ENTELEC Conference and Expo
25-27 April 2017
George R Brown Convention Center Houston Texas USA
Atmos USA will be exhibiting on booth 631 at the 2017 Spring Conference and Expo.
ENTELEC is the Energy Telecommunications and Electrical Association, a user organization whose goal is to educate its members on ‘communications and control technologies used by petroleum, natural gas, pipeline and electric utility companies’.
Business Development Manager Peter Han will be presenting during the educational session on Tuesday 25 April, 13:30 – 14:30:
Paper title: Rupture Detection
Category: Off Shore Communications
Room: 320 A
The presentation will cover the origins of rupture detection, how rupture detection differs from leak detection, the challenges of rupture detection, and how to resolve these challenges.
Pipeline ruptures have been known to cause catastrophic harm to the environment and can endanger the lives of people. Many times, pipeline ruptures are gone unnoticed for long periods of times and/or the pipeline is restarted by operators after it trips. The rapid nature of ruptures can prove to be challenging to detect with conventional leak detection systems should the pumps trip due to low pressure. It will also cover the challenges of rupture detection, such as pump trips, and the need for absolutely no false alarms, in order to maintain the reliability of a high confidence rupture detection system. Solutions of what is available on the market today to overcome the challenges of missing a rupture will be described along with what a pipeline operator can do to detect and mitigate such rupture events.
- Educating the audience on rupture detection
- Distinguishing the difference between rupture and leak detection
- Identifying the challenges and providing a solution to ruptures
Peter will also be available to discuss Atmos’ latest innovations for the pipeline industry:
To prearrange a meeting during the exhibition, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about this conference, visit the event website here.