Midrex Process for Direct Reduction of Iron Ore. Midrex is an ironmaking process, developed for the production of direct reduced iron (DRI). It is a gas-based shaft furnace process is a solid state reduction process which reduces iron ore pellets or lump ore into DRI without their melting using reducing gas generally formed from natural gas.
There are several methods by which a limited supply of hot metal could be stretched by increasing scrap utilization. Process optimization of current oxygen steelmaking technologies will result in small improvements in yield by reducing both the iron content and total volume of slag produced.
Overview Oceanic is focused on the development of the Ungava Bay iron properties. These properties comprise 3,703 claims over three project areas, namely Hopes Advance, Morgan Lake and Roberts Lake, which are located over 1,568 km 2 along the northern extension of the Labrador Trough in the Nunavik Region of northern Quebec.