8th Pipeline Maintenance and Integrity Management

8th Pipeline Maintenance and Integrity Management for Oil & Gas Industry is bringing together technical and strategic leaders from major O&G Companies, Pipeline Owners/Operators, Gas TSOs and Refineries to brainstorm on major challenges in pipeline integrity and adopting optimal maintenance strategies for smooth operations.

This year’s event will have a focus on pipeline integrity management, maintenance & inspection processes – Inline Inspection (ILI), crack assessment, use of drones & UAVs, corrosion prevention & mitigation for both onshore & offshore pipelines as well as look at the impact of Hydrogen, biogases into the existing pipeline systems.  The event will enable attendees in gaining a competitive advantage by benchmarking their strategies alongside proven best practices shared by our decision-makers. This is ensured through the exchange of pragmatic ideas, problem-solving & a high-quality business-friendly face-to-face networking environment.

Giuseppe Giunta, Eni,
Technical Authority Manager, Eni, Italy
Corrosion Engineer, Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia
FutureGrid Programme Lead, National Grid, UK
Hydrogen Engineering Lead, National Grid, UK
Director & Head O&M, Reliance Ethane Pipeline Ltd, India
Lead Expert for E&P Investment Projects, INA, Croatia
Process Technical Authority, Trans Adriatic Pipeline, Switzerland
Director, Integrity Engineering Solutions, T.D.Williamson, USA
Albania Operations Deputy Asset Manager, Trans Adriatic Pipeline, Switzerland
Professor & Director of Research, Robert Gordon University, UK
Environmental Coordinator, Gasunie, The Netherlands
Event Details
  • Start Date
    October 29, 2020 13:00
  • End Date
    October 30, 2020 17:00
Media Partner

MARCOGAZ is a non-profit international Association founded in 1968 and represents the European gas industry on all technical aspects of the gas system’s full value chain. MARCOGAZ represents the interests of national and European gas associations as well as the individual gas companies’ members spread across Europe. With the support of its working groups of technical experts, MARCOGAZ is actively involved in concrete initiatives and programs to ensure the sustainable, safe and efficient development of natural gas and new gases including Hydrogen and Biomethane and the sector integration in Europe.
The Pigging Products and Services Association (PPSA) was formed in 1990 and has 120+ members representing the pigging industry from over 20 countries around the world. PPSA plays a major role in providing information and sourcing pigging equipment and services for the pipeline industry and responds to hundreds of enquiries each year through its web site www.ppsa-online.com. It provides a free technical information service and runs seminars on pigging. Its aims are, To promote the knowledge of pigging by providing a channel of communication between the members themselves, and with users and other interested parties.