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Testing, Inspection and Certification

  • thresats in oil and gas pipelines

Identifying subsidence threats to oil and gas pipelines

For engineers who work on pipelines, there are external threats to be aware of and respond to. Lines that cross through hilly or mountainous terrain are susceptible to land movement, or subsidence. Studying the terrain and the types of landmass movement is essential for engineers and geologists. It can play a role in determining where [...]

By |May 3rd, 2016|Non-Destructive Testing, Oil & gas|
  • Slope movement using inSar

Slope movement using Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR)

Landmass movement poses a significant threat to oil and gas pipelines, especially when the lines cross through hilly or mountainous terrain. Landslides, rockfalls, subsidence, and avalanches can cause catastrophic damage, particularly to pipelines. Additionally, engineers and operators need to be aware of slower landmass movement, referred to as soil creep. Monitoring as many types of [...]

By |April 8th, 2016|Non-Destructive Testing, Oil & gas|
  • Monitoring slope movement

Monitoring slope movement

Geohazards including landmass movement, subsidence and floods poses significant threats to oil and gas pipelines, especially when the lines cross through hilly or mountainous terrain. Identifying potential slope hazards and monitoring slopes and is an integral part of pipeline/asset integrity programs. Pipelines that are above ground are most at risk, though subterranean (below ground) lines [...]

By |April 4th, 2016|Non-Destructive Testing, Oil & gas|
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