June 2022, Vol. 249, No. 6

Features

Emerging Trends, Approaches in Engineering Assessments Pipeline Safety

By Benjamin Mittelstadt, P.E., and Dan Williams, P. Eng., Dynamic Risk    The increased application of robust engineering assessments/fitness-for-service evaluations is expected to play out in several key ways.  Increasing pipeline safety and reliability performance. This really boils down to achieving the next level of safety through focused engineering work and the development and application of technology to enhance data gathering and integration, assessment techniques and associated workflows.  Addressing the new and emerging regulatory landscape designed to help achieve improved safety and reliability performance – Without the insight and analyses from engineering assessments (EA), c

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