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November 2011

The November issue of World Pipelines includes a major feature on valve actuators, with articles from Paladon Systems, Rotork and Emerson Process. Both Endress+Hauser and NEL, UK discuss flow metering, Nexans describes how to prevent subsea damage, and Jee explains the importance of engineer training.


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Contents

IPLOCA news
News from the 45th Annual International Pipe Line and Offshore Contractors Association (IPLOCA) Convention, which was held in Beijing 12 - 16 September.

Eastern promise
Ng Weng Hoong reveals West Africa’s pro-China tilt in superpower rivalry as Gaddafi loses grip in Libya.

Weighing in on new lifting technology
Todd Razor, on behalf of Vacuworx, USA.

Measuring for custody
Jerry Stevens, Endress+Hauser, Inc., and Michael Keilty, Endress+Hauser Flowtec, USA.

Transporting heavy oil
Christopher Mills and Craig Marshall, NEL, UK.

Safely does it
Klaus Berke, GE Energy, USA.

Peace of mind
Simon Bishop and Matt Wilson, Subsea Technologies, Tracerco, UK.

30 years of valve automation
Brian Ennever, Managing Director, Paladon Systems Ltd.

Actuators, actually
Mark Clark, on behalf of Rotork, UK.

Pressure power
Mike McQuade, Emerson Process, USA.

Quality wins
Polysoude, France.

Safe from subsea damage
Audun Haglo, Nexans Project Engineer for DEH systems.

Filling the gap
Jenny Matthew, Head of Courses, Jee, UK.


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