November 2014, Vol. 241, No. 11

TechNotes

Tandem Diagnostics, Repairs Solution Targets Gas Pipe Leaks

No one questions the need for utility companies to adopt a feasible, cost-effective solution for North America’s aging infrastructure. A recent study by USA Today points out that the consequence of mismanaging and ignoring the state of pipelines is nothing short of embarrassingly disastrous. The solution is to apply a tandem set of in-place diagnostics and repairs to the pipelines, and continue to do so regularly. More specifically: use existing technology that provides live-feed assessments while the gas pipeline is in use, and then rehabilitate impaired or at-risk gas pipelines with a nondestructive pipelining process. This solution is proven effective, available and

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