September 2018, Vol. 245, No. 9

Features

Composite Sleeves Restore Gas Pipeline Integrity in Gujarat

By K.P. Radhakrishnan, Deputy General Manager (O&M), GSPL, Andrew Patrick, Executive Vice President Global Sales, Clock Spring, and Bidyut B. Baniah, Chief Project Manager, Allied Engineers Safe distribution of natural gas is enabling development in many regions of the world, but in places where new lines are being installed, maintaining pipeline integrity and executing repairs is particularly challenging.  Coils installed side-by-side due to length of damaged area (all photos: Allied Engineers) Repair timelines often are negatively affected by the difficulty of getting skilled and certified workers and the necessary equipment to t

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