Pigging the Unpiggable: Case Studies of Inline Inspections (ILI) of Gas Storage Field Lines, Unpiggable Laterals, Multi Diameter, Facilities Piping, and High Temperature Pipelines

Join this webinar to hear Onstream Pipeline Inspection discuss a variety of case studies where pigging solutions were deployed in untraditional ways to “pig the unpiggable”.

Conventional inline inspection (ILI) is the preferred method of inspecting oil and gas pipelines and piping. However, many pipelines were not designed to be “pigged” and they require extensive retrofitting in order to make inline inspection possible.

There are a variety of assets that people may think are unpiggable using conventional techniques and technologies, including gas storage field pipelines, unpiggable laterals, multi-diameter pipelines, facilities piping, and high temperature pipelines.

However, operators still have options to efficiently and effectively inspect these pipelines with ultra-high resolution technology.

Join this webinar to hear Onstream Pipeline Inspection discuss a variety of case studies where pigging solutions were deployed in untraditional ways to “pig the unpiggable”.

Ideal for Pipeline Integrity Engineers, Pipeline Integrity Managers, and Facilities Engineers, this webinar will review case studies of inspection programmes for lines that were thought to be unpiggable. The presenters will discuss how the ILI provider assessed the projects and worked with operators to provide optimised solutions to result in:

  • Efficient inspection programmes.
  • Accurate results.
  • Decreased costs.

Participants will get ideas about how to tackle otherwise unpiggable projects, reducing pipeline retrofits and saving costs.

Register for your free space below.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/webinars/25082021/pigging-the-unpiggable-case-studies-of-inline-inspections-ili-of-gas-storage-field-lines-unpiggable-laterals-multi-diameter-facilities-piping-and-high-temperature-pipelines/

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