The August issue of World Pipelines includes a regional report on Australasia and technical articles on pipeline equipment, steels and welding. The issue also features our annual Contractors’ Directory: a chance to catch up with oil and gas contractors working on pipeline projects all over the world.
This month’s front cover is brought to you by Worldwide Machinery
A re-imagined future
In the context of a challenging few months for the energy industry, Dr Hooman Peimani examines Australasia’s oil and gas sector, and the fate of the region’s ongoing midstream projects.
Machinery for every occasion
Dawn Otero, PipeLine Machinery International, USA.
The new kid on the pipelaying block
Rodrigo Konda and Lars-Inge Larsson, Volvo Construction Equipment, Sweden.
How to handle the heat
Sharon Shaw, Tusker Industrial Safety, UK.
Follow the most perfect path
Isaac Hall, Lake Superior Consulting, USA.
Probability x cost = risk
James Rowley, Business Development Director, Connector Subsea Solutions AS, Norway.
Waiting in the wings
Scott Brend, Subsea Innovation Ltd, UK.
A promising future
Chip Edwards and Tommy Precht, Allan Edwards, USA.
Breaking down AC corrosion
Henry Osabohien CEng, Technical Support Department (Pipeline), ADNOC Onshore Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Lars Vikström, LKAB Minerals, Sweden.
Featuring Novarc Technologies and Sawyer Manufacturing Company.
Ensuring control of pig tracking
Jim Bramlett, Tracerco, UK.
Making the most of downtime
Barry Rust, Tata Steel, UK.
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