Logistics: Is Key During Pre-Design For Linear Pipeline

Smith, Dale M.
November 2010
Underground Construction;Nov2010, Vol. 65 Issue 11, p22
Trade Publication
The article focuses on how U.S.-based Geotechnology Inc., a geotechnical consultant offering services in applied earth and environmental sciences, successfully supports the design and construction of an oil pipeline. It notes that Geotechnology Inc. has developed organizational and coordination skills in order to successfully accomplish the said task. It claims that oil will be carried by the steel and plastic pipelines from a production facility to a tank farm.


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