Subsea CT Scanning: Fully Understanding Flow Assurance Issues and Validating Pipeline Integrity

As subsea pipelines age over time, the challenges posed to oilfield professionals greatly increase. Pipeline integrity

issues such as corrosion, pitting and metal loss defects can arise, which in turn can affect the future operational

viability of the line. Similarly, deposition build up such as wax, asphaltene, sand, scale and sludge can occur within the line, potentially leading to full or partial blockages. This in turn can restrict oil production and ultimately defer revenue.


In this webinar, we will discuss how subsea CT scanning can allow oilfield professional to non-intrusively inspect and diagnose a variety of pipeline integrity flaws, as well as identify and characterise a wide range of flow assurance issues. Recent case examples from offshore campaigns in the Gulf of Mexico, North Sea and West Africa, will illustrate how real scan data can be used to inform critical decision making on pipeline life extension as well as remediation – all without stopping or interrupting production.


Tracerco's Jim Bramlett and Rob Hardy will also be available for a live question and answer session after the presentation.


Registration link: bit.ly/30ocBmI

Tel: +44 (0) 1642 375500

E-mail: tracerco@tracerco.com

www.tracerco.com

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