August 2014, Vol. 241, No. 8

Features

Overcoming Pitfalls Of Installing Pipeline Integrity In Russia

Pipeline systems are an extremely safe method of transporting hydrocarbons. However, like any engineering structure, failure remains a possibility, which could result in serious consequences for the surrounding population and environment. As a result, risk-based integrity management systems are increasingly being used to ensure that pipelines are repaired and re-inspected in a safe and cost-effective manner. Risk management is a methodology for ascertaining the likelihood that an event will cause harm to people or the environment. Essentially, it provides strategies, processes, resources and tools to monitor, recognize, and deal with a risk event. Various techniques are availab

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