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Posco to produce & supply high manganese steel to ExxonMobil for slurry pipes

South Korea’s largest steel maker Posco announced on Wednesday it has agreed to supply commercially developed high manganese steel to U.S. oil company ExxonMobil for slurry pipelines. The piping technology has been co-developed by the two companies over the past five years. Posco’s proprietary high ...Read More

McDermott International to operate pipe-spool facility at Port of Hartlepool

A subsidiary of McDermott International has taken an option to operate as a pipe spool base at the Port of Hartlepool, owned and operated by PD Ports A subsidiary of McDermott International has taken an option on a site to operate as a pipe-spool base at the Port of Hartlepool, which is owned and op...Read More

Port Jefferson Power Station installs compositePort Jefferson Power Station installs composite pipe spool pipe spool

The National Grid installed fish-friendly intake screens at its Port Jefferson Power Station and it needed a new discharge piping assembly with a small footprint that could capture water from a fish and debris trough, and funnel it to a harbor return pipe. FiberSystems (Dayton, OH, US) FRP one-piece...Read More

Is Welding the Right Career Path for You?

Looking for a high-demand career that enables you to start earning $25 an hour or more after less than six months of training? Interested in a profession that allows you to apply robotics, lasers, computer programming and even some artistic flair? If this sounds appealing, and if you don’t min...Read More

Project management, technology enable timely deepwater pipeline repair

Subsea repair of pipelines in deepwater is a complex and challenging operation that involves the use of remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) to deploy specialized tooling, clamps, and connectors. Pipeline repair also requires the engineering, logistics, and deployment of a range of other equipment, inc...Read More

McDermott International to operate pipe-spool facility at Port of Hartlepool

A subsidiary of McDermott International has taken an option to operate as a pipe spool base at the Port of Hartlepool, owned and operated by PD Ports A subsidiary of McDermott International has taken an option on a site to operate as a pipe-spool base at the Port of Hartlepool, which is owned and op...Read More

Port Jefferson Power Station installs composite pipe spool

The National Grid installed fish-friendly intake screens at its Port Jefferson Power Station and it needed a new discharge piping assembly with a small footprint that could capture water from a fish and debris trough, and funnel it to a harbor return pipe. FiberSystems (Dayton, OH, US) FRP one-piece...Read More

Saudi Aramco Plans to Boost Capacity on Oil Pipeline to Red Sea

Saudi Arabian Oil Co., the world’s largest crude producer, plans to increase the capacity of its main cross-country pipeline by 40 percent as the company expands oil fields in the eastern part of the nation and builds refineries on the western coast. Capacity of the 1,200-kilometer (746-mile) East-W...Read More

KOGAS to Raise Funds by Selling Gas Pipe Shares in Myanmar

Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) is selling its share in South East Asia Gas Pipeline (SEAGP) in Myanmar in order to reduce its debts and expand its overseas business. As KOGAS made such a decision, all eyes are on the next movement of Daewoo International which secures a 25 stake in SEAGP. According t...Read More

KOGAS Signs MOU for Indonesia’s Gas Pipeline Construction Project

Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Indonesia’s PDPDE South Sumatra (President Yaniarsa Hasan) for the construction of 363 km-long gas pipelines worth US$600 million (706.5 billion won) at Lotte Hotel in Seoul on May 16, while Indonesian President Joko Widod...Read More

Cryotherm supplies transfer pipes for rocket testing

Cryogenics specialist Cryotherm GmbH & Co. KG has been commissioned to equip a new rocket test rig in Germany with supply lines of both liquid hydrogen (LH2) and liquid oxygen (LOX). Powerful, modern rocket engines require liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen as cryogenic fuels Cryotherm’s customer...Read More

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