17th International Conference on
Pipeline Protection
Edinburgh, UK: 17-19 October 2007

  Energy Institute Institute of Corrosion World Pipelines Global Pipelines Magazine

Following a very successful Conference papers presented as outlined in the contents below are now available in a bound volume of proceedings (inclusive of CD) from Mrs Marian Rolfe at BHR Group Limited.

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CONTENTS

FOREWORD

FBE
Handling performance and the benefits of a multilayer FBE system
D Grimshaw, G Twidale, Jotun Powder Coatings A/S, United Arab Emirates; M Wilmott, PPSC Industrial Holdings Sdn Bhd, Malaysia

Flexible FBE - ARO utilized to minimize coating damages on offshore reel barge pipeline project in the Gulf of Mexico
K Varughese, DuPont Powder Coatings, USA

WATER
Pipeline for water transmission to be installed on very corrosive soils in Mexico City Texcoco lake area
R Sánchez Espinosa, L Sánchez Espinosa, TUBESA, S.A. de C.V., Mexico

Duplication of the 3.5-m diameter Vaal Dam - Zoekfontein raw water pipeline
D D P Trebicki, Rand Water, South Africa

INTERNAL COATINGS
Advances in high solids flow efficiency coatings
I Robinson, E Wood Ltd, UK

Polyamide 11 internal coating for gas and liquid transport
A Lapeyre, Arkema, France; Y Charron, V Sauvant-Moynot, J Grenier, Institut Français du Pétrole, France

A hollow cathode high density plasma process for internally coating cylindrical substrates
D Lusk, M Gore, Sub-One Europe Ltd, UK; W Boardman, T Casserly, D Upadhyaya, A Tudhope, Sub-One Technology, USA

Pressure drop testing in 12" pipelines - influence of DFT and surface roughness
D Melot, E Botton, TOTAL EP, France

Ultra smoothing and structuring of pipe internal coatings
Y Charron, V Sauvant-Moynot, N Gautreau, Institut Français du Pétrole, France; H Courbis, Courbis Group, France; J L Bouliez, BS Coatings, France

DISBONDMENT - SHIELDING
Disbondments of pipeline coatings and their consequence on corrosion risks
D Melot, G Paugam, M Roche, Total SA, France

Loss of adhesion of three-layer pipeline coatings under cathodic protection
E Legghe, E Aragon, L Belec, A Margaillan, Université de Toulon et du Var, France; D Melot, M Roche, Total SA, Franc
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COATINGS
New developments in porosity testing of pipeline coatings
J F Fletcher, Elcometer Instruments Ltd., UK

On the effect of increasing microballoon loadings on thermal and hydrostatic performance of Glass Syntactic Polyurethanes
A Jackson, Bredero Shaw Norway a.s., Norway; K Strachan, Shaw Pipe Protection, Canada; A Kopystynski, Bredero Shaw Ltd, UK

INTEGRITY
Direct assessment for pipeline integrity: is it viable?
C J Argent, J Healy, MACAW Engineering Ltd, UK; D Harvey, Pipeline Maintenance Ltd, UK

Hydrogen degradation of HSLA steel in sea water under cathodic charging condition
F M Abusaa, 7th October University, Libya

FIELD JOINTS
Unique coating solutions for diverse pipeline applications
R Buchanan, W Hodgins, Canusa-CPS, Canada

Field-joint coating with polyolefin melt-film technique
L Leidén, Borealis Polymers OY, Finland; K Punnonen, Kwh Pipe Ltd, Technology, Finland

3-LAYER COATINGS
Advanced 3-layer anti-corrosion coating system with protective outer layer of cross linked PE
H E P Vogt, Basell Polyolefine GmbH, Germany; K Schmidt, Nord Stream AG, Germany; J P Gronsfeld, Europipe GmbH, Germany; F Rau, M Muth, WINGAS GmbH, Germany

Quality and durability of different polyethylene pipe coating solutions?
B Turner, Borealis Business Unit Pipe, UK

Three layer polyolefin coatings: how the FBE primer properties govern the long term adhesion
V Sauvant-Moynot, J Kittel, Institut Français du Pétrole, France; D Melot, M Roche, TOTAL, France

Disbondment mechanism of 3LPE pipeline coatings
B T A Chang, PolyLab LLC, USA; H Jiang, H-J Sue, Texas A/M University, USA; S Guo, G StJean, H Pham, Dow Chemical, USA; D Wong, ShawCor, Canada; A Kehr, M Mallozzi, 3M, USA; K H Lo, Shell International E/P, USA

AUTHOR INDEX

 

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