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Investigators Find Severe Corrosion in 2015 California Gas Leak

Independent investigators found extensive corrosion on the well casing that broke open at Southern California Gas Co.'s Aliso Canyon gas storage facility in October 2015. In the aftermath, engineering consultancy Blade Energy Partners was granted authority by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to conduct a root cause analysis of the metallurgical and fractographic aspects of the gas leak.

Corrosion Prevention Using Real-Time Data in Oil Fields

In corrosion monitoring of oil and gas fields, there are many techniques that can provide data. Modern high-resolution corrosion monitors, including electrical resistance probes, are available. These instruments can be installed in key locations and connected to a control room computer.

Corrosion Basics: Special Cathodic Protection Requirements for Specific Pipeline Applications

Most pipeline cathodic protection applications involve either galvanic anode or impressed current systems installed in earth for protection of external surfaces.

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