Tech Talk Tuesday: Session 17 – The Importance of Field Verification and Cathodic Protection Data
As pipeline infrastructure ages, it is often the case that many of these assets are operating well beyond their original design philosophy, accordingly, managing integrity issues has never been more challenging. Therefore, it is critical that when operational data is collected in the field, the quality and accuracy is of the highest possible standard, as integrity-based operational decisions are often derived from the assessment of field data.
While in-line inspection (ILI) data is often considered the most important data set when assessing pipeline infrastructure, the importance of high-quality cathodic protection, coating, and field verification data supports ILI in numerous ways by providing confidence in the inspection technology and compelling information about the WHY factor when it comes to understanding root causes. In addition, in cases where ILI is not achievable, the only aspects under which integrity can be managed is the field data collected.
Learn more and join our regional session, which will be presented on March 9, 2021 at 11 am (CET).
This session is part of our series “TECH TALKS - Regional sessions on technical topics” with weekly discussions on a diverse range of topics on asset integrity management and regulatory ramifications for the oil and gas industry.
- March 9, 20212021-03-09T11:00:00
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