A world leader in its markets, Vallourec provides benchmark tubular solutions for the energy sectors and for other applications, including some of the most demanding: from oil and gas wells in extreme conditions to next-generation power plants to daring architectural projects and extremely high-performing mechanical equipment. Adapted to the challenges of the 21st century, our comprehensive, innovative solutions are designed for three main markets: oil and gas, low-carbon energy, and industry.
A trusted partner that creates solutions
True to our pioneering spirit, we now go even further by prioritizing two areas of focus:
To this end, we have more than 17,000 employees based in 20 countries so that we can be as close to our customers as possible. Vallourec’s international presence is all the stronger thanks to its strong local presence. This proximity guarantees competitiveness for a start: each of our four regions is able to serve its markets via industrial routes that have been optimized with regard to time and cost from production to delivery.
Oil and gas market
Vallourec markets innovative solutions designed for exploring and extracting oil and gas deposits—drilling operations, line pipe, shaft equipment—in the most extreme conditions.
Low-carbon energy market
Vallourec offers a broad range of smart tubes that are able to resist the highest pressures and temperatures and are designed to be used in the construction of traditional and nuclear power plants.
Vallourec has developed an offering of strong, light tubes designed for numerous industrial applications: refineries, hydraulic cylinders, machine tools, automobiles, construction, etc.
Over more than 120 years, Vallourec has made its mark in industry on an international scale. Brazil, China, France, Germany, Nigeria, Singapore, the United States—more than 50 production sites, business offices, and R&D centers operate in 20 countries on five continents. Our 17,000 employees’ local presence conveys a major aspect of the group’s strategy: to be as close to our customers as possible. This implies three high-priority challenges: understanding their needs and meeting them as efficiently as possible, participating even more in the development of national economies, and increasing our competitiveness.