Category Archives: Pipe

OCTG Downturn Goes Into Overtime. Will 2H16 Be A Game Changer? 

If you’re reading this today — congratulations, you’re still in the game! You’ve made it to the halfway point of a grueling year. June is the month we confer with a number of OCTG players from all walks of the … Continue reading

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Q1 OCTG Inventories: The Best Or Worst Cas(ing) Scenario?  

Something about this current period in oil patch history feels like “deja vu all over again.” Others might call it “that sinking feeling,” harking back to 2009. Either way it certainly hasn’t put a spring in anyone’s step this April. … Continue reading

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2015 OCTG Forecast: After the ‘Drill’ Is Gone

It’s the beginning of a new year, the 29th for our Report, and this particular January feels like we’re starting from scratch; as in scratch our prior forecasts for 2015. Seems the new year started with a bang this past … Continue reading

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Spooky Oil Prices Fore-Cast A Spell On Year-end OCTG Results 

Bubble, bubble oil and trouble: it seems as though an attempt has been made to drown out the results of our Q3 U.S. OCTG Inventory Yard Survey and October Report by the dreaded sound of hydrocarbon prices dropping. We’ll address … Continue reading

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Q2 OCTG Inventory Survey: A Fine Balancing Act

This month Houston plays ringmaster to “The Greatest Show on Earth.” And in energy circles, the main attraction is this quarter’s exclusive OCTG Inventory Yard Survey. All things considered it was a banner Q2. Every three months The OCTG Situation … Continue reading

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‘Herd’ On The Street: Taking Stock Of OCTG Supply

“H-Town” plays host to a Texas-sized A-list in March during CERAWeek and the world’s largest Livestock Show and Rodeo. While RodeoHouston never fails to entertain, some found CERAWeek to be “all hat, and few cattle”: suggesting the splashy headlines and … Continue reading

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OCTG Forecast: A High Pressure Front Moves Into The Oil Patch

Come rain or shine you can always count on our OCTG “Annual Report” in February. This is the month when we pore over an avalanche of data to help formulate our forecast for 2014, which is included in this month’s … Continue reading

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