Pipeline integrity management remains one of the most important concerns for the energy industry. Over the last two years, pipeline operators have faced a number of challenges stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, market uncertainty and regulatory pressure. However, maintaining the safety and efficiency of energy transportation infrastructure is crucial to meeting demand and protecting the public.
Pigging and inline inspection (ILI) are key aspects to any pipeline integrity management program. Cleaning pigs keep pipeline running efficiently, while ILI tools provide critical data for operators regarding the condition of the pipe itself.
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