Date: Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
Presenter: Yong-Yi Wang, Center for Reliable Energy Systems
Project Team Leader: Michael Cook, ExxonMobil
Program Manager: Thomas Marlow, PRCI
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Please join PRCI as Dr. Yong-Yi Wang, founder and president of Center for Reliable Energy Systems (CRES) presents his research results related to a PRCI project for assessing buried pipelines after a ground movement event.
The research conducted by Dr. Wang set out to improve pipeline design to better accommodate significant ...
The research conducted by Dr. Wang set out to improve pipeline design to better accommodate significant localized ground movement such as that caused by landslides, earthquakes, or subsidence/settlement. When such a ground movement event occurs along the right-of-way (ROW) of a buried pipeline, it is imperative that the pipeline operator determine whether the ground movement is a threat to pipeline integrity in order to protect those responding to the event, those living near the affected ROW, and the environment.
This webinar will discuss the research findings and provide guidance to pipeline operators responding to a ground movement event.
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PR-350-164501-R01 Guidance for Assessing Buried Pipelines After a Ground Movement Event