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  1. CYBER SECURITY—1: Effective defense requires thorough risk assessment

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    Mon, 28 Sep 2009

  2. Iraqis mending own pipelines

    Most of the pipelines damaged during the war in Iraq are domestic crude or domestic product pipelines belonging to and repaired by the Oil Pipeline Co. (OPC) of the Ministry of Oil.

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    Mon, 16 Feb 2009

  3. Equipment/Software/Literature

    version combines geographic information system and asset management information with its operational supervisory control and data acquisition module. This integration has been developed to help ensure both systems maintain their individual system

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    Mon, 1 Jun 2009

  4. Study improves lightning protection of remote monitoring devices

    Characterization studies including destructive testing have improved protection of remote corrosion-monitoring devices in use on hydrocarbon pipelines against high-energy surges.

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    Mon, 4 Oct 2010

  5. Fiber optic sensing can help reduce third-party threats

    Properly specifying and selecting a distributed fiber optic sensing system during a pipeline's design stage and developing a rapid-response team to react to any third-party threats will increase a pipeline operator's ability to prevent third-party damage, improving pipeline integrity.

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    Mon, 6 Sep 2010

  6. CLOSED-LOOP CIRCULATING—1: Advanced pressure control improves kick, loss detection

    Closed-loop circulating provides pressure control in many drilling and completion applications for which conventional fluid return systems are inadequate.

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    Mon, 6 Dec 2010

  7. Controlled emergency shutdown procedures aid crude line safety

    Pipeline control center operators need controlled operational emergency shutdown procedures to prepare for an emergency situation.

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    Mon, 10 Dec 2007

  8. New wireless sensor network monitors water-injection wells off Abu Dhabi

    Abu Dhabi Marine and Operating Co. (ADMA-OPCO) has embarked on a project with vMonitor to deploy a new generation wireless-sensor-network technology for monitoring continuously injection well surface pressure and flow rates.

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    Mon, 24 Nov 2008

  9. Automation in Siberian field provides more stable operations

    Automation in Salym field of western Siberia has reduced operator travel and hazard exposure, reduced interruption in electric submersible pump operations, and provided more stable operations and faster restarts.

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    Mon, 1 Nov 2010

  10. Egypt’s Natural Gas Operations and Plans: EGAS guides strategy, Gasco’s expanding grid supplies gas, gas liquids

    As the potential of Egypt’s gas resources became well defined and the benefits of clean burning fuel more important, the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Co.

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    Mon, 28 Jan 2008

  11. Balloon network allows remote CP monitoring

    Automated near-space monitoring of pipeline rectifiers offers a means of maintaining cathodic protection of pipeline networks without travelling to remote locations.

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    Mon, 21 Jul 2008

  12. Continuous well-flow estimates improve production allocation

    Evidence from several Shell operating units confirms that daily allocation based on continuous well flow estimates can be more accurate than the more traditional approach based on well testing.

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    Mon, 21 Dec 2009

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