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July 2014

The July issue has strong editorial sections on pipeline construction and pipeline padding and insulation. The issue also includes articles on India’s pipeline industry, emergency response, buoyancy for subsea pipelines, and the question over whether you should buy or rent pipeline machinery.


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Contents

India's heart line to growth
India is preparing to enter an important new national grid expansion phase. David Hayes discusses new gas transmission pipeline construction schemes in the country.

Combating corrosion in India
India’s oil and gas assets are growing to meet the population’s energy demand. K.B. Singh, Seal for Life Industries, USA, discusses how corrosion is prevented on the country’s critical pipeline infrastructure.

Effective emergency response
Mark Carney, Sprint Pipeline Services, Primoris Energy Services, USA.

Rising to the challenge
Martin Tyler, IHC Merwede, the Netherlands.

Bags with benefits
Chris Sparrow, Unique Seaflex, UK.

Speeding up connections
Claire Kinloch, on behalf of Island GIS, UK.

Streamlined solutions
Konrad Preuninger and Markus Ginten, ROSEN, Germany.

A top priority
Jacqueline Onditi, Pentair Actuation & Controls platform.

A technology coming of age
Andrew Sutton, Managing Director, Katronic Technologies, UK.

A new dimension in pipelaying
Derrick Butterfield, Volvo Construction Equipment, Germany.

No stone left unturned
Darrin Cline, Vermeer, USA.

Buy or rent? Two choices, endless possibilities
Lycke Koersen, Maats Pipeline Equipment, the Netherlands.

Bring a little structure to your pipeline support
Meghan Connors, Operations Manager, PipeSak Inc., Canada.

Pipeline insulation, padding and more
Marco Laurini, Laurini, Italy.

Cracking the code
Dr. Mike Kirkwood, T.D. Williamson, USA.


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