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December 2019

The December issue features a global round-up of the pipeline industry’s year, as well as a variety of technical articles on pigging tool performance, flow metering, corrosion control, safety management, and more.

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Adventures in Europe.

Pipeline news
Updates on the Eastern Mediterranean gas pipeline, Balticconnector, Nord Stream 2, and more.

2019. The end of a rollercoaster decade
The global pipeline industry has experienced a complicated year, with permit approvals, civil wars, and disfavour for fossil fuels making it difficult for those countries with plans to become less reliant on one energy supplier. Dr. Hooman Peimani casts an eye over 2019’s major pipeline projects and what lies in store for their progress in 2020.

Bones of contention
Holly Stebbing, Philippa Hook and Joshua Coates, Norton Rose Fulbright, UK.

Don't stop digging
Mike Isherwood, Doosan Construction Equipment, UK.

Let's move that pipe!
Marco Laurini, Laurini Officine Meccaniche, Italy.

Translation for transformation
Tim Edward, OneBridge Solutions, Inc., Canada.

Thieves in the night
Harry Smith, Atmos International, UK.

Does it pass the test?
Dr. Chris O’Connor, DNV GL, and Dr. Jitender Rai, TechnipFMC, UK.

Inspection from every angle
Michael Bruns, ROSEN Europe, the Netherlands.

Sealing the deal
Ryan Ragsdale, T.D. Williamson, USA.

Keep the product in the pipe
Hilko den Hollander, KROHNE, Germany.

Learn to walk before you can run
Gordon Lindsay, TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory, UK.

An underground heat source
Julien Truflandier, Nexans, France.

A force to be reckoned with
Tony Joynston, Eclipse Magnetics Ltd, UK.

High-voltage risks
Cal Chapman, Chapman Engineering, USA.

IPLOCA gets fit for the future
Juan Arzuaga, IPLOCA, Switzerland.

Surveys under the sea
Aref Sheikh, iSURVEY, UK.

The bigger picture
Stefan Seidl, ILF Consulting Engineers, Germany.

Webs of connectivity
Alejandro Herrera Buelbas, Cisco, Mexico.

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