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News Article | April 25, 2017
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CHICAGO, April 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Hill-Rom Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: HRC), a leading global medical technology company, today announced the introduction of the Monarch™ Airway Clearance System. Building on decades of leadership with The Vest® Airway Clearance System, the Monarch system...


News Article | April 17, 2017
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Potomac, MD — On April 7 of this year, a new District of Columbia law officially took effect, ending a ban on surrogacy arrangements that had stood for 25 years. The new law paves the way for safe and legal surrogacy in the District of Columbia, and empowers DC citizens to utilize this collaborative reproduction process to build their families without having to travel to states in which surrogacy has long been permitted. Critically, the law provides for the establishment of legally protected families — including requirements for any surrogacy agreement, independent legal representation, appropriate mental health and medical counseling and evaluation, and the process to establish parenthood for the resulting child — while ensuring legal protections for all parties involved. The District of Columbia can now serve as a model for other states looking to enact clear legislation for those seeking to build families through Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) with the aid of a surrogate or a donor. (Surrogacy and related legal issues fall under state jurisdiction, and the legal permissibility of surrogacy vary widely from state to state.) Maryland surrogacy attorney and ARTParenting founder, Meryl B. Rosenberg, Esq., has advocated for new DC legislation on surrogacy for years. She recalls, “In 2013, a working group of attorneys began meeting together to change the DC law. As a starting point, I, along with a few other attorneys, drafted the bill based on best practices. We sent the draft as edited by the group to the Office of DC Councilman Tommy Wells, then chair of the Committee on the Judiciary and Public Safety, who had been working to change DC’s long-standing surrogacy ban since 2012.” Rosenberg explains that, in early 2013, DC Councilman David Catania formally proposed the surrogacy bill, beginning a several-years-long process of stakeholder review, a public hearing, discussions on what the legislation should ideally contain, modifications, re-drafting, markups, re-introductions of the evolving law, and ultimately at the end of 2016, unanimous Council approval of the newest Bill. “This process was crucial to crafting an effective law,” Rosenberg points out, noting that during the process the working group expanded to include not just surrogacy attorneys but the Family Equality Council, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM/SART), RESOLVE (The National Infertility Association), the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the National Center for Lesbian Rights, and others. Finally, on April 7, 2017, Law Number L21-0255 — the Collaborative Reproduction Amendment Act of 2016 — became DC law, bringing to a close 25 years of surrogacy being illegal in the District of Columbia. Rosenberg summarizes, “As someone committed for over two decades to innovation and leadership in the field of reproductive law, and to furthering the education, development, and regulation of assisted reproduction, I’m enormously gratified by passing of the new law — which provides not only for legal surrogacy, but also for the enforceability of surrogacy contracts and the establishment of vitally important guidelines for all parties involved. This is a great day for all families in the District.” __________ Since 1993, ARTparenting has been assisting couples and singles build their families with a complete surrogacy program, as well as a range of legal services for third-party family-building. Facebook


News Article | May 5, 2017
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SKANEATELES FALLS, N.Y., May 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Hill-Rom Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: HRC), has begun a facility expansion that will add approximately 100,000 square feet to its Welch Allyn campus. The company announced in September 2016 its commitment to bring more than 100 new jobs...


