Steel pipes and tubes used in drilling and transporting crude oil flooded into Canada this spring, a Reuters analysis shows, as U.S. President Donald Trump’s steel tariffs forced producers from Asia to Europe to seek new markets. Workers are seen at at Bri-Steel Manufacturing, a manufacturer and distributer of seamless steel pipes, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, June 21, 2018. REUTERS/Candace Elliott Canada is a major steel producer in its own right and the biggest supplier to the United States, but the country is swamped by supply from India and South Korea which underscores the global shift in trading patterns following the Trump administration’s decision to place tariffs on steel and aluminum imported to the United States. The spike in imports threatens jobs in the Canadian energy steel-making sector, one of the biggest consumers of the commodity, prompting concerns about plants owned by Tenaris SA ( […]