June 2014, Vol. 241, No. 6


Comparing Speed-Control Pig Cleaning With Hard-Bodied Cleaning Pig

The Southeast Supply Header (SESH) is a 42-inch and 36-inch natural gas pipeline originating at Carthage, TX and running 446 miles to a terminus at Coden, AL. SESH links the onshore natural gas supply basins of East Texas and northern Louisiana to markets predominantly served by offshore natural gas supplies from the Gulf of Mexico. Enable Midstream cleans these pipelines annually to enhance gas quality, maintain throughput efficiency, remove potentially deleterious liquids and debris, reduce the risk of internal corrosion and ensure the best performance from inline inspection (ILI) inspection runs. It is commonly accepted in the pipeline industry that ordinary cleaning pigs do

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