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Corrosion Inspection and Monitoring
Author: Roberge
Price: $134.00

Strategic corrosion inspection and monitoring can improve asset management and life cycle assessment and optimize operational budgets.  Advances in computer technologies and electronics have led to very efficient tools for monitoring and inspecting corrosion, including impedance spectroscopy, electrical field signatures, acoustic emissions, and radiographs.  This up-to-date reference explains both intrusive and non-intrusive methods of measuring corrosion rates. It covers:

  •  The impact of corrosion on the economy and the safe operation of systems in diverse operational environments
  • The various forms of corrosion, with a focus on the detectability of corrosion damage in the real world
  • The principles of risk-based inspection and various risk assessment methodologies (HAZOP, FMECA, FTA and ETA), with examples from industry
  • The monitoring of microbiologically induced corrosion (MIC), cathodic protection (CP) systems, and atmospheric corrosion
  • Non-destructive evaluation (NDE) techniques, including visual, ultrasonic, radiographic, electromagnetic, and thermographic inspection
  • Roadmaps used by various industries and organizations for carrying out complex inspection and monitoring schedules

Complete with graphics and illustrations, this is the definitive reference for professionals involved in the maintenance of industrial systems and structures, from oil exploration to chemical plants and infrastructures; consultants; property managers; and civil, materials, and construction engineers.

Pierre R. Roberge, Ph.D., a full professor at the Royal Military College of Canada, has conducted research on the development of accelerated tests for the characterization of the corrosion resistance of metallic materials, the performance of materials in service, and the production of energy with electrochemical power sources. He is the author of numerous articles and papers and three books on corrosion engineering and testing.



Encyclopedia of Pipeline Defects E-book, Third Edition (Adobe Acrobat)
Author: ROSEN Group
Price: $195.00

Once your eBook order is processed, you will receive an email containing a download link. You will be allowed installation of the eBook on two separate computers.

THE AIM OF THIS Encyclopedia of Pipeline Defects is to illustrate the range of defects that may be encountered in high-pressure steel pipelines and their pipeline coatings. It gives advice on the probable cause and significance of the defects and comments on appropriate remedial actions. This book is not intended as a “Do-It-Yourself Manual” for the diagnosis and analysis of defects, and use of this manual will not make the user an ‘instant expert’. Many of the defects require analysis and diagnosis by a qualified expert using specialist analytical techniques.



Encyclopedia of Pipeline Defects, Third Edition
Author: ROSEN Group
Price: $195.00

Three ways to buy Encyclopedia of Pipeline Defects:
Print Book
E-book
Print Book + E-book Combo

THE AIM OF THIS Encyclopedia of Pipeline Defects is to illustrate the range of defects that may be encountered in high-pressure steel pipelines and their pipeline coatings. It gives advice on the probable cause and significance of the defects and comments on appropriate remedial actions. This book is not intended as a “Do-It-Yourself Manual” for the diagnosis and analysis of defects, and use of this manual will not make the user an ‘instant expert’. Many of the defects require analysis and diagnosis by a qualified expert using specialist analytical techniques.



Encyclopedia of Pipeline Defects, Third Edition Combo Print book + eBook (Adobe Acrobat)
Author: ROSEN Group
Price: $365.00

Once your eBook order is processed, you will receive an email containing a download link. You will be allowed installation of the eBook on two separate computers. The print book will be shipped via your shipping instructions.

Three ways to buy Encyclopedia of Pipeline Defects:
Print Book
E-book
Print Book + E-book Combo

THE AIM OF THIS Encyclopedia of Pipeline Defects is to illustrate the range of defects that may be encountered in high-pressure steel pipelines and their pipeline coatings. It gives advice on the probable cause and significance of the defects and comments on appropriate remedial actions. This book is not intended as a “Do-It-Yourself Manual” for the diagnosis and analysis of defects, and use of this manual will not make the user an ‘instant expert’. Many of the defects require analysis and diagnosis by a qualified expert using specialist analytical techniques.



