In a World Pipelines article, A Cleaner Energy Transition, Emerson’s Paul Dickerson discusses the need for pipeline monitoring & design to transport hydrogen for energy storage and carbon dioxide for carbon capture projects.
Increasing Gas Pipeline Operational Efficiencies with Agile Automation Podcast
In this Emerson Automation Experts podcast edition, Martha Rendon joins Jim Cahill to discuss the role automation plays in driving greater operational efficiencies across the natural gas transportation and distribution supply chain.
Advanced Pipeline Leak Detection Podcast
In this Emerson Automation Experts podcast, Jim Cahill speaks with Emerson’s Greg Morrow to discuss how real-time transient models (RTTM) in the PipelineManager software application help pipeline companies maintain high performance levels.
Approaching Leak Detection with Automated Vigilance
An article, Strategic Approach to Automated Leak, Rupture Detection, was published in the June 2021 edition of Pipeline & Gas Journal. It highlights why methods of detection, analysis of risk, and systems innovations should be viewed as a priority.
Maintaining Pipeline Integrity through Effective Leak Detection
Pipeline infrastructure here in the U.S. and in many parts of the world go back many decades. With the rapid technology advancements in oil & gas exploration and production and increasing production levels, some of these pipelines are at capacity limits and new...
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