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February 2016

The February issue provides an update on Central Asia’s geopolitical conflicts and its affect on oil and gas pipelines, highlights methods of protecting pipeline data, explores cathodic protection and potential corrosion on oil and gas pipelines, and discusses numerous flow management solutions.


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Contents

The battle for Central Asia
Central Asia’s strategic value grows amid escalating geopolitical conflicts, explains Ng Weng Hoong.

Shedding light on dual powder systems
Charles Zhou and Meghan Hodge, Axalta Coating Systems, Powder Coatings, USA.

Evolving CP practices
Len J. Krissa, Enbridge Pipelines Inc., Canada and Christophe Baeté, Elsyca n.v., Belgium.

Not just a walk along the ROW
Ted Huck, MATCOR Inc., USA.

ILI data at the click of a button
Igor Mahkin and Andy Glover, Associated Technology Pipeline Ltd, UK.

Trending drones
Jack Behar, Samollet, USA.

I'm pickin' up bad vibrations
Neil Parkinson, AVT Reliability, UK.

Free span threats
Graham Wilson, Jee Ltd, UK.

Providing problematic pipeline protection
Jason Tieman, Oceaneering Maritime Operations, PortVision, USA.

Components to a comprehensive subsea PIMS
Tara Podnar McMahan and Jorge Suarez PhD, DNV GL, North America.

Maintaining reliable meters
Bart Winters and Seshasai Yesantharao, Honeywell Process Solutions.

Flow management starts with pumps
Wally Baker, Emerson Process Management, Rosemount, USA.

Maintaining flow around the globe
Alan Robinson, Arc Energy Resources, UK.

Fibre optic is here
Dr. Chris Minto and Dr. Alastair Godfrey, OptaSense, UK.

Is your pipeline piggable?
Paul Westwood, Penspen.

Advising on HSE integration

Alan Fowler (Singapore) and Adelya Pavlenko (UK), Ramboll Environ.

Up to the challenge
Derrick Butterfield, Volvo Construction Equipment, Germany.


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