Case Study: Pipeline Exposure in New Mexico

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Case Study: Pipeline Exposure in New Mexico

Three pipelines cross an unnamed waterway in New Mexico. Sparse vegetation grows in soil composed of clay and sand. Heavy rainfalls have eroded the soil, resulting in headcutting and streambed degradation that exposed one of the pipelines. The project area was graded to create uniform contours, followed by the installation of a system of Submar

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Wind Erosion and the Products and Services Submar Offers to Mitigate Them

Oil and gas pipeline professionals need to concern themselves with three different types of erosion: onshore, offshore, and wind. All three are significant threats to companies concerned about pipeline erosion control. Submar offers numerous products that help reduce the risk of erosion. The final portion of this blog series will take a more in-depth look

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Onshore Erosion and the Products and Services Submar Offers to Mitigate Them

Those involved with the oil and gas pipeline industry need to concern themselves with three different types of erosion: onshore pipeline erosion, offshore pipeline erosion, and wind erosion. All three are significant threats to companies concerned about pipeline erosion control. Submar offers numerous products that help to mitigate the risk of erosion. Part One of

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Introducing “Armadune”

Over the past three decades, Submar has been the leader in the pipeline erosion control industry helping many companies working with oil and gas pipelines with their pipeline exposures and streambank stabilization concerns. One of the ways Submar has helped companies is with its onshore and offshore articulated concrete revetment mats. Submar recently introduced a

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