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Put geosynthetic clay liners around underground oil-gas pipelines can reduce the potential damage to environment but it will also affect the distribution of cathodic protection current. Geosynthetic clay liners can be regarded as anisotropic soil structure and the potential distribution on the pipeline between two adjacent cathodic protection stations was calculated based on boundary element method (BEM). The calculation results indicate that potential distribution on the pipeline withdoi:10.4236/jpee.2014.24080 fatcat:b6pfqg5bnbbt7lwurhb2ltyhb4