The May issue includes a regional report on Canada’s oil and gas industry, as well as an array of technical articles focused on inspection, offshore operations, corrosion control, pre-commissioning and more.
Gordon Cope explores some of the challenges holding back Canada’s oil and gas industry, from public opposition to the rising costs of key pipeline projects.
The DOE and DOT drafted a report to Congress investigating crude oil characterisation, following the high-profile accidents in 2013 - 2014 involving movement of crude by rail.
In the latest issue of World Pipelines, we asked several companies to answer some questions in relation to coatings.
EIA has analysed how low liquidity and limited available storage pushed WTI crude oil futures prices below zero.
The April issue of World Pipelines is now available online! This issue features fantastic technical articles, case studies and regional reports.
Martin Durcik, Sander Hofstee and Frits Doddema, MONTI-Werkzeuge GmbH, Germany, detail the pipe surface preparation of a field joint coating project in Europe, with the team involved throughout the process.
Gordon Cope discusses the fortunes of the Gulf of Mexico’s oil and gas industry. For decades it has gone from strength to strength, but will its successful run last?
In the oil and gas industry, those charged with corrosion prevention and control can find the latest in coatings and corrosion technology, standards and expertise in one place, CORROSION 2020.
Interpipe has undertaken analysis on how drilling conditions influence pipe production, and developed a line of connections for severe drilling conditions.