pipeline debris Articles

  • Crawler Size: The Right Investment for the Right Pipeline Inspection Application

    As with any maturing technology, the inspection crawler market has evolved from a handful of basic models to a vast array of configurations, each uniquely adapted for nearly any pipeline inspection application.For buyers, this can also be a double-edged sword since finding the right crawler among the myriad of choices can require research, forethought, and inevitably some compromise. So, here are ...


    By Envirosight LLC

  • It’s not just clean; it’s CETCOclean - chemical cleaning of 10”and 8” ethane pipelines

    CETCO Oilfield Services Pipeline Division chemically cleaned 10” and 8” ethane pipeline segments prior to an in-line inspection (first time ILI on the 10” pipeline). The operator’s primary concerns were flow interruptions to the receiving plant and ensuring that all line debris was collected prior to entering the downstream 8” section. CETCO designed and supplied all necessary equipment and ...


    By CETCO Energy Services

  • `FilterSep` arated from the competition - CETCO oilfield services FilterSep technology: liquid pipeline cleaning and integrity management with no downtime

    CETCO Oilfield Services FilterSep Technology allows pipeline owners and operators to clean, pig, and perform integrity management and inspection operations without taking their liquid pipelines out of service. With CETCO Oilfield Services FilterSep Technology, pipeline operators can conduct all of their pipeline cleaning and integrity assessments with uninterrupted product delivery to their ...


    By CETCO Energy Services

  • An update on the cost of decommissioning in the Gulf of Mexico, 2003-2008

    Decommissioning represents the end of the production life cycle of offshore structures, when wells are plugged and abandoned, infrastructure is removed and the site is cleared of debris. Decommissioning operations are generally routine, involving standard, low-technology methods, over distinct stages and relatively short time horizons. The removal of the topside facilities, deck, conductors, ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • City Of Vancouver Deploys Free-Swimming Tools For Successful Inline Inspection Of Pressurized Main

    With its Pacific Ocean entranceway and towering backdrop of snow-dusted mountains, it’s no wonder the City of Vancouver ranks among the most laid-back, beautiful cities in Canada, and indeed, the world. Water is in its blood. This spring the coastal seaport city retained the services of ...


    By Pure Technologies

  • How Much Could You Save by Avoiding a Consent Decree?

    In 2012, St. Louis, MO (Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District) set a record for the most expensive sewer consent decree in history at $4.7 BILLION to be spent over the next 23 years. The cause of this consent decree and the cause of most consent decrees are overflow events that allow untreated waste into the nearby lakes, streams, river, or other nature areas. There are typically two types of ...


    By EnTech Engineering, Inc

  • A possible solution: Biodiesel made with garbage `the fuel of the future`

    A group of Spanish developers working under the company name Ecofasa, headed by chief executive officer and inventor Francisco Angulo, has developed a biochemical process to turn urban solid waste into a fatty acid biodiesel feedstock.Here is a translated description of the tecnology:ECOFA is a new fuel, which due to its origin, its production, and its solution to the inherent problems in any ...


    By Ecofa

  • Kelag demonstrates hydro power know-how in Bosnia-Herzegovina

    Austrian energy companies are increasingly helping to expand the hydro power capacities in the Balkans. On the River Ugar, which today marks the border between the Federation of Bosnia-Herzegovina and the Republic of Srpska, the Novakovici runof- river power plant has been delivered by a subsidiary of the Carinthian utility company Kelag, InterEnergo. In a normal year, the high-pressure plant, ...

  • Recovering Wasted Energy: Beneath the city streets

    Sewage heat recovery graphNo one likes to think about it, but city planners and engineers often have no choice but to deal with it, and that’s sewage. Though techniques vary somewhat from place to place and from facility to facility, sewage generally flows down pipes with multiple steps in place designed to remove and treat as many solids as possible, before returning the freshly distilled ...


    By DDI Heat Exchangers Inc.

  • Climate change and the US energy sector

    As President Obama emphasized in his speech at Georgetown University in June 2013, climate change is happening. It is here, it is now, and as Obama warned, “Our planet is changing in ways that will have profound impacts on all of humankind.” But what are these effects? The President reels off examples: sea levels in New York harbour increasing by a foot in depth over the past century, ...

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