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11.01.18

Tracerco Webcast: Mitigating Uncertainty in Pipeline Inspection with the World's Only Subsea CT Scanner: DiscoveryTM, 13 Feb 2018

Tracerco Webcast: Mitigating Uncertainty in Pipeline Inspection with the World's Only Subsea CT Scanner: DiscoveryTM, 13 Feb 2018

Title: Mitigating Uncertainty in Pipeline Inspection with the World's Only Subsea CT Scanner: DiscoveryTM
Date: Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Time: 09:00 AM Central Standard Time
Duration: 1 hour

As subsea assets age, corrosion issues start to arise and the integrity of those assets are compromised. With the combination of non-intrusive DiscoveryTM fast scans and extended scans, operators can quickly identify and accurately determine wall loss integrity flaws of both piggable and unpiggable subsea pipelines, all in real time and while online.
 
This webcast, with case studies, will illustrate how operators can: obtain statistical confidence that their pipeline/pipeline system is within the acceptable tolerance specification, validate ILI inspection/eliminate operational risks associated with ILI usage, eliminate the costs associated with coating removal and ensure that there is no loss to production/deferment of revenue during inspection campaigns.
 
Speaker:
Jim Bramlett, Business Development Manager – Subsea, Tracerco
 
One of Tracerco's most experienced upstream business development professionals with over 25 years of experience in the oil and gas sector. Overall experiences encompass in-field, operational management, commercial and business development.
 
Proven track record of working with major oil and gas operators to develop technological solutions to solve their most intriguing diagnostic challenges. This includes major achievements such as securing over one million dollars in funding from a major operator for the development of a multi award-winning subsea diagnostic technology for pipelines. This technology went on to successfully deliver $10 million worth of savings on remediation that would have been ineffectual for the type of build-up and, savings of around a third on the cost of the inspection campaigns for other clients.
 
Moderator:
Kurt Abraham, Editor & Chief Forecaster, World Oil
 
He is responsible for day-to-day management of content, heading up forecasting, and developing new products. Kurt has 30 years of industry experience. He earned a BA degree in journalism and business administration from Texas A&M University. His experience includes all four major media, as well as a major trade association. He is a member of NOMADS, the IPAA Supply and Demand Committee, and Offshore Energy Center, and he serves as an expert commentator.

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