News Article | May 8, 2017
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Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies confirmed on Monday that he had signed off on a hot-rolled coil (HRC) safeguard duty, but refused to be drawn on the duty level proposed until the Word Trade Organisation (WTO) had been notified. Speaking in Johannesburg at the release of the ninth Industrial Policy Action Plan (Ipap 2017), Davies reiterated the importance of sustaining a primary steel industry, which had come under intense pressure as a result of the current global oversupply of steel. He also insisted that government was also taking active steps to support the domestic downstream steel sector, with some steel fabricators having expressed concern that additional protection against primary steel imports could undermine their competitiveness. The safeguard duty had been proposed following an investigation by the International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa (Itac), which determined that there had indeed been an unexpected surge in imports of HRC into South Africa and that these cheap imports were causing injury to the domestic industry. Once the WTO notification process had been followed, the safeguard duty would be imposed over-and-above the 10% tariff protection already in place for HRC and a range of other primary steel products. South Africa previously had no import protection in place for primary steel products, but started to raise tariffs to the 10% bound rate allowed for under South Africa’s WTO commitments in 2015 and 2016. The introduction of the 10% duties was justified on the basis of the distress being experienced in the primary steel sector, epitomised by the 2015 halting of steel production at Highveld Steel & Vanadium, the country’s second-largest steel producer. The country’s largest steel producer ArcelorMittal South Africa (AMSA) lobbied intensively for both bound-rate and safeguard protection, making pricing, investment and employment commitments in return. Last year, AMSA and government agreed on a new pricing mechanism for flat steel, based on a steel-price basket rather than import parity pricing. In addition government agreed to designate locally made steel products and components for public-sector construction projects. Davies stressed that some protection had also been put in place for downstream products and announced that a new Steel Industry Competitiveness Fund would be established to support companies that added value to primary steel. Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel would release details of the new incentive, to be administered by the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC), in the coming weeks. Davies emphasised that the scheme had budgetary support and was aligned to the Department of Trade and Industry’s decision to shift its resources from generic incentives programmes towards sector-specific initiatives. Besides the steel incentive, government would also launch tailored incentives for agroprocessing and the foundry subsector. Some generic incentives, including the flagship Manufacturing Competitiveness Enhancement Programme, would be sustained. But increasingly government industrial financing activities would be targeted in line with successes achieved in the automotive, clothing and textiles sectors. The new incentives would be specifically selected for their propensity to create jobs, Davies said, highlighting the employment potential for both agroprocessing and foundries. Ipap 2017 also outlines plans for an accelerated roll-out of government’s Black Industrialist Programme, which is backed both by R1-billion in grant funding and by a R20-billion IDC funding facility. Davies reported that 40 entrepreneurs had already been selected for support under the programme and announced that the intention was to support 100 black industrialised by the March 31, 2018, two years ahead of the original target date. He acknowledged that the criteria for support were stringent, but said that the intention was to elevate “hands on” industrialists “to the next level”. In other words, the programme was not designed to stimulate share transactions, but rather enhance the competitiveness of existing black-owned enterprises. Davies also made a direct link between Ipap 2017, generally, and the Black Industrialist Programme, in particular, and the call for ‘Radical Economic Transformation’. “We’ve got to promote more involvement of more South Africans, and particularly South Africans that were excluded in the past, in roles of ownership, leadership and participation in the productive economy,” Davies said. Such “inclusivity” should be pursued simultaneously with a reindustrialisation of the economy. Manufacturing Circle executive Philippa Rodseth welcomed the new sector-specific investment incentives, noting that the organisation had worked closely with the DTI in planning the new agroprocessing incentive, in particular, to bridge the gap between policymakers and industry.  “This is a great opportunity for job-rich growth, and while we await further details on funding . . . we are optimistic that this new programme will make sense to both government and to industry. Rodseth also signalled the organisation’s support for the proposed new incentive to support the downstream metals sector and again expressed a desire to offer input. “When tackling government on the fine print, we will seek similar principles to those discussed regarding the agroprocessing incentive – on the need to look at the whole value chain and linkages, on the need for economies of scale.”


News Article | May 8, 2017
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CHICAGO, May 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Hill-Rom Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: HRC), will present at the UBS 2017 Global Healthcare Conference on Monday, May 22, 2017, in New York, NY. John Greisch, Hill-Rom's president and chief executive officer, is scheduled to present at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time....


