Corinth Pipeworks

Corinth Pipeworks (CPW) is a leading manufacturer of steel pipes and hollow sections for the energy and construction sectors. Over the past half-century, it has worked with most major oil and gas companies and international contractors, building a notable project list and creating long term relationships with its customers.

CPW has the ability to add value to a client’s project whether the application is a:

  • Challenging offshore or deep offshore pipeline
  • High criticality onshore transmission pipeline
  • Specialized structural steel requirement

CPW manufactures one of the widest pipe product ranges in the world and offers integrated solutions based on continuous improvements of its manufacturing processes. It is recognized by its customers for its technological expertise, flexibility, cost efficient solutions and high overall performance, as verified each year in the company’s customer satisfaction rating.

With industrial plants in Greece and Russia and extensive experience in the implementation of demanding projects all over the world, Corinth Pipeworks is a supplier of choice for oil and gas companies and international construction companies.

Corinth Pipework's client base include Chevron, BP, BG, Shell, Greek Public Natural Gas Corporation (DEPA), Natural Gas National System Operator S.A. (DESFA), OMV, Gas Connect, GRTGAZ, Wintershall, Snam, National Grid, RWE, Spectra Energy, Energy Transfer, Williams, Denbury, Kinder Morgan, DCP Midstream, Plain All American, McJunkin, Spartan, EPCO, Spectra, Enbridge, Cheniere Energy, Talisman, STEG, Sonatrach, PDO, OGC, Saudi Aramco, ADNOC, SCOP, Socar, ABB, EDF, TIGF, Saipem, Genesis, Allseas, Subsea 7, etc.

The Company’s operational efficiency and commercial success is based primarily on its ability to manufacture technologically advanced products and remain ahead of the latest developments in its field. To this end, Corinth Pipeworks collaborates with international research organisations, such as the European Pipeline Research Group (EPRG) and the Welding Institute and regularly participates in research projects that are linked to its core business activities.

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