28.09.2017

OIL & GAS PIPELINES IN NONTECHNICAL LANGUAGE

Oil & Gas Pipelines in Nontechnical Language

Author(s) Thomas O. Miesner, William L. Leffler
Publisher PennWell Corporation
Date 2006
Pages 357
Format pdf
Size 159 Mb
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This is definitely one of the best introductions to the offshore pipelines of all that are available today. The huge practical experience of its authors has made it possible to develop a volume with the content understandable to the beginners with no technical background at all.

The book starts with the explanation of what the pipelines are and how they differ, and this chapter covers all types of pipelines including crude oil and refined products pipelines, as well as the natural gas pipes. Once the readers have got the very basic idea of the pipelines, they may proceed to the main content of the publication, covering absolutely every single important aspect, from a brief historical overview to the very latest technological developments.

The authors have provided the information about the hydrocarbons, oil, natural gas, petrochemical and liquid petroleum gas pipeline operations, offshore pipelines, leak detection and control methods, pipeline maintenance, investment decisions, major components of the pipelines and their working principles, engineering and design considerations, construction and others. List of acronyms is also there for easy and ready reference.

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