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Training for the Pipeline Industry

Oil-and-gas industry employers must invest in training and qualification to keep personnel up with technology. The more basic, outdated techniques are changing as the industry moves into advanced testing techniques, and multiple method qualification will be increasingly required of technicians in the future.

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