Our pipeline risk and integrity management services and technology support the following core areas:
- Risk assessment in support of acquisition & divestiture
- Risk assessment in support of conceptual, preliminary and/or final risk based design
- Design phase integrity analysis and planning support
- Operational risk assessment
- Change of service risk assessment
- Investment Planning
- Effective management of Corporate ESG considerations and programs
Turn-Key Pipeline Life-Cycle Asset Integrity Management
Pipeline operators are recognizing the need to have an improved understanding of their managed assets to support critical ESG considerations and associated targets. Having a dedicated Integrity Management process in place to assess the current health of your asset infrastructure will improve the performance of your pipeline operations through mitigating potential risks, ensuring public safety, adhering to regulatory requirements and protecting your capital investment.
Dynamic Risk provides turn-key integrity management services across the full pipeline asset lifecycle from design to decommissioning. Our technology-enabled solutions can be quickly and efficiently deployed, providing operators a streamlined integrity management system that improves your bottom line.
Through leveraging our inline inspection solution, users can perform advanced analytics on their existing internal inline inspection (ILI) data. This allows you to take full advantage of your inspection investment, while providing an advanced application that improves the overall performance of your entire integrity management program.
Software Solutions Consulting Services
Dynamic Risk’s team of industry regulatory experts have the credibility, industry knowledge and experience with industry best practices to work with our clients throughout the audit process for:
- Improved system compliance and integrity
- Reduced maintenance costs through program efficiencies
- Staff Augmentation to support overloaded teams
On October 1, 2019, PHMSA finalized a rule for gas transmission pipelines which has been in development for over eight years. This highly anticipated rule, referred to by many as the “Gas Mega Rule,” is considered to be the most significant change to the existing gas pipeline regulations since 1970.