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World Pipelines Spotlight with ROSEN Group

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World Pipelines’ Senior Editor, Elizabeth Corner, talks to Corey Richards and Chris Holliday, ROSEN Group, about how data science can help an operator rank ‘problem pipelines’ and use condition prediction to prioritise those more pressing ILI runs.


Corey Richards holds the role of Canadian Manager for ROSEN’s Challenging Pipeline Diagnostics Division. Since 2014 his area of focus has been creating solutions for unpiggable pipelines in the Canadian, Oceana and Asia Pacific regions. Chris Holliday is Integrity Engineering Lead at ROSEN Canada. Chris is a registered Professional Engineer in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan. He moved to Calgary from the UK, where he is a Chartered Engineer with the Institute of Mechanical Engineers.

The ROSEN Group is a leading provider of cutting-edge solutions in all areas of the integrity process chain.

In today’s spotlight session, we are reviewing ROSEN’s recent article for World Pipelines, entitled ‘Roundtripping the unpiggables’, which was written by Chris Holliday, Corey Richards and Simon Irvine.

The article is published in the August 2022 issue of World Pipelines and it describes describes how data science can help an operator rank ‘problem pipelines’ and use condition prediction to prioritise those more pressing ILI runs. Whether you’re looking at a small or large network of assets deemed ‘unpiggable’, determining where to begin is a daunting task in itself. This article urges the operator to approach unpiggable pipelines from all angles, to find the best integrity management solution.

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