Steag/Hawar

Fly ash for the Gulf region

The construction industry in the Gulf region is enjoying a tangible upswing. A market with good prospects for Steag Power Minerals GmbH, which is now also exporting to the Gulf region.

“Hawar Power Minerals” was founded on July 1 when the contracts were signed in Doha. The joint venture brings together Steag Power Minerals GmbH with the Hawar Group, a long-established and influential family business in Qatar and throughout the Gulf region. “The new company combines the know-how in the marketing of power plant by-products which we have acquired over decades and our technical expertise with the...

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