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Don't Let Your Pipelines Become a Liability: The Digital Testing Revolution

On a crisp November morning, residents in Pepper Pike, Ohio witnessed a fiery explosion when a natural gas pipeline malfunctioned. While no one was hurt, the incident exposed a critical vulnerability in pipeline safety.  The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio’s (PUCO) investigation revealed that the energy company’s practices played a key role in the failure of the pipeline.


Inevitably, the resulting impact led to more regulations, required and proactive safety measures, and solutions to prevent future disasters.

Digital Revolution: The Hammer is Falling on Outdated Pipeline Testing

The Oil and Gas industry and Local Distribution Companies (LDCs), are facing a changing landscape. Increased oversight from federal and state regulations means operators are under more scrutiny than ever before. One unintentional mistake on a pressure test or one missing document and a business could be facing hefty fines or even penalties.

Traditional testing methods, relying on paper records and manual data entry, are riddled with vulnerabilities. Imagine spending hours filling out paperwork, only to have a misplaced document or a questionable data point throw an entire test into question.

Based on our years of experience and listening to customer challenges, we’ve developed a list of the top five reasons why innovation for pipeline pressure measurements within various industries needs to be embraced, considered, or implemented.

Through this, our focus is to help you think about a solution that works for your business to avoid repercussions, the pitfalls of old methods, and provide a solution to eliminate human error.

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