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Anchors make buoyancy a thing of the past

Jeff Curnick, Platipus Anchors Limited, UK, explains the application of percussion driven earth anchors as a solution for pipeline buoyancy in a range of challenging locations.

Probability x cost = risk

James Rowley, Business Development Director, Connector Subsea Solutions AS, Norway asks, can you afford not to invest in the right EPRS for your pipeline?


A subsea revolution

Frank Lennon, Cathx Ocean, Ireland, discusses advances in subsea imaging technology that are designed to optimise the underwater survey process for pipeline inspections.


 

King of the slopes

Christoph Ludescher, LCS Cable Cranes, Austria, describes the technical capabilities of the cable crane system for use in pipelaying in inaccessible areas.

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Control from the edge

Denka Wangdi at Emerson’s machine automation solutions business, USA, examines how edge controllers can help pipeline operators modernise and improve their systems by adding new capabilities.


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Survival in the desert

Matteo Dondeo, Euro Pipeline Equipment S.p.A., Italy, discusses the key features of equipment used for a challenging pipelaying operation in the deserts of Kuwait.

Overcoming the outback

Frank Tudor, Jemena, Australia, addresses the challenges of developing gas pipeline infrastructure across vast distances, difficult terrains and climates, such as in Australia.

Switch it up

John Bollinger, Farwest Corrosion Control, USA, explores the benefits of switch-mode power supply developments for cathodic protection solutions.