Identifying any weak links in a pipeline’s integrity, eliminating them, and hereby increasing operational safety is the ultimate goal of any good integrity assessment/maintenance program. Significant enhancements in various in-line inspection technologies allows for a better understanding of assets as a whole.

Although the ‘traditional’ application of MFL, UT, or any geometry technology for in-line inspection has been to size and detect possible features, these technologies can also be applied in closing the gap of unknown material information of pipelines. In a past Webinar entitled Material Property Verification with RoMat PGS our integrity experts discuss how in-line inspection technologies enable verification of a pipeline’s material properties and reliably identify yield strength outliers. Watch the webinar now for technical insights on the RoMat PGS service and dive into an in-depth discussion of the integrity assessment process to uncover pipeline DNA.