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February 2018

The February issue features articles on an array of topics, such as EPC, bevelling and cutting, optimising pipeline flow, cleaning pigs and more. This issue also includes World Pipelines’ first ever Heavy Equipment Review, along with a regional report on Russia.

Next issue:
(March 2018)

Integrity & inspection
Pipeline corrosion
Equipment & machinery
Intelligent pigging
HDD Q&A
Construction projects
Plastic pipe
Valves & pumps review


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Contents

Safely does it
Valery Degtev, Chief Engineer, Transneft Diascan JSC, Russia, explains how to operate pipelines safely, with a particular focus on Russian pipeline systems.

Data: a mission critical asset
Craig Harclerode, OSIsoft, USA.

Making the most of Big Data
Richard Irwin, Bentley Systems, UK.

Tracking pipeline assets
Greg Edds, JPL RFID, USA.

Heavy Equipment Review
World Pipelines' first ever heavy equipment feature.

Plasma use on the line
Michelle Avila, Hypertherm Inc., USA.

A competitive edge
Maria Cartier, PFERD INC., USA.

Precision welding in motion
David Freeman (USA) and Steve Peters (USA), Lincoln Electric Company.

Opening the door to greater productivity
Scott McDonald, Senior HDPE & Frac Specialist, Victaulic.

Girth weld joints and corrosion: a simple solution
H. Peters, CHLOR RID International, Inc., USA.

Testing for holidays
David J. Barnes, Elcometer Limited, UK.

A compressor construction checklist
Arnold Eisenstein, UniversalPegasus International, USA.

A change from gas to oil
Dana Vilsack, Sulzer, USA.

Mastering calibration methods
Eveline Janse, Everlution, the Netherlands.

Reducing drag to boost capacity
Ted McKeehan and Bill Ma, Optum Energy Solutions, USA.


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