January 2015, Vol. 242, No. 1

In The News

Pipe Coaters Meeting Examines Mixed Messages

Although the total tonnage of transport pipe needed in North America was down as of late summer, that has not been due to decreased construction activity ahead. Rather, it reflects NGL and oil pipes crowding out demand for large-diameter gas transmission pipe, and the prevalence of reversals and conversions of existing pipe, according to a report by Amanda Eglinton, senior research analyst for IHS Global Insight. In addition to significant construction in Canada, over 2,000 miles of large-diameter pipes are planned in Mexico. Latin American demand growth also appears promising. The pipe slated for these projects will be manufactured in a wide array of countries. Sufficient pip

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