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September 2018

The September issue provides a regional focus on Canada and features technical articles on pipeline drones, subsea inspection, pipe connections and more. The issue also has a Steels Q&A and a Pipeline Machinery Review.


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Contents

Stuck between a rock and a hard place
As Canada’s production evolves, so does its pipeline network – and its pipeline woes, shows Gordon Cope.

Adding more to your leak detection programme
Michael Twomey, Atmos International, UK.

Subsea pipeline repairs
Luis D’Angelo and Mohsen Shavandi, DNV GL USA Inc., USA.

Bubbles for buoyancy
Bob Kelly, Trelleborg Applied Technologies, USA.

Pilot in training
Andy McAra, Forum Energy Technologies, UK.

Connecting the dots subsea
Drummond Lawson, Subsea Technologies Ltd, UK.

Crucial connections
James Rowley, Hydratight, UK.

Steels Q&A

A specific fill for a specific weld
Robert Bischof, voestalpine Böhler Welding, Austria and USA.

The gas path leads to power
Ng Weng Hoong.

Sometimes more is more
Barret Roulston and Jeff Fleming, ROSEN, Canada.

Perfect pipe repair
Ian Taylor, Neptune Research Incorporated University (NRIU) Director UK & Eastern Hemisphere.

Eyes in the sky
James Cranswick, NATS, UK, and Nick Rogers, Sky-Futures, UK.

Detecting underground oil leaks from the air
Eric Bergeron, FlyScan Systems Inc., Canada.

Pipeline machinery review

Next issue: October 2018
Welding case studies
Preventing corrosion
Planning & construction
SCADA systems
Pipe bevelling & cutting
River crossings
Integrity & sensing
Pig review


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