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Registrations open for UPSF

Registrations have opened for the 2017 Unpiggable Pipelines Solutions Forum (UPSF) which will take place in Houston, Texas on 14-15 June.

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Wasco commences coating pipes for Nord Stream 2

Wasco has started applying concrete weight coating to the pipe – in Kotka, Finland – that is required for the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.

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ExxonMobil collaborates to develop stronger steel pipes

ExxonMobil has been working with the South Korean-based Pohang Iron and Steel to develop new pipes manufactured from high-manganese steel.

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TransCanada files for construction approval for NMML project

March 23, 2017 , , 0

TransCanada has filed a variance application with the National Energy Board to proceed with the construction of the North Montney Mainline (NMML) project in British Columbia, Canada.

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PPST opens Call for Papers

March 23, 2017 , , , , , 0

The Pipeline-Pipe-Sewer Technology Conference (PPST) has opened a Call for Papers for the event, which will take place in Cairo, Egypt on 17-19 September 2017.

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Pipeline conference appoints new Advisory Committee Chairman

March 23, 2017 , , , , , 0

One of Europe’s largest pipeline conferences has appointed a new Chairman of its Advisory Committee (AdCo).

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PPIM photos now available online

Did you get snapped at PPIM? Your photo has been uploaded to the Pipelines International website and can now be found online.

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Rio Pipeline Call for Papers closes tomorrow

There is still time to submit technical papers for Rio Pipeline 2017, before the 24 March deadline.

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March edition of Pipelines International now online

The latest edition of Pipelines International magazine is now available to be read online as a digital magazine.

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US steel not required for Keystone XL

March 9, 2017 , , 0

The construction of the Keystone XL pipeline will not be required to use American steel for its construction, despite President Trump signing an Executive Order in January which seemingly stated otherwise.

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