The transformation of Tenaris office space across industrial and commercial facilities worldwide is expanding. Recently, the new Cold Drawn and Component Center offices in Tenaris’s facilities in Zalau Romania, which were previously conceived as separate buildings, have now been inaugurated as one single integrated space.
Giancarlo Di Berardino, managing director for Southeast Asia and Oceania, gives an overview of this region. “It’s extremely diverse; different languages, different religions, and even different kinds of writing coexist in one same country.” In view of some of Tenaris’s most recent projects in the Philippines and Indonesia, Di Berardino, based in Jakarta, shares insights about Tenaris’s extensive operations in the region.
A total of 401 students from different communities in Argentina received the Roberto Rocca Scholarships from Tenaris and the Hermanos Agustín and Enrique Rocca Foundation, celebrating their effort, dedication and excellence in education.
Water depths ranging from 1,840 to 2,149 meters plus a target depth of more than 4,500 meters and strong ocean currents equals no room for mistakes. The drilling and completion of six gas wells in East Africa demanded a technological solution that could enable running in stands throughout the whole campaign while withstanding ultra deepwater conditions.
In line with its established legacy of advocacy in education across its communities around the world, Tenaris has awarded 75 students in Nigeria with scholarships from the Roberto Rocca Education Program (RREP).
Tenaris participated in the 48th meeting of the World Steel Association’s Life Cycle Assessment Expert Group, which took place last week in Italy, sharing its consolidated knowledge on environmental sustainability and analysis methodologies.
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