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51318-10831-The Promise of a Holistic Digital Strategy for Corrosion and Integrity Management

 An overview and possible methods to capture the full potential of digital technologies for corrosion and integrity management with a focus on upstream pipelines. Considering current industry offerings but also potential new technologies.

Product Number: 51318-10831-SG
Author: Cecilie A. Haarseth / David A. Norman
Publication Date: 2018
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The O&G industry continues to seek increased efficiency and reduced cost through digital technologies and the Internet of Things (IoT) that may potentially facilitate more effective data capture, data management, analytics, and hence better decision making. Digital investments seem to be focusing primarily on general production and maintenance opportunities.

Many operators manage an abundance of corrosion and integrity related data, but these data may not always be used as effectively as possible to assess equipment health. There is an opportunity, depending on the circumstances, to maximize the value of the data that already exist and to advance technologies that provide opportunities to more efficiently gather data.

This paper provides an overview and possible methods for consideration in how to capture the full potential of digital technologies for corrosion and integrity management with a focus on upstream pipelines, considering current industry offerings but also potential new technologies. The importance of developing a holistic, long term digital strategy is discussed, where the strategy targets key value drivers and considers people, business processes and technologies. The paper also provides thoughts about where the corrosion and integrity management community can influence technology development in this space.

The O&G industry continues to seek increased efficiency and reduced cost through digital technologies and the Internet of Things (IoT) that may potentially facilitate more effective data capture, data management, analytics, and hence better decision making. Digital investments seem to be focusing primarily on general production and maintenance opportunities.

Many operators manage an abundance of corrosion and integrity related data, but these data may not always be used as effectively as possible to assess equipment health. There is an opportunity, depending on the circumstances, to maximize the value of the data that already exist and to advance technologies that provide opportunities to more efficiently gather data.

This paper provides an overview and possible methods for consideration in how to capture the full potential of digital technologies for corrosion and integrity management with a focus on upstream pipelines, considering current industry offerings but also potential new technologies. The importance of developing a holistic, long term digital strategy is discussed, where the strategy targets key value drivers and considers people, business processes and technologies. The paper also provides thoughts about where the corrosion and integrity management community can influence technology development in this space.

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