This manuscript provides case study data from subsea crude oil pipelines that addresses the questions of how to obtain the best quality samples from pig returns for microbiological testing, and what are the relative merits of different test methodologies.
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A risk assessment model developed as part of a holistic study conducted to evaluate the condition of subsea pipelines. A systematic semi-quantitative risk-based model was developed to identify, analyze and evaluate risk associated with each subsea pipeline.
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