Weatherford Successfully Completes Pipeline Rehabilitation In West Virginia

March 2006
Underground Construction;Mar2006, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p52
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Weatherford International Ltd. Pipeline & Specialty Service Group's pipeline rehabilitation project that used the U-Liner high-density polyethylene lining system on an eight-inch river-crossing pipeline. The pipeline, owned by the Energy Corporation of America, spanned the Kanawha River near Bell, West Virginia. The U-Liner product is manufactured by PolyPipe Inc. and was developed for municipal applications.


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