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The Congressional Steel Caucus will discuss the state of the steel industry at a hearing Thursday in Washington.

Chairman Tim Murphy, R-Pa., and Vice Chairman Pete Visclosky, D-Ind., have scheduled a hearing of the bipartisan commission to investigate the state of the domestic steel industry and policies and developments affecting its success.

The Steel Caucus will hear testimony addressing the concerns of the U.S. steel industry related to international trade agreements, energy and raw materials, federal regulation and other industry concerns.

Scheduled to testify at the hearing are Lou Schorsch, president and CEO of Flat Carbon Americas for ArcelorMittal; Mike Williams, senior vice president of North American Flat–Roll Operations for U.S. Steel; Carl Moulton, vice president at Allegheny Technologies Inc. and vice chairman of the Specialty Steel Industry of North America; Robert Simon, executive vice president for tubular products at Evraz North America; Scott Barnes, vice president and chief commercial officer for TMK IPSCO and director of the Committee on Pipe and Tube Imports; and Tom Conway, vice president of the United Steelworkers.

 

 

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