Call for Papers for Pipeline Research Council International’s (PRCI) 2019 Research Exchange program is closing soon.
PRCI is inviting abstract submissions from operators and researchers demonstrating the value created from deployment and application of innovative research and development.
The primary focus should be on completed PRCI research; however, quality research from all areas of pipeline operations from any operator or research organisation may be included.
Abstracts should include the name, title and company of the presenter; notation of whether it’s PRCI research; a 300 word description of the research; a 300 word description of its value to operators; and a 300 word description of how operators can put it into practice.
PRCI is seeking papers for multiple thematic tracks:
- design, materials and construction
- integrity and inspection
- right-of-way protection
- leak detection
- remote monitoring
- safety management systems
- the digital pipeline world
- subsea pipelines
- global pipeline research.
Click here to submit an abstract.
For more information visit the PRCI website.
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