Admir Celovic

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Admir Celovic is in his function as Director Publications responsible for the Pipeline Technology Journal Media Brand and all other outlets of EITEP Institute. He is your contact for questions regarding the ptj editorial content or advertisements.

Mr. Celovic has held this position since 2015 following his master’s degree in communications management.

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Turkey and Bulgaria (copyright by Shutterstock/Sasha_Strekoza)
Turkey and Bulgaria (copyright by Shutterstock/Sasha_Strekoza)

Eastern European Transboundary Gas Pipeline Project To Be Signed This Week

Boyko Borissov, Prime Minister of Bulgaria, announced at the 12th Annual Summer University of GERB Youth Organization that a gas pipeline contract from Turkey through Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary and Austria is expected to be signed on 5 September 2019.   He added that the energy project will help to ensure diversification of supplies and that together with the gas interconnector, Greece will achi

P2X Kopernikus project test facility (copyright by Patrick Langer/KIT)
P2X Kopernikus project test facility (copyright by Patrick Langer/KIT)

The world’s first integrated Power-to-Liquid test facility to synthesize fuels from the air-captured carbon dioxide

Sector coupling of electric power and mobility has now been demonstrated by the partners of the P2X Kopernikus project on the premises of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). The first liters of fuel were produced from air-captured carbon dioxide and green power.

T.D. Williamson HQ (copyright by T.D. Williamson)
T.D. Williamson HQ (copyright by T.D. Williamson)

T.D. Williamson and TRC Partner to Provide improved Services to Pipeline Operators

TRC has joined with T.D. Williamson (TDW) to support pipeline operators with safe, reliable and efficient services to get them in compliance with the new federal “Gas Mega Rule.” The Gas Mega Rule – the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration’s revisions to 49 CFR Parts 191 and 192 – are expected to go into effect in August.

Pipe coating facility, Calgary Alberta - Rosen Group
Pipe coating facility, Calgary Alberta - Rosen Group

ROSEN Delivers Polyurethane Lined Pipe

The ROSEN Group has delivered Polyurethane Lined Pipe to an Oil Sands Mine in Fort McMurray. The pipe is internally coated with a wear resistant RoCoat™ liner. ROSEN also equipped the new pipe with a wear monitoring system allowing acquisition of coating condition online. The lined pipe and wear monitoring devices were designed, manufactured and installed in Calgary, Alberta.

1.6 Billion Dollar Pipeline Proposed to Move Crude Oil Out of North Dakota (Christopher Boswell / Shutterstock)
1.6 Billion Dollar Pipeline Proposed to Move Crude Oil Out of North Dakota (Christopher Boswell / Shutterstock)

1.6 Billion Dollar Pipeline Proposed to Move Crude Oil Out of North Dakota

Two companies are proposing a $1.6 billion pipeline to move North Dakota crude oil out of the state, making it the biggest project of this kind since the Dakota Access pipeline that sparked violent clashes between protesters and law enforcement in the past years.

ExxonMobil Proceeds with Argentina Expansion Project in Vaca Muerta Basin (Harry Green / Shutterstock)
ExxonMobil Proceeds with Argentina Expansion Project in Vaca Muerta Basin (Harry Green / Shutterstock)

ExxonMobil Proceeds with Argentina Expansion Project in Vaca Muerta Basin

ExxonMobil is proceeding with a long-term oil development in Argentina’s Bajo del Choique-La Invernada block. The project is expected to produce up to 55,000 oil-equivalent barrels per day within five years and will include 90 wells, a central production facility and export infrastructure connected to the Oldeval pipeline and refineries.