Encyclopedic Dictionary of Pipeline Integrity
Author: Guy Desjardins, Reena Sahney
Price: $140.00

Three ways to buy Encyclopedic Dictionary of Pipeline Integrity:

Print Book
E-book
Print Book + E-book Combo

"This is one of the most useful books on the subject I’ve ever seen."
    -Iain Colquhoun, Chief Engineer,
     National Energy Board of Canada

This book is a reference guide to the broad range of topics that fall under the umbrella of "pipeline integrity." It is a compilation of the common terms, concepts, technologies and methods that one is likely to encounter in study, research or practice in this specialized field. The definitions and explanations have been written in language accessible to the non-specialist, involving simplification of often complex concepts, so that the user may get a quick overview of a topic or term and understand perhaps "what questions next to ask."

The relationships among and between many technical concepts are drawn clearly with hundreds of cross-references throughout the book. Profusely illustrated with almost 200 drawings, diagrams, charts and tables, more than 150 literature citations, and including more than 1,000 entries, Encyclopedic Dictionary of Pipeline Integrity will be a practical and oft-used companion to anyone involved in the pipeline industry.



Encyclopedic Dictionary of Pipeline Integrity Combo Print book + eBook (Adobe Acrobat)
Author: Guy Desjardins, Reena Sahney
Price: $270.00

Once your eBook order is processed, you will receive an email containing a download link. You will be allowed installation of the eBook on two separate computers. The print book will be shipped via your shipping instructions.

Three ways to buy Encyclopedic Dictionary of Pipeline Integrity:
Print Book
E-book
Print Book + E-book Combo

"This is one of the most useful books on the subject I’ve ever seen."
    -Iain Colquhoun, Chief Engineer,
     National Energy Board of Canada

This book is a reference guide to the broad range of topics that fall under the umbrella of "pipeline integrity." It is a compilation of the common terms, concepts, technologies and methods that one is likely to encounter in study, research or practice in this specialized field. The definitions and explanations have been written in language accessible to the non-specialist, involving simplification of often complex concepts, so that the user may get a quick overview of a topic or term and understand perhaps "what questions next to ask."

The relationships among and between many technical concepts are drawn clearly with hundreds of cross-references throughout the book. Profusely illustrated with almost 200 drawings, diagrams, charts and tables, more than 150 literature citations, and including more than 1,000 entries, Encyclopedic Dictionary of Pipeline Integrity will be a practical and oft-used companion to anyone involved in the pipeline industry.



Encyclopedic Dictionary of Pipeline Integrity E-book (Adobe Acrobat)
Author: Guy Desjardins, Reena Sahney
Price: $140.00

Once your eBook order is processed, you will receive an email containing a download link. You will be allowed installation of the eBook on two separate computers.

Three ways to buy Encyclopedic Dictionary of Pipeline Integrity:
Print Book
E-book
Print Book + E-book Combo

"This is one of the most useful books on the subject I’ve ever seen."
    -Iain Colquhoun, Chief Engineer,
     National Energy Board of Canada

This book is a reference guide to the broad range of topics that fall under the umbrella of "pipeline integrity." It is a compilation of the common terms, concepts, technologies and methods that one is likely to encounter in study, research or practice in this specialized field. The definitions and explanations have been written in language accessible to the non-specialist, involving simplification of often complex concepts, so that the user may get a quick overview of a topic or term and understand perhaps "what questions next to ask."

The relationships among and between many technical concepts are drawn clearly with hundreds of cross-references throughout the book. Profusely illustrated with almost 200 drawings, diagrams, charts and tables, more than 150 literature citations, and including more than 1,000 entries, Encyclopedic Dictionary of Pipeline Integrity will be a practical and oft-used companion to anyone involved in the pipeline industry.



Fracture Mechanics: Fundamentals and Applications, Fourth Edition
Author: T.L. Anderson
Price: $159.95

Fracture Mechanics: Fundamentals and Applications, Fourth Edition is the most useful and comprehensive guide to fracture mechanics available. It has been adopted by more than 150 universities worldwide and used by thousands of engineers and researchers. This new edition reflects the latest research, industry practices, applications, and computational analysis and modeling. It encompasses theory and applications, linear and nonlinear fracture mechanics, solid mechanics, and materials science with a unified, balanced, and in-depth approach. Numerous chapter problems have been added or revised, and additional resources are available for those teaching college courses or training sessions.

