Tag: Butting

BUTTING delivers ring burner for Topsøe

At the beginning of June, BUTTING successfully delivered a ring burner for its longstanding customer Topsøe.

BUTTING deliver duplex pipes to Middle East on time

BUTTING impressed its customer in the oil and gas industry in the Middle East with its optimal time management. The family business produced a...

Loading of Antonov to South Africa – BUTTING

True to the motto "More than pipes", BUTTING in Knesebeck also offers individually prefabricated pipelines and welded constructions.

Subsea 7 successfully laid GluBi® project for Hod field

At the end of March, Subsea 7 announced the successful reel-laying of the GluBi® project for the Hod oil field in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea.

BUTTING to supply metallurgically clad pipes for Qatar

BUTTING has been a full-service provider of clad project packages for renowned customers worldwide. Currently, the main plant in Knesebeck has been awarded another...

BUTTING: from function to process-oriented organization

In recent years, BUTTING in Knesebeck has carried out internal restructuring to move from a function-oriented to a process-oriented organization.

Simon Howell to head BUTTING sales office in UAE

The United Arab Emirates has served BUTTING as the main hub for its business activities in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region....

BUTTING supplies piping components for chemical plants

A large number of projects involving chemical facilities and equipment construction have relied on the tried and tested BUTTING quality. Recently, BUTTING was once...

Revised edition of DIN EN 10217-7 standard published

Standards regulate the requirements for products and processes; they take into account the state of the art and ensure everyone's safety. Standards are regularly reviewed in technical committees and updated according to current findings.

Polished pipes for largest solar park

In 2020, renewable generating capacity grew by 261-gigawatt hours, up 10.3 %, according to a new study by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), Solar energy continues to lead this expansion with a growth of 127 GW