Pipeline Integrity Management & Risk Assessment 2014

2014-11-10 - 2014-11-12
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The increasing use of high-technology inspection and maintenance methods are helping pipeline owners to assess the condition of their lines, and if these modern maintenance methods are combined with modern defect-assessment methods, they can provide a very powerful and cost-effective tool. This course will provide attendees best practices on how to manage gathered data from various inspection techniques and apply them in modelling the potential failures. It will also teach attendees on how to optimize the inspection and maintenance resources to develop a comprehensive integrity management program covering both pipelines and their associated facilities. The necessary elements of such a program are described in detail with examples of typical program content including an overarching view of where detailed Risk Analysis and Defect Assessment fits in the Program. The course is highly interactive and takes the form of lectures, workshops, and case studies.

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