Hot tapping and line plugging operations are performed regularly on oil/gas pipelines throughout the energy sector, as well as on other applications within utilities services such as water, wastewater and processing facilities. Each application is unique and requires careful consideration to ensure safe and successful completion. How does a hot tap work and why would one choose to do it? What should be considered before planning a line stop operation? This discussion will cover an overview of these activities and how they support various industries. Presented by Daniel Ray with T.D. Williamson Inc. Daniel has a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and has spent his career with T.D. Williamson, a leading provider of pipeline services. He has worked in various teams throughout the company, both in the US and abroad, and ranging from engineering to sales to operations leadership. He is currently based in Cypress, California and works as a Field Operations Manager.
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Virtual event on October 14, 2021 at 12pm Central Time
ASME Mid-Continent Section - Tulsa, OK, USA
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