Energy tubular market stable in August
Aug 27, 2013 | 04:34 PM
| Thorsten Schier
NEW YORK The energy tubular market was largely stable in August, with steady demand and some limited upside seen on pricing. However, sources were split on the markets near-term direction amid fluctuating raw material prices.
A majority of sources reported some upside from strengthening coil prices and a recently filed trade case, with imported J55 casing prices rising to $860 per ton from $850 and domestic X42 line pipe increasing to $1,050 per ton from $1,020 per ton.....
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