September 2019, Vol. 246, No. 9

Features

iPIPE Program Assisting in Detection of Pipeline Leaks

Jay Almlie, a principal engineer at the Energy and Environmental Research Center (EERC), talks with P&GJ about his involvement with the intelligent Pipeline Integrity Program (iPIPE), an industry-led consortium focused on advancing near-commercial, emerging technologies to prevent and detect gathering pipeline leaks.  Almlie, who has worked on projects involving pipeline leak detection and performance, discusses, among other topics, the growth of iPIPE, funding for testing of new technologies and the organization’s benefits to its members.   P&GJ: Jay, tell us about the purpose of the Intelligent Pipeline Integrity Program (iPIPE) and ho

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