April 2015

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A joint industry project (JIP) has been launched between Swagelining Ltd., Saudi Aramco and The Welding Institute (TWI) to conduct investigations into the use of polymer lining in carbon steel (CS) pipelines.

Blume, Adrienne, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

JIP studies polymer-lined pipes A joint industry project (JIP) has been launched between Swagelining Ltd., Saudi Aramco and The Welding Institute (TWI) to conduct investigations into the use of polymer lining in carbon steel (CS) pipelines. The JIP will examine the extent of corrosion incurred in a polymer-lined pipeline when subjected to a sour hydrocarbon fluid environment (Fig. 1).     Fig. 1. A permeation rig   will be used in the core   research part of a JIP   studying polymer-lined pipe. Among the three parties, a total of $510,000 has been invested into the project, which commenced in October 2014 and is expected to last 30 months. Swagelining noted that, when

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