Integrity Insights - Webinar Series
Our world is rapidly changing. Due to the COVID-19 crisis, we find ourselves in unfamiliar territory facing new challenges each day. As each one of us is faced with the necessity of adapting to this new situation, we believe that now, more than ever, the exchange of knowledge is critical. That is why we invite you to join our free webinar series, Integrity Insights. Watch now
High-Resolution Data Collection in Unpiggable Pipelines
Some pipelines cannot be inspected with standard in-line inspection (ILI) solutions and are therefore termed “unpiggable.” A combination of various circumstances relating to pipeline design, operating conditions and/or characteristics of the medium can prevent successful data collection through traditional methods. Modification of these pipelines to enable standard in-line inspection procedures may be considered, but this option can be expensive and technically complicated. To confirm the integrity of these lines, a specialized solution is often necessary. Watch now
Protecting the Core
Managing Critical Assets Through Comprehensive Integrity Management Techniques and Inspection Technologies
The combination of increasing safety and environmental concerns shared by the general public and more stringent regulations has led to an intensification of preventive maintenance for piping systems in high-hazard installations such as refineries. A comprehensive asset management plan identifies these threats and aligns appropriate actions to the mitigation of risk arising from pipework failures. Watch now
The Role of Competency in Pipeline Safety Management Systems
Pipeline Safety Management Systems (PSMS) are management tools that will help a pipeline operator comprehensively and holistically manage all the many aspects of pipeline safety. The framework of PSMS is specified in the API Recommended Practice 1173 and consists of ten elements, one being 'Competence, Awareness, and Training' which is probably the most important one since there is a strong link between pipeline failures and human errors caused by incompetence. Watch now
Integrity Management of Geohazards
How Bending Strain and Pipeline Movement Analyses Help You Get the Most From Your IMU Data
In this webinar, we will describe the key role that bending strain measurement plays in the evaluation and management of pipeline integrity. This webinar will cover the basics of IMU inspection to define strains in the pipeline and explain how repeat inspection can demonstrate whether the pipeline has experienced movement under the action of external loads. Watch now
A NIMA Use Case
Empowering Post-ILI Decisions
Watch our webinar to learn more about our new digital solution for integrity management, NIMA. It guides asset operators through the integrity management process and ensures that they are always in a position to make the best possible integrity management decisions. Watch now
Coiled Tubing Inspection in Accordance With the New API 5C8
Know the requirements. Know the solution. Achieve coiled tubing reliability.
Watch our webinar to learn more about our ACIM Service and recent technological advancements. Our experts will provide advice on how to deal with API 5C8 inspection requirements and explain how ROSEN supports handling this recommended practice. Relevant insight will be shared as to what reliable, real-time monitoring of coiled tubing integrity looks like for onshore operations, such as well interventions along with a number of offshore applications. Watch now
Combined Diagnostic Solutions
Comprehensive. Accurate. Efficient.
Pipelines are exposed to a wide range of potential damage mechanisms, which may eventually result in leakage or worse if not identified and mitigated at the right time. While single threats may severely compromise the operational safety of a given pipeline, combined threats like corrosion in dents, or cracks in corrosion pose an even higher risk to the asset’s overall integrity. Watch now
The Competence Club
A Structured Approach to Demonstrating Competence
Pipeline standards and regulations explicitly require pipeline engineers to be both technically “competent in” and “qualified for” all the tasks they perform. As organizations and individuals, we try to ensure we can demonstrate competence in accordance with regulations and best practices. This webinar introduces The Competence Club by examining a pipeline engineer’s journey to competence and how they and their organization can ensure that it is demonstrable in accordance with standards and regulations. Watch now
Corrosion Growth Assessment
Advanced ILI signal processing to expose active threats
Now it is widely accepted that inline inspection (ILI) is the most reliable method for detecting, identifying, and characterizing corrosion defects. ROSEN has developed an approach that makes full use of the extensive magnetic flux leakage (MFL) data from repeat inspections to provide a full and accurate corrosion growth rate distribution. We are pleased to invite you to a free webinar, during which we will outline our capabilities in using repeat MFL inspection data for the establishment of corrosion growth rates. Watch now
Competent or merely confident?
'Competence' and 'Qualification' in Pipeline Engineering
How do we know whether the engineer developing, for example, an in-line inspection program for your pipeline is competent to develop this program? How do we know that an engineer who assesses, say, the significance of cracks in your pipeline is qualified in crack assessment?
We are pleased to invite you to a free webinar in which we will introduce the elements of technical competence.
Unpiggable No More
Inline Inspections of Challenging Offshore Pipelines
The inline inspection of offshore pipelines is becoming an increasingly challenging task when developing an overall integrity management plan.
This webinar will discuss in detail the individual challenges that offshore pipelines present and, in order to illustrate the current state of technical possibilities, four case studies will be presented, each with their own challenges and tailored solutions. Watch now
MAOP Validation with RoMat PGS
Strive for zero incidents
The webinar will give technical insights on the technology, and discuss in-depth the integrity assessment process. This service closes the gap of unknown material information and ensures that records are reliable, traceable, verifiable and, above all, complete.
Modeling Solutions for Pipeline Integrity and Operations
Given the fact that irregular and unpredictable flow leads to abnormal operations, maintaining consistent production flow in a pipeline is critical to operators. ROSEN offers fully integrated flow assurance consultancy by modeling steady-state and dynamic flow behavior for our clients.
Challenging Offshore Inspections
Offshore in-line inspections come with their own set of technical challenges, which distinguishes them from onshore pipeline inspections.
Not knowing how to best tackle these challenges may result in pipelines being left uninspected or inspections falling short on requirements, thus creating potential risks to their integrity.
Effective Modeling for Inspection and Operation
This webinar will present and cover the requirements to successfully build and run a flow assurance study and demonstrate the value of the data to support corrosion, cleaning and inspection programs.
Take Control of Cracks
Development of effective Crack Management Strategies
Asset Management of existing infrastructure has become increasingly important as ageing makes the infrastructure increasingly vulnerable to failure and associated shut downs. Managing the long term integrity of pipelines that are susceptible to cracking requires a holistic strategy supported by experts.
Corrosion Management in the current economic climate
With state-of-the-art equipment, the ROSEN Group is the perfect partner for projects where plastics are linked with systems like sensors, loggers or software. The company develops and manufactures high performance elastomers, internal and external coatings, and smart plastic systems for a wide range of applications and industries such as oil and gas, mining, tunneling or wind energy.
Integrated approach for MAOP Validation
Closing the Gap of missing Pipe Properties
To fulfill the requirements of maximum allowable operating pressure (MAOP) validation comprehensively and holistically, ROSEN elaborated the unique “Integrated Approach”. This turn-key deliverable addresses all aspects required for the validation of the MAOP and comprises of three main complementary activities: Review & alignment of existing pipeline information, utilizing existing data and the RoMat PGS service with a novel ILI technology for pipe grade determination. Watch now
Featuring new Innovations in Robotic and free swimming ILI
The concern for safety and the increasing need for compliance with regulatory requirements continue to pressure pipeline operators to develop comprehensive integrity assessments programs for their pipeline networks. With well over 40% of the world's pipeline network considered "Unpiggable" by standard ILI solutions many operators struggle to find viable solutions capable of providing accurate and reliable inspections and integrity assessments meeting the stringent standards set. Watch now