Subsea Pipeline Integrity Management
01 December 2011
This event has concluded. Please see below for presentations.
SPIM 2011 took place on the 1st December 2011 at One Birdcage Walk, home of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers in the heart of Westminster.
The offshore industry continues to face challenges relating to inspection, maintenance and repair of subsea pipelines. Particularly with regard to legacy assets that are required to continue operation beyond their original design lifetimes.
Following on from the success of the 2010 event, the Pipeline Industries Guild, Subsea UK and the Society of Underwater Technology joined together to present a one-day conference on the topic that is high on the agenda of operators, governments and regulatory bodies.>> view programme
Innospection - Flexible Riser Inspection with MEC-FIT
Atkins - Integrity Management Planning Through Populating the FMECA with Root Causes
BP - Inline Inspection, First Run Success
Chevron - Design the Risk Out, Not its Mitigation In
DNV - EPRS Specific Corrosion Assessment for Sour Service Use
Germanischer Lloyd - RBI for Offshore Pipelines: Challenges in Theory and Practice
HSE - SPIM Introduction
Schlumberger - Implementing Subsea Surveillance in an Integrity Management Plan
ROSEN - Sizing Internal Corrosion with Complementary Robust Inline Inspection
Penspen Group - Risk-based Inspection: Managing Uncertainty in the Condition of Ageing Assets