The May issue includes a regional report on Canada’s oil and gas industry, as well as an array of technical articles focused on inspection, offshore operations, corrosion control, pre-commissioning and more. The issue also features a Pipeline Machinery Review, with contributions from several companies.
This month's front cover is brought to you by MISTRAS Group.
There can be no winner.
With updates on pipeline repair works, asset sales, and progress of the Great Lakes Tunnel Project and Baltic Pipe Project.
One goal: maximising potential
Gordon Cope explores some of the challenges holding back Canada’s oil and gas industry, from public opposition to the rising costs of key pipeline projects.
Integration is the new norm
Adam Reale, Alex Knittel, and Grant Cooper, MISTRAS Group, USA.
Managing the EPC-PMC matrix
Joachim Schlor, Petra Zelenicka and Moritz Wagner, ILF Consulting Engineers, Germany.
Graham Jack, Halliburton, UK.
It's time to clean
Simon Bell, iNPIPE PRODUCTS, UK.
Switch it up
John Bollinger, Farwest Corrosion Control, USA.
Filter out the problem
David Taylor, CECO Environmental, USA.
Looking beneath the surface
David Engel and Scott Williams, Nexo Solutions, Amine Optimization Division, USA.
A piece of the offshore action
Dmitry Vorobiev, Subsea 7, UK.
The sat nav of subsea surveys
Gautier Dreyfus, Forssea Robotics, iXblue and Vallourec, France.
A digital inspector
Tavis Letherby, CCC (Underwater Engineering) S.A.L., UAE.
Toughening up on testing
Olivier Ravier and Andy Barron, Element Materials Technology, UK.
Up to the challenge
Robert Bischof, voestalpine Böhler Welding Austria GmbH, Austria.
Pipeline Machinery Review
Cernos Oy, Darby Equipment and Worldwide Machinery.
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