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World Pipelines - February 2011

World Pipelines - February 2011

The February issue of World Pipelines begins with a report on how Europe and the Mediterranean is variously developing energy polices to rise further out of recession and create greater energy security. Other articles in this issue deal with the challenges of offshore pipelaying (ROPLAST, Fugro); methods for corrosion control (Hunter McDonnell, Neptune Research, Champion Technologies); and the art and science of welding (Serimax, Denso, United Piping).
 

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World Pipelines - January 2011

World Pipelines - January 2011

The first issue of 2011 includes a major feature on leak detection, including articles from ROSEN and T.D. Williamson. Other features concentrate on repair and rehabilitation; risk assessment; developments in coatings and inline inspection. Punj Lloyd discusses an EPC project story from India and Atteris writes about a shore approach of an LNG pipeline.
 

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World Pipelines - December 2010

World Pipelines - December 2010

Rounding off 2010, the December issue of World Pipelines includes a bumper Global Review, in which we look at pipeline activity all over the world in the last 12 months, and look ahead to what’s in store for the coming year. Other articles cover pig launchers and traps, corrosion control and design engineering. Look out for CRC-Evans’ cover story on subsea operations, and our pipeline machinery review, with contributions from Caterpillar, Mattracks and Tri-Tool.
 

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World Pipelines - November 2010

World Pipelines - November 2010

Read the November issue to: learn about how West Africa is set to help Africa surpass North America as the world’s third largest oil producing region; discover Bredero Shaw’s new end-to-end thermal protection solution for pipelines; understand the importance of pipeline insurance; hear about Mears Group’s HDD success in Florida; and get updates on all the latest pipeline news, including details of the annual IPLOCA award winners.
 

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World Pipelines - October 2010

World Pipelines - October 2010

The October issue begins with a detailed analysis of the Middle East and, in particular, how Iran, Saudi Arabia and Iraq could threaten international energy security. Elsewhere in the issue, Bernard debunks some welding equipment myths, Wood Group discuss handling all that pipeline data your system provides, and Tesmec presents excavating techniques for hard rock.
 

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World Pipelines - September 2010

World Pipelines - September 2010

The September issue of World Pipelines features a special focus on South American pipelines: including a South America regional review; a Brazil-specific business report; and a Brazilian pipeline case study. The issue also looks at repair and rehabilitation of pipelines; subsea engineering; and remote **Also available in this month’s downloadable PDF is the special Brazil issue, which this year is brought to you by World Pipelines and Oilfield Technology. This special supplement is published In Brazilian Portuguese and covers the upstream and pipeline industries in Brazil. Pick up a copy and meet the team at Rio Oil & Gas (13 – 16 September, Rio de Janeiro).**
 

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World Pipelines - August 2010

World Pipelines - August 2010

The August issue includes in-depth technical articles on inline inspection, horizontal directional drilling, welding case studies and corrosion control. The annual Contractors’ Directory showcases key international pipeline contractors and their recent operations, onshore and offshore. We also present an update on pipelaying for the Nord Stream project; and a report on the carbon footprint of the North American pipeline network.
 

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World Pipelines - July 2010

World Pipelines - July 2010

The July issue of World Pipelines begins with a regional report on pipeline construction in the USA, which analyses the factors that are causing growth in the industry - a must-read for pipeline contractors. This month we focus on tracking: S3 ID writes about tracking personnel on-site; and Hunter McDonnell describes the art of the professional pig tracker. Elsewhere in the issue, learn about pipeline bending equipment; the importance of drying pipelines before commissioning; and keeping the right-of-way of the pipeline safe.
 

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World Pipelines - June 2010

World Pipelines - June 2010

This month’s issue takes a detailed look at inline inspection operations for the Langeled pipeline. We also learn about ongoing construction work on the OPAL pipeline, including some project specifics; and about the gas transmission network in India. Elsewhere in the issue, read about the latest developments in pipeline welding, corrosion control and asset management.
 

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World Pipelines - May 2010

World Pipelines - May 2010

The May issue includes a special focus feature on Canada, with a report by Ng Weng Hoong that addresses the situation facing Canada’s oilsands producers. The issue also includes articles on data management, unconventional gas transportation and cleaning pigs. In addition, a keynote article from RSK Group explains how sustainability challenges in the pipeline industry can be met innovatively and efficiently.
 

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