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How can operators monitor and assess pipeline water crossings in the face of severe flooding?

Areas across North America have been impacted by flooding over the past month causing concern for pipeline owners and operators. Severe flooding, river scour and river channel migration can adversely impact the safe operation of a pipeline. Last month PHMSA issued an advisory to pipeline operators urging them to ensure the integrity of their pipelines in the event of flooding, scour…


Using Data to Optimize Integrity Resources

PureHM's Robert Zmud explains how operators can develop a clear picture of the existing and future risks to their pipelines through an integrated approach to pipeline integrity management in World Pipeline's February 2019 issue.


How inline leak detection can complement ROW surveys and CPM systems

Right of way (ROW) surveys and computational pipeline monitoring (CPM) are effective methods of leak detection, both targeting different indicators that pipeline containment is compromised. ROW surveys are an excellent way to look for visual signs of a leak along the pipeline length and CPM is effective at identifying large, sudden losses of product that can be detected by measuring the…


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