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Praxair and Midrex Sign DRI Technology Agreement

8:06 AM MDT | June 19, 2012 | Lindsay Frost

Praxair and Midrex Technologies have signed an agreement to develop, market, and process a new technology for the production of direct reduced iron (DRI) with a variety of fuels. The process uses partial oxidation to convert a variety of hydrocarbon fuels such as coke oven gas into high-quality synthesis gas (syngas) used for DRI production. "With the help of Praxair's unique technology we can open up new markets and offer more attractive choices for the production of DRI, especially in regions where traditional DRI fuels such as natural gas are not...

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