Pipeline Integrity & Corrosion Management in the Oil & Gas Industry

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Pipeline integrity is key to maintaining operational success, safety and security and minimising harm to the environment.

Corrosion is a dominant contributory factor to failures, leaks and integrity threats in pipelines with consequential effects on CAPEX and OPEX. Therefore, its optimum control within an integrity management framework is paramount for the cost-effective design of facilities ensuring continued, uninterrupted and safe operations within the expected design life.


Presentation 1: Dr Sadegh Parvizi – FIMMM, FICorr, CEng

Senior Principal Materials Engineer, McDermott

A presentation dealing with materials selection and corrosion control methods in oil and gas Industries describing causes of corrosion, influential parameters affecting its development and means of mitigation.  The talk will cover types materials used in hydrocarbon production, manner of optimization and design to minimize its occurrence.


Presentation 2: – Dr Bijan Kermani (UK) FNACE, FIMMM, FICorr, CEng

Managing Director, KeyTech

A talk on corrosion threats in upstream operations will cover several themes including the cost impact of corrosion, principal types of corrosion threat and corrosion/materials challenges facing the industry sector.  It goes on to describe a methodical approach to Pipeline Corrosion Management (PCM) to minimize the impact of corrosion in future operations.


This is free to attend to all Guild Members. Non-Members will be contacted after registration as there will be a fee of £15 inc VAT to attend this event.

March 21st, 2019 from  6:00 PM to  7:30 PM
Viceroy Room
Grosvenor Hotel
101 Buckingham Palace Road
London, London SW1W 0SJ
United Kingdom
Phone: 02072357938