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December 2016

The December issue of World Pipelines includes several articles that introduce and consider pipeline integrity and sensing, rehabilitation and retrofit, and much more. Along with World Pipelines’ quarterly pipeline machinery review, the issue also features a regional report, which provides a review of the 2016 global oil and gas pipeline industry.

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2016: a challenging year?
Dr. Hooman Peimani provides a review of the oil and gas pipeline industry, focusing on key projects, including Nord Stream 2, Dakota Access and the Trans Adriatic pipeline.

The eye in the sky
Jan Ridder, Sven van Haver and Marcel Kaufmann, Orbital Eye, the Netherlands.

Dogs detecting gas leaks
Bart Wauterickx and Kristof Verwaest, The Sniffers, Belgium.

Drawing a line in the sand
Marc Laing, NEL, UK.

Getting to grips with pipe repairs
Ray Martinez, RAM-100, USA.

Replace or repair?
Elaine Maruca, The Pipe Line Development Company (PLIDCO), USA.

Reasons and remedies for a pipeline seam rupture
A. K. Tewari and S. S. Gupta, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd., India.

Customising automated solutions
Louis Dicaire, AGT Robotics (Canada) and Ian McLaren, ESAB (England).

Introducing induction heating
Steve Latvis, Miller Electric Mfg. Co., USA.

Innovation drives growth
Nathan Muncaster, Polyguard Products, USA.

Combating corrosion in aggressive environments
Peter Stones, Sandvik, UK.

Solid as a rock
Martyn Campbell, Jee Ltd, UK.

To pre-trench or to post-trench?
Peter Ivicevich and Tom Seeber, Atteris LLC, USA.

World Pipelines' quarterly pipeline machinery focus featuring SICIM.

Can you afford not to go digital?
Diego Comina, GE Oil & Gas, Italy.

Compressor lubrication: challenges and solutions
Ayman Ali, ExxonMobil, Czech Republic.

SEMPs – simple solutions
Amin Almasi.

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