Effectively managing the integrity of buried piping systems is a complex process riddled with many challenges. Most notably are the safety and financial risks that owners and operators must balance when they try to optimize both production and maintenance. By incorporating state-of-the-art inspection methods, including laser technology and self-propelled In-Line Inspection (ILI) robots, managers of buried piping systems are able to mitigate risks that enable increased production, safer work spaces, and lower operating costs. Join GE’s panel of pipeline inspection experts on November 15th as they share their knowledge of these comprehensive inspection methods, and their collective experiences on pipeline challenges.
Speakers: Clay Goudy, Andre Filiatrault, Robert Pechacek