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February 2015

The February issue includes our annual Pigging Q&A (with responses from experts at Precision Pigging and CDRiA); articles on leak detection and welding; an interesting perspective on EPC; and technical tips on new developments in coatings.

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A whole new ballgame
Gordon Cope examines how new plays are reshaping the oil and gas sector in the US and placing higher demands on the pipeline transportation industry.

Changing objectives for new US pipelines
How do you solve a problem such as the US Marcellus-Utica natural gas production oversupply? In the case of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline project, customer demand is the answer. Jeannie Stell discusses the conception of the project.

An encompassing solution
Will Leonard, ABB Ltd, UK.

Efficiency – the name of the game
Lars Larsson, Schneider Electric, USA.

Feeling the flow
Mike Reed and Paul Litzsinger, US Coatings, USA.

Coping with the heat
Christopher Lopez, Fred Allen, Orlando Teran and Ricardo Abisambra, Axalta Coating Systems, USA.

Effective relief for squeezed budgets
Paul Burden, UK Managing Director, Climax Portable Machining and Welding Systems, UK.

Mitigating hazards when co-locating
Clay Brelsford, President, Bass Engineering, USA.

Beating the clock in Mexico
Dawn Buzynski, Vermeer and Arendal, USA.

Beyond the Yangtze River
Prime Horizontal, the Netherlands.

Intelligent pigging Q&A
Featuring CDRiA and Precision Pigging.

A selection guide for leak detection systems
Michael Kasch, ILF, Germany.

Methods for subsea asset monitoring
Stephen Fasham, Sonardyne, UK.

Enabling safe isolation
Darran Pledger, STATS Group, UK.

Rapid subsea development
Daryl Lynch, Reef Subsea, UK.

Customer satisfaction: keeping an ear to the industry
Andrew Martins and Krystal Bornhop, Sawyer Mfg., USA.

Easing the whole process
Adam Grabowski, Global Shop Solutions, USA.

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