May 2018, Vo. 245, No. 5

Features

Using Analytic Imaging Technology to Detect Leaks in Real Time

By Gurjeet Bansal, Intelliview Technologies Pipeline operators are increasingly taking a more proactive approach to maintaining the safety of their infrastructure and securing high-consequence areas (HCAs) from potential product releases. And while the pipeline is the safest mode of transporting oil, occasionally unintended leaks can occur. A DCAM watches over an Enbridge pig trap facility. Liquid transmission pipelines typically employ a multi-layered approach to performing leak detection on mainline assets.  These methods include aerial and ground surveillance methods, SCADA by remote control rooms and other supervisory applications

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