February 2016, Vol. 243, No. 2

Features

Heat Exchangers Certified for Pipeline Components Cooling

Owners and operators of fuel and other energy pipelines are well aware of the changed regulatory environment in the wake of the 2010 BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. As the public’s fears escalated because of the environmental damage and loss of life that followed the rig blowout, regulatory focus turned to prevention. One operational function under current scrutiny is preventing sparking or ignition sources that could be catastrophic to the pipeline, worker and public safety, and the environment. The regulatory changes are particularly applicable to one of the most critical operational necessities – the cooling of electro-mechanical devices and controllers for every f

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