Most pipeline systems are described in a GIS application, a proprietary database or in the design drawing packages. If data/properties of the pipeline system are combined with other information, such as inspection data, maintenance history and/or safety contours, one could speak of a Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS). However for many pipelines, both on and offshore, a professional PIMS is either not yet in place or is outdated.
How we support:
- dedicated PIMS market studies.
- defining the PIMS scope. (What and Why?)
- choosing a suitable type of software.
- selecting potential suppliers.
- developing ITT documentation and managing tender for our client.
- implementing PIMS, including interfaces to existing software systems.
- monitoring the correct use of PIMS and enriching it with data.