Types of Casing Fillers for Corrosion Protection of Pipelines

Types of Casing Fillers – Advantages and Disadvantages

Casing fillers are used to prevent corrosion on carrier pipelines. NACE SP0200-2014 defines casing fillers as a product placed in the annular space between the carrier pipe and casing pipe to inhibit corrosion and assist in preventing the ingress of electrolyte. The oil and gas corrosion prevention industry has used and adopted several different casing […]

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Cathodic Protection and VCI Gel Filled Pipe-Casings for Corrosion Protection

Cathodic Protection and VCI Gel Filled Pipe-Casings for Corrosion Protection

In this interview with Sujay Math, a Sr. Technical Lead, from Zerust Oil & Gas based in Houston, TX, he will discuss corrosion protection options for carrier pipelines in cased crossing scenarios. Commonly referred to as casings worldwide or sleeves in the United Kingdom (UK). Sujay Math is a subject matter expert in cathodic protection, […]

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How to Determine Whether VCIs, CP, or Both Should be Used to Protect ASTs from Corrosion

Soil Side Bottom (SSB) corrosion of aboveground storage tanks (ASTs) is a major cause of tank bottom failures and a constant problem for tank owners in the oil and gas industry. The use of Vapor Corrosion Inhibitors (VCIs) and Cathodic Protection (CP) are common practices for protecting ASTs from corrosion. Below I will briefly review […]

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