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TAP donates utility vehicles to Greek communities

June 27, 2017 Europe, Gas 0

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) has pledged to donate 92 of its utility vehicles to communities in Northern Greece near where a portion of the pipeline is being constructed.

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Savage’s Bakken Connector Pipeline becomes operational

June 27, 2017 North America, Oil 0

The Savage Group’s new Bakken Connector Pipeline, which links up with the Dakota Access Pipeline, was commissioned earlier this month.

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AMID announces open season for new Dakota Access delivery point

June 27, 2017 Featured, North America, Oil, Tenders 0

American Midstream Partners (AMID) has announced an open season for volume commitments from existing receipt points on its Bakken pipeline system to a newly constructed delivery point interconnecting into the Dakota Access pipeline in Watford City, North Dakota.

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Wasco awards pipe handling contract on Nord Stream 2

The company responsible for pipe coating on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, Wasco, has awarded a subcontract to Blue Water Shipping on the project.

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Jemena appoints Spiecapag Australia to construct NGP

June 27, 2017 Featured, Gas, Oceania 0

Jemena has appointed Spiecapag Australia to construct a portion of the AU$800 million (US$606 million) Northern Gas Pipeline (NGP) following a four-month competitive tender process.

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PPIM 2017 marks 29th year with biggest show to date

The annual Pipeline Pigging and Integrity Management (PPIM) Conference and Exhibition 2017 was held at the George R. Brown Convention Centre in Houston, Texas, US. With its comprehensive conference program, 2017 marked the biggest year in the 29-year history of the event.

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A new look for the Clock Spring brand

Clock Spring has instituted a brand new corporate image, which included a series of executive appointments, also announcing at PPIM 2017 that it was working on its first product release since 2008.

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Protect pipelines from unauthorised withdrawals

Atmos International has developed an analysis service to protect pipelines from unauthorised withdrawals that can result in loss of product, costly repairs, and increase the risk of a catastrophic accident.

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Accurate fatigue assessment for gas pipeline systems

BMT Fleet Technology explored the effects of fatigue on gas pipelines which, it says, must be understood and characterised correctly in order to prioritise the correct response to minimise the chance of it impacting the integrity of a system.

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Best practices in pipeline integrity for gas pipelines

Pipeline operators are under severe financial and social pressure to avoid incidents that cause leaks of crude oil or natural gas. With regulators scrutinising pipeline projects, the reputation of the entire industry is at risk. This is why pipeline integrity must become the focus of discussion.

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