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TMK IPSCO Facilities Withstand the Impacts of Hurricane Harvey


The Houston area experienced severe flooding in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, which landed near Corpus Christi, Texas on Friday, August 25. Our Baytown heat treatment and threading facility safely shut down on Saturday, August 26 due to impassable roads and after only five days, will reopen today, Thursday, August 31 with no apparent damage to the facility. No other sites of TMK IPSCO’s 11 facilities’ footprint in North America was impacted by the storm, and production and shipments are operating normally.

TMK (LSE: TMKS) is a leading global manufacturer and supplier of steel pipe for oil and gas industry, operating more than 30 production sites in the United States, Russia, Canada, Romania, Oman and Kazakhstan and two R&D centers in Russia and the USA. In 2015, TMK’s pipe shipments totaled 3.9 million metric tons. The largest share of TMK’s sales belongs to high margin oil country tubular goods (OCTG), shipped to customers in over 80 countries. TMK delivers its products along with an extensive package of services in heat treating, protective coating, premium connections threading, warehousing and pipe repairing. TMK’s securities are listed on the London Stock Exchange, the OTCQX International Premier trading platform in the U.S. and on the Moscow Exchange MICEX-RTS.

TMK IPSCO Facilities Withstand the Impacts of Hurricane Harvey


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