30 days after September start date
30 days after September start date

PPIM opens Call for Papers

The Pipeline Pigging and Integrity Management Conference and Exhibition (PPIM) has opened a Call for Papers for next year’s edition of the event.

The 32nd edition of PPIM, will return to the George R. Brown Convention Center and the Marriott Marquis Hotel in Houston, US on 17–20 February 2020.

PPIM is the industry’s only forum devoted exclusively to pipeline pigging for maintenance and inspection, as well as pipeline integrity assessment and repair

It will once again bring together engineering management and field operating personnel from both transmission and distribution pipeline companies concerned with improved operations and integrity management.

Proposals should include a title, speaker name and abstract of no more than 200 words, accompanied by the author and co-authors’ complete contact information and affiliation.

The submission deadline is 4 October 2019.

Themes for papers include:

  • corrosion monitoring and modelling
  • crack and dent inspection and assessment
  • data management
  • engineering assessment
  • inline inspection projects
  • leak detection
  • mapping
  • materials
  • mitigation and repair
  • non-destructive evaluation
  • post-inspection data analysis
  • regulations
  • risk assessment/management
  • testing
  • utility pigging.

Click here to submit your proposal.

For more information visit the PPIM 2020 website.

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