Features:

  • Offers a new, updated version of a longtime bestselling book on fracture mechanics
  • Balances concepts, industry applications, mathematics, and computer/numerical methods
  • Contains many new and revised worked examples and chapter problems, and a gallery of color photographs
  • Covers background mechanics, materials properties, and both linear & non-linear fracture
  • Provides access to solutions manual and lecture slides



Handbook of Natural Gas Transmission and Processing Second Edition
Author: Saeid Mokhatab, William Poe, James Speight
Price: $135.95

Handbook of Natural Gas Transmission and Processing gives engineers and managers complete coverage of natural gas transmission and processing in the most rapidly growing sector to the petroleum industry. The authors provide a unique discussion of new technologies that are energy efficient and environmentally appealing at the same time. It is an invaluable reference on natural gas engineering and the latest techniques for all engineers and managers moving to natural gas processing as well as those currently working on natural gas projects.



Hydrocarbon Liquid Transmission Pipeline and Storage Systems: Design and Operation
Author: M. Mohitpour, M.S. Yoon, J.H. Russell
Price: $199.00

This comprehensive professional reference book and training tool covers hydrocarbon liquid pipeline systems, including pipeline and appurtenances design, hydraulics design, pumping, and storage/terminal facilities designs, as well as operation and maintenance. Both high- and low-vapor-pressure and batching systems are covered.

This book provides aspects of steady state and dynamic hydraulics, mechanical design and operational issues related to pipelines transporting liquid hydrocarbons and petroleum products. In addition, it provides liquid properties important to the design of long-distance pipelines requiring multiple pump stations and storage facilities.



Introduction to Petroleum Exploration and Engineering
Author: Palmer, Andrew
Price: $72.00

This book is an introduction to oil and gas designed to be both accessible to absolute beginners who know nothing about the subject, and at the same time interesting to people who work in one area (such as drilling or seismic exploration) and would like to know about other areas (such as production offshore, or how oil and gas were formed, or what can go wrong).

It begins by discussing oil and gas in the broader context of human society, and goes on to examine what they consist of, how and where they were formed, how we find them, how we drill for them and how we measure them . It describes production onshore and offshore, and examines in detail some instructive mishaps, including some that are well known, such as Deepwater Horizon and Pi per Alpha, and others that are less known. It looks at recent developments such as shale oil, and concludes with some speculation about the future. It includes many references for readers who would like to read further. The mathematical content is minimal, and can be skipped.

Professor Andrew Palmer is currently Keppel Chair Professor in the Centre for Offshore Research and Engineering of the Department of Civil Engineering at the National University of Singapore. He has divided his career equally between practice as a consulting engineer and university teaching. In 1985 he founded Andrew Palmer & Associates, a company of consulting engineers who specialize in marine pipelines. In 1996, Professor Palmer returned to research and university teaching as Research Professor of Petroleum Engineering at Cambridge University in the UK. He was a Visiting Professor in the Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University from 2002 to 2003. Professor Palmer is a Fellow of the Royal Society, a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, a Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers, and current chairman of the DNV Pipelines Committee. He has been engaged in marine pipeline engineering for 39 years and has taken a leading part in many pipeline projects in the North Sea, the Middle East, Canada and the Far East. Professor Palmer is the author of three books and more than 180 published papers on pipeline engineering, structures and geotechnics.



Journal of Pipeline Engineering (incorporating the Journal of Pipeline Integrity) online access only
Author: Clarion
Price: $300.00

Includes online access only

The Journal of Pipeline Engineering is an independent, refereed, international quarterly journal devoted to the subject of maintaining and improving pipeline integrity for oil, gas, and products pipelines. The editorial content is original papers on all aspects of the subject from corrosion detection to defect assessment, from coating design to economic lifetime extension, and from design approaches to construction methodologies.

Also available Journal of Pipeline Engineering - print plus online access

Clarion provides continuing education, training courses, publications, and forums for exchange of ideas and experience with new technologies and developments in the oil & gas, pipeline, process, power, and energy industries. Today, managers at all levels must have a solid understanding of technical operations and a firm grasp on management issues and technologies that are available to improve operational performance, safety, and reliability. Clarion's products provide this knowledge and experience on a continuous worldwide basis.



