Despite advances in technology, a large percentage of pipelines remain difficult to pig or are deemed "unpiggable", which means they cannot be inspected via inline inspection (ILI). There are also various reasons why pigging would not be required, or feasible, on a pipeline.
But how can you meet the strict legislative and environmental requirements, and demonstrate the safe performance and integrity of a pipeline without pigging?
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Pigging - or not
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How to verify pipeline integrity
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Remote survey used for routine testing onboard Hebron, operated by ExxonMobil Canada Properties.
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