June 2019, Vol. 246, No. 6

Features

Reducing Leakage Risks Using Advanced Digitalization

By John Nixon and William Hahn, Siemens PLM Software Stricter regulations, price volatility, and emerging technologies are disrupting conventional operational approaches in today’s midstream pipeline industry; even transport demand has never been greater. Therein lie both challenges and opportunities. First, let’s look at the challenges. While pipelines remain much safer and more economical means of transporting oil, gas, and liquid gas products compared to truck and rail, the industry must continue addressing safety concerns, often due to leaks often caused by sub-optimal maintenance.   In response, the industry developed an approach to adapt th

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