January 2019, Vol. 246, No. 1

Features

Growing Role of Digitalization in Pipeline Integrity Management

By Ivan Stubelj, Emerson Automation Solutions When it comes to the safe transportation of gases and the integrity of pipelines, the ability to operate such infrastructure in a safe and reliable manner is vital. (photo: Emerson) Yet, pipelines today consist of vast and complex networks, delivering from remote locations to gas processing facilities and petrochemical manufacturers. The number of pipelines in remote areas is also adding to the challenge, with approximately 2,175,000 miles of pipelines in 120 countries around the world and – according to Pipeline & Gas Journal’s 2017 Worldwide Pipeline Construction Report – 83,000 miles

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