July 2020, Vol. 247, No. 7

Features

Custom Adapters, Tubing Eliminate Leaks, Allow Retrofitting

By Lawrence Crynes, Oil & Gas, Swagelok Company  The stakes are high when it comes to component performance in the natural gas pipeline industry. If components fail, both the environment and nearby human lives are at risk.  Working to understand challenges in improving fluid system components. (All images © Swagelok Company) To protect both, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) created U.S. National Ambient Air Quality Standards, which are designed to reduce fugitive emissions and better protect human health and welfare in areas where pipelines operate. The standards have resulted in significant reductions in harmful emi

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