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CH2M names KC Yost to lead expanded US engineering team

Global engineering and consulting firm CH2M has announced plans to expand its Houston-based Pipeline and Facilities Engineering Team and named KC Yost as the team’s leader.

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Audubon Field Solutions appoints new Director of Pipeline Engineering

Jerry Gump has been announced as Audubon Field Solutions’ new Director of Pipeline Engineering.

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Real-time demand for a gas pipeline design: dealing with modern challenges

There were the days, decades ago, when a gas pipeline designer would punch some cards and go to another room of his company, or even to an outside office, to run a gas pipeline design configuration, and then return at a scheduled time to get the results. Since then, pipeline design has developed significantly.

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Penspen awarded feasibility study contract for regional pipeline in East Africa

UK engineering and management services provider Penspen has been awarded a contract to undertake a feasibility study for the Kampala-Kigali segment of the Eldoret-Kampala-Kigali pipeline in East Africa.

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TAP submits ESIA

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline has officially submitted its Environmental and Social Impact Assessment to the Ministry of Environment in Italy.

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Winning the Jubilee

Intecsea has been awarded a contract to perform the pre-sanction engineering study on Jubilee Field Development Phase 1A, located offshore Ghana, Africa, which involves the defining of pipeline routes.

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An icy situation: discussing pipelines in the Arctic

The June edition of the Journal of Pipeline Engineering is focusing on Arctic pipelines. Guest editor Professor Andrew Palmer has compiled varied and interesting papers on the subject, in addition to providing an insightful editorial.

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