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October 2016

The October issue of World Pipelines features several articles that introduce and demonstrate key welding and compressor technologies. The issue also includes World Pipelines’ annual flow Q&A and a regional report, which explores the economic and political position of the oil-dependent Middle East and Africa.


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Contents

Preparing for a turbulent flow
Ng Weng Hoong explains how the oil-dependent Middle East and Africa are set to face more economic pain and political turbulence in 2017.

Time-saving techniques
Matteo Dondeo, Euro Pipeline Equipment, Italy.

Lifting Mexico’s spirits
Todd Razor, Vacuworx, USA.

Ceasing corrosion with improved coatings
Dr. Martin Molberg, DENSO GmbH, Germany.

Moving with the times
Teresa Melfi, The Lincoln Electric Company, USA.

Putting the spark into welding
Dawn Rivera, PipeLine Machinery International, USA.

Brushing off corrosion complexities
Nigel Soulsby, Engineering Utilities, UK.

The success of a gas pipeline design
Rainer Kurz, Roman Zamotorin and Mat Lubomirsky, Solar Turbines Incorporated, USA.

Ensuring a balanced flow
Steve Bender, USA.

ILI and hydrostatic testing – mastering multitasking
Rusty Jackson, Quest Integrity, USA.

Precautionary pipeline principles
Neil Ferguson, Hydratight, USA.

The heat is still on...
David Case, Inductotherm Heating and Welding Ltd, UK.

World Pipelines' annual flow Q&A
Featuring Cameron, a Schlumberger company; Endress+Hauser; Honeywell; and Thermo Fisher Scientific.

Deepwater pipeline predictions
Krystal Alvarez, Wood Mackenzie, USA.

Anchoring down subsea pipeline repairs
Dale Millward, STATS Group, UK.

Keeping things under pressure
Gregory J. Drzewiecki and Todd Sale, WeldFit Energy Group, USA.


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