Now Available on Amazon for Purchase "The Disabled Workforce: What the ADA Never Anticipated" by Rachel Shaw New Book is a Practical How-to Guide Aimed at Helping Employers Manage the Growing Requests for Workplace Accommodations. Newbury Park, CA, April 21, 2017 --( When it comes to navigating the Disability Interactive Process in compliance with ADA federal and a myriad of state disability laws, no human resources professional is better qualified than Rachel. Her new book shares insights, case studies and best practices based on tens of thousands of employee cases handled by Rachel and her firm. She presents readers with her Disability Interactive Process HallwayTM, a virtually fool-proof method of working through the process with an employee to make more consistent, better workplace accommodation decisions. “Requests for accommodation are growing through workers’ compensation injuries, stress claims, fragrance sensitivities, on-going intermittent leave requests, dog accommodations, and more,” said Shaw. “Some are legitimate, some are not. This book is focused on how employers can apply and follow a standardized process to ensure they can accommodate those that are entitled, and remove from the process those that are not.” Rachel is an expert in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and California’s Fair Employment Housing Act (FEHA) and has been helping public-and private-sector employers manage their most challenging personnel issues for more than 15 years. Today she is one of the most anticipated trainers in the country, known for providing attendees with real-life practical solutions helping employers traverse the interconnected roles of human resources, workers’ compensation and disability compliance. The book reveals Rachel’s tried-and-true strategies as well as step-by-step processes for managing reasonable accommodation requests and the myriad of challenges surrounding it including leave management abuse, discipline issues, psychological disabilities and more. “My goal is to ensure there is always space in our workplaces for disabled persons to thrive and contribute. To do this, I support employers to implement a process that allows them to weed out unnecessary requests, while still allowing access and accommodations for those the laws were intended to protect,” said Shaw. “It is a careful balance, but one we must get right. The Hallway is a tool that works, and I am excited to bring it to a larger audience. This work is too important to get wrong.” Rachel Shaw has more than 15 years of executive-level human resources experience. She is president and principal consultant of Shaw HR Consulting, Inc., a boutique Human Resource consultancy specializing in providing employers with a full range of Disability Compliance Management consulting and training services to support their compliance with federal and state disability laws. A graduate of Brown University, she also holds a Master of Business Administration from Colorado State University. She is the author of the book, titled “The Disabled Workforce: What the ADA Never Anticipated.” Newbury Park, CA, April 21, 2017 --( PR.com )-- Rachel Shaw, president and principal consultant of Shaw HR Consulting, Inc. (Shaw HRC), is pleased to announce the release of her first book, titled “The Disabled Workforce: What the ADA Never Anticipated.” The book is now available for purchase at Amazon.com.When it comes to navigating the Disability Interactive Process in compliance with ADA federal and a myriad of state disability laws, no human resources professional is better qualified than Rachel. Her new book shares insights, case studies and best practices based on tens of thousands of employee cases handled by Rachel and her firm. She presents readers with her Disability Interactive Process HallwayTM, a virtually fool-proof method of working through the process with an employee to make more consistent, better workplace accommodation decisions.“Requests for accommodation are growing through workers’ compensation injuries, stress claims, fragrance sensitivities, on-going intermittent leave requests, dog accommodations, and more,” said Shaw. “Some are legitimate, some are not. This book is focused on how employers can apply and follow a standardized process to ensure they can accommodate those that are entitled, and remove from the process those that are not.”Rachel is an expert in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and California’s Fair Employment Housing Act (FEHA) and has been helping public-and private-sector employers manage their most challenging personnel issues for more than 15 years. Today she is one of the most anticipated trainers in the country, known for providing attendees with real-life practical solutions helping employers traverse the interconnected roles of human resources, workers’ compensation and disability compliance. The book reveals Rachel’s tried-and-true strategies as well as step-by-step processes for managing reasonable accommodation requests and the myriad of challenges surrounding it including leave management abuse, discipline issues, psychological disabilities and more.“My goal is to ensure there is always space in our workplaces for disabled persons to thrive and contribute. To do this, I support employers to implement a process that allows them to weed out unnecessary requests, while still allowing access and accommodations for those the laws were intended to protect,” said Shaw. “It is a careful balance, but one we must get right. The Hallway is a tool that works, and I am excited to bring it to a larger audience. This work is too important to get wrong.”Rachel Shaw has more than 15 years of executive-level human resources experience. She is president and principal consultant of Shaw HR Consulting, Inc., a boutique Human Resource consultancy specializing in providing employers with a full range of Disability Compliance Management consulting and training services to support their compliance with federal and state disability laws. A graduate of Brown University, she also holds a Master of Business Administration from Colorado State University. She is the author of the book, titled “The Disabled Workforce: What the ADA Never Anticipated.”


