The July issue of World Pipelines features a regional report on midstream assets in South America, numerous articles on pipelines – commissioning, projects and the market – in Latin America, editorial on pipeline assessment, sensing and engineering, as well as the annual Pigging Q&A.
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On a path to growth
Midstream assets in Latin American countries are in demand, but their fortunes vary greatly from country to country, explains Gordon Cope.
At the bottom of the deep blue sea
Andreas Haindl and Herbert Willems, NDT Global, Germany.
A journey to Mexico
Yufei Xiao, Ph.D., P.E., and Diego Guerrero, P.E., P.M.P., Gulf Interstate Engineering, USA.
Heating things up in Argentina
Jorge Marciano, Shawcor, Pipeline Performance, Argentina.
Tapping resources from Mexico to the 'Land of Fire'
Derrick Butterfield, Volvo Construction Equipment, Germany.
A Peruvian pipeline project
Paolo Patrian, SICIM, Italy.
High stakes for pipeline machining
Jeremie Flechard, PROTEM SERCO, Germany.
Smitha D. Koduru, Research Engineer, C-FER Technologies, Canada.
Detection with DAS
Stuart Large, Fotech Solutions, UK.
World Pipelines' annual Pigging Q&A
Featuring Baker Hughes, Jee Ltd., Precision Pigging and ROSEN Group.
Filtering through the options
Steve Hiner, Chief Engineer – Gas Turbine Inlet Systems, CLARCOR Industrial Air, UK.
Considering inverter-based power sources
Wayne Chuko, Lincoln Electric Company, USA.
Another look at shale
Joshua W. Hill, PMP, Tesmec USA, Inc.
The key to sucessful bending practices
Gordon A. Aaker., Jr., P.E. and Andres Rodela Ph.D., with Engineering Services, LP, USA.