The September issue of World Pipelines features numerous articles focused on cathodic protection, pigging and pipeline machinery, which correspond well with this month’s pipeline machinery review. The issue also includes a regional report that discusses how Canada’s economy is affecting its oil and natural gas market.
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The good, the bad and the future of Canada's pipelines
Gordon Cope explains how Canada is bursting at the seams with oil and natural gas, but is stymied when it comes to reaching international markets.
A Canadian energy corridor
Is the co-ordination of just the western portion of a coast-to-coast, nation-building, integrated energy/transportation corridor simply too much for Canadians? Mike Priaro discusses.
Running a smooth operation
Hendrik-Jan De Bock and Patrick Berré, Denys, Belgium.
Maintaining the quality of pipes
Idsart van Assema and Merel van Heerde, Dhatec, the Netherlands.
Managing pipeline data
Reporting on the RFID solution
Steve Slusarenko (ProStar Geocorp Inc, Canada), Steve Soychak (SJKS Ventures, USA) and Layne Tucker (EchoRFID, USA).
The hybrid cloud – combining the old and the new
Page Tucker, ProStar Geocorp Inc., USA, and Peter Forster, Zetta Business Software Consulting Inc.
Internal coatings on the rise
Craig Thomas, Senior Consultant, UK.
The need for pipeline optimisation
Jonathan Theakston, Simulation Software Ltd, UK.
A cool strategy for unpiggable pipes
Daniel Rhys, MEng., PhD., Suez Advanced Solutions UK Ltd.
No pig left behind
Bruce Knowlton, CDI, USA.
Responding to a flood of CP big data
Christophe Baete, Elsyca, Belgium, and Len J. Krissa, Enbridge Pipelines Inc., Canada.
A global CP problem
Ted Huck, Matcor, USA.
Shielding from failure
Nathan Muncaster, Polyguard Products, USA.
Long distance solutions
SCAIP s.r.l., Italy.
Derrick Butterfield, Volvo Construction Equipment, Germany.
World Pipelines' quarterly machinery focus featuring Darby Equipment Company.
Valves & pumps
Innovation from Oxford
Chris Leonard, Oxford Flow, UK.