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Title: Integrity management: practical, international examples applied to pipelines and beyond
Category: Pigsource Papers
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Catalog No.: pg3519
Date of Publication: Feb 1 2010 12:00AM
Price: $25.00 US
Authors: Bill Rees
Abstract: Pipeline integrity managers have long considered the application of a dynamic process - serving to ensure improved security, safety and risk-control within Oil and Gas pipelines - a best-practice technique.

In some cases, regulators attempt to implant such a dynamic process into the day-to-day rhythm of pipeline operators by calling for deliverables and reports that can best be produced as a by-product of such an Integrity Management Cycle. In this paper, we examine how an Integrity Management Cycle is defined and applied by various operators around the world – including some who face regulation and others that do not. Particular attention will be made to compare these operators with Pemex and their subsidiaries. This exercise will illustrate those aspects common to all best practice operators, regardless of the regulatory environment within which they operate.

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