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November 2020

The November issue of World Pipelines features a report on midstream infrastructure and investment, with a focus on the UKCS, and technical articles on flow management, geospatial technologies, and pipeline construction. Also included in the issue is our annual Pigging Q&A, featuring contributions from PIPECARE Group and TSC Subsea.

This month's front cover is brought to you by Denso.


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Contents


Included in the November issue:
The Coatings & Corrosion 2020 supplement - view your free issue here.


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Is the UK OK?
Mohammed Chunara, Principal, Upstream Risk Intelligence, considers how E&P companies are increasingly turning to midstream infrastructure to finance developments.

Stopping the spread in control rooms
Whitney Vandiver, NuGen Automation, USA.

Saving lives at sea
Martin Petricic and Gareth Burton, American Bureau of Shipping, with Rear Admiral Joyce Johnson DO MA, US Public Health Service (Ret).

Innovating for offshore pipelines in 2021
Pierre-Emmanuel d’Huart, Head of Offshore R&D Engineering, and Giorgio Arcangeletti, R&D Dept. Manager – Fano Engineering Hub, Saipem, Italy.

A united front
Barak Perelman, Tenable, Israel.

The only way is up
Anna Pieper, TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory, UK.

Is data really the 'new oil'?
Michael Smith, ROSEN Group, UK.

Pigging Q&A
Featuring PIPECARE Group and TSC Subsea

A pipeliner's toolbox
Simon Bell, iNPIPE PRODUCTS, UK.

Safety from factory to field
Paula Bell, Vacuworx, USA.

Handling things better
Shawn Lowman, Pipeline Equipment Solutions, USA.

How to close the data gap
Jenn Said, on behalf of Viewpoint.

Injecting new life into old pipelines
Dr Basab Bhattacharya, Singapore, and Dr Louise Barron, UK, Element Materials Technology.


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