The largest steel company in western Canada, EVRAZ Regina (formerly a part of IPSCO Tubular) is a mini-mill recycling steel scrap and producing carbon steel slabs, flat rolled discrete plate and coil. The energy tubular product line has three major components — oil and gas well casing and tubing, small-diameter line pipe and large-diameter line pipe.
EVRAZ North America
EVRAZ North America is a leading steel manufacturer built on the pedigree of successful steel companies, formerly known as Oregon Steel, Rocky Mountain Steel and IPSCO. In 2018, EVRAZ North America produced more than 2.1 million tonnes of flat, long and tubular steel products for major markets, including infrastructure, defence, energy and rail.
The company is headquartered in Chicago, Ill., and its six manufacturing facilities are located in Portland, Ore.; Regina, Saskatchewan; Pueblo, Colo.; and Calgary, Camrose and Red Deer, Alberta. EVRAZ North America also has 18 fully-owned scrap operations throughout Canada and the United States.
In North America, EVRAZ is the No. 1 producer of rail, the largest producer of large-diameter (LD) pipe and a leading producer of steel plate. EVRAZ is the No. 1 producer of LD and small-diameter (SD) pipe in Canada.
EVRAZ North America also includes: