An overview and possible methods to capture the full potential of digital technologies for corrosion and integrity management with a focus on upstream pipelines. Considering current industry offerings but also potential new technologies.
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High throughput corrosion measurement indicates that species type and concentration directly impact MIC rates. A corrosion model to identify a risk index for corrosion is based on amount, type, and proportion of living MIC organisms.
Corrosion monitoring technology selection should be based on the challenges and information needs in each individual case. A combination of monitoring technologies will often provide the most reliable information, leading to improved decisions and better corrosion management.
An overview of some of recent progresses in monitoring corrosion using probes/sensors as a practical means of acquiring in-situ and site-specific data from ‘invisible’ underground structures such as oil & gas pipelines
The methodology developed involved initially flushing the facilities with less saline water to remove deposits and sediments, and subsequently treating the entire facility with a mixture of corrosion inhibitor, oxygen scavenger and biocide in brackish water.
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