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April 2011

Welcome to the April issue of World Pipelines, which features our annual Offshore Technology Review – with contributions from companies working offshore all around the world. This issue also features an in-depth regional review of the Gulf of Mexico, and features on offshore welding, pipeline project management and ROVs.

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That sinking feeling
Gordon Cope explains how the Macondo tragedy has overshadowed the future of one of North America’s most prospective basins.

World Pipelines Offshore Review 2011
Aveva, UK; The Cortland Company, USA; Deepsea Group, UK; Hydratight Ltd, USA, UK and EMEA; Jan de Nul Group, Belgium; Nexans, France; Serimax; Shawcor Ltd, Canada; Bredero Shaw, USA; Canusa-CPS, Canada; Shaw Pipeline Services, USA; Socotherm; Stopaq, the Netherlands; and Subsea 7 S.A.

Write away
Kenneth Schneider, CEO of Adapx, Inc., USA.

Automatic expertise
Dr. Neil Brammall, GL Noble Denton, UK.

Stripping it back
Proserv Offshore.

Dedication to service
Dyna-Torque Technologies, Inc., Numax Limited, DMI International, APSL and L3 Tigal Engineering Services Ltd.

The complete solution
Dougie Campbell and Shankar Rajagopalan, CRC-Evans Automatic Welding, USA.

Rock trenching vision becomes a reality
John Lincoln, OES, Australia.

Manage the damage
Martin Fingerhut, Manager of Asset Integrity Engineering Services, Applus RTD, USA.

A complimentary combination
Michael Twomey, ATMOS international, Inc., USA.

Turbine triumph
Michael Hudson, Siemens Energy, UK.

Effective subsea inspection
Ryan Phipps, Subsea Project Manager, Sonomatic.

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