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January 2017

World Pipelines’ January issue kicks off the year with an array of topics, featuring articles on integrity, HDD and coatings, as well as a regional report on Asia and Australasia. This issue also sees the return of World Pipelines’ annual welding Q&A, quarterly pipeline machinery review, and introduces the magazine’s first ever pig review!


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Contents

Slower growth ahead
Ng Weng Hoong explains how higher oil prices since early 2016 have weighed on Asia and Australasia’s slowing economy.

Geotechnical application advancements
Matt Hugg, Rhino Linings Corporation, USA.

Drilling under the Danube River
Ernst Fengler, LMR Drilling GmbH, Germany.

Determining defected morphologies
Rick Desaulniers and Mark Olson (Entegra, USA) along with Rachel Sorrentino (Lake Superior Consulting LLC, USA).

World Pipelines' first ever pipeline pig review
Featuring Osborn, Applus+ RTD, Sonomatic and Clock Spring.

Let's talk about pipe vibration
Dr. Matt Straw (Norton Straw Consultants, UK) and Alex Read (Siemens PLM Software, USA).

Making the invisible visible
Michael Rapp, ROSEN Group, Germany.

Got to start somewhere
Bob Ell, Honeywell Process Solutions, Canada.

Maintaining a steady flow
Lisette Valstar, NMi Euroloop, the Netherlands.

World Pipelines' annual welding Q&A
Featuring Automatic Welding Services S.L., ControlPoint, Lonestar Automated Welding and Otto Arc.

Removing residual surface salts
Harry Peters, Chlor Rid, USA.

A not-so-simple case of pipeline isolation
Emily Perkins, T.D. Williamson, USA.

World Pipelines' quarterly pipeline machinery focus featuring Mathey Dearman


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