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May 2016

The May issue of World Pipelines includes a China regional roundup; articles on software and data management and field joint coatings; a focus on pipeline steels; and three technical pieces on pipeline valves and the prevention of leaks.


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Contents

China's energy mix
Dr. Hooman Peimani explores China’s energy market, and how its oil and gas imports have been affected by new land-based pipeline projects.

Telecommunications for TANAP
Gavin Doyle, ABB Principal Telecommunication Solutions Consultant, UK.

Linking it all up
Tony Brayford, Rockwell Automation, USA.

Connecting the dots
Paul Vellacott and Bob Ell, Honeywell Process Solutions, UK.

Automated FJC technology
Shawn Doyle and Jarrod Shugg, Shawcor Company Canusa-CPS, Canada.

Advancing epoxies
Jim Banach, Specialty Polymer Coatings Inc., Canada.

Diagnosing dewatering issues
Joe Hockberger and Mark Wertzberger, Mi-Con (a division of Michels Corporation), USA.

Prioritising pipeline standardisation
Kristian Markegård and Ali Mirzaee-Sisan, DNV GL – Oil & Gas.

A pretty sour service
Christoph Kalwa and Hans Georg Hillenbrand, EUROPIPE GmbH, Germany, with Christoph Bosch, Salzgitter Mannesmann Forschung GmbH, Germany.

World Pipelines' welding Q&A
Featuring CRC-Evans, Magnatech and Serimax.

Multi-purpose pipeline mapping
C. Joseph and J. Kench, Prime Horizontal, the Netherlands.

World Pipelines' quarterly pipeline machinery focus featuring Vermeer.

Sensing pipeline leaks
Karmjit Sidhu, TE Connectivity, USA.

Reducing risks and avoiding leaks
Olav Brakstad, ClampOn, Norway.

Reducing the impact of corrosion
Ed Hall, Oxifree Global, UK.


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