Connect and Collaborate in the Digital Era - Part 5
Cathodic Protection (CP) is a technique used to control the external corrosion threat for metallic structures immersed in a corrosive environment. The application of this technique represents hundreds of thousands of dollars spent annually by operators to ensure its effectiveness. However, a precise CP management program would reduce those costs. CP effectiveness and coating defects on buried pipelines can be known using aboveground survey techniques. These techniques are commonly used as one part of a buried pipeline’s integrity management plan, particularly in situations where in-line inspection technologies cannot be utilized.
Social distancing on the Right-of-Way — take advantage of quiet roads to complete aboveground surveys with fully digital remote decision support. NIMA allows combining above-ground survey results from different techniques; therefore, it brings an integrated solution in the application and interpretation of all above-ground surveys, avoiding issues related to Data Alignement, Data Compatibility and Data Disponibility. On top of that, the data could be used for external corrosion assessment, integrity assessment and risk assessment. Join this webinar, hosted by Daniel Cassarino, to find out more.
Learn more and join our webinar, which will be presented on June 25, 2020 at 8 am (BST).
This webinar is part of our webinar series “Integrity Insights” with weekly discussions on a diverse range of topics related to integrity management.
- June 25, 20202020-06-25T03:00:00
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