Corrosion risk cited at Valdez terminal
Dr. Rust says piping damage discovered in 2012 was repaired before any oil leaked into port; Alyeska defends anti-corrosion efforts
For Petroleum News
A consultant is recommending improved piping inspections to safeguard against corrosion and possible oil spills at the Valdez tanker terminal.
Modifications are needed “as soon as possible” to enable the use of smart pigs in the terminal’s crude oil piping, the consultant said. Smart pigs are tools....
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