November 2021, Vol. 248, No. 11


Leveraging 2 Kinds of Wisdom to Support Asset Integrity

Cooper By Brian Cooper, President, HT Engineering  Imagine a bright, sunny Monday morning after a rainy weekend. In the office, your team is checking the input data from various sources for a risk assessment of your line, and all seems to be in order.   Then, imagine one of your field staff – we’ll call her Manuela – in her pickup truck on her way to visit the site of her crew’s next project. Manuela notices that the unusually heavy weekend storm scoured out a stream bed that previously covered a section of the line, so it’s now exposed. Maybe this is not an emergency, but it’s definitely a threat to the integrity of the pipeline.  Does Manuela h

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