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Assessment of technologies for the location of persons lost at sea in the UKCS. T.R. Wander. Offshore Technol. Rept., OTH-93--407, publ'd 1996, Health Safety Exec., HSE Books, illus., figs., tables, 129 pages, price #40. (ISBN 0--7176--1072--1).
Current safety and rescue operations are covered, and each system and technology are described, procedures, techniques, and equipment available being investigated. These comprise light systems and technologies, radio systems, and radar systems, details being included of the relevant sea trials. Also...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Latest developments in technology improve SCADA systems. G.E. Congram. Pipeline Gas J., February 1995, 222(2), 14--22.
New technologies available to pipeline operating companies are reviewed. Upgrading the performance of SCADA control systems by incorporating new open systems is described and benefits are discussed. Key components of an open system are local area networks, data exchanges with external computers, and...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Pipelines, technology: Solving pipeline flow measurement challenges. Wade Matter. Petroleum Review May 2006, P. 18-19
Coriolis technology offers unprecedented accuracy and reliability in measuring material flow in the pipeline and gas industry, and is often hailed as among the most superior flow measurement technologies. But, conventional coriolis meters have had one significant limitation - they haven’t performed ...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Applying the latest technology to optimize production and cost in the construction of pipelines using X80 and X100 steels. J.C. Price. Paper. Proc. Conf., Pipeline technology, Vol. 2, pages 287--298. (See abstract 909 for complete reference).
Consideration is given to the latest technology with respect to welding procedure development, consumable selection and construction practices such as bending, quality assurance/inspection requirements, trenching and pre-heating methods. All of which have an effect on installation cost and productiv...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Integrating technology into subsurface utility engineering projects. J.H. Anspach. Pipeline Gas J., June 1996, 223(6), 41--44.
The application of subsurface utility engineering (SUE) for risk control is described. Effects of underground utilities on pipeline projects are reviewed and risk aspects due to utility congestion in narrow right-of-way corridors and nearby population areas in urban environments are discussed. Cost ...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Review of the technology of deep water repairs for offshore structures. J.V. Sharp et al. Paper. BOSS '97, Vol. 3, pages 247--261. (See abstract 393 for complete reference).
Consideration is given to the current state of offshore structural repair technology, together with relevant design criteria and legislative requirements. Attention is drawn to the specific problems of deep water repair of pipelines and the application of hyperbaric welding research, due to its futu...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
New technology influence on gas industry economics. Anon. Pipeline Gas Ind., November 1997, 80(11), 56--62.
Commercial applications of new gas technologies are reviewed which are described as important in times of increasing internationalization and growing competition. The four aspects discussed comprise whether existing technology is responding to customer needs; the second considers how research and de...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Multiphase technology---technology from the Arctic to the tropics. J.P. Brill and G.A. Gregory (Editors). Proc. 1st North American Conf., 10--11 June 1998, Banff, Canada, BHR Group Conf. Series, Publication No. 31, publ'd Prof. Engng. Publishing Ltd., Nort
The 25 papers which comprise this published proceedings cover some seven aspects of this technology. Field measurements, separation, boosting and metering, nasties, horizontal wells and pipes, slugs and modelling. Numerous references apend each paper and the proceedings provides a most useful source...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Pipeline technology. R. Denys (Editor). Proc. 2nd Internat. Pipeline Technology Conf., 11--14 September 1995, Ostend, Belgium, publ'd Elsevier Science B.V., P.O. Box 211, Amsterdam, 1000AE Netherlands, Vol. 2, numerous illus., figs., tables, 618 pages (ISB
These proceedings contribute to the continued development of pipeline technology. Consideration being given to corrosion assessment and weld metal matching, deepwater pipelining and ultrasonic testing. Pipeline integrity with reference to corrosion, coatings and testing is discussed and the use of X...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Mechanical oscillator frees stuck pipe strings using resonance technology. B. Bernat and H. Bernat. OGJ, 3 November 1997, 95(44), 68--71.
Resonant vibration technologies provide an alternative method for freeing stuck coiled-tubing, liners, and drillstrings. Situations where the axial reciprocation of pipe, the use of large tensile, compressive, or percussive forces; or where pipe/well bore friction prohibits movement of the string ma...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract