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14 February 2017
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PE100+ releases online trenchless guide

The PE100+ Association has launched an online assistant for trenchless pressure pipe installation.

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27 September 2016
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JSM develops new technology for removing cables

JSM has developed a new system for the removal of decommissioned underground fluid cables using Trenchless Technology methods.

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13 May 2016
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NASTT to host Canada training courses

The North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT) will be hosting two Trenchless Technology training courses in Canada in June.

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10 January 2016
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Michels cements place as Direct Pipe market leader

Michels Corporation has ended 2015 on a high note, as the firm successfully completed its 11th and 12th Direct Pipe installations shortly before the New Year.

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8 November 2015
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Oil, gas & energy

Direct Pipe installation record broken in US

Laney Directional Drilling has successfully completed the installation of a 3,505 ft, 48″ pipeline underneath the Sabine-Neches Waterway – a new record in the US Direct Pipe installation.

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30 August 2015
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New record set in Direct Pipe installation

The US record for Direct Pipe installation has been broken again, this time by Michels Corporation.

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11 August 2015
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Regional

Direct Pipe installation record broken in US

Laney Directional Drilling has successfully completed the installation of a 3,505 ft, 48″ pipeline underneath the Sabine-Neches Waterway – a new record in the US Direct Pipe installation.

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16 December 2013
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From the magazine

River crossing with Direct Pipe

Michels Canada completed the first installation in Canada utilising the Direct Pipe method when it completed a 1,122 ft crossing under the Beaver River.

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