How New Oil & Gas Extraction and Transportation Methods are Influencing Pipeline Corrosion

The oil and gas industry has been steadily increasing production rates to keep up with the rising global demand for energy. According to statistics from BP, global oil production has increased from 63 million barrels per day in 1980 to 92 million barrels per day in 2016. In addition, global…

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