February 2016, Vol. 243, No. 2

Features

Mobile Inspection Forms Cut Time, Maximize Accuracy of Audits

Recordkeeping increasingly is the linchpin for the safe, reliable construction and operation of energy pipeline systems. In both the aftermath of natural gas pipeline incidents and in the attempts to develop a more sophisticated safety culture that employs technology advances to expand preventive maintenance, accurate, up-to-date and accessible inspection records are a risk-management necessity. This has required a technology and a mindset transformation of sorts for the oil and gas industry. Emerging from more recent federal and state regulatory responses to pipeline failures, some catastrophic in their effects, there has been a renewed emphasis on the “paper trail” of inspection, maintena

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