September 2014, Vol. 241, No. 9

Features

Traceability: A Technology, Requirement And Future For Pipelines

“The overriding lesson: great software can fail if it is not paired with industry expertise.” – Brett Vogt, Project Consulting Services, Inc. Whether they are people, places or things, there is nothing that can escape electronic scrutiny in the 21st century, pipelines included. With the right planning, personnel and software systems, both industry and government representatives agree that the tools are in place to maintain control and complete records for the North American, if the not the world’s, oil and natural gas pipelines. It wasn’t always this way, and pipeline industry veterans certainly have changed their perspective on “traceabi

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