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ptc 2021 moves to fully virtual

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Given the medical imperatives of our time, the 16th Pipeline Technology Conference, initially planned as a hybrid event, will morph into an online-only event.

"We had already anticipated this scenario at the beginning of our planning and are now well prepared to provide the participants and exhibitors with an online opportunity that will emulate the success factors of the ptc in Berlin, only virtually," says EITEP Institute President Dr. Klaus Ritter.

The virtual ptc will take place from 15-18 March 2021, and will once again feature an exhibition with virtual booths and sponsors in addition to the extensive conference programme. Networking among participants and with speakers and exhibitors will be possible at various levels.

 

 

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World Pipelines’ January 2021 issue

The January 2021 issue kicks off the year with a regional report focusing on pipelines in the USA, in which Gordon Cope analyses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the US oil and gas sector. The issue also includes articles on decarbonisation, inline inspection, corrosion prevention and offshore welding. Don’t miss the Pigging Q&A on p.31!

Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/29012021/ptc-2021-moves-to-fully-virtual/

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