From the Editor

I would also hope you are all enjoying the good weather, however as the President said, corrosion doesn’t stop. This is also the major maintenance painting season, but high temperatures and humidity are not the most suitable for blasting and painting activities, and I hope to cover this topic in the next issue of the magazine.
This month there are three articles on different topics in our industry. Brian Wyatt discusses the reliability of CP reference electrodes installed along a buried pipeline, and Bijan Kermani reviews the corrosion problems associated with the up-coming underground coal gasification process. Finally there is a case study highlighting a potential problem during hydrostatic pressure testing of a hydrocarbon storage tank.
Remember if you have any suggestions for future articles, or wish to submit a technical article, please contact me at brianpce@aol.com.
Brian Goldie, Consulting Editor

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