April 2013, Vol. 240 No. 4

Features

Managing Corrosion Of Pipelines That Transport Crude Oils: Part 2

With the intense controversy surrounding the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline construction, unprecedented attention is being placed on the transportation of unconventional crude oil products, in this case diluted bitumen originating in the vast tar sands of Western Canada. Although pipelines have long been recognized as the safest and most efficient means of transporting oil and natural gas products, the fact is their use still poses an intrinsic risk due to failures and leaks. Following the March 1 report from the U.S. State Department that said Keystone XL posed minimal risk, President Obama seems likely to approve the long-sought presidential permit needed to build TransCanada&#

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