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Pipeline Leak Detection 2024 Exhibition & Conference July 8 – July 9- Conroe, TX

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Exclusive forum for the pipeline network and E&P companies across the USA
Welcome to the Pipeline Leak Detection 2024 Exhibition & Conference, where crude oil and gas pipeline operators and service companies will meet with pipeline leak detection experts and key technical knowledge providers to explore the latest technologies, techniques, and innovations for pipeline leakage detection.

As production volumes continue to rise, available pipeline capacities are being utilized to transport hydrocarbon fluids across the United States and beyond. With the ever-increasing challenges of moving crude oil and natural gas from wellhead to refinery, the pipeline infrastructure must provide a safe and reliable distribution network from point to point as operators explore the latest innovations to ensure pipeline integrity to transport oil and gas across the North American markets.

Leaks across the pipeline network are major disruptions for pipeline operators and impact the environment. Incidents of pipeline failure can result in significant financial losses and ecological disasters. To combat these issues, operators must utilize practical applications with the latest technologies and techniques in pipeline leak detection and pipeline monitoring to manage and maintain the network.

The objective of this year’s Pipeline Leak Detection 2024 Exhibition and Conference will be to bring the crude oil supply chain together with leading industry experts to evaluate the solutions for overcoming pipeline challenges across the United States. The conference will offer a particular focus on advancements in Leak Detection Systems (LDS) and will deliver technical strategies and lessons learned to improve pipeline operational efficiencies and address the key challenges and solutions for operators.

Key topics on this year’s agenda include:

  • Latest crude oil and gas volumes and transportation forecasts
  • Evaluating the current pipeline infrastructure and ensuring network integrity
  • New technologies and techniques in pipeline monitoring and leak detection systems
  • Utilization of data analytics to identify leaks and optimize detection and monitoring programs
  • Current regulatory framework and upcoming regulations for the pipeline network
  • End-user operator case studies and developing a successful program