Russian steel maker Severstal is working to systematically reduce greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere. Since 2017, Severstal has reduced its specific greenhouse gas emissions from 2.09 to 2.06 tonnes of CO2 / tonne of steel, with a global average of 2.30. Company's goal is to reduce the intensity of greenhouse gas emissions by 3% by 2023 compared to 2020. This will reduce the intensity of CO2 emissions per tonne of steel from 2.063 tonnes / tonne of steel to 2.001 tonnes / tonne of steel. The use of secondary resources - coke oven and blast-furnace gases, which are formed during the production process, allows the Cherepovets Metallurgical Plant, the company's largest asset, to reduce the consumption of natural gas for technology for production sites and for generating its own electricity, thereby ensuring a reduction in greenhouse gas emissionsAt the end of 2020, the share of its own generation at CherMK amounted to 81%, while the share of blast furnace and coke oven gases in the fuel structure of stations in 2020 was 77.5%. At the Cherepovets site, the company does not use coal as a fuel to generate electricity. Part of CherMK's own generation belongs to "green" energy - these are gas utilization compressorless turbines, where fuel is not burned at the GUBT to generate electricity, but the excess pressure of a secondary energy resource - blast furnace gas - is used. The energy goal of CherMK is to ensure 95% of its own electricity generation of the total demand by 2023.The total consumption of blast furnace and coke oven gas at CherMK is about 15 billion cubic meters per year, and given that the energy value of these gases, in particular, is due to the presence of pure hydrogen in them up to 13% in blast furnace gas and up to 60% in coke oven gas, its use allows us to save fossil carbonaceous fuels, significantly bringing Severstal closer to the goals of reducing the climate footprintReduction of greenhouse gas emissions will be achieved, among other things, through the technical re-equipment of production facilities and the introduction of the best available technologies at all the company's assets. As for the energy sector of CherMK, this is the construction of a boiler house with a boiler unit No. 11, which will allow the company to increase its own generation of electricity and contribute to environmental protection.