New leak detection book targets pipeline operators
Published by Stephanie Roker,
Authors have shared over 60 years’ experience in the pipeline industry and pipeline leak detection in a new ‘must read’ book targeted for oil and gas pipeline controllers, control room supervisors, analysts, technicians, consultants, pipeline engineers, pipeline operations personnel, management and government regulators.
Pipeline spills occur as pipeline infrastructure ages and more hazardous products are transported. Regrettably, too many leak detection systems fail to detect these leaks, and other leak detection systems are ignored by the operators because they are unreliable. Thus, leaks that should have been small spills become disasters that cost pipeline owners millions of dollars.
When pipeline leak detection is understood and valued companywide from the top ranks of the organisation to the field operators, pipeline companies reduce the consequences of pipeline spills.
The book titled ‘Introduction to Pipeline Leak Detection’ explains the key leak detection technologies deployed to detect leaks on pipelines today, in simple concise language that is easily understood by everyone.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/25102017/new-leak-detection-book-targets-pipeline-operators/
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