Are you familiar with our Maximum Allowable Operating Pressure (MAOP) Analysis Model? Changes to MAOP can have a direct impact to the bottom line. Many companies are finding that changes to the pipeline that have occurred over years significantly impact the calculated MAOP value. We can input the data including pressure test records, construction design records, and repair records to derive an accurate MAOP for your current system. The model also allows you to review the impact on MAOP of proposed changes to the pipeline before they happen. For more information, contact Jessica Roger.
In This Issue
- DOT Pipeline Compliance News April 2008 Edition
- RCP & ESRI Business Partner Program
- Proposed Rule: Increasing MAOP for Gas Transmission Pipelines
- MAOP Analysis Model
- PHMSA Advisory Bulletin for Gas Distribution Systems
- Misc. Changes to Administrative Procedures, Address Updates, and Technical Amendments
- Integrity Management Services
- 2008 API Pipeline Conference and Cybernetics Symposium
- Proposed Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Rules
- Has the new Gas Gathering definition affected your pipelines?
- TEEX Pipeline Training Facility / Emergency Responders
- MMS Incident and Oil Spill Reports NTL No. 2008-G02
- Need to Update your Response Plan (FRP, ICP or OSRP)?
- MMS Pollution Inspection Intervals for Unmanned Facilities NTL No. 2008-G03