News Article | April 27, 2017
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Nanjing, China, April 27, 2017 --( The Hague Rugby Club (HRC) in The Netherlands does not do things by halves. Founded in 1932 (making it one of the country’s oldest rugby clubs), and with the initial name of “Tackles”, HRC won the nation rugby championships 10 times between 1966 and 1985. Today, it boasts a membership of 500+ and a plush new clubhouse beside its pitch alongside Theo Mann Bouwmeesterlaan in New Wassenaar, a district (former township) in the town of Wassenaar that is the second most prosperous municipality in the Netherlands and home to many a multimillionaire. Hence, when the club was given considerable say in the selection process, HRC opted for the artificial grass version of a Rolls Royce; “Superb”, a new product from the world’s largest manufacturer of artificial turf, China-based CCGrass. CCGrass Superb has been found to satisfy the product test requirements of World Rugby Regulation 22, the Performance Specification for Rugby Turf (2015 Performance Specification) and the World Rugby Laws of the Game – Law 1 for use on Outdoor and Indoor venues. It almost goes without saying that in order to meet such stringent requirements, CCGrass Superb must indeed be just that. The manufacturer is confident in their offering of 12 to 15 years of warranty, while Superb also boasts an incredible resilience. Labosport is a leading technical institute dedicated to sporting surfaces and equipment. In use for over a decade, their Lisport product has been adopted by the industry as the most state-of-the-art means of realistically replicating wear simulation of sports fields after years of usage, in just days. The machine can simulate the wear patterns on artificial turf made by the compressive stress of both football studs (cleats) and more abrasive wear such as that caused by flat-soled trainers. Tests made at CCGrass’s 500 thousand square metre factory in Jiangsu’s Huai’an city on the company’s own Lisport machine, showed Superb artificial grass to have a wear resistance of some 250,000 Lisport cycles. It is often said that it is better to weep once than cry many times, an expression that is more than a good fit for the new CCGrass Superb product; the many years of potential use that outstrip virtually every competitor is more than justification for the investment. Nanjing, China, April 27, 2017 --( PR.com )-- Artificial turf comes in many forms. Just as with the bulk of today’s products in the modern world, there is a low-grade version that could be thought of as a “quick fix.” At the other end of the spectrum, there is the top end variant that offers a multitude of advantages over its inferior cousins, while also being capable of lasting for a very long period.The Hague Rugby Club (HRC) in The Netherlands does not do things by halves. Founded in 1932 (making it one of the country’s oldest rugby clubs), and with the initial name of “Tackles”, HRC won the nation rugby championships 10 times between 1966 and 1985. Today, it boasts a membership of 500+ and a plush new clubhouse beside its pitch alongside Theo Mann Bouwmeesterlaan in New Wassenaar, a district (former township) in the town of Wassenaar that is the second most prosperous municipality in the Netherlands and home to many a multimillionaire.Hence, when the club was given considerable say in the selection process, HRC opted for the artificial grass version of a Rolls Royce; “Superb”, a new product from the world’s largest manufacturer of artificial turf, China-based CCGrass.CCGrass Superb has been found to satisfy the product test requirements of World Rugby Regulation 22, the Performance Specification for Rugby Turf (2015 Performance Specification) and the World Rugby Laws of the Game – Law 1 for use on Outdoor and Indoor venues.It almost goes without saying that in order to meet such stringent requirements, CCGrass Superb must indeed be just that. The manufacturer is confident in their offering of 12 to 15 years of warranty, while Superb also boasts an incredible resilience.Labosport is a leading technical institute dedicated to sporting surfaces and equipment. In use for over a decade, their Lisport product has been adopted by the industry as the most state-of-the-art means of realistically replicating wear simulation of sports fields after years of usage, in just days. The machine can simulate the wear patterns on artificial turf made by the compressive stress of both football studs (cleats) and more abrasive wear such as that caused by flat-soled trainers. Tests made at CCGrass’s 500 thousand square metre factory in Jiangsu’s Huai’an city on the company’s own Lisport machine, showed Superb artificial grass to have a wear resistance of some 250,000 Lisport cycles.It is often said that it is better to weep once than cry many times, an expression that is more than a good fit for the new CCGrass Superb product; the many years of potential use that outstrip virtually every competitor is more than justification for the investment. Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from CCGrass


Mental health industry watchdog Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) International has launched a petition during Mental Health Month to ban the use of electroshock (also known as electroconvulsive therapy or ECT) devices being used on children, the elderly and vulnerable patients. The petition is directed to Dr. Stephen Ostroff, M.D., Acting Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), as the agency that regulates the ECT device. About 100,000 Americans are estimated to be administered electroshock each year, including children aged five or younger, the elderly and pregnant women. CCHR wants to see safer methods used to help those with behavioral or emotional problems. At a 2011 FDA hearing and in a December 2015 FDA Draft Guidance on ECT devices, the agency said that ECT may cause: prolonged or delayed onset seizures, cardiovascular complications (including heart attacks), breathing complications, confusion, permanent memory loss, brain damage and death.