WTC drills deeper into energy patch

Dec 27, 2008 | 07:00 PM |

Welded Tube of Canada (WTC) is moving ahead with a plan kicked off in 2005 to expand into the energy sector, according to a recent announcement.

Concord, Ontario-based WTC says the initial phase of the project will be completed in the first half of 2009 and will expand internal finishing capacity to 125,000 tons per year. Phase I will also see WTC add a high-speed hyrdo testing machine, new beveling and ultrasonic testing equipment and consolidate its OCTG threading operations. WTC says the moves will allow it to provide additional line pipe as long as....

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