest single carbon emitter....

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UK government to offer steel firms £600m to go green 23 January 2023

The UK government is set to provide British Steel and Tata Steel with £600 million in funding to help the two steelmakers switch from coal-fired blast furnaces and to help with their energy costs. The BBC reports that the funding is set to be announced by Chancellor Jeremy Hunt this week in a move which will protect thousands of jobs....

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Tata Steel invests £400,000 into Port Talbot plant to reduce emissions 13 September 2022

Tata Steel has installed a new high-tech gas enrichment station to its Port Talbot plant in south Wales to help reduce reliance on natural gas, lower emissions, and save millions of pounds each year. The investment comes a month after The Financial Times reported that Tata has threatened to shut down operations if the UK government does not agree to £1.5 billion of subsidies to help it reduce carbon emissions....

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Two injured after explosions at Tata steelworks in Wales 26 April 2019

Two people have been injured after a series of explosions at the Tata Steel site in Port Talbot, south Wales, at 3.30 BST on April 26. Later in the morning, the company said the explosions were caused by a spill of liquid iron from a train carrying molten metal but the fires were now out and all employees had been accounted for....

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Explosion at Tata Steel plant in Netherlands injures four 20 March 2019

Four workers were injured in an explosion at the Tata Steel plant in Velsen-Noord, Noord Holland province, on March 20, according to the company. Those affected were undertaking maintenance, Tata said in a tweet, and were taken to hospital. The extent of their injuries is unknown....

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Tata Steel UK fined after uncontrolled release of toxic substances 11 August 2017

A steel company has today been fined after the release of toxic and flammable substances from its site in Scunthorpe. Hull Crown Court heard on 17 June 2011 a large quantity of Benzole was released at an open site glass in Tata Steel’s Scunthorpe Steel Works. The release resulted in a large flammable vapour cloud that exposed five workers to the risk of serious injury of death had the cloud ignited....

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Deal secured to keep Tata Steel’s Port Talbot steel plant open, UK unions say 07 December 2016

A deal to secure jobs and production at Port Talbot and other steelworks across the UK has been made with Tata Steel, trade union sources have confirmed. This follows talks involving representatives from Community, Unite and the GMB at the Port Talbot steelworks on December 7....

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Tata Steel sells Scunthorpe steel plant and invites bids for its other UK assets 11 April 2016

Tata Steel has sold its plant in Scunthorpe and several other businesses to Greybull Capital, possibly saving up to 4,400 jobs in the UK and 400 in France. Greybull will take on the entirety of Tata's steelworks operations in Scunthorpe, as well as two mills in Teesside, an engineering workshop in Workington and a design consultancy in York along with a mill in Hayange, France....

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Tata Steel fined after employee seriously injured in 2012 UK explosion 17 November 2015

International steel giant Tata has been fined £180,000 after pleading guilty to safety breaches after an employee narrowly escaped death when he was showered in scalding molten metal in a massive explosion at Tata Speciality Steels’ premises in Aldwarke Lane, Rotherham. The 49-year-old furnace worker suffered life-threatening injuries in the incident on 9 March 2012. ...

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Tata Steel UK prosecuted and fined over workers’ burns in molten metal fire 23 February 2015

Tata Steel UK Ltd has been prosecuted after three employees suffered serious burns when tonnes of molten metal spilled onto the factory floor and ignited. Swansea Crown Court heard on February 16 that a trainee crane driver and two colleagues escaped from the top of a crane and over the boom when a huge ladle dislodged spilling the molten metal, which then caught fire, at Tata Strip Products in Port Talbot on 2 April 2013. ...