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May 2010

The May issue includes a special focus feature on Canada, with a report by Ng Weng Hoong that addresses the situation facing Canada’s oilsands producers. The issue also includes articles on data management, unconventional gas transportation and cleaning pigs. In addition, a keynote article from RSK Group explains how sustainability challenges in the pipeline industry can be met innovatively and efficiently.


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Contents

Which way to turn?
Ng Weng Hoong explains why Canada’s oilsands producers are at crossroads, as Asia beckons while US snub grows.

Why design for the full pressure?
Carlos Sicilia, Kevin Williams and Mehrdad Mansour, KW Ltd, UK.

In the pipeline
Bill Inglis, National Pipes Product Manager, Bluescope Pipeline Supplies, Australia.

Performance is everything
Morten Kristiansen, Energy Solutions International, USA.

The electric field
Kjell Wold, Emerson Process Management, Norway.

Laser sharp validation
Tom Taylor and Darren Hill, SmartPIPE Technologies, Canada.

Sensitive ultrasonics
Frank Fromm, Siemens Industry Automation, USA.

The economics of CO2 transportation
Mark Bohm, Suncor Energy.

An unconventional technology challenge
David Liddle, Operations Director, ITF (Industry Technology Facilitator), UK.

Managing the strain
Richard Freeman, Corus Tubes Energy, UK.

More peaceful pigging
Claudio Zanghi Ghizzoni S.P.A., Italy.

The next level of closure technology
Mike Hester, Michael Chiles and Saeed Akhund, R&M Energy Systems, USA.

Internal innovation
(Author), CRTS, USA.

Sustainability pays
Ruth Allen, RSK Group plc, UK.

Stetland support
Jim Bell, FoundOcean, UK.

Machinery review
Hydratight, UK.


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