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PPIM 2018 Contra LHS SKINS (call for papers)
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5 July 2017
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Contract awards

Kenyan Government close to naming FEED contract for new oil pipeline

Local media has reported that the Kenyan Government is close to naming the Front End Engineering Design (FEED) and Environmental and Social Impact Assessment contracts for the design of a proposed crude oil pipeline.

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15 June 2017
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Pipelines International opens EOFY subscription sale

Subscribe before 25 June 2017 and receive a 10 per cent discount on a one-year subscription to Pipelines International.

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23 March 2017
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Events

PPST opens Call for Papers

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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23 March 2017
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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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1 December 2016
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Pipelines International opens Christmas sale

Buy before Christmas to take advantage of great offers, including a 10 per cent discount on the 2017 Pipeline Inspection poster.

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2 November 2016
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NDT Global modifies ILI tool for inspection of BP pipeline

NDT Global has performed a baseline inline inspection (ILI) on a BP-operated deepwater flowline and riser system in southwest Africa.

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5 October 2016
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IPLOCA celebrates 50 years in style

The International Pipe Line and Offshore Contractors Association (IPLOCA) has celebrated its 50-year anniversary in style at its annual convention held last month in Paris.

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20 September 2016
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Energy and Innovation Forum prepares for future of pipelines

Nico Hülsdau, Editor of 3R magazine, recently attended Rosen’s Energy and Innovation Forum, and reports here on the proceedings on behalf of Pipelines International.

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12 September 2016
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September edition of Pipelines International now online

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

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8 September 2016
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Pipelines, stickers, and your chance to get published

Do you have a great photo featuring our ‘I ♥ pipelines’ stickers? Don’t keep it to yourself! Submit your picture for a chance to be published in the magazine.

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25 August 2016
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Pipelines, stickers, and your chance to get published

Do you have a great photo featuring our ‘I ♥ pipelines’ stickers? Don’t keep it to yourself! Submit your picture for a chance to be published in the magazine.

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10 August 2016
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Hydratight secures four-year Statoil contract

Hydratight has secured a four-year contract to supply products, services, and management to Statoil for remote pipeline repairs worldwide.

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10 August 2016
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Atmos releases product to reduce damage of pipeline leaks

Atmos International has released a hardware and software solution which is designed to reduce the damage caused by pipeline leaks.

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9 August 2016
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Pipelines, stickers, and your chance to get published

Do you have a great photo featuring our ‘I ♥ pipelines’ stickers?

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28 July 2016
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BSI publishes new standards for testing pipeline corrosion

The British Standards Institution (BSI) has published the new standard for testing corrosion on pipelines in the oil and gas industry.

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27 July 2016
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Clarion hold pipeline book sale

Publisher of pipeline literature – Clarion, are once again offering 15 per cent of all orders until 5 September.

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27 March 2016
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Uganda, Kenya to decide on export pipeline route

Uganda and Kenya will meet in April to further discuss the feasibility of a new export pipeline between the two countries.

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4 February 2016
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Tougher CAPEX decisions, and pressure on supply chain ahead: DNV

New research from DNV GL has revealed that cost management has become an even higher priority for senior oil and gas professionals in the year ahead, as 73 per cent prepare their company for a sustained period of low oil prices.

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27 January 2016
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Showcase your company at LNG 18

Pipelines International sister publication Gas Today is offering your company the chance to showcase its products and services to the world’s LNG industry as the National Media Partner for the LNG 18 Conference and Exhibition.

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21 January 2016
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North America, Asia to drive growth, pipeline CAPEX to 2019

Onshore pipeline expenditure is forecast to grow by 14 per cent between 2015 and 2019, with approximately 309,000 km of pipeline expected to be installed globally, according to the latest global pipeline market report.

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6 January 2016
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New export pipeline critical to boost East African oil production: analyst

Uganda and Kenya need to develop a new export pipeline to successfully commercialise oil reserves and boost upstream development in the region, says research and consulting firm GlobalData.

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15 October 2015
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Tanzania launches project to pipe natural gas to capital

Tanzania has initiated a $US1.33 billion project to pipe natural gas to its commercial capital, Dar es Salaam, and help relieve chronic power shortages in the city, Reuters has reported.

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12 October 2015
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550 km Horn of Africa Pipeline agreements signed

The Ethiopia and Djibouti governments have signed framework agreements for the construction of the $US1.55 billion Horn of Africa Pipeline, which will transport refined oil products between the two countries.

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24 August 2015
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Gas deliveries have now commenced to the new transnational pipeline from the the Mnazi Bay joint venture in Tanzania

First gas delivery to Tanzanian pipeline

East Africa-focused oil and gas company Wentworth Resources has announced the first gas delivery from its Mnazi Bay Concession in southern Tanzania to the country’s new transnational pipeline.

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14 August 2015
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Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta is welcomed by Minister for Foreign Affairs Hon. Henry Oryem Okello upon his arrival at the Entebbe International Airport

Kenya, Uganda settle on pipeline route

Kenya and Uganda have agreed on the route of a crude oil export pipeline expected to transport oil from Uganda to Lamu on Kenya’s northern coast.

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23 June 2015
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ECOWAS and Penspen will look into possible expansion of the West African Gas Pipeline

ECOWAS and Penspen to study West Africa gas pipeline network

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and international energy services company Penspen have signed a contract to enable a formal start to a feasibility study examining the current West African Gas Pipeline (WAGP) system performance.

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