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April 2018

The April issue features our annual Offshore Technology Review, which showcases offshore pipeline technology from around the world. The issue also includes articles on black powder removal, choosing the right ILI tool and subsea welding.

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The Gulf is great again
The US Gulf of Mexico is once again back in the limelight with significant increases in production, explains Gordon Cope, but how long will it last?

From the Arctic Circle to around the world
David Högnelid, LKAB Minerals, Sweden.

Peeling back coating layers one at a time
Dr. Jeffrey David Rogozinski, Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine Coatings, USA.

Offshore initiatives
Iain Grainger, Global Vice President – Commercial, McDermott, UK.

A better habitat
Hot-Hed International.

Challenging conventions in welding management
Vesa Tiilikka, Kemppi, Finland.

Capturing contamination with magnetic technology
Kimberley Simonson, Black Powder Solutions, Canada.

Offshore Technology Review

Victorious vessels
Mario Figueira, Halliburton, Brazil.

Offline internal inspection in the Czech Republic
Ale Brynych, CEPS a.s., Czech Republic.

Stock or pre-cleaned pipe, that is the question
Luca Reinhart, Reinhart Hydrocleaning SA, Switzerland.

Using a cruise missile to swat a fly?
Martin Stuvik, Dacon Inspection Services, Thailand.

Crack detectives
Rogelio Jesus Guajardo, NDT Global, Germany.

Dreams beyond the Caribbean
Ria Slater, Slater Marine and Shipping Ltd., Trinidad and Tobago.

ART can't be stopped by coatings
Rolf Spørkel and Simon Penlington, Halfwave, Norway.

Underwater welding in Myanmar
AJ Jain, Kreuz Subsea, Singapore.

More than models
Kelci Martinsen, 2G Robotics, Canada.

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