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TRIAGE - Integrity Hazard Classification & Mitigation Guidance
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( # Rank by Pipeline Count / # Pipeline Count )
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Classification of corporate pipelines according to likelihood of failure event

Guidance for cost-effective application of mitigation, inspection & monitoring

Mitigation guidance for consumption by field, operations teams assures alignment of mitigation, inspection & monitoring with actual pipeline condition

TRIAGE hazard classification provides unique insight about over-life corrosion hazards as a complement the work of existing pipeline integrity teams

Field, operations teams have been enthusiastic for the opportunity to access hazard assessment & mitigation guidance within the popular AbaData

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Extend interval between CP surveys to 24 or 36 months for low-risk operating fields

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TRIAGE has been proven to improve pipeline performance, with 45% cost savings

Delivers improved safety and reliability performance, and improves credibility with the AER regarding efforts to improve pipeline safety and environmental protection compared to standard industry methods

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Incorporation of complex data pattern analytics applied to 45-years of AER public data positions TRIAGE to consider over-life corrosion hazard exposure to create a more reliable classification of corporate pipelines compared to standard industry methods.

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Each month, we connect all-Alberta wells and pipelines, and allocate oil, water & gas production throughout the connected networks 

 TRIAGE + SLMS 

Mitigation Guidance