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October 2010

The October issue begins with a detailed analysis of the Middle East and, in particular, how Iran, Saudi Arabia and Iraq could threaten international energy security. Elsewhere in the issue, Bernard debunks some welding equipment myths, Wood Group discuss handling all that pipeline data your system provides, and Tesmec presents excavating techniques for hard rock.


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Contents

Casting shadows
Ng Weng Hoong explains how Iran, Saudi Arabia and Iraq are threatening the world’s long-term energy security.

Ready for takeoff
Cindy Verhoeven, Dhatec, the Netherlands.

Developing the matrix
Jan van der Ent and Niels Portzgen, Applus RTD, the Netherlands and Garrett Atkins and Joshua Sleigh, ExxonMobil Development Co., USA.

Mythbusting
Andy Monk, Product Manager, Bernard Welding Equipment.

Welding well
Giacomo Bandera, SALP SpA & WGS Srl, Italy.

How to handle data
Allison Low & Mason Linden, Wood Group Integrity Management, Australia.

Safety in the frame
Alain Wald, Hydratight Business Leader - Europe, Middle East & Africa.

A project to be proud of
Gerben Postma, Boskalis Offshore, the Netherlands.

Viscous-elastic fantastic
Leo van Beugen, Kleiss & Co. BV, the Netherlands.

Innovative excavation
Ing. Flavio Villa, Product Technology Manager - Trencher Division, Tesmec S.p.A., Italy.

Gas or electric?
Rich Frogge and Venky Krishnan, Direct Drive Systems, Inc., USA.


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