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Posts In: Rehabilitation, repair & corrosion

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The weight of the issue

Chelsey Reschke explains how Keymay Industries engaged Charter Coating Service to design a test protocol to assess the possible shielding effects of geosynthetic set-on weights.

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Tracing the leak

Aegis 2K is an Italian company, established in 2000, that provides aboveground storage tanks (AST), underground storage tanks (UST), and pipeline integrity monitoring to the oil and gas industry.

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DNV GL and EPCRC work together on CO2 pipeline solution

DNV GL and Energy Pipelines CRC (EPCRC) have been awarded a NO$41.6 million (US$5 million) project from the Norwegian CLIMIT Programme and the Australian Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, for a solution to the expenses associated with CO2 pipelines.

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WATCH: NDT Global detects defect in ageing pipeline

NDT Global’s ultrasonic metal-loss-inspection technology, the UMp tool, has detected an internal metal-loss feature in a girth weld of an oil pipeline.

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Rosen unveils new MFL-A technology at IPCE 2016

Rosen will unveil its new in-line corrosion detection service RoCorr MFL-A Ultra at next week’s International Pipeline Conference and Exposition 2016 (IPCE 2016) in Calgary, Canada.

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DNV GL updates its QRA software

A new version of DNV GL’s quantitative-risk-analysis (QRA) software has been released, combining Phast and Safeti into one common platform.

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ECOTEC completes acquisition of GAZOMAT

ECOTEC International Holdings has successfully completed the acquisition of T.D. Williamson’s (TDW) French subsidiary GAZOMAT.

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Design and mode of operation for advanced corrosion protection systems

In the September edition of Pipelines International, DENSO’s Michael Schad explained a variety of coating technologies available to the industry to protect pipelines against corrosion, including factory-and field-applied coatings, tape systems and shrinking materials. Here, Mr Schad further discusses the long-term experience of these protective materials and the considerations required when selecting the right corrosion protection.

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Corrosion protective coatings: rehabilitation of buried steel pipelines

In 1595, the oldest known industrial pipeline in the world was constructed in Austria. It transported saline solution for 40 km from Hallstadt to Ebensee. At that time, rehabilitation was a relatively simple affair – as the pipeline was made of 13,000 tree trunks, one only had to cut down a tree, hollow it out, and replace the defect section.

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Replacing 32 pipes on the Druzhba oil pipeline in under 88 hours

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