Data Secured & Risks Assessed
Integrity Planning & Risk Assessment
Knowledge is Power
At CANEIL, our integrity planning follows a detailed historical document and data analysis. Sometimes data may be lost or irretrievable, in which case CANEIL can build a new baseline and can build a process for tracking data going forward. We then develop, maintain, and optimize integrity planning and assess risk to our clients’ assets.
Client Value from CANEIL
CANEIL consistently provides client value by:
The CANEIL Difference
CANEIL’s professionals can step in at any stage of integrity planning and risk assessment, or as part of the total asset integrity solution. CANEIL’s team understands historical data review and analysis in jurisdictions across North America. We are your one stop for your integrity planning and risk assessment needs. Let the CANEIL team help.
After executing a historical data review, CANEIL’s engineers and inspectors coordinate and optimize resources. We have saved millions of dollars for our clients in resource allocation by understanding effective integrity management. This results in tighter schedules with optimized manpower and cost savings to our clients.
Inspection and test plans (ITPs) are critical in maintaining quality assurance requirements of jurisdictions and industry standards, and in guiding effective equipment inspections. They define the points at which assets are surveyed and submitted for client approval. CANEIL develops test strategies, which provide a long term plan for inspecting and testing client assets. ITPs are used at inspection intervals and CANEIL develops and refines ITPs to meet or exceed jurisdiction and industry standards.
The selection of non-destructive examination (NDE) methods is a vital part of every integrity program. CANEIL employs engineers and inspectors that understand the processes and environments of your assets. They use the best methods to determine the existence of flaws generated by all possible damage mechanisms. At CANEIL, we understand how each method works as well as the advantages and disadvantages of each. This is how we decide which method to use. CANEIL has certified our employees in a variety of testing methods, and most of our engineers and inspectors have multiple certifications. That’s why CANEIL is the best choice for NDE methods used in conjunction with our total asset integrity solution.
Here at CANEIL, we conduct overpressure protection reviews to protect client assets. Our engineers review scenarios where equipment and piping may see pressures that cause overpressure protection activation. CANEIL follows the jurisdiction rules, such as ABSA AB-525 (in Alberta) and industry standards, such as API 521 – Pressure-relieving and Depressuring Systems, in designing systems to reduce pressure and when installing safety devices.
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Contact us today to discuss how CANEIL can help you assess the risks and to plan for the future of your assets.