iPIPE recently selected technology partners to advance pipeline integrity and safety. These exciting technologies include a wide variety of applications from point sensing to aerial patrol that promise to advance iPIPE’s efforts toward an era of zero pipeline releases. The new iPIPE partners and developers of these technologies are Flowstate, Flyscan, Seismos, and Syscor.
iPIPE, EERC, and OSK are participating in the launch of the first satellites in OSK’s planned GHOStTM constellation scheduled for April 13, 2023, from the Vandenberg Space Force Base in California.
EERC was awarded $400,000 from the North Dakota Industrial Commission’s Oil and Gas Research Program (OGRP) for iPIPE 2.0, the next phase of the intelligent Pipeline Integrity Program (iPIPE).
Work is currently under way on this project, and iPIPE is proud to help advance the technology.
The intelligent Pipeline Integrity Program (iPIPE) has partnered with Pipeline-Risk to advance optimization of pipeline risk management and prevent incidents.
“The technology aboard the satellite provides high-resolution imagery not previously available to our industry, and we look forward to learning how to apply this new capability through our iPIPE partnership work,” said Darren Schmidt.
TC Energy joins iPIPE, committing to a continued high level of safety for pipeline operations.
Dakota Access Pipeline joins iPIPE, signaling the industry's continued interest in reaching the goal of operating pipelines with zero spills.
North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum, 2019 IOGCC Chairman, presented the stewardship award to iPIPE at this year’s conference.
An industry-led consortium called iPIPE, or intelligent Pipeline Integrity Program announces new milestones.