Green Steel Flagged as End to Climate Wars
Australia could solve its climate wars by using hydrogen to create steel, the Grattan Institute believes.
BlueScope warns of Coronavirus Hit
BlueScope Steel has reported a 70 per cent plunge in first-half net profit after falls in steel prices and warns the coronavirus outbreak will "heavily impact"...
Criminal charges for ex-BlueScope manager
BlueScope Steel's former sales and marketing manager has been charged over allegations he tried to obstruct the competition watchdog's investigation into the steelmaker's alleged cartel conduct.
BlueScope engaged in cartel conduct: ACCC
The competition watchdog has started civil proceedings against BlueScope Steel for alleged cartel conduct to manipulate the price of flat steel products.
BlueScope confirms $1b US mill expansion
BlueScope Steel is pressing ahead with the $1 billion expansion of its North Star steel mill in the US, a move that would increase capacity by...
Structural Engineers are Critical for Green Building Success
When you expect fifty people at a ‘lunch and learn’, you naturally order around 25 pizzas.
Steel & Tube Pleads Guilty over Product Misrepresentation
Steel & Tube Holdings has pleaded guilty to 24 charges of making false and misleading representations about its steel mesh products and will be sentenced...
Australia Must Improve Waterproofing Standards and Practices
For five Irish students and one Irish American, the date of June 16, 2015, should have been one in which they celebrated a 21st birthday party...
Gupta Plans Huge Steel Expansion
The "sky is the limit" for Arrium's Whyalla Steelworks with the plant having the long-term potential to expand its capacity 10-fold, British industrialist Sanjeev Gupta says.
Trump Refuses to Back Down on Tariffs
President Donald Trump is facing growing pressure from political and diplomatic allies as well as US companies to pull back from proposed steel and aluminium tariffs,...