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. Furthermore, pipework system integrity is crucial for sustainable financial performance. Potential threats include, but are not limited to, external and internal corrosion, cracking, and mechanical and metallurgical damage. A comprehensive asset management plan identifies these threats and aligns appropriate actions, including inspection techniques and technologies, to the mitigation of risk arising from potential pipework failures.
ROSEN’s piping inspection and integrity service portfolio helps operators of refineries and petrochemical plants maintain the end-to-end integrity of their piping systems, from robust design to end-of-life management. Drawing on an extensive portfolio of innovative technology solutions and dedicated to enabling short reaction times, our expert team focusses on setting up comprehensive inspection programs and failure mitigation actions for the protection of plant equipment. Risk ranking and prioritization, customized inspection planning and execution, and integrity management plans help ensure pipework integrity and enable the operator to overcome corrosion threats and comply with relevant regulations.
Please join this free webinar to learn about the key role comprehensive asset integrity management and thorough inspection technologies play in protecting the piping assets in your refinery or petrochemical plant.
The webinar will be presented live by our experts at 8 am (London Time) and 5 pm (London Time) on September 26, 2019.
Business Line Manager Non-Destructive Testing
Part of ROSEN’s Non-Destructive Testing Team, Ronald specializes in NDT and inspection services for terminals and refineries in the Netherlands and Belgium. He is a Level 3 inspection engineer with more than 20 years of experience in tank and pipe inspections. As an EEMUA 159 certified tank assessor and API 653 certified inspector, his focus is on inspection technologies with a major emphasis on compliance.
KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES
- Identifying the key threats to pipework integrity
- Gathering insights into advanced piping inspection technologies
- Aligning inspection technologies to threats
- Reviewing the outcome of inspections to inform the asset management plan
- Building a holistic asset management program for pipework assets
This webinar is aimed at inspection and integrity engineers working in refineries, petrochemical plants and other high-hazard, asset-intensive industries.