Registrations are available for the Unpiggable Pipelines Solutions Forum (UPSF), taking place in Houston, US on 10–13 June 2019.
The biennial event will continue to build on the success of previous editions, with the objective of addressing capabilities and guidance concerning tools for corrosion and mechanical damage inspection of ‘unpiggable’ oil, gas and hazardous liquids pipelines.
UPSF will focus on the capabilities of existing technologies, as well as those in research and development, while advances and best practices in aboveground remote assessments, externally mounted assessment tools and combinations with direct assessment methodologies will form a significant part of the program.
Prior to the forum, an Inspection of Challenging Pipelines Course will take place on 10–11 June, where industry experts Dr Michael Beller and Dr Konrad Reber will provide an in-depth introduction into the inspection of pipelines that cannot be inspected using traditional free-swimming inline tools.
An early bird discount is available on registrations purchased made before 15 May 2019.
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For more information visit the UPSF website.
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