Saturday 25 February 2017

Bahrain urged to replace corrosive steel pipes

Bahrain should be replacing its pipelines with alternatives made from non-metallic materials, according to an expert. Chairman of the 16th Middle East Corrosion Conference and Exhibition (MECC), Abdullah Al Ghamdi, said carbon steel pipes domi


LNG market to remain tight in 2014 and beyond

The global market for shipped natural gas is entering key years of change in 2014 with several new buyers emerging while big new supplies will only slowly become available from 2015, resulting in a tight market for years to come.


Welding expo wins backing for new society

Arabia Essen Welding & Cutting, Tekno Arabia and Tube Arabia, the 3-in-1 show, which concluded in Dubai yesterday, has won strong industry support for forming an Arab Tubes and Pipes Association. Organisers of the show said th


Kuwait awards $1.8bn pipeline contracts

Kuwait Oil Company said on Thursday it has awarded Hyundai Engineering and Construction Company and Petrofac contracts worth KD520 million ($1.81 billion) to design and build pipelines. The state-owned firm said Hyundai will build low sulp

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