Monthly Archives: September 2010

IPC – CO2 Pipelines

I’m at the International Pipeline Conference in Calgary, Canada.  It’s an amazing event – about 1150 delegates, 350 technical papers in over a dozen parallel streams, several in-depth tutorials and a number of specialised panel sessions. On Monday I participated … Continue reading

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Why pipeline engineering?

A long round piece of steel with a hole down the middle.  What could be simpler? It’s not as if pipelines are new technology.  Welded steel pipe has been around for decades.  Locking bar steel pipe (as used for the … Continue reading

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