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World Pipelines - October 2009

World Pipelines - October 2009

The regional report in the October issue focuses on China and how its oil and gas industry might fare in the global recession. A special feature looks at the potential for mergers and acquisitions by, and of, pipeline companies, with PIPC predicting a new wave of activity in this field. Dhatec writes about new developments in pipe stacking supports, and IHC and Mustang provide some interesting pipelaying case studies.
 

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World Pipelines - September 2009

World Pipelines - September 2009

The September issue covers a range of pipeline design topics, including stress testing, subsea engineering and pipeline technology for LNG transfer.  The regional report considers which South American countries are making the most of their oil and gas infrastructure (and which aren't). Other topics covered include valves, pumps and regulators, composite wrap technology and pipeline pigging.
 

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World Pipelines - August 2009

World Pipelines - August 2009

The annual Contractors' Directory features in this issue, cataloging major pipeline engineering contractors currently working internationally.  Alongside this are articles on pipeline inspection, corrosion control, flow management and coatings and linings. A regional report looks at pipeline activity in the USA and asks whether the global recession has had an impact on pipeline projects thus far.
 

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World Pipelines - July 2009

World Pipelines - July 2009

On this month's cover: Canusa-CPS supplies a wide variety of products and systems used for onshore and offshore pipeline corrosion protection. Canusa’s products have become the most popular offshore heat-shrinkable, fi eld joint protection systems in the world because they are designed with unique primer systems, adhesives and cross-linked polyethylene or polypropylene backings that are resistant to the rigours of offshore construction.
 

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World Pipelines - June 2009

World Pipelines - June 2009

On this month's cover: Pipeline Induction Heat Ltd (PIH) is a contracting company specialising in the onsite application of anti-corrosion coatings, heat treatment and other support services during construction of onshore and offshore oil, gas and product pipelines. PIH has undertaken innovative research and development to provide practical solutions for field joint coating which resulted in an expansion from PIH’s traditional induction heating business, into diverse activities involving the site application of sophisticated pipeline joint anti-corrosion, thermal insulation and infill coating systems.
 

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World Pipelines - May 2009

World Pipelines - May 2009

On this month's cover: Global Pipelines is now positioned to provide offshore contractors with a unique level of start-to-fi nish services, including spoolbase management, laybarge managed services, and specialised welding services.
 

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World Pipelines - April 2009

World Pipelines - April 2009

On this month's cover: The cover features NPS 12 in. pipe coated by Bredero Shaw with 2 in. of Insul-8® 85 Tape/Primer undercoat and with 1 in. of Rock Jacket for mechanical protection of the pipeline.
 

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World Pipelines - March 2009

World Pipelines - March 2009

On this month's cover: The Liebherr RL64 is the most recent addition to the Liebherr pipeline equipment range. Its 90 t capacity and many innovative features make it the perfect machine for challenging projects. As worldwide distributor for Liebherr pipeline equipment, Maats is responsible for the sale and marketing of this machine.
 

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World Pipelines - February 2009

World Pipelines - February 2009

On this month's cover: The cover features pipes protected with HeviCote® concrete coating and 3LPE anti-corrosion which will be installed for the subsea crossing of Baydaratskaya Bay located in Northern Russia. Bredero Shaw coated 20 km of 48 in. pipe at its facility located in Leith, Scotland. Bredero Shaw is a global leader in pipe coating solutions, with over 75 years’ experience, 30 facilities on six continents, and the largest team of technical and service specialists in the business.
 

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World Pipelines - January 2009

World Pipelines - January 2009

On this month's cover: The tracked vehicle called Yamal Frostpadder is an innovation in the fi eld of backfi lling for outdoor use in mild to extremely cold climates with temperatures as low as -40 °C. The only machine of its kind, the Frostpadder was designed to operate at pipeline worksites in northern zones, where working conditions are extreme. This machine is the last product engineered and manufactured from Laurini Officine Meccaniche.
 

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