Best Practices for Documenting Pipeline Integrity Management

Best Practices for Documenting Pipeline Integrity Management

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New pipeline integrity management requirements have had an immediate impact on record-keeping for pipeline
operators. Documentation of pipeline integrity and its management must be “traceable, verifiable, and complete.”
Are your records traceable, verifiable, and complete?

This paper identifies some record-keeping best practices for pipeline integrity management, and explains how to cost-effectively prepare for expanded documentation requirements to come.

Vendor:
Iron Mountain
Posted:
20 Sep 2013
Published
20 Sep 2013
Format:
PDF
Length:
8 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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