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buried natural gas piping condition assessment
T. Butler
Posted: Tuesday, December 13, 2011 11:02 AM
Joined: 3/17/2010
Posts: 2


Looking for suggestions to assess the condition of buried natural gas piping on a wastewater treatment plant site.  Our system is 1-inch through 4-inch steel pipe that feeds co-gen units, flare pilot and other essential equipment.  We have considered pressure testing but are looking for ideas or experience with other options.  Thank you.
GSain
Posted: Tuesday, December 13, 2011 12:08 PM
Joined: 8/4/2010
Posts: 6


If you can't get any other help, try going through NACE, www.nace.org .  They are the organization where you could get contacts on monitoring/identifying corrosion including natural gas piping.  I noticed their home page has a link to inspectors.