Frank Tudor, Jemena, Australia, addresses the challenges of developing gas pipeline infrastructure across vast distances, difficult terrains and climates, such as in Australia.
Lydia graduated from the University of Leeds with a BSc Geography degree in 2016 and then travelled extensively across the US and southern Asia. She joined Palladian Publications in February 2018 and is now Deputy Editor for World Pipelines.
Outside of work, Lydia enjoys photography, wild camping and reading.
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Latest articles by Lydia
John Bollinger, Farwest Corrosion Control, USA, explores the benefits of switch-mode power supply developments for cathodic protection solutions.
The EIA forecasts US crude oil production to fall in 2020 and 2021 as efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 continue to affect demand and prices.
In light of the consequences of COVID-19 and global market volatility, the 23rd World Petroleum Congress has been postponed to 2021.