Journal of Pipeline Engineering (incorporating the Journal of Pipeline Integrity) print plus online access
Author: Clarion
Price: $400.00

Air Post paid

Includes print plus online access

The Journal of Pipeline Engineering is an independent, refereed, international quarterly journal devoted to the subject of maintaining and improving pipeline integrity for oil, gas, and products pipelines. The editorial content is original papers on all aspects of the subject from corrosion detection to defect assessment, from coating design to economic lifetime extension, and from design approaches to construction methodologies.

Also available Journal of Pipeline Engineering - online access only

Clarion provides continuing education, training courses, publications, and forums for exchange of ideas and experience with new technologies and developments in the oil & gas, pipeline, process, power, and energy industries. Today, managers at all levels must have a solid understanding of technical operations and a firm grasp on management issues and technologies that are available to improve operational performance, safety, and reliability. Clarion's products provide this knowledge and experience on a continuous worldwide basis.



Mechanics of Offshore Pipelines, Volume 1: Bucking and Collapse
Author: Kyriakides, Corona
Price: $116.00

Key Features

  • Written by one of the most eminent researchers in this field
  • Capacity and limit states for tubular structures
  • Geometric and mechanical property characteristics of tubular structures
  • Design recommendations aimed at the practicing professional

As exploration and production of oil and gas move to deeper waters, a precise understanding of the mechanical behavior of tubular structures becomes increasingly important. The increasing external pressure combined with the hostility of the environment, place stringent demands on the design, installation and operation of pipelines, flowlines, risers and casing. The first book in a three book series, Mechanics of Offshore Pipelines, Volume One: Buckling and Collapse provides an in-depth understanding of the major limit states that affect these structures, ranging from collapse under external pressure to burst under internal pressure, as well as how these factors can affect the manufacture of the pipes, their installation, and their long-term operation on the sea floor. The book includes and introduction to offshore facilities and pipeline installation methods used to motivate the limit states considered. A chapter on pipe and tube manufacturing processes outlines the geometric and mechanical property characteristics of tubulars used in this industry. The next nine chapters analyze several of the limit states encountered, including local buckling and collapse caused by pressure, bending, tension, compression and combinations of these.

Contents: Introduction; Offshore facilities and pipeline installation methods; Pipe and tube manufacturing processes; Buckling and collapse under external pressure; Collapse of UOE pipe under external pressure; Collapse of dented pipes under external pressure; Buckling and collapse under combined external pressure and tension; Inelastic response, buckling and collapse under pure binding; Buckling and collapse under combined bending and external pressure; Inelastic response under combined bend and tension; Plastic buckling and collapse under axial compression; Combined internal pressure and axial compression; Elements of plasticity theory.

Stelios Kyriakides is a professor of mechanical engineering at the Research Center for Mechanics of Solids, Structures and Materials, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, USA.

Edmundo Corona is professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana, USA.



Metallurgy and Corrosion Control in Oil and Gas Production
Author: Robert Heidersbach
Price: $133.00

This book is intended for engineers and related professionals in the oil and gas production industries. It is intended for use by personnel with limited backgrounds in chemistry, metallurgy, and corrosion and will give them a general understanding of how and why corrosion occurs and the practical approaches to how the effects of corrosion can be mitigated. It is also an asset to the entry-level corrosion control professional who may have a theoretical background in metallurgy, chemistry, or a related field, but who needs to understand the practical limitations of large-scale industrial operations associated with oil and gas production. While the may use by technicians and others with limited formal technical training, it will be written on a level intended for use by engineers having had some exposure to college-level chemistry and some familiarity with materials and engineering design.



Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion
Author: Brenda Little, Jason Lee
Price: $122.00

Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion helps engineers and scientists understand and combat the costly failures that occur due to microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC).  This book combines recent findings from diverse disciplines into one comprehensive reference.  Complete with case histories from a variety of environments, it covers:

  • Biofilm formation
  • Causative organisms, relating bacteria and fungi to corrosion mechanisms for groups of metals
  • Diagnosing and monitoring MIC
  • Electrochemical techniques, with an overview of methods for detection of MIC
  • The impact of alloying elements, including antimicrobial metals, and design features on MIC
  • MIC of non-metallics
  • Strategies for control or prevention of MIC, including engineering, chemical, and biological approaches

This is a valuable, all-inclusive 978-0-471-77276-7 reference for corrosion scientists, engineers, and researchers, as well as designers, managers, and operators.

