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  • Failed steel pipe caused massive Prud'homme natural gas fire: SaskEnergy

    The failure of a steel casing pipe buried two metres below ground caused an explosion and spectacular fire at SaskEnergy subsidiary TransGas Ltd.’s Prud’homme natural gas storage facility two years ago. An investigation determined?that the?fire,

  • Shell weighs options of two kilometres of dropped pipe near abandoned wellhead

    HALIFAX - Shell Canada may have abandoned the first of its deepwater wells off Nova Scotia, but questions remain on what to do about an undersea coil of steel pipes — each weighing at least 20 tonnes — left on the seabed of the Scotian

  • Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band reclaim world title

    Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band from Northern Ireland have been crowned world pipe band champions.

  • Steam pipe explodes in Midtown Manhattan

    Steam pipe explodes in Midtown Manhattan.

  • Federal government agencies investigate Alberta firm's pipe pricing complaint

    Federal government agencies investigate Alberta firm's pipe pricing complaint

  • Business rates cut at Tata Steel sites in bid to find new operator

    The Scottish Government is to cut business rates at Tata Steel’s two mothballed Scottish plants in a bid to attract a new operator. Ministers announced they would legislate for one year of relief on business rates, starting from April, for the

  • Pipe band at war as head drummer is booted out after two decades at helm

    ERIC Ward was booted out of the Greater Glasgow Police Scotland Pipe Band last week by managers Niall West and Pipe Major Iain McPherson.

  • Stuart Broad inspires England to series-clinching victory over South Africa

    Stuart Broad turned in another symphony of seam bowling to inspire England’s series-clinching seven-wicket victory in the third Test against South Africa. Broad, whose magic spells are fast becoming one of the grandest sights in British sport,

  • A Scottish pipe band has been named best in the world for the first time in 10 years

    SHOTTS and Dykehead Caledonia were named the World Pipe Band Champions for 2015 at the World Pipe Band Championships in Glasgow today.

  • Nicola Sturgeon vows to ‘fight for a future’ for steel industry after Tata cuts

    First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to “fight for a future” for Scottish steel after Tata confirmed 270 jobs will go at its Lanarkshire plants. The steel firm has announced its sites at Dalzell in Motherwell and Clydebridge in Cambuslang

  • Failed steel pipe caused massive Prud'homme natural gas fire: SaskEnergy

    The failure of a steel casing pipe buried two metres below ground caused an explosion and spectacular fire at SaskEnergy subsidiary TransGas Ltd.’s Prud’homme natural gas storage facility two years ago. An investigation determined?that the?fire,

  • Shell weighs options of two kilometres of dropped pipe near abandoned wellhead

    HALIFAX - Shell Canada may have abandoned the first of its deepwater wells off Nova Scotia, but questions remain on what to do about an undersea coil of steel pipes — each weighing at least 20 tonnes — left on the seabed of the Scotian

  • Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band reclaim world title

    Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band from Northern Ireland have been crowned world pipe band champions.

  • Steam pipe explodes in Midtown Manhattan

    Steam pipe explodes in Midtown Manhattan.

  • Federal government agencies investigate Alberta firm's pipe pricing complaint

    Federal government agencies investigate Alberta firm's pipe pricing complaint

  • Business rates cut at Tata Steel sites in bid to find new operator

    The Scottish Government is to cut business rates at Tata Steel’s two mothballed Scottish plants in a bid to attract a new operator. Ministers announced they would legislate for one year of relief on business rates, starting from April, for the

  • Pipe band at war as head drummer is booted out after two decades at helm

    ERIC Ward was booted out of the Greater Glasgow Police Scotland Pipe Band last week by managers Niall West and Pipe Major Iain McPherson.

  • Stuart Broad inspires England to series-clinching victory over South Africa

    Stuart Broad turned in another symphony of seam bowling to inspire England’s series-clinching seven-wicket victory in the third Test against South Africa. Broad, whose magic spells are fast becoming one of the grandest sights in British sport,

  • A Scottish pipe band has been named best in the world for the first time in 10 years

    SHOTTS and Dykehead Caledonia were named the World Pipe Band Champions for 2015 at the World Pipe Band Championships in Glasgow today.

  • Nicola Sturgeon vows to ‘fight for a future’ for steel industry after Tata cuts

    First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to “fight for a future” for Scottish steel after Tata confirmed 270 jobs will go at its Lanarkshire plants. The steel firm has announced its sites at Dalzell in Motherwell and Clydebridge in Cambuslang