Disbondments of Pipeline Coatings and Their Effects on Corrosion Risks

From JPCL, September 2009

by D. Melot, G. Paugam, and M. Roche, Total SA, France

This article updates and completes information on recent cases of pipeline coating failures presented at the 16th International Confrence on Pipeline Protection. It also summarizes the results of laboratory test programs intended to explain these coating failures....
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Tagged categories: Cathodic protection; Coating failure; Coating Materials; Disbondment; Field joint coatings; Heat-shrinkable sleeves; Oil and Gas; Pipelines; Polyethylene; Polypropylene

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