[1] In 2014, Texas, the only state to issue an annual ECT report, revealed six deaths shortly after ECT administration.[2] CCHR recently filed Freedom of Information Act requests (FOIAs) to all U.S. states to obtain statistics on how many children and others are being electroshocked in the country. It established that in one state alone, Utah, electroshock was administered 50 times to children and adolescents up to the age of 17 in recent years—including 15 times to those five years old or younger. Tricare military insurance also reported seven children aged 0 to 17 were given ECT in 2016.[3] The statistics collected to date prompted the petition after CCHR found that most people thought electroshock was no longer used and were unaware that only four U.S. states—Colorado, California, Tennessee and Texas—have banned its use in children and adolescents. However, the World Health Organization's Resource Book on Mental Health, Human Rights and Legislation, recommended in 2005: "There are no indications for the use of ECT on minors, and hence this should be prohibited through legislation."[4] A considerable number of people receiving ECT are patients that are involuntarily admitted to psychiatric facilities, where their right to consent to or refuse treatment can be overridden—a practice that in 2013, Juan E. Méndez, the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, said could constitute torture in healthcare settings. Mr. Méndez called for an "absolute ban on all forced and non-consensual medical interventions against persons with disabilities," including electroshock.[5] Electroconvulsive therapy has a controversial history in that it was developed in 1938 by an Italian psychiatrist who adapted electric shock techniques to stun pigs in a Rome slaughterhouse and went on to create ECT for use in humans.[6] Today, up to 460 volts of electricity are used to produce a grand mal seizure in patients, which both experts and the FDA report could cause brain damage.[7] CCHR says that in the interests of informed consent rights, better protections are needed when treatments have potential serious adverse effects. CCHR encourages anyone who has been harmed by ECT, or whose family member has been harmed, to report this to CCHR by filling out this form (all information kept in strictest confidence). CCHR was established in 1969 by the Church of Scientology and the late professor of psychiatry, Dr. Thomas Szasz. As a mental health industry watchdog, its mission is to inform and mobilize the public against violations of human rights and civil liberties committed in the mental health system. It has been instrumental in obtaining more than 175 laws with protections, including informed consent rights for mental health patients, and was instrumental in the first ban of ECT use in children in California in 1976. The most recent legislative action against ECT was in Western Australia, where it was banned in 2014 for those aged 14 and younger.[8] For more about CCHR, click here. Sign the Petition to Ban Electroshock (ECT) Device Being Used on Children, the Elderly and Vulnerable Patients [1] "Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) Devices for Class II Intended Uses," Draft Guidance for Industry, Clinicians and Food and Drug Administration Staff, 29 Dec. 2015, http://www.fda.gov/downloads/MedicalDevices/…/UCM478942.pdf; Neurological Devices Panel, Center for Devices and Radiological Health Medical Devices Advisory Committee, Food and Drug Administration, pp 148-149, 27 Jan. 2011, http://www.fda.gov/downloads/AdvisoryCommittees/CommitteesMeetingMaterials/MedicalDevicesAdvisoryCommittee/neurologicalDevicesPanel/UCM247594.pdf.%20Accessed%20December%203. [2] Jonathon Emord & Associates, Citizens Petition filed with the FDA Commissioner, 14 Aug. 2016; citing Texas Department of State Health Services. Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) Reports. FY 2014 ECT Annual Report, page 1. http://www.dshs.texas.gov/mhsa/bhmd/ect/. [3] "Evidence for Use of Electroshock on Veterans," 24 July 2015, https://talkwithtenney.wordpress.com/2015/07/24/evidence-for-use-of-electroshock-on-veterans/. [4] Benedetto Saraceno, MD, "WHO Resource Book on Mental Health, Human Rights and Legislation Who 2005," p. 64. [5] A/HRC/22/53, "Report of the Special Rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, Juan E. Méndez," United Nations, General Assembly, Human Rights Council, Twenty-second Session, Agenda Item 3, 1 Feb. 2013, p. 21, http://www.ohchr.org/Documents/HRBodies/HRCouncil/RegularSession/Session22/A.HRC.22.53_English.pdf. [7] Op. cit., Jonathon Emord & Associates, Citizens Petition; Op Cit., Neurological Devices Panel, Center for Devices and Radiological Health Medical Devices Advisory Committee, Food and Drug Administration, pp 148-149. [8] "Electroshock therapy on under-14s banned in WA after law passes Parliament," ABC News, 17 Oct. 2014, http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-10-17/mental-health-bill-passes-wa-parliament/5822874.


WASHINGTON, April 21, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- During Hillary Clinton's 2016 race for the White House, two journalists, Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes were given special access inside her campaign operation, conducting more than one hundred interviews, for their new book "Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton's Doomed Campaign."  They will appear together at the National Press Club on Thursday, May 18 at 6:30 p.m. in the club's conference rooms to discuss their headline making book that is already number one on Amazon's bestseller list. Jonathan Allen is the head of community and content for Sidewire and a columnist for Roll Call newspaper and Amie Parnes is the Senior White House Correspondent for The Hill newspaper.  In 2014, Allen and Parnes co-authored the New York Times bestseller: "HRC: State Secrets and the Rebirth of Hillary Clinton."


