pipe laying

pipe laying

[′pīp ‚lā·iŋ]
(engineering)
The placing of pipe into position in a trench, as with buried pipelines for oil, water, or chemicals.
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ONE of the world's biggest marine pipe laying machines which has been built in Teesside is now finished after three years of construction.
The output power of the new ARROW 2 Pipe Laying Laser almost 5.
Preparation for pipe laying has been ongoing for the past two months.
The contract is to design, engineer, manufacture and deliver specialized offshore pipe laying equipment.
PARIS -- Technip (Paris:TEC) (NYSE:TKP) (ISIN:FR0000131708) has been awarded by Petrobras a contract worth approximately $200 million for the four-year charter of its flexible pipe laying vessel Sunrise 2000, operating offshore Brazil.
The upgrade combines the vessel's heavy-lifting capabilities with its conversion to J-Lay pipe laying operations in deepwater.
The new plan will need 4,000 kms of pipe laying at a cost estimated between $5 and $7 billion and would see Nigerian gas flowing through the new line to Spain and the existing line to Italy.
Laser Alignment sold $6 million in machine-control and guidance systems last year, with another $24 million in pipe laying lasers and other construction laser equipment.
COFLEXIP is already a major player in the subsea industry in Brazil, where it operates flexible subsea pipes plant in Vitoria and two pipe laying ships permanently based in the country.
Thrust Block (Anchor Block), Pipe laying along existing culvert and One Year.
Onshore pipe laying is on schedule to begin in mid-July in Polk County, Fla.
GeoLogic Computer Systems, located in Waterford, Michigan, provides a variety of computer solutions that automate and improve the efficiency of heavy construction site surveying, precision farming, geological surveying, road construction, excavation, pipe laying operations, plus many other industrial applications.