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October 2011

The October issue of World Pipelines includes a major feature on landfalls and shore approaches, with project stories and technology updates from Land & Marine, Boskalis Offshore and OES. Both Wasco and Champion discuss coatings; Tata Steel writes about pushing materials specifications for modern linepipe; and Weatherford introduces its new line of ultrasonic inline inspection pigs.


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Contents

A line in the oilsands
Gordon Cope explains that Canadian pipelines must be nimble to handle both the opportunities and the challenges that are arising.

Fulfilling India’s energy needs
Surender K Sharma, Head of Pipelines, Punj Lloyd Ltd, India.

Check, track and trace
Ing. Cindy Verhoeven and Ir. van Assema, Dhatec, the Netherlands.

Landfalls: why not take a different approach?
Tim Ley, Land & Marine, UK.

Paving the way for the ‘big boys’
Bas van Bemmelen, Boskalis Offshore, the Netherlands.

Shallow successes
John Lincoln, OES Companies International.

Key coatings contracts
Bernard Guisol, Wasco Energy Group.

The importance of pipeline integrity [part two]
Daniel E. Powell, Principal Engineer, Williams Midstream, and Robert H. Winters, Senior Pipeline Specialist, Champion Technologies, USA.

A new class of pigs
S. Panteleymonov and A. Smirnov, Russia, and P. Whitwell, UK, Weatherford P&SS.

Paradigm shift
Martin Connelly, Technical Manager, Tata Steel.

The steel collar
Hans-Joachim de la Camp, Authorised Pipeline Inspector and Head of the Pipelines Department, TÜV SÜD Industrie Service GmbH, Germany.

Thinking outside the pipe
Mark Stone, Integrity Support Services Manager, Sonomatic, UK.

Underwater: new NDT
Graham R Edwards, Consultant - TWI NDT Group.


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