America’s largest gathering for the steel, tube and pipe industry welcomed 303 delegates from 167 companies back to Houston in March, 2017.
Consistency and reliability; these are the two words our conference embodies. Though conditions have been tough for companies with exposure to the recent downtrend in oil prices, opportunities for growth never disappear.
Who will you meet?
There will be ample networking opportunities with hundreds of delegates in what has become the premier conference for the steel, tube and pipe industry. Attending companies include both steel tube and pipe producers as well as end users.
End user? Claim your free pass
End users can claim a FREE PASS into the event PLUS any additional pass for only $500
• Energy Infrastructure Companies
• E&P Companies
• Oilfield Services Company
For more information and to register as an end user email email@example.com
“The venue created a chance to share and discuss market dynamics with customers and industry peers. The line-up of speakers provided unique and interesting perspectives upon the challenges and opportunities the industry faces”
Nicolas de Coignac, President, Vallourec North America
“I really enjoyed being a part of the panel. All of the speakers during the two days were well prepared, articulate and gave very informative talks. I look forward to next year's conference”
Mark Frick, Strategic Account Manager, ConocoPhillips
“AMM’s Steel Tube and Pipe conference is the industry’s leading event for all aspects of the pipe sector, from overviews to technology, from trade issues to the outlook for hydrocarbons. TMK IPSCO are pleased to be associated with this event and remain ready to invest time and effort into this valuable initiative.”
Piotr Galitzine, CEO & Chairmain, TMK IPSCO
1. Q&A article by one of our speakers - Mark Frick from ConocoPhillips from Jan 2016. We sat down with Mark and discussed the current and future state of drilling activity in the industry.
View the article here
2. Report by our colleagues at Metal Bulletin Reserch from Sep 2015. First published in September last year, it looks at the future for oil country tubular goods (OCTG) in the USA and the consequences for related sectors.
View the report here