32 inch astm a53 seamless steel pipe

  • U.S. Steel may cut nearly 700 Texas jobs

    U.S. Steel is considering temporarily mothballing the pipe-making plant during the ongoing oil and gas slump. The facility is located in northeastern Texas in Morris County, which has a population of less than 13,000 people.

  • Nemo found! Disney fish found down sewage pipe in Somerset

    Nemo found! Famous Disney clown fish found down sewage pipe in Frome, Somerset after a Nemo toy was found to be blocking the four inch wide pipe.

  • 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

  • Government accused of ‘little action’ over safeguarding steel industry

    The Government has been accused of failing to be alert to alarms raised by the steel industry before firms starting cutting thousands of jobs. A committee of MPs said other European countries took action to safeguard their steel industries, but

  • Module by module, Sturgeon Refinery rising from ground

    Unless you’re working on it or happen to drive by the remote site, you probably haven’t seen the Sturgeon Refinery.The $8.5 billion project in Sturgeon County, 45 kilometres northeast of Edmonton, is Alberta’s first new oil refinery in 30

  • Canada slaps duties on steel line pipe imported from China

    Trade authorities are trying to stem the flood of foreign-produced steel

  • Finding job will not be hard - Lambert

    Former Aston Villa, Norwich and Blackburn manager Paul Lambert says getting his next job will be a "seamless" process.

  • Construction worker crushed to death by pipe

    A construction worker was killed on the side of a highway in Unionville Monday after a massive piece of steel pipe rolled into a ditch, crushing him.

  • Snow closes A53 in Staffordshire

    The A53 is closed by snow in Staffordshire, with driving conditions difficult in parts of the moorlands.

  • Steel taskforce hopes to attract operators, Fergus Ewing says

    Government agencies will attempt to attract international steel operators to take on Scotland’s troubled steel mills with offers of tax breaks and publicly-funded contracts, business minister Fergus Ewing has said. Mr Ewing chaired the first

  • U.S. Steel may cut nearly 700 Texas jobs

    U.S. Steel is considering temporarily mothballing the pipe-making plant during the ongoing oil and gas slump. The facility is located in northeastern Texas in Morris County, which has a population of less than 13,000 people.

  • Nemo found! Disney fish found down sewage pipe in Somerset

    Nemo found! Famous Disney clown fish found down sewage pipe in Frome, Somerset after a Nemo toy was found to be blocking the four inch wide pipe.

  • 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

  • Government accused of ‘little action’ over safeguarding steel industry

    The Government has been accused of failing to be alert to alarms raised by the steel industry before firms starting cutting thousands of jobs. A committee of MPs said other European countries took action to safeguard their steel industries, but

  • Module by module, Sturgeon Refinery rising from ground

    Unless you’re working on it or happen to drive by the remote site, you probably haven’t seen the Sturgeon Refinery.The $8.5 billion project in Sturgeon County, 45 kilometres northeast of Edmonton, is Alberta’s first new oil refinery in 30

  • Canada slaps duties on steel line pipe imported from China

    Trade authorities are trying to stem the flood of foreign-produced steel

  • Finding job will not be hard - Lambert

    Former Aston Villa, Norwich and Blackburn manager Paul Lambert says getting his next job will be a "seamless" process.

  • Construction worker crushed to death by pipe

    A construction worker was killed on the side of a highway in Unionville Monday after a massive piece of steel pipe rolled into a ditch, crushing him.

  • Snow closes A53 in Staffordshire

    The A53 is closed by snow in Staffordshire, with driving conditions difficult in parts of the moorlands.

  • Steel taskforce hopes to attract operators, Fergus Ewing says

    Government agencies will attempt to attract international steel operators to take on Scotland’s troubled steel mills with offers of tax breaks and publicly-funded contracts, business minister Fergus Ewing has said. Mr Ewing chaired the first