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World Pipelines - June 2024

World Pipelines - June 2024

The June 2024 issue of World Pipelines includes a keynote section on hydrogen pipeline transport, in which Contributing Editor Gordon Cope offers a broad look at the global hydrogen pipeline market, and Atmos International discusses modelling pure hydrogen pipelines. Also in the issue: technical articles on subsea survey, pigging tool performance, HDD operations for the Trans Mountain Expansion project, and more.
 
 

World Pipelines - May 2024

World Pipelines - May 2024

The May 2024 issue of World Pipelines features our annual focus on pipelines in extreme environments (hear from Michels, Vacuworx, and RMI). The keynote section on pipelines and the environment covers methane emissions, new CO2 transport options, and technologies for environmentally friendly delivery of energy. Also in this issue: the trials of a new inline inspection tool (STATS Group), and is DCVG inspection obsolete, asks EMPIT GmbH?
 
 

World Pipelines - April 2024

World Pipelines - April 2024

The April 2024 issue of World Pipelines includes a keynote section on compliance and standards, along with technical articles on cathodic protection, damage and defect assessment, HDD, integrity and offshore pipelines.
 
 

World Pipelines - March 2024

World Pipelines - March 2024

The March 2024 issue of World Pipelines includes a keynote article on building cyber resilience into midstream assets, along with technical articles on pipeline rehabilitation, pig design, flexible pipe systems, NDT, and pipeline integrity. It also features our annual Heavy Equipment Focus, along with some insight on trends in hydrogen pipelines.