July 2013, Vol. 240 No. 7


New Methodologies, Technologies Help Protect Pipelines

Good practice in reducing risks to pipeline integrity, and taking quick and effective action when potential threats develop, have long been part of sound pipeline operation. However, new technology trends, including social media, are amplifying public concern around how pipeline operators manage environmental, social and economic impacts. Fortunately, there are also new tools and methodologies to help minimize the probability of incidents occurring on the pipeline and also to minimize the consequences, if an incident were to occur. Keeping Your Social License To Operate One reason pipeline integrity is increasingly vital is the rising importance of the “social license to

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