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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Creaform Releases Pipecheck 5.1 Software for NDT Testing in the Oil and Gas Industry
Creaform Releases Pipecheck 5.1 Software for NDT Testing in the Oil and Gas Industry

Creaform Releases Pipecheck 5.1 Software for NDT Testing in the Oil and Gas Industry

Creaform, a worldwide leader in portable 3D measurement solutions and engineering services, announced today the release of Pipecheck 5.1, a major upgrade to the most sophisticated non-destructive testing (NDT) software on the market for pipeline integrity inspections in the oil and gas industry.

Saudi Aramco attacked by drones - Symbolic Picture (Copyright: Saudi Aramco)
Saudi Aramco attacked by drones - Symbolic Picture (Copyright: Saudi Aramco)

Saudi Aramco Pipeline Attacked by Drones

A Saudi oil pipeline was attacked by drones, causing “limited damage,” the Saudi energy minister said on Tuesday, only one day after Saudi Arabia said two of its oil tankers had been sabotaged. This latest development is ratcheting up tensions in the already troubled region.

Two oil pumping stations for the East-West pipeline had been hit by explosive-laden drones.

TANAP and TurkStream win the ptc Photo Contest 2019
TANAP and TurkStream win the ptc Photo Contest 2019

TANAP and TurkStream win the ptc Photo Contest 2019

The winner photo of the ptc-photo contest under the motto “What is it like to work in the pipeline industry?” has been awarded during the Pipeline Technology Conference in Berlin, Germany. Winners of the competition were the pipeline system operators TANAP and TurkStream. The ptc Photo Contest has been sponsored my Maats.

BP Awards Contracts to BHGE & McDermott for Greater Tortue Ahmeyim Natural Gas Project (Copyright by bp)
BP Awards Contracts to BHGE & McDermott for Greater Tortue Ahmeyim Natural Gas Project (Copyright by bp)

BP Awards Contracts to BHGE & McDermott for Greater Tortue Ahmeyim Natural Gas Project

McDermott International and Baker Hughes, a GE company have announced today that they have been awarded subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines (SURF) and subsea production system (SPS) equipment contracts by BP for the Greater Tortue Ahmeyim natural gas project, located offshore Mauritania and Senegal.

Pipeline History: the first modern pipeline was commissioned 400 years ago (Copyright: Museum Salz & Moor / Adrian von Riedl)
Pipeline History: the first modern pipeline was commissioned 400 years ago (Copyright: Museum Salz & Moor / Adrian von Riedl)

Pipeline History: first modern pipeline commissioned 400 years ago

400 years ago, the first modern pipeline was put into operation in Bavaria, Germany. It transported salt from Reichenhall to Traunstein. The last parts remained in operation until 1958.

To build a pipeline from Reichenhall to Traunstein, 31 kilometres long, with a height difference of 250 metres was a great venture in 1617.

Reliable pipeline protection with DENSO: New laying method in water
Reliable pipeline protection with DENSO: New laying method in water

DENSO uses new laying method in water for pipeline protection

For the rehabilitation of a drinking water pipeline in a district 200 km north-east of Munich, Germany, DENSO managed to protect weld seams from corrosion quickly and efficiently using a new laying method that floats in water.

80 Pipeline System Operators from Europe, Asia, MENA and South America Ensure Success for Exhibitors during 14th ptc in Berlin (Photo by Philip Wilson)
80 Pipeline System Operators from Europe, Asia, MENA and South America Ensure Success for Exhibitors during 14th ptc in Berlin (Photo by Philip Wilson)

80 Pipeline System Operators from Europe, Asia, MENA and South America Ensure Success for Exhibitors during 14th ptc in Berlin

Petrobras to sell pipeline unit to Engie for $8.6 billion (Alf Ribeiro / Shutterstock)
Petrobras to sell pipeline unit to Engie for $8.6 billion (Alf Ribeiro / Shutterstock)

Petrobras to sell pipeline unit to Engie for $8.6 billion

ENGIE announces that the consortium in which it holds a majority stake has won the competitive bidding process conducted by Petrobras for the sale of a 90% shareholding in Transportadora Associada de Gás S.A. (TAG) with a final and binding offer amounting to USD 8.6bn.