The June issue features technical articles on field joint coatings, subsea pipeline operations and cathodic protection. The regional focus is the USA and there is a special report on pipeline construction in the southern gas corridor.
The May issue of World Pipelines includes a major feature on safety and automation, showcasing cutting edge technologies for application in the digitisation of the pipeline industry. Also in May: damage and defect assessment, hot tapping, and steel production.
The April issue features our annual Offshore Technology Review, which showcases offshore pipeline technology from around the world. The issue also includes articles on black powder removal, choosing the right ILI tool and subsea welding.
The March issue features an Asia regional report; technical articles on integrity and inspection; a major feature on intelligent pigging and case studies discussing Nord Stream 2 and the Northern Gas Pipeline (Australia).
The February issue features articles on an array of topics, such as EPC, bevelling and cutting, optimising pipeline flow, cleaning pigs and more. This issue also includes World Pipelines’ first ever Heavy Equipment Review, along with a regional report on Russia.
World Pipelines’ January issue kicks off the year with features on tube and pipe manufacturing methods, corrosion protection and auger boring. The regional report focuses on India and the issue includes case studies on river crossings and arc welding improvements.
World Pipelines’ December issue presents articles on engineering and planning, pipeline pigging, repair and rehabilitation, shore approaches and pipelaying. The December issue also features a global recap on this year’s oil and gas pipeline industry, along with the annual Flow Q&A and quarterly pipeline machinery review.
The November issue includes technical articles on repair and maintenance of pipelines, pipe connecting technology and precommissioning. The regional report tackles China, and the issue includes an interesting report from Airbus on developments in pipeline surveillance.
The September issue highlights how pipeline interference from railways can be mitigated with computer simulation, explores how the demand for internal pipeline cleaning and coating is on the rise, discusses flow assurance applications for long distance pipeline lifecycle management, and more.