Flexible actuator functionality aids refinery automation

Wolfgang Ranft makes the case for adaptable automation in the refinery industry

Safety of pipeline systems at the heart of the 7th Pipeline Technology Conference

Conference will take place in the Hannover Congress Centrum from March 28 to March 30, 2012

Internal inspection of welds on subsea pipes

Pipe measurement specialist Optical Metrology Services completes pipe measurement surveys for Technip

Three contracts for LNG tanks projects

Require high quality welding, all of which is done on site, plate by plate

Global natural gas consumption regains momentum

Rise in global consumption indicates renewed popularity of natural gas as an energy resource

Refineries in Europe face further turmoil

Roughly 40 per cent require refurbishment in order to continue refining profitably

Reducing contamination in the bearing environment

Ads end-users of rotating equipment seek to extend the life of these applications, increasing emphasis is being placed on reducing contamination in the bearing environment

Increased demands for HIPPS final elements

Rens Wolters describes the impact of the new IEC 61508 Edition 2010 on final elements and HIPPS

Explosion proof actuation

Stefan Kolbe looks at the latest in actuation solutions

Reduce the time and cost of developing hydraulic systems

Thomas Ruediger and Frank Wiele look at a solution designed to save on installation, maintenance and operating expenses of hydraulic systems

Smart engineering: sustainable solutions with economic benefits

Femke Schaefer outlines how companies to perform better technically and financially

Plasma systems save time and money in pipeline construction

Paula Flanders looks at how plasma technology is being used on the Ruby Pipeline project in the US



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