Risk-based inspection integrates asset integrity and classification requirements

August 11, 2017

While the oil and gas industry has employed integrity management and, more often than not, risk-based methodologies and technology to meet safety requirements and serve its operational goals, there is one exception: floating offshore installations. This is an important area where RBI can really help. With ever-tougher market conditions, every difference counts. Greater efficiencies are needed across entire operations and assets, including those with a hull.



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