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Our dedicated news department gathers news and press releases from around the world to bring our community the latest developments in the stainless steel industry. Here you can find news involving the people and companies involved in the manufacturer, supply and use of corrosion resistant alloys (CRAs).
Topics such as tubes & pipes, cladding, offshore, chemical process industry, welding & fabrication, 13Cr stainless steels, titanium, nickel alloys, pulp & paper and duplex stainless steels are covered as well as interviews with materials specialists, manufacturer and end users alike.
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Architect uses stainless steel

Wolf D Prix, the architect of a new high school for the arts being built in downtown Los Angeles, USA, will be using stainless steel in his design.

DuPont opens new facility

DuPont has announced that a new USD 30 million titanium tetrachloride purification unit has begun operations at the New Johnsonville, Tennessee, US titanium dioxide site.

Oil sands project nearly complete

Canadian Natural Resources Ltd has announced that the company is still targeting first synthetic crude oil production from its Horizon Oil Sands Project by the end of the year.

Chevron begins production

Chevron Corp. has started oil production at its Blind Faith field in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico.

Canada initiates probe

On 12 November 2008, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal initiated a probe on stainless steel wire imports.

Mine placed on maintenance

Canadian-based Liberty mines has announced that its mines must be placed on care-and-maintenance.

ATW builds titanium mini-mill

American Titanium Works (ATW) has announced that they will build a titanium mini-mill facility in Laurens County, South Carolina, USA.

Suncor Energy helps United Way

Suncor Energy and its employees, contractors, and retirees in both Canada and the USA gave back to their local communities through financial and personal support to United Way organizations.

Tiomin frustrated by delays

Canadian-based Tiomin Resources is blaming Kenyan bureaucracy for the latest delays in the implementation of the Kwale ilmenite/rutile/zircon mineral sands project.

Constellation Energy appoints Hyle

US-based Constellation Energy has announced that Kathleen W Hyle, currently senior vice president, Constellation Energy, will assume the role of chief operating officer of the company's overall commercial business and lead its new management team.
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