August 2016, Vol. 243, No. 8

Features

Integrated Corrosion Management of Oil, Gas Installations

Corrosion monitoring of oil and gas installation usually peaks during the operations/production stage, but each stage of the project is (design, construction, commissioning, operations, maintenance/shutdown time) is equally important for these facilities. The activities carried out during the design/commissioning stages are necessary for efficient production because corrosion monitoring will be carried out once the facilities are in operation. Compare corrosion monitoring to the watchful eyes of an eagle: macro to minor, nothing is too small to be ignored. This article discusses the importance of design, construction, commissioning, operations and shutdown activities along with the role of

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