Brenda Little

is Senior Scientist for Marine Molecular Processes at the Naval Research Laboratory, Stennis Space Center, Mississippi. She serves on the editorial board for Biofouling and is a National Association of Corrosion Engineers International Fellow.

Jason Lee

is a Materials and Corrosion Engineer at the Naval Research Laboratory, Ocean Sciences Branch, Stennis Space Center, Mississippi.


NEW! Field Guide to Internal Corrosion Mitigation and Monitoring for Pipelines
Author: Richard B. Eckert
Price: $110.00

This book is intended to help oil and gas pipeline operators, corrosion professionals, integrity experts and risk management practitioners assess, control, and manage the effects of internal corrosion on pipeline systems, thus improving the safety, reliability and integrity of their operations. While the focus of this book is on pipelines, the content is broadly applicable to upstream equipment, processing facilities, mid-stream pipelines, liquid and gas storage assets, and delivery/distribution assets. Another intention of this book is to not only provide technical information about internal corrosion control, but also to provide suggestions and potential strategies for applying this information. The fundamental process of managing internal corrosion consists of threat assessment, mitigation selection and implementation, and monitoring the effectiveness of mitigation. This book is divided into these three main sections to help emphasize the point that corrosion management is a process, not a one-time event.



NEW! NACE Corrosion Engineer's Reference Book, 4th Edition
Author: Baboian
Price: $150.00

The objective of the NACE Corrosion Engineer’s Reference Book is to provide scientists, engineers, technologists, and students with useful and important information and data on corrosion investigation and control. The book is designed to be carried with the user so that the contents are readily available. This handbook contains more than 325 tables, graphs, and charts. Sections on Conversion Tables and Physical and Chemical Data have been expanded to include all information pertinent to corrosion research and engineering. Sections on Corrosion Testing, Atmospheric Corrosion, Seawater, Cathodic Protection, and Protective Coatings have been expanded. The Standards section now includes contact information for standards organizations throughout the world, with a complete list of acronyms used by these organizations. 2016 568 pages, drawings, photos, diagrams and tables, 5"x8" hardcover



New! Pipeline Risk Assessment: The Definitive Approach and Its Role in Risk Management E-book (Adobe Reader)
Author: Muhlbauer
Price: $145.00

From the National Transportation Safety Board Safety Study
Integrity Management of Gas Transmission Pipelines in High Consequence Areas,
January 27, 2015:

"The study did find that IM programs... require expert knowledge and integration of multiple technical disciplines including... probability and statistics, and risk management.... The study found that aspects of the operators' threat identification and risk assessment processes require improvement."

Three ways to buy Pipeline Risk Assessment: The Definitive Approach and Its Role in Risk Management:
Print Book
E-book
Print Book + E-book Combo

The optimum management of risks emerges from the best understanding of risks. Risk understanding is now available to all, via efficient and intuitive risk assessment. This book presents the definitive approach to assessing risks from pipelines—an approach that overcomes the limitations of previous methodologies.

As the definitive approach, the methodology must:

  • Provide clarity—generating immediately useful information to decision-makers
  • Be comprehensive and complete
  • Capture and integrate real world processes
  • Dispel myths arising from risk assessment past practice
  • Remove unnecessary complexity that interferes with understanding risk
  • Be cost-effective to create, apply, and manage.

As with the author’s previous works, the recommended methodology detailed here is a practical, easy-to-apply approach to measuring risks associated with operating any type of pipeline in any environment. Risk assessment need not be a complex academic exercise. It should be a straightforward practice, used by – and useful to – any and all stakeholders in a pipeline’s operation.

Some specific features of the definitive approach include:

  • The three critical determinants of failure probability—exposure, mitigation, resistance.
  • Using inspection information directly, intuitively, and efficiently in a risk assessment.
  • Measuring damage potential separately from failure potential.
  • Automatic and intuitive incorporation of interacting threats—weaknesses overlapping failure mechanisms.
  • The role of time-to-failure estimation in modeling corrosion and cracking.
  • Using hazard zones to understand potential consequence scenarios.
  • Representing all possible consequence scenarios with a manageable set.
  • The best use—not the most common use—of historical incident statistics
  • The essential role of the risk profile—proper risk management cannot occur without it.
  • Conservatism—both P50 and P90+ risk assessments are needed.
  • Making the risk assessment readily expandable—it should ‘get smarter’ as new knowledge becomes available.

