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December 2017

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.


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Contents

A constructive 2017 outlook
Despite political and security disruptions, 2017 has been an encouraging year for the oil and gas pipeline industry. Dr. Hooman Peimani provides a summary of this year’s major pipeline projects, both planned and under construction.

A structured shore crossing selection process
Kevin Whyte, Independent Engineering Consultant working with CONSUB Ltd, UK.

Assessing pipeline geohazards
Dr. P. Psarropoulos and Dr. A. Antoniou (National Technical University of Athens), and A. Markogiannakis (Pipeserv Engineering Ltd.), Greece.

Times are changing
Steve Slusarenko (ProStar Geocorp Inc., USA) and Layne Tucker (EchoRFID LLC and ProStar Geocorp Inc., USA).

Improving padding performance
Marjut Lindroos, ALLU Group, Finland.

A safety net for corroded pipes
Michael Smith, ROSEN Group, UK.

A pig's eye view
Geoff Wilkinson, Propipe, UK.

Wiggly lines to big data
Darrell Thompson and Rick Carrizales, Akera Data Services, USA.

Flow Q&A
Featuring NEL and Xodus Group.

On the mend
Laurette Cuiret, 3X ENGINEERING, Monaco.

Handling HCAs
Troy D. Williams, Dean Companies, USA.

Battling severe winters
Harald Fretheim (ABB Oil, Gas and Chemical – Norway) and Sture Van De Moortel
(ABB Robotics and Motion Division, Drives – Switzerland).

Operating in explosive environments
Scott Saunders, CS Unitec Inc., USA.

Executing excavation operations
Kevin Lynch, Doosan Construction Equipment, UK.

World Pipelines' quarterly pipeline machinery focus, featuring ARDCO, Protem and Laurini.


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