Canadian Crude Quality Technical Association - Project - Transmission Pipeline Sour Service - Open
Transmission Pipeline Sour Service - Open

his project was initiated In response to the National Energy Board requirement for transmission pipelines to meet the CSA Z662 standard for Sour Service.

Project focus is the evaluate the conditions required that would allow sulphide stress cracking to occur which will allow transmission pipeline operations to evaluate their systems and whether the conditions exist to promote SSC.

In March of 2017 the project requested CCQTA funding support so all further information is open to all CCQTA members.

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