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World Pipelines - April 2010

World Pipelines - April 2010

The April issue is bursting to the seams with our annual Offshore Review – detailing offshore operations from a host of pipeline companies, eager to discuss their most challenging projects this year and their hopes for OTC 2010 and the coming year. The issue also includes articles on pipelaying, repair and rehabilitation, and coatings for offshore application. A special report from Dr. Hooman Peimani analyses new threats to pipelines.
 

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World Pipelines - March 2010

World Pipelines - March 2010

The March issue features a range of articles on managing flow in pipelines, including topics such as accurate flowmetering; advances in valve actuation; temporary isolation devices; and direct electrical heating for flow assurance. The issue also describes the challenges of fabricating and operating HP/HT pipelines; discusses techniques for automatic welding; and showcases pipeline machinery for trenching, earthwork, pipelaying and handling. A case study from Punj Lloyd describes the company’s largest EPC project in the Middle East, and an article from AKE Group advises about international risk mitigation for valuable pipeline assets.
 

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World Pipelines - February 2010

World Pipelines - February 2010

The February issue considers the importance of regulations and standards in the pipeline industry: with articles on new regulations for non-shielding coatings; regulating composite pipeline repairs; ATEX compliant cleaning tools and accessories; and specifications for internal field joint coatings. The regional report looks at the ways in which the Caspian region is developing its pipeline infrastructure – and in which directions it is sending its energy supplies. In addition, Telvent describes modernising Istanbul’s gas distribution with SCADA, and Clough talks us through upgrading its Java Constructor pipelay vessel.
 

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World Pipelines - January 2010

World Pipelines - January 2010

The first issue of World Pipelines in 2010 features a pipeline pigging review, in which GE PII Pipeline Solutions, T.D. Williamson and Galaxy Brushes each discuss an important aspect of pipeline pigging. A Nord Stream update gives the lowdown on progress for the project, and the regional review focuses on Russia and it’s increasing exports to Asia. Elsewhere in the issue, Gordon Cope looks at how the pipeline precommissioning sector is faring; A.Hak discusses no-dig techniques; and an article from Acoustic Systems describes new leak detection technology.
 

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World Pipelines - December 2009

World Pipelines - December 2009

The December issue features our annual round-up of international pipeline activity: a comprehensive breakdown of progress in the oil and gas pipeline industry in 2009. In addition, a keynote article analyses how the steels industry has fared in the recession; we look at using flare gas for firing compressors; Inline Services and Enduro Pipeline Services discuss pipeline pigging; and Metoc describes the role environment assessment plays in pipeline planning.
 

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World Pipelines - November 2009

World Pipelines - November 2009

The November issue includes a special feature on Right of way and route selection, with a keynote report from Dr. Hooman Peimani, Head of Energy Security at the Energy Studies Institute, Singapore. Elsewhere in the issue, we look at a recent hot tap carried out on the Ettrick field in the North Sea; a collaboration between Vermeer and McLaughlin on an HDD job in Texas; and the regional review looks at West African pipeline infrastructure.
 

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World Pipelines - October 2009

World Pipelines - October 2009

The regional report in the October issue focuses on China and how its oil and gas industry might fare in the global recession. A special feature looks at the potential for mergers and acquisitions by, and of, pipeline companies, with PIPC predicting a new wave of activity in this field. Dhatec writes about new developments in pipe stacking supports, and IHC and Mustang provide some interesting pipelaying case studies.
 

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World Pipelines - September 2009

World Pipelines - September 2009

The September issue covers a range of pipeline design topics, including stress testing, subsea engineering and pipeline technology for LNG transfer.  The regional report considers which South American countries are making the most of their oil and gas infrastructure (and which aren't). Other topics covered include valves, pumps and regulators, composite wrap technology and pipeline pigging.
 

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World Pipelines - August 2009

World Pipelines - August 2009

The annual Contractors' Directory features in this issue, cataloging major pipeline engineering contractors currently working internationally.  Alongside this are articles on pipeline inspection, corrosion control, flow management and coatings and linings. A regional report looks at pipeline activity in the USA and asks whether the global recession has had an impact on pipeline projects thus far.
 

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World Pipelines - July 2009

World Pipelines - July 2009

On this month's cover: Canusa-CPS supplies a wide variety of products and systems used for onshore and offshore pipeline corrosion protection. Canusa’s products have become the most popular offshore heat-shrinkable, fi eld joint protection systems in the world because they are designed with unique primer systems, adhesives and cross-linked polyethylene or polypropylene backings that are resistant to the rigours of offshore construction.
 

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