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TMK IPSCO: Leading Tubular Producer in the Marcellus


TMK IPSCO stresses two priorities: product integrity and accessibility. “We recognize that the integrity of our welded and seamless pipe, premium connec- tions and accessories has a direct impact on the safety of our communities and our environment,” commented Scott Barnes, Senior Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer for the Houston-based tubular producer.


“That’s why each of our tubu-


lar products is manufactured at an ISO 9001:2000 compliant facility and is personally inspected during every production step by a dedicated member of our quality-inspection team,” Barnes added. To ensure that the company’s tubular products reach the drill- ing field as quickly as possible, TMK IPSCO boasts four production facilities in the Marcellus Shale region including the premium connections threading facility in Brookfield, Ohio where proprietary products like TMK Ultra Premium DQX and TMK Ultra Premium FX are produced. “Our


strength–in product and


presence–gives customers in the Marcellus Shale region a competitive edge,” Barnes underscored. For more information, visit: www.tmk-ipsco.com.


www.tmk-ipsco.com Map of Marcellus shale and TMK IPSCO locations.


Comprehensive Solutions. Conscientious People.


At TMK IPSCO, we understand the importance of having a presence in the key energy-producing areas of the world—including the Marcellus Shale region, where we have four ISO 9001:2000 compliant production facilities. We offer the industry’s widest array of locally produced OCTG products—including world-class premium connections—all personally inspected during every production step by a member of our quality-inspection team.


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