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U.S. panel OKs final duties on China drill pipe

A U.S. trade panel Monday approved combined final duties ranging up to nearly 450 percent on steel drill pipe from China used in oil production.

The U.S. International Trade Commission said there was sufficient evidence U.S. companies are threatened with harm by unfairly low priced competition from China. Get the full story »

Steelmaker moving headquarters to Aon Center

A Portland, Ore.-based steelmaker seeking quicker access to its far-flung customers announced this afternoon that it will move its headquarters to the Aon Center in late June.

Evraz Inc. NA, the North American subsidiary of Russian steel behemoth Evraz Group, expects to employ more than 70 workers on the 78th floor, including an as-yet-undetermined number of Portland transplants. Get the full story »

Construction to start on 2 U.S. Steel plants in Gary

U.S. Steel’s Gary Works is set to begin construction on the first two of four plants to produce a coke substitute.

The Indiana Department of Environmental Management issued a source modification permit to the mill onĀ  Lake Michigan last week. U.S. Steel spokeswoman Courtney Boone says the $220 million project is moving into the construction phase. Get the full story »

3 workers injured at ArcelorMittal Indiana Harbor

From the Times of Northwest Indiana | Rain water dripping on a ladle of molten steel caused a steam explosion that injured three workers at the ArcelorMital Indiana Harbor steel mill Thursday.

Indiana OKs landfill permit for ArcelorMittal plant

Indiana regulators have given ArcelorMittal permission to dispose of more than 2 million tons of steel-making waste in a landfill at the company’s sprawling complex along Lake Michigan. The decision comes more than two years after ArcelorMittal requested a permit for the restricted waste landfill.