Tulsa, OK

Keys to a Successful Inline Inspection Program

In-Person Workshop | November 1–3, 2022

Event Overview

This workshop provides operations and maintenance engineers and field technicians in pipeline companies with the knowledge to establish and manage an intelligent pigging program that contributes optimum value toward improved pipeline integrity. This workshop is directed towards operations and maintenance engineers, and field technicians in pipeline companies who establish, manage, supervise and generally conduct in-line inspection surveys using intelligent pigs. In this 3-day program, attendees will participate in hands-on sessions along with classroom training.

Attendees will receive 18 Professional Development Hours (PDH) upon completion


Learning Objectives:

Learn the basics of in-line inspection (pigging), including:

  • operation considerations including pig passage confirmation, pressure, flow velocity
  • demonstration and participation in launching, tracking and receiving ILI tools
  • pipeline cleaning for better ILI results
  • the technology behind deformation, mapping, corrosion and crack detection ILI tools, an introduction to viewing ILI results
  • methods to assess corrosion, cracking and steel properties such as SMYS in the ditch
  • codes and standards applicable to in-line inspection


Who Should Attend

Operations and maintenance engineers and technicians who participate in the use of in-line inspection tools for assessing pipeline integrity. This includes;

  • Engineers and field technicians
  • Upstream and Midstream personnel
  • New to the pipeline industry and seasoned professionals with only some ILI experience
  • Liquid and natural gas operators


Event Information

Registration fee includes:

Breaks, continental breakfast and lunch each day, and all workshop materials.
*Please email Martha Stedman if you have any specific dietary requirements.

Dinner events:

November 1, 6:30 pm (Location TBD): Hosted by Nick Landon, Coastal Chemical/Brenntag

November 2, 6:30 pm (Location TBD): Hosted by Chuck Harris, TDW

Training Location:

TDW Technology Center
6801 South 65th West Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74131-2444


SGA will be providing shuttle bus transportation daily between the Hampton Inn & Suites, Tulsa Hills and the TDW class site as well as the two off-site dinners. See Agenda for Shuttle Schedule.


Hampton Inn & Suites Tulsa Hills
7004 S. Olympia Ave. West
Tulsa, OK, 74132

Reservations: Please make reservations with the hotel directly by calling 918-340-5000.

View the Full Agenda

Meet the Instructors:

Bruce Nestleroth, ROSEN

Bryce Brown, ROSEN

Chuck Harris, TDW

Tod Barker, TDW

Daniel Ringer TDW

Greg Donikowski, TDW

Dane Burden, TDW

PJ Robinson, TDW

Jeremy Young, TDW

Matt Logan, TDW

Nicholas C. Landon, Coastal Chemical/Brenntag

Rusty Jackson, Quest Integrity Group


From 11-01-2022 8:00 am CST until 11-03-2022 5:00 pm CST


TDW Technology Center
6801 South 65th West Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74131-2444

Registration Information
Members $1,500
Non-Members $2,050

3% fee applied if paying by a credit card

Have any questions? Contact us. memberservices@southerngas.org