TRIAGE insight considers reservoir, well, and connected pipeline networks as an integrated "system".
First risk assessment algorithm to thoroughly consider implication of upstream well behaviour onto threat of pipeline corrosion.
Respectful consultation with Field, Operations teams so their knowledge, and hands-on experience is considered when establishing future work schedules.
TRIAGE identifies pipelines most probable to exhibit pre-existing corrosion damage and publishes corrosion mitigation guidance to position field, operations and chemical teams to properly align maintenance and inspection costs to achieve the maximum reduction in corporate risk exposure.
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TRIAGE as a service designed to address root-causal issues contributing to pipeline failures.
Identification of regional integrity hazards associated with upstream well operations, and how application of complex data pattern analytics has been applied to create an improved pipeline risk modal, and an improved foundation for targeting future maintenance expense
TRIAGE corrosion likelihood algorithms have been developed in response to a challenge from our Field, Operations clients; concerned that available risk tools overlook the "blind-spot" hazard associated with upstream well behaviours.
The consideration of episodic up-lift of extremely corrosive fugitive fluids associated with high-rate hydraulic events at well start-up (for an identified sub-set of producing wells) positions TRIAGE as the most reliable risk classification algorithm available.
It is reasonable for TRIAGE hazard assessment algorithms to acknowledge that aggressive corrosion morphology, and rapid through-wall penetration rates are attributed to ingress of a fugitive fluid; it is simply not possible from normal reservoir fluids.
Numerical algorithm for characterizing exposure to "TRIAGE - Corrosion Triangle".