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April 2023

The April 2023 issue of World Pipelines includes a keynote section on compliance and standards, and technical articles on damage and defect assessment, pipeline maintenance and offshore operations.

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On the path to zero
To achieve our safety goals, we need to thoroughly study lower consequence events to learn from past mistakes, says Sara Lyons, Pipeline Accident Investigator, National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), USA.

Managing the Mega Rule
Dr James Dean, CEO, Plastometrex, UK, introduces a novel tool for pipeline integrity management programmes and Mega Rule compliance.

Meeting a range of requirements
By working with the end user, product designs can be offered to meet a wide variety of specifications, thereby streamlining project acceptance, says Morgan Sledd, Stark Solutions, USA.

Flexible or rigid: the big debate
Roberta Pires, Flexible Pipe Systems Early Engagement Director, Baker Hughes.

Analysing ILI tools
Lance Wethey, Technical Solutions Specialist, ROSEN, USA.

NDT: the ticket to pipeline damage assessment
Danny Keck, President, American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) and Independent Inspection, USA.

Inspect the unexpected
Sylvain Cornu, Electromagnetic Engineer, NDT Global.

Looking above for the answers below
Abhinandan Arya, Vice President, Head of Technology – Solutions, Synspective Inc., Japan.

Automating data collection
Tom Krikke, Commercial Director, HiberHilo, Netherlands.

Dye as detection?
Kevin Parker, Managing Director, OceanTools Ltd, UK.

Leading the way in asset integrity management
Garry Kidd, Managing Director, Wellube, UAE.

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