Sluice gates brave the shifting tides

Oman’s largest duplex pipeline: best practices & fabrication experience

Global molybdenum usage rises, production falls in 2022

IMOA shows that the global production of molybdenum was at 577.8 million pounds in 2022, a fall of 1% from 581.4 million pounds in...

Printing a stainless steel dragon

As technology advances, 3D-printed metal structures have found their way into the industry. Not only do they have their use in highly technical applications;...

Global production of molybdenum falls, usage is static

International Molybdenum Association (IMOA) shows that global production of molybdenum fell by 1% to 142.4million pounds (mlbs) in Q3 2022, whereas global usage of...

IMOA’s market development work deliver positive results

IMOA’s market development work is delivering positive results. For example, IMOA played an integral role in type 316 stainless steel being designated as the material of choice for secondary water conveying systems in Shenzhen.

Shenzhen’s secondary water supply systems

One in three people worldwide live without access to clean drinking water. Even major cities with established utilities are projected to fall short of demand for potablewater.

TDi Sustainability published a paper with IMOA

‘Molybdenum profile for supply chain due diligence and responsible sourcing’, is the title of a paper from TDi Sustainability, produced in collaboration with the...

Global molybdenum production fell, usage rise: IMOA

Figures released by the International Molybdenum Association (IMOA) show that the global production of molybdenum fell by 3% to 142.8 mlbs in Q2 2021

Hudson Yards: from railyard to riches

The largest private development in US history, Hudson Yards boasts a modern, sustainable design. Its prime location near the Hudson River in New York City comes at the price of exposure to both marine and de-icing salts. With corrosion resistance in mind, stainless steel emerges as an integral part of the mini-city, most notably in an interactive centerpiece called the “Vessel.”

Featured Story – Robots, pigs and pipes

Groundbreaking robots in the UK eliminate the logistical and environmental impacts of gas line excavation by taking measurements from inside the pipe. To withstand the extreme conditions there, 2507 super-duplex stainless steel was chosen for the robots’ chassis.