— The report “Global OCTG Market” provides an in-depth analysis of the OCTG market on a global scale along with the US and Russia market. The major trends, growth drivers as well as issues being faced by the industry are being presented in this report. The industry comprises few large players such as Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation, Tenaris S.A, TMK and Vallourec. All these companies have been profiled in the present report highlighting their key financials and business strategies for growth. Order a copy of this “Global OCTG (Oil Country Tubular Goods) Market: Industry Analysis & Outlook (2017-2021)” research report at USD 800 (Single User License) http://www.marketreportsonline.com/contacts/purchase.php?name=573209. Oil Country Tubular Goods (OCTG) comprises of a wide range of steel tubular products that are used in Oil and Gas exploration and production and in particular drilling. They can be Seamless and Welded Pipes (Electric Resistance Welding (EWR) and come in various sizes and length. The process of manufacturing of seamless and welded pipes and tubes is different with the seamless pipes designed to bear much higher stress. OCTG generally includes three categories of products - drill pipe, casing, and tubing. The key factors driving the growth of OCTG market are increasing demand for oil & gas, accelerating economic growth, future global energy consumption and demand growth for fossil fuels. A noteworthy trend of this industry is fluctuating global rig count. However, the expansion of the market is hindered by the challenges of drilling with casing for OCTG, depletion of limited oil and gas reserves, falling crude oil prices, environmental issues and the international political and economic instability. Major Points from Table of Contents Provided in Global Oil Country Tubular Goods (OCTG) Market Report: 1. OCTG Market - An Overview 1.1 An Introduction 1.2 Types of OCTG Products 1.3 Types of Oil Country Tubular Goods (OCTG) Pipes 1.4 Oil Country Tubular Goods (OCTG) Manufacturing Process 2. Global Market Analysis 2.1 Global OCTG Demand by Volume 2.2 Global OCTG Demand Forecast by Volume 2.3 Global OCTG Demand by Region 2.4 Global OCTG Demand Forecast by Region 2.5 Global Drilling Activity by Region 2.6 Global OCTG Demand – Shales vs. Others 2.7 Global OCTG Demand Forecast – Shales vs. Others 2.8 Global Deep Water OCTG Consumption by Volume 2.9 Global Deep Water OCTG Consumption Forecast by Volume 2.10 Global Seamless OCTG Supply and Demand by Volume 2.11 Global Seamless OCTG Supply and Demand Forecast by Volume 3. Regional Market Analysis 3.1 The US 3.1.1 The US Rig Count 3.1.2 The US Rig Count Forecast 3.1.3 The US OCTG Consumption by Volume 3.1.4 The US OCTG Consumption by Segment 3.1.5 The US Distributor Welded OCTG vs. HRC Prices 3.1.6 The US Distributor Seamless OCTG vs. Scrap Prices 3.2 Russia 3.2.1 Russian Annual Development Drilling Program 3.2.2 Russian Annual Development Drilling Program 3.2.3 Russian Tube and Pipe Market by Volume 3.2.4 Russian Tube and Pipe Market Forecast by Volume 3.2.5 Russian OCTG Market by Volume 3.2.6 Russian OCTG Market Forecast by Volume 3.2.7 Russian Market Share in Various Products 3.3 China 3.3.1 Chinese Seamless OCTG Supply and Demand by Volume 3.3.2 Chinese Seamless OCTG Supply and Demand Forecast by Volume 4. Market Dynamics 4.1 Growth Drivers 4.1.1 Increasing Demand for Oil & Gas 4.1.2 Accelerating Economic Growth 4.1.3 Future Global Energy Consumption 4.1.4 Demand Growth for Fossil Fuels 4.2 Market Trends 4.2.1 Fluctuating Global Rig Count 4.3 Challenges 4.3.1 Drilling with Casing for OCTG 4.3.2 Depletion of Limited Oil and Gas Reserves 4.3.3 Falling Crude Oil Prices 4.3.4 Environmental Issues 4.3.5 International Political and Economic Instability 5. Competitive Landscape 5.1 Financial Comparison of Key Players 5.2 Global Premium OCTG Market Share by Company 5.3 Russian Pipe Market Share by Company 5.4 Russian OCTG Market Share by Company For more information, please visit http://www.marketreportsonline.com/contacts/purchase.php?name=573209

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