The February issue includes our annual Pigging Q&A (with responses from experts at Precision Pigging and CDRiA); articles on leak detection and welding; an interesting perspective on EPC; and technical tips on new developments in coatings.
The first issue of 2015 includes a China regional report (how is energy-hungry China making alliances and securing its energy sources for the future); an in-depth feature on remote sensing (with articles from INTECSEA, Synodon and Drager); and technical information on pipeline steels, welding and integrity management.
The December issue finishes up the year with: a round-up of gas pipeline projects throughout the world; articles on buoyancy, subsea inspection and field applied coatings; technical pieces about primers and cyber security; plus comment on the Brazilian oil and gas industry, and European energy security.
The November issue includes a regional report on Asia and Australasia, which comprises a comprehensive Asia Pacific roundup; an article from Atteris and APIA on subsea projects in Australia; and expert commentary on the use of CRA clad pipe from Wood Group Kenny in Australia. The issue also features technical articles on cleaning pigs, underwater solutions and flow metering, plus our first ever welding Q&A.
The October issue’s regional report focuses on Africa and the Middle East, where Ng Weng Hoong examines how a multitude of geo-political, health and economic factors threaten the oil and gas industry in the region. The issue also includes articles on risk assessment, software and data analysis and welding accessories.
The September issue includes a coatings Q&A in which pipeline experts do their best to educate us on all things coatings! The issue also includes World Pipelines’ quarterly pipeline machinery review and articles on asset management, cathodic protection, subsea engineering and compressor technology.
The August issue showcases our annual Pipeline Contractors’ Directory, which is packed full of useful information about pipeline projects all over the world. With lots of photos, tables and project updates, it’s an in-depth look at who is working where.
The July issue has strong editorial sections on pipeline construction and pipeline padding and insulation. The issue also includes articles on India’s pipeline industry, emergency response, buoyancy for subsea pipelines, and the question over whether you should buy or rent pipeline machinery.
The June issue features: a report from Canada on the nation’s bright future as a world-class energy producer; instruction on leadership for pipeline projects, pre-commissioning activities and dewatering; technical articles on maintenance; and a substantial section of articles on ROVs.