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 Evaluation and Rehabilitation of Pipelines

Training courses: October 18-19
Conference: October 20-21
Exhibition: October 20-21

Performing Pipeline Rehabilitation

 

Introduction

  • Overview of the course
  • Outline of Course Materials

In-Plant Rehabilitation of Pipelines

  • Removal of existing coatings
  • Internal cleaning
  • Surface preparation
  • Coating application

Field Rehabilitation Options

  • Types of techniques that are available
  • Factors affecting selection of the best technique
  • Practical examples

Out of the Ditch Rehabilitation Projects

  • Right-of-way crossings
  • Applicable engineering calculations
  • Right-of-way preparation
  • Excavation and stripping the pipeline
  • Removing the existing coating
  • Preparing the pipeline surface for the new coating
  • Application of the new coating
  • Lowering-in and tie-in of the pipeline
  • Final right-of-way restoration

In-situ and Short Segment Rehabilitation Projects

  • Engineering Evaluation of the project
  • API 1117 Standard
  • Supporting the line
  • Moving the line
  • Lowering the line
  • Excavation of the pipeline
  • Removing the existing coating
  • Preparing the pipeline surface for the new coating
  • Application of the new coating

New Approach to In-Situ Rehabilitation

  • Rehabilitation of Operating Pipelines
  • Problems
  • New Technology Solution

Internal Pipeline Rehabilitation Projects

  • Nature of the problem
  • Corrosion, erosion and corrosion/erosion
  • Techniques available
    • “Tight fit” or interference sliplining systems
    • “Swedglining  systems
  • Xhab external pipe strengthening
  • Smart Pipe internal pipe strengthening
  • Liquid coating systems

Selecting a Field Rehabilitation Coating

  • Evolution of field coatings
  • Application Properties
  • Material Properties
  • Costs

Inspection of the pipeline

  • ANSI B31-G
  • RSTRENG
  • Eddy Current mapping of corrosion sites

Making necessary repairs

  • Out of service repairs
  • In-situ repairs
  • Welded repairs
  • Composite reinforced repairs
  • XWrap hand-applied repair
  • Epoxy in-fill repairs

Environmental Issues

  • Coatings removal
  • Coating application
  • Abrasives and dust
  • Coating overspray

Industry Standards

  • Coating removal (How clean is clean?)
  • Testing for water soluble contaminants
  • Surface preparation
  • Specifying abrasives
  • Inspection of coatings

Job Specifications

  • Excavation
  • Coating Removal
  • Inspection and Repair
  • Surface Preparation
  • Coating Application
  • Backfill
  • Safety

Tying it all together

  • Questions and Answers

Organized by:  
Clarion Technical Conferences Tiratsoo Technical
Supported by:
Journal of Pipeline Engineering
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