September 2018, Vol. 245, No. 9

Features

Leak Detection Going to the Dogs

By Joe Hollier, Editor The nearly two-hour drive to Direct Integrity’s (DI) headquarters, located just outside Beaumont, Texas, flew by quickly. Luckily, the interstate traffic east out of Houston was light because I was eager to learn more about DI and their unusual leak detection capabilities. We first crossed paths at the Pipeline Pigging and Integrity Management Conference (PPIM) held earlier this year.  Owner Trey Cherry works ROW with Gabby As mentioned in my Editor’s Notebook (Page 2), I am a big proponent of working dogs, especially retrievers. In my lifetime, I have owned a total of seven retrievers, five Labradors and two Boy

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