Nigeria: Oil Firms Consider Remote Monitoring Tools for Pipeline Protection. To better oil and gas transportation, particularly across hazardous conditions, leading oil and gas specialists are assembling in Italy to discuss several solutions.
At the Transportation Oil & Gas Congress, TOGC 2024, planned to take place in Milan, Italy, on February 19–20, 2024, decision-makers from oil and gas companies, top pipeline operators, EPCs, and storage operators will debate the most recent trends and solutions in the pipeline business.
As oil and gas firms see greater prospects for using a variety of quickly developing tools and equipment, smart solutions and technologies for digital transformation are among the subjects of TOGC 2024. Speakers will discuss digital transformation methods as the industry transitions to the digital era and provide their perspectives on applying robotics, AI and ML, and AR and VR.
The employment of artificial intelligence in these evaluations is crucial because machines, oil performance, and pipelines can all change over time. Because it is the future of business society, the system should analyze it and come up with solutions for itself, according to Sulzer Sales Manager Gökhan Dönmez.
In-line inspection instruments and cases, corrosion protection, remote monitoring tools, drones, and UAVs are some novel solutions that business decision-makers in Congress find for maintaining pipeline integrity. For instance, remote monitoring technologies like satellites enable businesses to monitor pipelines in airspace that are off-limits to aircraft and uncrewed aerial vehicles. They also give a view of the Earth’s atmosphere, oceans, and land surfaces to monitor potential geohazards.
Daniel Seidel, Co-Founder and co-CEO at LiveEO will speak about the advantages of satellite remote monitoring during the Congress. He will discuss how satellite analytics may be used with pipeline integrity management to detect geohazards and outside activity more effectively.
At TOGC 2024, which brings together C-level audiences and top technical experts, remote monitoring tools and other subjects about changes in the oil and gas business will be discussed. There are already registered participants from Bonatti, Sicim, INGL, Eni, ICGB, Exolum, OGE, DESFA, Saipem, Techint Engineering & Construction, Wood, TÜPRA, and Moldovagaz.