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May 2013

The May issue includes: a Russia regional report; technical articles on GIS/GPS, Field joint coatings and trenchless technology; plus insight into risk assessment for pipeline projects in remote areas.


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Contents

Looking East
Dr. Hooman Peimani gives an overview of Russia’s oil and gas pipeline plans as the behemoth looks to expanding markets in Asia.

Analysing what’s below
Jon Culbertson, Global Commercial Director, Thermo Fisher Scientific and Colin Thurston, Director of Product Strategy, Process Industries, Thermo Fisher Scientific.

Navigation in the North Pole
Charles Barnwell, GIS Manager, Michael Baker Jr. Corporation, USA.

So much more than a map
Deborah Davis, IDV Solutions, USA.

Detection flying high
Adrian Banica, President and CEO, Synodon Inc., Canada.

Factory or field? Seeking the same standards
Pascal Laferriere and Bob Buchanan, Canusa-CPS, a division of ShawCor, Canada.

Forward-looking field joint coating
David Jackson, Head of Technical Services, Pipeline Induction Heat Ltd, UK.

Laser scanning for the 21st Century
Darren Hill, CEO, IPL Technologies, North America.

Genetic engineering
Mark Elliott, Global Business Development Manager; Rick Desaulniers, Technology Applications Manager; and Stuart Jones, District Manager for Baker Hughes Process and Pipeline Services (PPS).

Catch ‘em while they’re small
Tim Ross, Program Manager, Oil & Gas Division, Pure Technologies Ltd, USA.

Safety without borders
Magnus McEwen-King, CEO, OptaSense, a QinetiQ company, UK.

Undercover equipment
Alan Goodman, National Sales Manager, HammerHead Trenchless Equipment, USA.

Method for success
Diana Pfeff, Herrenknecht AG, Germany.

When the going gets tough
Dr. Hans-Joachim Bayer, Tracto-Technik GmbH & CO KG, Germany.

World Pipelines' pipeline machinery review
Featuring ALLU and Ditch Witch.


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