SP0106-2006 Control of Internal Corrosion in Steel Pipelines and Piping Systems

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Updated On: July 22, 2012
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New in 2006. This standard describes procedures and practices for achieving effective control of internal corrosion in steel pipe and piping systems in crude oil, refined products, and gas service. Because of the complex nature and interaction between constituents that are found in gas and/or liquid, certain combinations of these impurities being transported in the pipeline may affect whether a corrosive condition exists. Identification of corrosive gas and/or liquid in a pipeline can only be achieved by analysis of operating conditions, impurity content, physical monitoring, and/or other considerations. Key words: internal corrosion, pipelines, crude oil.

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