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July 2010

The July issue of World Pipelines begins with a regional report on pipeline construction in the USA, which analyses the factors that are causing growth in the industry - a must-read for pipeline contractors. This month we focus on tracking: S3 ID writes about tracking personnel on-site; and Hunter McDonnell describes the art of the professional pig tracker. Elsewhere in the issue, learn about pipeline bending equipment; the importance of drying pipelines before commissioning; and keeping the right-of-way of the pipeline safe.


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Contents

Building on success
Gordon Cope explains how new construction in the US is being driven by new sources.

Sophistication in insulation
Laith Amin, Group Business Development Manager, AGC, Australia.

Redefining bending equipment
Jeff Scoville, Director of Engineering, CRC-Evans Pipeline International.

Location, location, location
Dr. Charlotte Richardson, S3 ID, UK.

Keeping track
Mike Krywko P.Eng., Hunter McDonnell Pipeline Services Inc., Canada.

The importance of drying pipelines
Martin Skjødt, General Director, TM Pipeline Service ApS, Denmark.

The coating of a century for a century
Chris O. Smith, President, Lone Star Specialties, USA.

The right way
Enbridge Pipelines Inc., Canada.

NDT for PE pipe liners
Exova, UK, discuss the NDT inspection of PE butt fusion welds.

Multi-talented - a product focus
Gräbener’s roll plate bending machines can transform plates to pipes and cones without changing rolls.


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