August 2012

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: The modern world of steel

The World Steel Association recently published the 2012 edition of “World Steel in Figures.” This study provides essential facts and statistics about the global steel industry, including inf..

Thinnes, Billy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The World Steel Association recently published the 2012 edition of “World Steel in Figures.” This study provides essential facts and statistics about the global steel industry, including information on crude steel production, apparent steel use, pig iron production, the steel trade, iron ore production and trade, and scrap trade. Steel plays an important role at an oil refinery. Within a hydrocarbon processing facility, important trays, piping, tubing, boilers, exchangers and the like are all reliant on steel. The refinery of today is especially interested in high-alloy, corrosion-resistant steels, especially stainless steels, to process crudes all across the corrosive spectrum.

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