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June 2022

The World Pipelines June issue and Extreme supplement are now available online. Both issues are packed with exclusive technical case studies, pipeline projects and more.

The June issue features articles on pipeline sensing, subsea services and corrosion. We’ve got a special feature on hydrogen pipelines (from MJM Energy Ltd., Northern Gas Networks, ROSEN and Fieldfisher), and an EPC case study from MAX STREICHER.

The Extreme supplement includes articles on remote operation, monitoring, cybersecurity, safety and data from the likes of Restrata, Fotech, Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Remote Medical International (RMI), Fugro and more.

This month's front cover is brought to you by Eddyfi Technologies.

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Included in the June issue:
The World Pipelines Extreme 2022 supplement - view your free issue here.

The trials of microtunnels

Cesare Bianchi, Project Engineer, MAX STREICHER S.p.A., Italy.

Creating smart pipeline networks

Steffen Zendler, Rockwell Automation, Germany.

Detecting leaks with fibre optic sensing

Alex de Joode, Chairman of the Technical Committee at FOSA, and Head of Pipelines & Terminals Business Unit at AP Sensing, Germany.

The future energy landscape

Donald Ballantyne, Business Development Manager, Tracerco, UK.

Gauging the future

Geoff Wilkinson, Technical Director, Propipe, UK.

Hydrogen in gas pipelines: the future

Aileen Robertson and Chris Brooks, MJMEnergy Ltd, UK, consider the widespread use of hydrogen as a replacement to natural gas.

Preparing networks for the future

Transitioning a gas network to net-zero via a hydrogen gas conversion will create limited disruption, argues Tim Harwood, Northern Gas Networks, UK.

Hydrogen gas on pipeline steels: the effects

Marion Erdelen-Peppler, Principal Engineer, ROSEN, Germany, explores testing to understand the effects of hydrogen on material properties.

Repurposing the UK’s pipeline infrastructure

As the UK heads into a future of dramatically altered energy production and use, Emily Tetley-Jones, Director, Fieldfisher, UK, considers the practical and legal issues that need to be addressed to enable hydrogen to play its part.

Guiding new inspection possibilities

Paul Jackson, Director of LRUT Centre of Excellence, Eddyfi Technologies, UK.

Mitigating the issue of pipeline corrosion

Martin van Onna, Chief Commercial Officer, Strohm, the Netherlands.

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