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To Cut Its Debt, TMK Considers Selling Foreign Assets

19 Aug 2016 - Tubemaker TMK might sell some of its assets as it looks to pare US$2.5 billion in net debt, reports the Reuters news service.

EVRAZ Sees North American Sales for Rail, Tube Decline

19 Aug 2016 - Russia’s EVRAZ saw its sales fall nearly 28 percent in the first half of 2016, primarily on lower prices and weaker demand. But the second quarter brought about improving conditions, and the company is therefore “cautiously optimistic” about the second half, it said on Thursday.

Skyline Steel Adding Straight-Seam Welding to Mississippi Plant

18 Aug 2016 - Pilings maker Skyline Steel is investing US$15 million in its Iuka, Miss., plant to add additional pipe-making capabilities.

U.S. Trade Commission Affirms Duties on Certain Pipe and Tube Imports

17 Aug 2016 - The U.S. International Trade Commission has signed off on anti-dumping duties against imported heavy-walled, welded carbon pipe and tube from three countries.

U. S. Steel Records Another Loss, But Sees Better Results Ahead

27 Jul 2016 - United States Steel Corp. lost US$46 million in the second quarter due in part to losses in its tubular division, but the steelmaker said it expects conditions to continue to improve for its other businesses during the second half of the year.

U.S. Commerce Department Affirms Structural Tubing Duties

19 Jul 2016 - The U.S. Commerce Department has signed off on anti-dumping duties on carbon structural tubing from three countries.

Tenaris to Open Canadian Service Center By Year's End

18 Jul 2016 - Oil country tubular goods manufacturer Tenaris plans to open a service center in Alberta, Canada, late this year in support of oil and gas drillers operating in the Duvernay and Montney shales, the company has announced.

Bull Moose Invests in Additional Sprinkler Pipe Capacity

13 Jul 2016 - Bull Moose Tube Co. is expanding its sprinkler pipe manufacturing capabilities, announcing that it will be adding assets from two newly acquired mills to its facilities in Georgia and Arizona.

Tenaris Cuts the Ribbon on New Service Center

12 Jul 2016 - Tenaris ceremonially opened its first service center in Thailand on Tuesday, marking the start of operations at a facility meant to support Chevron’s offshore production.

Tenaris Announces Job Cuts at Arkansas Mill

11 Jul 2016 - Oil country tubular goods maker Tenaris is laying off approximately 100 people at its welded pipe mill in Arkansas, the company has announced.

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