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published: 01.07.2012

Newsletter Summer 2012

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Ground Movement Monitoring along the Sakhalin-Khabarovsk-Vladivostok Pipeline

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"Continuous Real-time Pipeline Deformation, 3-D positioning and Ground Movement Monitoring along the Sakhalin-Khabarovsk-Vladivostok Pipeline" will be presented jointly with Laser Solutions, Moscow and North European Gas Pipeline Project Company, Moscow during IPC2012 9th International Pipeline Conference, Calagary, Canada.

Find out more about pipeline integrity monitoring here

IPC2012 9th International Pipeline Conference, September, Calgary
 

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Warming up Direct Electrically Heated Flowline in North Sea

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Using Direct Electrically Heated flowlines helps avoid wax and hydrate formation. The heating cable is exposed to a variety of risks, including damage from anchors, dropped objects and unknown subsea risks.
"DEH Cable System Preventive Protection with Distributed Temperature and Strain Sensors" will be presented jointly with Statoil at IPC2012 9th International Pipeline Conference September, Calgary, Canada.

Read the Case Study and find out more.

Video of Direct Electrical Heating by Nexans.

IPC2012 9th International Pipeline Conference, September, Calgary, Canada.


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The project is the subject of a short communication to be presented by Nexans Norway AS and Omnisens at 19th Conference of Electrical Power Supply Industry (CEPSI) Bali,  October 2012.
Find out about monitoring long power cables and read the case study.
Watch the video about power cable monitoring with optical fiber sensing.

19th Conference of Electrical Power Supply Industry (CEPSI)

 


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Thank-you if you are one of the 700 viewers of the video 'Long distance power cable and umbilical monitoring'!

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How does fiber optic distributed temperature sensing monitor power cables and umbilicals for hot and cold spots, and why that is so useful?
This video (about 4 minutes) explains.
We hope you enjoy (or enjoyed) it, and would appreciate your feedback.

Click here to see the video