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September 2021

The September issue of World Pipelines includes a regional overview of the Latin American pipeline industry. SuperVision Earth discuss the use of satellite technology to monitor assets, and a collaborative article from Siemens Energy and ProFlex Technologies explores the new leak detection techniques being developed as a result of IoT and digitalisation. There is also a focus on the environment, with articles from ABB on emissions control and the IMCA on a new voluntary code that promotes environmental stewardship. This issue also includes a Pipeline Machinery Review, featuring Trencor.

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Contents

New opportunities, old challenges
There is plenty of room for industry growth in the oil and gas-rich regions of Latin America, but also many hurdles to overcome along the way, as Gordon Cope discusses.

View from the top
Nomcebo Jele, SuperVision Earth, Germany.

Alloy application
Rodrigo Signorelli, Outokumpu, Brazil.

Keeping tabs on deposits
Arto Voutilainen, Ossi Lehtikangas, Antti Nissinen, and Mika Tienhaara, Rocsole Ltd, Finland.

Leak detection with layers
Matthew Grimes, Siemens Energy, USA.

On a mission to cut emissions
Stephen Gibbons, Global Market Manager for Continuous Gas Analysers for ABB Measurement & Analytics.

The why, when and how of calibration
Erik Smits, VSL, The National Metrology Institute of the Netherlands.

Testing pipeline tapes
Thomas Kaiser, Managing Director, DENSO Group Germany.

Sealing materials in the hot seat
Isabelle Strømme, MSc, Vipo, Norway.

An open-and-shut case
Morgan Sledd, Stark Solutions, USA.

Collaborating on an environmental code
Nadine Robinson, Technical Adviser – Environmental Sustainability, International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA).

Pipeline machinery review
Featuring Trencor.


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