Oil & Gas Pipelines in Nontechnical Language

Un libro in lingua di Miesner Thomas O. Leffler William L. edito da Pennwell Corp, 2006

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Intended for the nonspecialist but thorough enough to provide a good basic understanding for industry novices, students, and personnel in related areas such as accounting, legal, finance and government agencies. Beginning with how pipelines differ among crude oil, refined products, natural gas and across customers, the text describes the history of pipelines, the basics of how they work, and how they operate across the main types, with offshore pipelines and petrochemicals included. It then covers supervisory control and data acquisition, controls, leak detection, the major components of the pipeline and how they work, engineering and design issues, construction maintenance due to damage or wear, investment decisions and satisfying stakeholders. Annotation ©2006 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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