Cygnus’ MK5 ultrasonic thickness (UT) gauges use S2C probes to enable its equipment to penetrate through up to 20 mm of coating.
Dylan White, Genscape, and John Coleman and Shelby Poncik, Wood Mackenzie, explore the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Canada-to-US supply chain.
World Pipelines’ Senior Editor, Elizabeth Corner, sat down with Jim Bramlett, Commercial Manager – North America at Tracerco, to discuss Tracerco’s article in World Pipelines.
World Pipelines’ Senior Editor, Elizabeth Corner, sat down with Karel Bockx, Division Manager of International Pipelines at Denys, to discuss Denys’ recent article in World Pipelines.
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.
James Rowley, Business Development Director, Connector Subsea Solutions AS, Norway asks, can you afford not to invest in the right EPRS for your pipeline?
Frank Lennon, Cathx Ocean, Ireland, discusses advances in subsea imaging technology that are designed to optimise the underwater survey process for pipeline inspections.
The July issue of World Pipelines includes a regional report on China and technical articles on repair and rehabilitation.
Dr. Hooman Peimani assesses the impact of the global decrease in energy demand on China’s midstream sector.
Tom Sanzillo and Suzanne Mattei, IEEFA, discuss the calling off of three major North American pipeline projects, and whether there is more on the horizon.
Christoph Ludescher, LCS Cable Cranes, Austria, describes the technical capabilities of the cable crane system for use in pipelaying in inaccessible areas.
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.