Construction has started on the 900-km TurkStream pipeline that will supply the Turkish network with Russian gas.
Enbridge has announced the largest project in its history, the Line 3 Replacement Program (L3RP), which will run from Alberta, Canada to the Minnesota-Wisconsin border in the US.
Pipelayers and sidebooms are a key piece of machinery on any pipeline construction site. With a wide variety of machines currently available, and issues such as safety and the environment driving further developments within the industry, Pipelines International outlines key considerations for selecting the equipment that best suits your needs.
SUPERIOR’s family of pipelayers just got bigger with the addition of the all-new SPX-260.
Pipelayers and sidebooms are essential pipeline construction equipment, and are required to work in varying and often challenging terrains. Below you’ll find Pipelines International‘s top tips to prioritise safety when operating your equipment.
Pipelayers and sidebooms are essential pipeline construction equipment, and are required to work in varying and often challenging terrains. Because of this, safety and stability are key focuses for pipelayer and sideboom manufacturers and distributors. Pipelines International speaks with leading pipelayer companies about the safety features of their equipment, and how they work with construction companies to ensure operator needs are met.
PipeLine Machinery International has opened its new world headquarters in Cypress, Texas, and released a new pipelayer.
In early 2012, general production will begin on the PL83 pipelayer, replacing the 583T, and the PL87, replacing the 587T and 587R. The PL83 and PL87 offer a variety of features for increased lift capacity, enhanced slope capability, ease of operation, performance and transportability.
Cat Pipelayers has released the new PL83 and PL87, which – while retaining the solid basic design of their predecessors – answer customer needs for increased lift capacity, enhanced slope capability, ease of operation, performance and transportability.