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4th International Conference & Exhibition on “Pipeline Integrity Management”

4th International Conference & Exhibition on “Pipeline Integrity Management”

29-30 January 2018, Hotel Holiday Inn, Mumbai

Welcome Message

India consumes more than 4.9% of the world’s energy consumption. India held nearly 800 MMT of proven oil reserves at the beginning of 2014, with about 44% of reserves are onshore while 56% are offshore. India’s natural gas pipeline network amounted to over 15,340 kms in 2013 and a proposed expansion of 30,000 kms is envisaged by 2018-19. In India, currently, only 35% of product movement happens over pipelines. The City Gas Distribution (CGD) sector offers opportunities for both incumbents and new companies. The Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB) allows the following incentives to authorized entities- infrastructure exclusivity for 25 years; exclusivity for marketing activity for a period of five years; for incumbents, the marketing exclusivity extends to a period of three years.

As part of International Energy Outlook 2013, EIA projects in India and China will account for about half of global energy demand growth through 2040. Securing supplies is expected to remain on top of India’s energy agenda for the forseeable future. It is believed that deep water and ultra-deep water oil and gas resources hold the key to substantially increasing domestic production. This creates a plethora of opportunities for strategic investors having relevant technical expertise and financial muscle.
The integrity of pipelines is a basic concern for pipeline operators, and therefore, the ability to detect anomalies due to corrosion, erosion, milling and mechanical damage shall be of significant interest to the operators. Pipeline Integrity Management Program not only can extend the life of the existing pipelines, also helps to prevent any future damage if follows during design and construction of the new pipelines, maintain adequate safeguards for assets, human life and the environment.

This event- 4th PIM will provide an ideal platform for experts and technocrats to share ideas to improve safety & control measures to effectively minimize corrosion and other damages. Your involvement at this premier event is essential to accomplish our mission “Maintaining Safety & reliability of the pipelines”. Be a part of 4th PIM to discover best practices in minimizing, controlling & maintain integrity of your assets and also offers an unparalleled opportunity for those wishing to highlight their products and services to the pipeline Industry. We cordially invite you to join us in next PIM.

Best Wishes

Organizing Committee, Pipeline Integrity Management.

Pipeline Integrity Management Theme Topics:

Pipeline Integrity, Safety and Reliability Management
  • Risk Analysis, Latest techniques in Pipelines Risk Management
  • Environmental Risks/ Geo-hazards / Natural Disasters
  • Strategic Analysis and Planning of Pipeline Assets
  • Health Safety and Environment (HSE)
  • Trends in pilferage prevention & detection (theft/monitoring/ detection & monitoring)
  • Oil Spillage and Environmental Issues
Planning, Design and Construction of pipeline
  • Onshore and Offshore Construction
  • Production pipelines, Flow lines& Cross country Pipelines
  • Design Constraint & Project Management
  • System Planning, Hydraulics & Surge Analysis
  • Compressors, Pump Stations, Valves & Pipeline Supports
  • Pipeline Integrity Measures at Design & Construction stage
  • Product Pipelines, Water Pipelines, Slurry Pipelines
  • Deep water production facilities & under water Pipelines
  • Application of Codes & Standards
Pipeline Materials, various issues in Pipeline Welding, Fabrication & Repair
  • Best Practices for Pipeline Material Selection, Coated Pipeline, CRA’s
  • Line Pipe Material design and Exploring New Materials
  • Development and application of nonmetallic materials in pipeline
  • Pipe Manufacture, Fittings, Supports, Quality Testing’s
  • Pipeline Welding, Automatic and semi automatic welding, Electrodes, Heat Treatment
  • Managing Cracks and Weld Anomalies in Pipelines, Weld Flaw Acceptance Criteria
  • Hot Tapping
Corrosion Control & Management
  • Types & Overview of Corrosion Risk for Pipelines
  • Internal & External corrosion of pipelines, Pipeline Structural Corrosion & related failures
  • Pipeline Coatings, Linings and Wrappings
  • Cathodic /Anodic Protection
  • Chemical Injections /Inhibitors
  • Corrosion Monitoring & Inspection
  • Microbiological Corrosion, Stress-Corrosion Cracking in Pipelines
Latest Inspection Techniques in Pipelines Risk Management
  • Pipeline inspection- new possibilities / technologies
  • Pipeline Pigging and In-Line Inspection
  • NDT, Current trends & advanced techniques
  • Cathodic Protection Survey & Coating Survey
  • Pipeline Health Assessment – a Risk Based Approach
  • Inspection of Un-Piggable Pipelines, Direct Assessment ECDA/ ICDA
  • Field and Inspection Data Management, Geographical Information Systems
  • Development of Robotics Technology, Theft & Burglary prevention
Operation, Maintenance Repair & Rehabilitation of Aging Pipelines
  • Assessment of Health, Remaining Life Assessment (RLA)
  • Leak Detection, Management & Maintenance Techniques
  • Life Cycle Extension Strategies
  • Pipeline Repair Methods, Clamping & Wrapping
  • Hot Tapping, & In-Service Welding
  • Pipeline automation & Measurement
  • SCADA Systems, Monitoring / Surveillance
Challenges and Development in Offshore & Deep Water Pipeline
  • Opportunities & challenges in Offshore & Deep water Pipeline
  • Cross Country Pipelines
  • Technological Developments & Solutions
  • Inspection & Corrosion Control Measures
Panel Discussion:
  • Topic 1 Pipeline Integrity Management for Deepwater & subsea pipelines
  • Topic 2 Magnetic ILI vs UT ILI- Technical Development & Application

Submit Abstracts

Technical Committee of 4th ICEPIM invites authors to submit technical papers on specified technical topics for Oral Presentation or Poster Paper during conference. Authors are requested to submit abstracts not exceeding 300 words and as per the guidelines.

Please send your abstract to:

info@oilandgasclub.com / events@oilandgasclub.com

Who Should Attend?

  • Professionals from Pipeline Industry
  • Professionals from Oil & Gas
  • Corrosion professionals and pipeline engineers
  • Inspection & NDT professionals, Failure Analyst
  • Material & Design Engineers, Manufacturing Engineers
  • Welding Professionals
  • Operation & maintenance personnel
  • Cathodic Protection field personnel, technicians and inspectors
  • Professional from Coating & Inhibitor Industry
  • Corrosion Monitoring System
  • Design & Engineering Consulting Organizations
  • Vendors and Suppliers
  • Construction & Infrastructure Companies
  • Engineering and Professional institutes
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