June 2015, Vol. 242, No. 6

Features

Major Pipeline Operators to Evaluate Aerial-based Safety Technologies

Three of North America’s largest pipeline operators – Enbridge Pipelines Inc., TransCanada Corporation, and Kinder Morgan Canada – have signed a Joint Industry Partnership (JIP) agreement to conduct research into aerial-based leak detection technologies, in the interest of enhancing across-the-board pipeline safety. According to a news release issued by the three operators, “This partnership illustrates a spirit of collaboration among TransCanada, Kinder Morgan and Enbridge in the continued common pursuit of industry-wide safety and operational excellence. It also demonstrates the partners’ commitment to investing in the leading-edge tools and technologies that

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