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July 2015

The July issue features an India regional report; technical focus on cleaning pigs and pipelaying vessels; a pipeline coatings Q&A session and a look at the use of GIS technologies in the pipeline industry.


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Contents

Contents

India: a bright future?
The oil price collapse helped Prime Minister Modi’s flying start in India, but will it last? Ng Weng Hoong discusses.

Pioneering the way forward
Sharon Roe, Waschuk Pipe Line Construction, Canada.

Mitigating disasters
Chris Cashmore, SPX Bolting Systems, UK.

The pigging mission
Bruce Knowlton, CDI, USA, Apache Pipeline Products, Canada.

The cleaning campaign
John Mundy, Project & Lead Design Engineer, Pipeline Engineering, UK.

Breaking with tradition
Neil Johnston, Aubin, UK.

World Pipelines' coatings Q&A
Featuring CRC-Evans, Jotun A/S and EUROPIPE Group.

The science behind production
Colin Thurston, Thermo Fisher Scientific, UK.

The rise of big data
Paul Vellacott, Honeywell Process Solutions, Australia.

Providing advanced solutions
Andrew Scherfenberg, Dyna Torque Technologies Inc., USA.

Digital evolution
Edward Nugent, PcVue, Inc., USA.

Pieces of the puzzle
James H. Anspach, P.G. of Cardno, Inc. and ASCE’s Energy Division (USA).

Wireless talking points
Jim Skillings, Vice President, Commercial Products, DeLorme, USA.

Pipeline paradise
Unconventional resources have created a flurry of midstream activity, as Gordon Cope explains.

Pipelay: looking to the future
Martin Tyler, IHC Merwede, UK.

Measure, mark and fit-up
Hugh Davies, Client Solutions Director at OMS Ltd., UK.


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