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September 2017

The September issue highlights how pipeline interference from railways can be mitigated with computer simulation, explores how the demand for internal pipeline cleaning and coating is on the rise, discusses flow assurance applications for long distance pipeline lifecycle management, and more. The issue also features a regional report on the North American market and what it means for pipelines, as well as the annual Coatings Q&A.

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Bring it on
New sources and markets mean a lot of new pipelines in North America, prophesises Gordon Cope.

Focus your subsea perspective
Simon Waterfield and Dr. Mikael Larsen, Sonardyne, UK.

The scope of flow assurance analysis
Jianlin Cai (USA), Uwadiale Eigbe (USA), Annamaria Lecourt (Denmark) and Terry Wood (UK), INTECSEA.

Old pipelines bring on new tricks
Bryan Kirchmer, Aegion Coating Services, USA.

Working around design challenges
Robert Young, Applus+ RTD USA.

Staying on track
Robert Adey and John Baynham (CM BEASY Ltd, UK) along with Liang Dong (Safetech Research Institute Co., Ltd, Beijing).

Changing paths in Latin America
Ana Cervantes, Polyguard, USA.

Coatings Q&A
Featuring Axalta Coatings Systems, NOV Tuboscope, Oxifree Global Ltd, Rhino Linings Corporation and SPC.

Transforming pipe logistics in North America
Prith Varghese, Dhatec, USA.

The end of pipe end matching?
Bill Atkinson, Tri Tool, USA.

A bright idea
Philippe Fontbonne, COFIM industrie, France.

A 360° inspection
Stephan Falter, Baker Hughes, a GE company, Germany.

Shaping the future
Junkan Wang and Ali Mirzaee-Sisan, DNV GL - Oil & Gas, UK.

World Pipelines' quarterly pipeline machinery review, featuring Mathey Dearman and Barbco.

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