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OUR COVER PHOTO shows a Linde Corporation hydrostatic testing team at work on a section of compressor station pipe in the Marcellus region in NE Pennsylvania in the USA. Michael Rosenfeld’s opening paper on pp 229-240 this issue discusses in detail the issues around hydrostatic spike testing of pipelines.

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Hydrostatic pressure spike testing of pipelines: why and when?
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About the Journal

Established in 2001, The Journal of Pipeline Engineering (incorporating the Journal of Pipeline Integrity) is an independent, international, quarterly journal, devoted to all aspects of engineering for oil, gas, and products pipelines.

Each issue of the quarterly Journal reviews technical advances in a wide range of engineering subjects, encompassing: new and emerging technologies and their applications; pipeline design; corrosion prediction, detection, and mitigation; inspection and integrity assessment methods and tools; defect assessment and maintenance prioritization; pipeline data management, integration and analysis; and other areas relevant to this expanding science.

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The Journal of Pipeline Engineering now uses the Open Journal Systems manuscript-management system, provided by Journal Editorial Services, for accepting and processing manuscripts, peer-reviewing, and informing authors of comments and manuscript acceptance.

Please go to http://jes-pipe-eng.com to submit your paper into this system: the necessary instructions can be found via links on the opening page. Manuscript files can be uploaded in text or PDF format.

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The Journal of Pipeline Engineering is published by:
Great Southern Press
PO Box 21, Beaconsfield

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Houston, TX 77002

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