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This section provides the latest news updates on a variety of world-wide tenders, projects, expansions contracts and acquisitions for stainless steel and related products. If you are interested in receiving regular updates with the latest tenders please check out ProjectsandTenders.com.

Stainless steel flanges in petrochemicals project

Many projects nowadays are capital intensive, highly complex, with many moving parts. This means there is significant potential for inherent risks that, if left unmonitored, can escalate into issues that will create major setbacks to a project’s progress, safety, and erode its budget.

Uranium Energy at Alto Parana titanium project

U.S.-based exploration firm Uranium Energy has completed their 49-hole drilling and sampling campaign at its Alto Parana titanium oxide project, located in eastern Paraguay.

ABB to deliver solution for tandem cold rolling mill

ABB, a digital technology leader with worldwide locations including North America, has been chosen to complete an automation and electrical package for the tandem cold rolling mill of one of Europe’s top steel producers.The delivery will provide an integrated, turnkey solution for the site that will be easier to operate and manage from initial installation, and over the lifetime of the mill.

B.C. LNG project receives approval

The British Columbia (B.C.) Oil and Gas Commission has approved a liquefied natural gas (LNG) project located just outside of Squamish, B.C.

ExxonMobil and partners receive LNG project approval

The government of Mozambique has granted ExxonMobil Corp., and its Mozambique Rovuma Venture SPA (MRV) partners, approval for the joint venture’s development plan for Rovuma LNG.

ExxonMobil begins the Beaumont project

KBR, Inc. has been contracted to provide detailed engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services to ExxonMobil Corp.

Cost aspects for offshore piping systems (Part one)

In his article, ‘Material selection for offshore piping systems: cost aspects (Part one of two)’, John Ole Gjerp, senior principal engineer of Materials Technology at Aker Solutions, talks about how the selection of materials for piping systems is performed in the early stages of a project, even before details about process parameters, dimensions, and layout, are known.

Chet Morrison Contractors completes EPCIC project

U.S.-based company, Chet Morrison Contractors, was awarded the engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning (EPCIC) contract from Trinidad and Tobago’s newest upstream operator, DeNovo Energy Limited (DeNovo).

Mexico approves five offshore projects

Mexico’s oil regulator National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH) has approved the drilling plans for five offshore projects, for a total investment commitment of $380 million.

Forging the future

Weber Metals Inc., a division of Germany-based Otto Fuch KG, has unveiled a new, $180 million, 60,000-ton press at its facility in Paramount, California.