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The OCTG ‘Space’ 1Q19: The Current Frontier

While visual evidence of a massive Black Hole made headlines recently, we’re happy to report you won’t find any black holes in OCTG inventory metrics due to our exclusive quarterly Inventory Yard Surveys. This breakthrough is credited to our publication’s … 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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