United Pipeline Systems Relines Steel Line for Canadian National Resources, Ltd.

December 2016, Vol. 243, No. 12

Elevated water temperatures running through pipelines can present umber of problems to owners in the oil and gas industry. Identifying ways to mitigate the issues associated with high temperatures, such as interior corrosion, have led United Pipeline Systems to develop a new polyethylene (PE) liner explicitly designed for high temperatures. Under normal circumstances, high temperatures can soften PE material, leading to failure for both the liner and steel host pipe. For a water injection line near Swan Hills in Alberta, Canada, a special solution was necessary since the pipe carried production water at more than…

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