June 2021, Vol. 248, No. 6

Features

Options for Internal Inspection of Difficult-to-Check Pipelines

By Michael Beller and Carlos Enrique Sabido Ponce, ROSEN Group   (Editor’s note: This is the first of a two-part article. Part 2 will appear in the July issue of P&GJ)   High-pressure transmission pipelines are and will remain part of the essential infrastructure for transporting large quantities of liquids and gases over long distances.    Click to enlarge Primarily known for their use in the oil and gas industry, they will also play an important role in the up-and-coming hydrogen economy in the future, as well as in the water industry.   Pipelines are essentially cylindrical pressure vessels. Any medium transported must not lea

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