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Pipeline Geomatics: Practice and Innovation

Steve Adam
Steve Adam
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Kelsey Davis
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The design and building of pipelines has made use of geomatics through traditional field surveys. Land surveyors would select the route and then collect data for alignment sheets or for submitting plans with the land titles registry. Modern geomatics professionals still assist in these tasks but advances have helped pipeline designers and builders deal with more data, address more regulations, and effectively maintain pipeline systems better than they were able to in the past.

This chapter discusses those aspects of pipeline design and construction that provide some context to the reader as to why and how geomatics and specifically Geographic...

3.1 Introduction
3.2 Data Centralization for Pipeline Projects
3.3 Front End Engineering Design — Line Pipe
3.4 Front End Engineering - Facilities
3.5 Detailed Engineering
3.6 What's Next?
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