No Room For Error
Accurate detection of pinhole-sized leaks enables oil and gas pipeline operators to identify and repair problems early, saving time, money, and the environment.
PureHM is an industry-leading company that offers a range of technology-driven pipeline services and innovative products for oil and gas pipeline operators.
We give pipeline operators confidence that they are delivering energy safely by offering the highest quality service and inspection data to make integrity decisions.
Don’t Let Small Leaks Become Big Problems
Failures to oil and gas pipelines can have severe environmental consequences to the community and cost billions of dollars to rectify.
That’s why the thought-leaders at PureHM incorporate integrity programs that combine patented technology and structural condition assessments, with regular and accurate containment surveys. This process is not just a cost-effective way for our clients to get the actionable data they need, it also significantly reduces the risk of failure while extending the useful life of the pipeline.
Oil and gas operators can reduce the risk of pipe failure through a diverse and comprehensive integrity program, Learn more about Pure Technologies oil and gas solutions and how they fit into a complete pipeline integrity program.
The SmartBall® platform is a multi-sensor inline inspection tool that is capable of assessing unpiggable pipelines and provides operators with pipeline data that traditional tools cannot.
Tracking services include the industry’s most advanced and reliable AGM – the ARMADILLO TRACKS AGM – which, coupled with the PureHM remote tracking unit, provides the industry’s most innovative and safest pig tracking system.
We can effectively manage corrosion projects end-to-end, beginning with consulting, and moving into system design, indirect inspection, remediation strategies and repair, and CP materials supply.
Reducing costs through precise remote tracking
Historically, inline inspection (ILI) tools used to identify defects on oil and gas pipelines have been tracked by field teams.
However, recent technology advancements now allow pipeline owners to track pigs remotely, which is a much safer and cheaper alternative to traditional tracking. As pipeline integrity technology advances, asset owners are now using a wide variety of tools to detect problems, and often run multiple tools on the same pipeline.