Our webinar series, A Complete Guide to Pipeline Integrity, is dedicated to sharing knowledge with integrity engineers and other professionals that are new to our industry.
- Get a high-level overview of pipeline threats
- Understand integrity management possibilities to ensure safety & compliance, extend asset lifetime, and increase performance
- Applicable for CPD credits
Who Should Attend:
- Integrity engineers
- Project managers
- Supply chain personnel
- Engineers in training
- Professionals new to the industry
Find out more information about the individual sessions to be featured in this series, below.
Session 1: Getting to Know your Pipeline
29 April 2021, 10 am MST
The first webinar of the series focuses on how to understand your asset and encompasses both the integrity and diagnostic aspects of pipeline integrity management.
Alasdair Clyne & Corey Richards
Session 2: No Need to Get Bent Out of Shape
13 May 2021, 10 am MST
Focusing in on all things geohazards, this webinar covers the types, causes, risks, and management of these unique threats.
Corey Richards & Chris Holliday
Session 3: Where oh where has my Pipe Wall Gone?
27 May 2021, 10 am MST
This webinar covers the most popular pipeline threat of all – corrosion. Once again, subject matter experts will introduce the types, causes, and risks of this ever-present threat as well as discuss a holistic approach to managing corrosion.
Zach Farrell & Taras Bolgachenko
Session 4: Don’t Let Pipeline Integrity Slip Through the Cracks
10 June 2021, 10 am MST
The smallest crack can be detrimental to the integrity of a pipeline. This webinar discusses crack management for pipelines and describes the who/what/when/where/and how of cracks as a threat.
Jens Voss, Adrian Horsley & Chris Wood
Session 5: Ignorance WAS Bliss: the Evolution of Threats
24 June 2021, 10 am MST
This webinar introduces threats or happenings that may not have always been the hot topics of the pipeline integrity world but are now becoming more relevant, be it because we are aware of them, or because we now have ways to manage them, or even because we NEED to address them. What do you think? What are pipeline integrities ‘emerging threats’.
Corey Richards, Alasdair Clyne & David Shanks