Addressing PHMSA requirements for Rupture Mitigation Valve Risk Analysis on Natural Gas Pipelines

Gain valuable insights from Curtis Parker, Principal Consultant at Dynamic Risk, as he shares his insights on meeting the requirements specified by PHMSA’s 49 CFR 192 regulations for conducting Rupture Mitigation Valve risk analysis.   What are the requirements in 49 CFR 192 for Rupture Mitigation Valve risk analysis? Federal pipeline regulations in the United […]

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Access our article, Transition Trends in Hydrogen, featured in the World Pipelines Publication

Download our article “Transition Trends in Hydrogen,” featured in the World Pipelines’ March publication, and authored by Steve Biagiotti, Chief Engineer and Gary Yoho, Principal Consultant at Dynamic Risk. This article delves into the trends and factors driving hydrogen adoption within the pipeline industry, emphasizing its role in advancing the industry’s objective of achieving net-zero […]

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Dynamic Risk Featured in Gas Processing & LNG: Three Emerging Threats – Climate Change, Vandalism and Cyberattack

We are honored to be featured in the Gas Processing & LNG’s March & April publication. This publication features our white paper “Three Emerging Threats – Climate Change, Vandalism and Cyberattack,” authored by Eduardo Munoz, Principal Consultant at Dynamic Risk. Pipeline Integrity Management Systems (PIMS) are now common practice, driven by the Pipeline and Hazardous […]

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Organizational Update – Celebrating a Career Milestone

On April 30th, Dynamic Risk is honored to celebrate a significant milestone with the retirement of Shamus McDonnell, President of Dynamic Risk. Having worked in the pipeline integrity sector for over 30 years, Shamus joined Dynamic Risk in 2021 in the role of Vice President of Technology to further enhance our suite of software applications […]

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Dynamic Risk Featured in World Pipelines – Transition Trends in Hydrogen

We are honored to be featured in the World Pipelines’ March publication. March’s issue features our article “Transition Trends in Hydrogen,” authored by Steve Biagiotti, Chief Engineer and Gary Yoho, Principal Consultant. This article explores the trends and factors driving hydrogen adoption in the pipeline industry, highlighting its contributions to achieving the industry’s target goal […]

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Ask the Expert – Addressing PHMSA’s 192.624 Requirements in Facilities

Tyler Klashinsky, Manager, Engineering Assessments at Dynamic Risk, shares his insights on addressing the requirements outlined by PHMSA’s §192.624 ruling for facilities. Tyler dives into navigating Maximum Allowable Operating Pressure Reconfirmation (MAOP-R), shedding light on pivotal questions such as facilities coverage under the regulation, applicable MAOP-R methods, and considerations encountered when employing Engineering Critical Assessment […]

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Dynamic Risk Featured in Pipeline & Gas Journal – Creating Efficiencies with a Turn-Key Integrity Management Solution

December’s issue features our case study “Creating Efficiencies with a Turn-Key Integrity Management Solution.” In 2014, a Dynamic Risk’s client began developing a new 25-kilometer-long Gas Transmission pipeline project. In early 2020, the client was looking to partner with firms to provide industry-leading design, construction, operation, and integrity solutions for their pipeline system. This led […]

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Insights and Highlights from PC2023: Navigating the Path Toward Operational Excellence

As the dust settles from this year’s Partners’ Conference (PC2023) in Calgary, Alberta, we find ourselves reflecting on a day filled with innovation, collaboration, and a deep dive into the heart of pipeline integrity management. This annual event has become a cornerstone for our teams and valued clients, providing a platform to connect, share insights, […]

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Dynamic Risk Featured in Pipeline & Gas Journal – Three Emerging Threats: Climate Change, Vandalism, and Cybersecurity

Our white paper “Emerging Threats: Climate Change, Vandalism, and Cybersecurity”, was recently featured in the Pipeline & Gas Journal’s November issue. Regulation changes have prompted pipeline operators in the U.S. and Canada to request assistance with assessing threats not deemed a concern or priority in the past. The operators’ renewed interest in these threats coincides […]

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Considerations for MAOP Reconfirmation of Facilities in PHMSA’s Gas Mega Rule RIN-1

The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) has introduced the Gas Mega Rule, Parts I, II and III which are a comprehensive set of regulations that are aimed at enhancing pipeline safety and reliability. One critical component of Part I (RIN-1) is the requirement for Maximum Allowable Operating Pressure (MAOP) reconfirmation and material verification […]

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