Pipeline Pigging System

Pigging refers to the practice of using devices known as "pigs" to perform various maintenance operations such as cleaning and inspecting on a pipeline which is done without stopping the flow of the product in the pipeline.

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B&O and On Running partner up for special edition wireless earphones

Danish high-end audio gear firm Bang&Olufsen and Swiss sports footwear brand On Running have teamed up for a limited edition pair of B&O's E8 Sport true wireless earphones to help you power through your workout with music.

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Building an inclusive digital ecosystem for Earth

by Theadora Mills, Communications Officer at the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) Secretariat As part of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Forum 2020, co-organized by the UN agencies ITU, UNESCO, UNDP and UNCTAD, the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) hosted an interactive webinar to bring together experts working to build an inclusive global Digital Ecosystem for Earth.  […]

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Pictorial: 2020 Poltu Quatu Classic Concours d’Elegance

With Italy beginning to emerge from lockdown, it was only natural that one of the first moves towards getting back to normal was a glamorous celebration of automotive heritage in the fifth edition of the Poltu Quatu Classic Concours d’Elegance.

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China operators pass 100M 5G subscribers

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China’s two largest mobile operators ended June with 108 million 5G subscribers, after adding a combined 22.4 million during the month. China Mobile picked up 14.6 million, closing the month…

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Proteus becomes the world’s first manufactured non-cuttable material

Researchers claim they've come up with the world's first manufactured non-cuttable material, just 15 percent the density of steel and impervious to drills or angle grinders. They say it could make for indestructible bike locks and lightweight armor.

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Interstellar organic matter might be a major source of Earth’s water

Earth is a famously watery planet, but where exactly it all came from is a mystery. Now researchers have suggested a new origin story, by showing that water and petroleum can form inside clouds of organic matter, at high temperatures and pressure.

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Global emissions of heat-trapping methane hit record high

New analysis has revealed that emissions of methane, a particularly potent greenhouse gas, have now hit record highs, with the surge being driven in large part by increases in the burning of fossil fuels and increasing agricultural activity.

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Second-generation of powerful X-ray laser fires for the first time

The Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) is an extremely powerful X-ray laser – and now it's about to get even more powerful. The second generation of the instrument has now achieved first light, with scientists demonstrating fine control of the beam.

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