ENP Newswire -
Release date- 09102013 -
Obtaining and managing correct and valid information about a pipeline's risk and condition, including linked geographic information, is a constant challenge in integrity management. Synergi Pipeline, DNV's pipeline integrity management and risk assessment software solution, produces efficient information management and data reliability while providing consistent application of integrity procedures. This gives operators the information they need to make the right decisions, increasing operational efficiency, reducing costs and most importantly supporting the safe operation of the pipeline system.
The new version of Synergi Pipeline (6.2) provides an interface with clear, intuitive visualization both of risk and also technical and operational status of offshore and onshore pipelines. The visualization is even more extensive through integration with the ArcGIS server, allowing the user to work with all pipeline data using a web-based viewer.
Optimizing pipeline performance
DNV's assessment tools are based on 50 years' experience of delivering software to the industry. The latest release of Synergi Pipeline is a direct result of market needs.
'We are committed to innovation and development to provide leading solutions for optimized performance and managed risk in pipeline operations,' says Are Follesdal Tjonn, Managing Director for software solutions at DNV GL. 'The trend toward risk-based methodologies for inspection and operations continues, including enhanced risk-based inspection and integrity assessment capabilities.'
Pipeline software supports the full integrity cycle
Synergi Pipeline delivers one single system that covers an overview of the whole integrity cycle - from performing risk assessments and scheduling inspection activities to analysing resulting data and managing mitigation activities.
Another main new feature of Synergi Pipeline is the improved traceability. Users can now easily understand the background for activities. Furthermore, the analysis functionality has been improved allowing identification of interacting corrosion defects, and remaining life analysis using both deterministic and probabilistic methodologies, enabling operators to plan mitigating actions more efficiently.
Are Follesdal Tjonn
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