Energy

Evraz Regina to Manufacture Majority of Trans Mountain Pipes

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Sourced from pipelinesinternational.com.

The approximately CA$7.4 billion (US$5.7 billion) expansion will increase the capacity of the original 1,150 km Trans Mountain Pipeline – which runs between Strathona County, Alberta, and Burnaby, British Columbia – from 300,000 bbl/d to 890,000 bbl/d.

Trans Mountain recently interviewed Evraz North America Vice President of Investor Relations and Strategy Christian Messmacher about the Regina manufacturing facility which has been operating since 1956.

It employs more than 1,000 people in the city and produces steel plate and coil, small and large diameter pipe, and oil and gas well tubing for the energy sector.

It is currently the only vertically integrated producer of large diameter steel pipe in North America, predominantly using recycled material to produce its steel.

Read the full story at pipelinesinternational.com.

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