AMM Events’ Steel Tube & Pipe 2011 will feature speakers from the top oil country tubular goods (OCTG) and line pipe producers in North America and abroad. We’ll also bring you the views of executives at flat-rolled mills who are among the biggest providers of substrate to pipe and tube facilities.
The conference will get you up to speed on trends in current energy and steel markets with insight from analysts, distributors, and end users such as oil and gas drillers and energy transmission firms. That means you’ll be have the inside scoop on the state of the steel pipe and tube markets all along the supply chain—from coil to the wellbore.
In addition, we’ll address current import trends, potential trade cases as well as important developments in overseas markets and facilities. The conference will touch on market moves in OCTG, line pipe and structural tubing not just in North America but in India, Asia, the Middle East and Europe as well.
Gregg Eisenberg, CEO, Boomerang Tube
David Delie, President, Welspun Tubular LLC
Ron Bedard, President & CEO, Lakeside Steel
Robert Gilmer, Vice President In Charge, El Paso Branch, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
James Ley, Senior Consultant, Hatch
Bob Mahoney, President-Tubular Products, Northwest Pipe Co.
Larry Arnold, Procurement Director, Chesapeake Midstream
Dilip Bhargava, Founder, Chairman and CEO, SDB Trade International, LP
Terry Boss, Senior Vice President of Environment, Safety and Operations, Interstate Natural Gas Association of America
Bill Buckland, President, Mandal Pipe
Dolty Cheramie, President, Pipe Exchange
Mike Evans, Vice President of Steel Sales, Maurice Pincoffs Co.
Dr. Malcolm Gray, President, ITI International
Jim Hrusovsky, CEO, Severstal Columbus
Michael Jellison, Sr. Vice President Engineering, NOV Grant Prideco
Ed Kallio, Director Gas Consulting, Ziff Energy
Douglas Kayem, President, Kayem Pipe & Steel Inc.
Lewis E. Leibowitz, Partner, Hogan Lovells US LLP
Kimberly Leppold, Senior Metals Analyst, Metal Bulletin Research
Dan Meinzen, Vice President – Technical, JSW Steel USA
Steve Nanney, Project Manager, Engineering and Emergency Response, PHMSA
Roy Platz, Director of Marketing, ArcelorMittal USA
Jim Ruiz, Senior Vice President, PLS Logistics Services
Roger Schagrin, Trade Attorney, Schagrin Associates
Daniel Valk, President, Interpipe
JOIN THE BONUS WORKSHOP: Steel on the Shale--Opportunities and Challenges
No steel tubulars conference would be complete today without an in-depth look at the shales that are transforming both the energy and metals industries. That’s why we’re hosting a bonus workshop on March 21: Steel on the Shale--Opportunities and Challenges. You won’t want to miss it if you’re already operating on the shales or looking to take advantage of what may be a modern day gold rush.
This workshop won’t rehash the same old talking points about energy independence, jobs and safety. (All good things, we know!) Instead, it will delve into policy on a state-by-state basis and discuss drilling techniques most appropriate for specific shale plays.
Afterward, you’ll have a good sense not just of the geology of specific shale plays but also of the political issues that could impact your business.
ADDITIONAL BENEFITS AT STEEL TUBE & PIPE 2011
JSW Sponsored Golf Tournament at Black Horse Golf Club
Taking place on March 21, prior to the start of the Steel Tube and Pipe Conference, JSW will host a golf tournament at the Black Horse Golf Club. Participants will be transported to the golf club, and returned in time for the pre-event workshop.
Tour of JSW Steel’s Texas Works
Upon the conclusion of AMM's event, attendees will be able to take a shuttle to JSW's Texas Works. Guests will be shuttled to the plant after the conclusion of the conference, and will be able to take a guided tour of one of the widest mills in North America.
Upon registering for the event, simply contact Aaron Pollock on (412) 880-4969 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of the events you would like to participate in. Space is limited, and restrictions apply.