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Thermoplastic composite pipes are a new, robust lightweight pipe alternative
15th January 2016

DNV GL has launched a recommended practice (RP) that allows operators to choose thermoplastic composite pipes instead of steel or traditional flexibles, enabling substantial cost reductions throughout the...
9th Annual Pipeline Integrity Management Forum
13th January 2016

Professionals from innovative companies such as Open Grid Europe, Engie and Chevron will be answering such critical questions as: What are the latest trends in pipeline integrity, decommissioning,...
Sensor technology inspired by Bottlenose Dolphins
5th January 2016

Sensor technology inspired by Bottlenose Dolphins could help extend the life of oil and gas pipelines by using remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) to detect blockages, thanks to a new collaborative research...
Sparrows Group's cable and pipe-lay solutions
5th January 2016

The new under-roller system, through its versatility and mobility, offers a wide range of benefits. Suitable for use with reels of up to 11.4m outer diameter, it provides up to 10 tonnes of line pull at the...
Forum Energy Technologies
5th January 2016

Forum Energy Technologies has announced that its AMC Engineering product line has been awarded  multi-million dollars worth of significant new orders within just one month.The multiple orders are for...
8th December 2015

As a light work class ROV would be inappropriate for the type of planned inspection (due to the payload capacity of 250 kg) Seatronics proposed the implementation of the RTS Gen 5 Multiplexer as a suitable...
The first JIP will reduce uncertainty in tensile testing results
7th December 2015

Pipelines must operate at higher pressures and temperatures, in harsher environments and to stricter regulatory requirements. Projects must also be feasible in a cost-constrained market.  DNV GL is...
7th December 2015

The repair system is part of the contingency planning for multiple pipelines associated with Chevron Australia’s liquefied natural gas assets and INPEX’s Ichthys LNG Project off the northwest...
Pair of pipelines to carry natural gas from southwest Texas hub
27th November 2015

The financing comprises two greenfield projects through two separate financings that have closed and funded concurrently: an approximately USD508 million pipeline running 195 miles to San Elizario, Texas,...
TAP awards contract to Corinth Pipeworks for onshore line pipe
27th November 2015

This contract award makes up approximately 270,000 tonnes of line pipe. Ian Bradshaw, Managing Director at TAP, said: “We are pleased to be working with Corinth Pipeworks S.A. for this important...

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