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Oil and Gas Pipelines in Nontechnical Language by Thomas Miesner and William Leffler
Once we began this e-book, we didn’t intend to have a chapter on chemical pipeline operations, however Paul Davis volunteered to write down the chapter for us. He helped us perceive the important nature of the lighter hydrocarbons, and deserves early point out amongst these serving to with the e-book. We wrote chapter 3 first as a result of it established the essential data for the remainder of the e-book.
David Vanderpool offered in depth assist throughout a number of revisions of that chapter, suggesting analogies and higher methods to elucidate the subject. John Anderson and Wayne Swafford checked chapter 3 from a pure gasoline perspective. We initially contemplated just one chapter on operations, however we shortly found pure gasoline and oil every deserved particular person chapters. Their distinctive properties make operations fairly completely different, a theme repeated all through the e-book.
Butch Kincaid, Ross Sinclair, Larry Hoelscher, Dwayne Burton, Ron Hales, Tim Roehrick, and Albert Horelica, Jr. every took the time to patiently clarify to individuals with principally oily expertise the mysteries of pure gasoline operations. That included a number of management room visits and a tour by means of Albert’s spotlessly clear compressor station, the place his father had labored earlier than him. John Bartos and Rick Ykema added in-depth data to compressors and compressor operations for chapter 11.
Being concerned with a whole alternative of SCADA and leak detection programs is one thing nobody ought to need to do greater than as soon as in a profession. Regardless of that, as we wrote the e-book, Galen Stanley took further time to assist us higher conceptualize leak detection and its relationship to SCADA as we tried to place data into phrases. Luis Gamboa assisted with native SCADA, and Richard Parker and Kevin Rittie reviewed the complete chapter. John Keifner lent his data and expertise to chapter 9, offering worthwhile critique.
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