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February 2011

The February issue of World Pipelines begins with a report on how Europe and the Mediterranean is variously developing energy polices to rise further out of recession and create greater energy security. Other articles in this issue deal with the challenges of offshore pipelaying (ROPLAST, Fugro); methods for corrosion control (Hunter McDonnell, Neptune Research, Champion Technologies); and the art and science of welding (Serimax, Denso, United Piping).


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Contents

EU energy strategies
Dr. Hooman Peimani details the politics and prospects of the major pipeline projects under construction in Europe and the Mediterranean.

Extreme challenges in harsh conditions
Michael Magerstaedt and Gunther Blitz, ROPLAST, Germany.

Inspection down under
Robert Mueller, Fugro Survey Pty Ltd, Australia.

The Reindeer shore crossing project
Simon van Boesschoten, Lead Engineer and Tom Seeber, Senior Engineer, Atteris Pty Ltd, Australia.

Into the future
Shamus McDonnell, Jim Hunter and Chijioke Ukiwe, Hunter McDonnell Pipeline Services Inc., Canada.

Polymer progress
Matt Green and Chris Lazzara, Neptune Research, Inc. (NRI), USA.

From comprehension to cure
Colin Cathrea, Champion Technologies.

The start of a new era
Olivier Jouffron, Welding Engineering Manager, Serimax NSA.

Clever composites
Thomas Rehberg and Michael Schad, DENSO GMBH, Germany.

Working with long sleeves
Jeanne Lamb, on behalf of United Piping Inc., USA.

The Italian job
Jose Luna, Americas Oil & Gas Market Manager, International Paint LLC.

A major milestone
Roberto Gozálvez, Business Development Director, Socotherm, Argentina.


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