August 2018, Vol. 245, No. 8

Tech Notes

Activity Monitoring for Damage Prevention, Risk Reduction

A big goal of transmission companies is to reduce risks and improve the safety of affected communities through an integrity program that ensures construction quality of the pipeline, monitor the longevity of pipeline materials, educate the public, and apply damage prevention systems to avoid third-party damage to pipelines. The system dashboard: Different layers can apply to pipeline’s buffer zone.  Figure illustrates property parcels along pipeline corridor.  The urban encroachments along pipeline corridors have created a higher probability of third-party damage to pipelines, especially with shale developments in and around commun

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