May 2019, Vol. 246, No. 5

Editor's Notebook

Spring Conference Season in Full Gear

Joe Hollier, Editor While attending the Pipeline Technical Conference in Berlin, Germany, last month, I came across multiple new innovations designed to improve or protect the pipeline industry, and a few projects that are making a big splash in that part of the world. One large project became of special interest to me, when I saw the pipe-laying vessel, Lorelay, had been used to perform a tie-in on the TurkStream pipeline project. I had spent time on the Lorely and the Solitaire, owned by Allseas, in past roles, and the large pipelaying vessels always amazed me with their ability to safely construct large pipelines out at sea and lay them at varying depths on the seabed.  The TurkStrea

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