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Linde set to showcase its range of pipeline and plant capabilities at PPIM

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Linde LLC will be showcasing its broad range of plant turnaround, MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) and pipeline service capabilities at this year's Pipeline Pigging & Integrity Management (PPIM) Conference to be held at the George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, Texas, 27 February - 2 March 2017, booth #1024.

"Linde's turnkey industrial services offer a quick, cost-effective way to safely and accurately meet plant and pipeline service needs," said Leslie Waller, Head of Chemistry, Energy and Environment Industry. "Our services range from testing, pigging and drying to leak detection and plant turnarounds."

Linde recently expanded its Industrial Nitrogen Services business into the Gulf Coast from a new facility located in Texas, complementing its Northeast capabilities located in Pennsylvania. "These two locations allow Linde to provide services to customers in the two major areas of activity in the US – gas production in the Northeast and gas processing and refining in Texas and Louisiana," Waller said.

For plant turnaround, MRO services and pipeline projects, Linde offers an industry leading nitrogen plant position with its vast network of air separation plants across the US, along with high rate nitrogen pumper trucks, 4000 gal. nitrogen mini transport trucks and 16 000 gal. nitrogen portable storage vessels. "This capability allows Linde to support projects of any size in any terrain or any industrial environment, creating an efficient and cost-effective solution," Waller said.

Conference attendees are also invited to discuss a new set of sophisticated, low cost tools and technologies that Linde engineers are developing to help midstream operators optimise their integrity and maintenance programmes while ensuring the safety and reliability of pipeline infrastructure. "The cost effective technologies we are developing come with a set of unique advantages," said Naveed Aslam, Head of Chemistry & Environmental Application Technology for Linde Americas. "These include lowering leak detection and pigging costs, providing solutions for unpiggable pipelines, increasing the effectiveness of purging operations and providing cutting edge, AI-based predictive tools."

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