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Bidders for Ilva Haven’t Confirmed Interest
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Production and Eagle Ford Shale Still Booming
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North Dakota and Colorado Join Wyoming to Challenge Federal Hydraulic Fracturing
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Drilling for Gas and Oil in Wyoming Moving Slow
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Marcellus Shales Responsible for Most Natural Gas in U.S. in 2013
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Argentina Sues Companies for Oil-Drilling Off Falkland Islands
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Link Found Between 2013/2014 Texas Earthquakes and Gas Production Process
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Houston Service Centers Scrambled to Unload Extra 2014 Inventory
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U.S. Pipeline Operators Concerned About Sourcing Enough Line Pipe
From 2013 up until this recent increase, activity in the market had been continuing at a slow rate – marking one of the slowest years steel mills have seen. However in 2015 those who utilize large-diameter line pipe are worrying about where the next steel products for their projects will be coming from.
Several U.S. Steel Mills Petitioned for Line Pipe Duties Against Korea, Turkey
A total of eight U.S. steel mills have petitioned the United States Department of Commerce (U.S. DOC) and the United States International Trade Commission (U.S. ITC) in regards to antidumping (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) investigations surrounding Korea and Turkey.
Maruichi Plans Washington Mill
Maruichi American Corporation, a subsidiary of Maruichi Steel Tube Ltd., based in Japan, is looking into constructing a structural steel tubing mill in Washington. The mill, which would be built at the Port of Vancouver and would be the third United States location for Maruichi Steel Tube Ltd.
U.S. Operations of Boursan Mannesman Names New CCO
The United States division of Borusan Mannesman – a leading pipe manufacturer in Turkey – has filled the position as chief commercial officer with a seasoned veteran with more than 36 years of experience in the oil and gas industries.
American Division of TMK Receiving Boost From August AD & CD Rulings
The American division of TMK – the largest manufacture and exporter of steel pipe in Russia – is expected to benefit from the United States International Trade Commission’s ruling declared in August to implement anti-dumping and countervailing duties on nine countries that import pipe products.
Deal’s End May Boost U.S. Steel Industry
The recent termination of a suspension agreement that shelters Russian hot rolled coil from high import duties could have some positive effects for steelmakers in the United States. The termination of the 15-year-old agreement, as well as the implementation of anti-dumping duties, was finalized in December.