Chemical and Mechanical Methods of Pipeline Integrity

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Providing a comprehensive overview of the science and technology behind maintaining pipelines, Chemical and Mechanical Methods of Pipeline Integrity was written for oil and gas professionals responsible for ensuring consistent product delivery. Wayne Frenier details in this new book a variety of pipeline environments and then explores the challenges that require chemical or mechanical intervention. Internal corrosion and the corrosion mechanisms that affect pipeline and facility operations are included in the discussion along with a short introduction to Integrity Management (IM) processes. With a strong focus on the connections between the production of hydrocarbons, production facilities, and the pipelines that take the products to the refineries, Chemical and Mechanical Methods of Pipeline Integrity was written for a general technical audience with a basic understanding of chemistry.

About the Author

Wayne W. Frenier retired from Schlumberger after more than 30 years of research and development activities. Frenier is the author of 33 US patents, numerous technical articles and five books. His recent SPE books include Formation, Removal and Inhibition of Inorganic Scale in the Oilfield Environment (with Murtaza Ziauddin), Organic Deposits in Oil and Gas Production (with Murtaza Ziauddin and Ramachandran Venkatesan) and Chemistry for Enhancing the Production of Oil and Gas (with Murtaza Ziauddin). Wayne is an Emeritus member of the American Chemical Society and a Life Member of NACE International, having been awarded its Fellow Honor. Wayne currently performs consulting services in the energy industry.

Type: Softcover
Size: 7x10
Pages: 487
Published: 2018
ISBN: 9781613994962

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