Name
WG 10 Session A - Internal Corrosion
Date & Time
Thursday, April 8, 2021, 2:45 PM - 4:15 PM
Tamer Crosby Dean Jenson
Description

1. Effectiveness of Corrosion Inhibitors 

Purpose

This session will look into the effectiveness of batch corrosion inhibitors in mitigating internal corrosion. We are going to discuss the outline of the research started by Alberta Innovates in their recent study on the application of batch inhibitors and the film formation. How many pigging runs will the film last? What are the steps needed to apply an effective film?
This session will share cost effective and sustainable strategies available to mitigate internal corrosion hazard for pipeline operators.  Presentations will include an overview of recent joint industry program findings and examples of experience from operators. 

Who Should Attend?

This session should be attended by owners responsible for pipeline risk management, integrity professionals, operations engineers, contractors that provide risk management services and integrity managers.

2. Advancement in Inline Inspection Technology for Internal Corrosion 

Purpose

We will discuss the limitations of MFL inline inspection tools when it comes to measuring pin holes, pit-in pit and general wall thinning. We will also talk about recent technological upgrades to the smaller diameter tools that increase the accuracy of prediction.

The goal of this session will be to understand the current limitations of inline inspection tools related to sizing internal corrosion damage and for chair and participants to share their experience in order to make better decisions when managing inline inspection programs as related to internal corrosion hazard.  

Who Should Attend?

This session should be attended by owners responsible for pipeline risk management, integrity professionals, operations engineers, contractors that provide risk management services and integrity managers.
 

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Session Category
Working Group 10
Name
WG 10 Session A - Internal Corrosion
Description

1. Effectiveness of Corrosion Inhibitors 

Purpose

This session will look into the effectiveness of batch corrosion inhibitors in mitigating internal corrosion. We are going to discuss the outline of the research started by Alberta Innovates in their recent study on the application of batch inhibitors and the film formation. How many pigging runs will the film last? What are the steps needed to apply an effective film?
This session will share cost effective and sustainable strategies available to mitigate internal corrosion hazard for pipeline operators.  Presentations will include an overview of recent joint industry program findings and examples of experience from operators. 

Who Should Attend?

This session should be attended by owners responsible for pipeline risk management, integrity professionals, operations engineers, contractors that provide risk management services and integrity managers.

2. Advancement in Inline Inspection Technology for Internal Corrosion 

Purpose

We will discuss the limitations of MFL inline inspection tools when it comes to measuring pin holes, pit-in pit and general wall thinning. We will also talk about recent technological upgrades to the smaller diameter tools that increase the accuracy of prediction.

The goal of this session will be to understand the current limitations of inline inspection tools related to sizing internal corrosion damage and for chair and participants to share their experience in order to make better decisions when managing inline inspection programs as related to internal corrosion hazard.  

Who Should Attend?

This session should be attended by owners responsible for pipeline risk management, integrity professionals, operations engineers, contractors that provide risk management services and integrity managers.