Herein lies essential guidance for keeping pipelines safe: Improving risk knowledge, leading to superior risk management, leading to safer pipelines.

Click here to review the Table of Contents.

W. Kent Muhlbauer

Mr. Muhlbauer is an internationally recognized authority on pipeline risk management. In this field, he is an author, lecturer, consultant, and software developer. Techniques developed by Mr. Muhlbauer are in use by the largest pipeline operators in the U.S. and in pipeline operations in many other countries. Mr. Muhlbauer is an advisor to private industry, government agencies, and academia, as well as a frequently invited speaker at industry conferences worldwide. Mr. Muhlbauer also has an extensive background in pipeline design, operations, and maintenance, having held multiple technical and management positions in a pipeline operating company for many years prior to founding WKM Consultancy, LLC, a company providing specialized consulting on pipeline issues.



New! Pipeline Risk Assessment: The Definitive Approach and Its Role in Risk Management Print book + e-book (Adobe Reader)
Author: Muhlbauer
Price: $265.00

From the National Transportation Safety Board Safety Study
Integrity Management of Gas Transmission Pipelines in High Consequence Areas,
January 27, 2015:

"The study did find that IM programs... require expert knowledge and integration of multiple technical disciplines including... probability and statistics, and risk management.... The study found that aspects of the operators' threat identification and risk assessment processes require improvement."

Three ways to buy Pipeline Risk Assessment: The Definitive Approach and Its Role in Risk Management:
Print Book
E-book
Print Book + E-book Combo

The optimum management of risks emerges from the best understanding of risks. Risk understanding is now available to all, via efficient and intuitive risk assessment. This book presents the definitive approach to assessing risks from pipelines—an approach that overcomes the limitations of previous methodologies.

As the definitive approach, the methodology must:

  • Provide clarity—generating immediately useful information to decision-makers
  • Be comprehensive and complete
  • Capture and integrate real world processes
  • Dispel myths arising from risk assessment past practice
  • Remove unnecessary complexity that interferes with understanding risk
  • Be cost-effective to create, apply, and manage.

As with the author’s previous works, the recommended methodology detailed here is a practical, easy-to-apply approach to measuring risks associated with operating any type of pipeline in any environment. Risk assessment need not be a complex academic exercise. It should be a straightforward practice, used by – and useful to – any and all stakeholders in a pipeline’s operation.

Some specific features of the definitive approach include:

  • The three critical determinants of failure probability—exposure, mitigation, resistance.
  • Using inspection information directly, intuitively, and efficiently in a risk assessment.
  • Measuring damage potential separately from failure potential.
  • Automatic and intuitive incorporation of interacting threats—weaknesses overlapping failure mechanisms.
  • The role of time-to-failure estimation in modeling corrosion and cracking.
  • Using hazard zones to understand potential consequence scenarios.
  • Representing all possible consequence scenarios with a manageable set.
  • The best use—not the most common use—of historical incident statistics
  • The essential role of the risk profile—proper risk management cannot occur without it.
  • Conservatism—both P50 and P90+ risk assessments are needed.
  • Making the risk assessment readily expandable—it should ‘get smarter’ as new knowledge becomes available.

Herein lies essential guidance for keeping pipelines safe: Improving risk knowledge, leading to superior risk management, leading to safer pipelines.

Click here to review the Table of Contents.

W. Kent Muhlbauer

Mr. Muhlbauer is an internationally recognized authority on pipeline risk management. In this field, he is an author, lecturer, consultant, and software developer. Techniques developed by Mr. Muhlbauer are in use by the largest pipeline operators in the U.S. and in pipeline operations in many other countries. Mr. Muhlbauer is an advisor to private industry, government agencies, and academia, as well as a frequently invited speaker at industry conferences worldwide. Mr. Muhlbauer also has an extensive background in pipeline design, operations, and maintenance, having held multiple technical and management positions in a pipeline operating company for many years prior to founding WKM Consultancy, LLC, a company providing specialized consulting on pipeline issues.



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