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ChelPipe Group is a major player in the Russian metallurgical market and a leading domestic producer of steel pipes.
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The products of the enterprises of the METAllurgy meet the most stringent modern standards, and often are ahead of the market requirements for several years ahead.
ChelPipe Group is a leading supplier of oil pipes. The company produces a wide range of tubing, casing and oil and gas pipes and couplings. A special place in the production and supply of these products is occupied by pipes with ChelPipe Prime premium threaded connections.
ChelPipe Group is proud to offer “White well”, a unique fully-integrated product for the selection, production and supply of submersible equipment, taking into account the specific conditions and design features of wells.
ChelPipe Group is a vertically integrated universal company operating in all segments of the pipe market
The plants produce pipes from capillary tube size (0.6 mm in diameter) to large-diameter pipes (1,420 mm in diameter)
is among the top producers of tubular products worldwide
On 30 March 2020, ChelPipe Group’s Board of Directors (including its three independent directors) held an ad hoc meeting chaired by Andrey Komarov, at which it reviewed and approved the Company’s Risk Management Concept, which is designed to further improve the risk management framework in line with best international practices.
Segment: LDP and other welded pipes. TAPI is a gas trunkline to be built from the east of Turkmenistan. Its purpose is to supply natural gas from Turkmenistan to Afghanistan, Pakistan and India.
Segment: Oil and gas pipes. Surgutneftegaz is a Russian oil major with upstream and downstream operations in oil and gas.
Segment: LDP and other welded pipes. The Saryarka trunkline will supply natural gas to Kazakhstan’s Nur-Sultan and also to central and northern parts of the country.
Segment: Seamless industrial pipes. The Rostov Arena Stadium was built in 2018 specifically to host the FIFA World Cup matches. Its design closely resembles that of a vast wave wrapping three-tier spectator stands.