September 2020, Vol. 247, No. 9

Features

Pipeline Challenges Limits of Leak-Tight Pipeline Isolation Capabilities

Special to Pipeline & Gas Journal Maintaining the integrity of piping and pipeline infrastructure continues to be of vital importance to owners and operators, particularly as a higher number of pipelines move into their fourth and fifth decade of operation, far beyond their original design life.  Despite this, and due to continued integrity management programs and regular inspection, these pipelines continue to operate safely. As part of an integrity management program, pipeline and piping systems require inspection, maintenance, and repair to ensure efficient and safe operation.  Any interruption to the product flow can be costly for the ope

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