In early 2023, GDM began the project to add to, validate, and update the Westcoast System and completed the project within 5 months’ time.
If you have the information you need to make field reviews a repeatable process you end up working less while retaining more benefits.
In an era driven by data, ensuring its quality has become paramount for organizations across various industries. The energy sector is no exception.
In this article, we will explore the three most effective strategies that energy companies can implement to reduce pipeline releases.
Although technology advancements have had significant impact on the energy industry, there are still ways we can improve on what the industry is already doing today.
In a joint venture with Crescent Point Energy, GDM developed an Intelligent Hydrology Network Model; a proximity smart network hydrology system giving users the ability to automate the customization of water crossing categories based on proximity factors.
Pipeline specialists today have an expertise in steel, but what about composite pipelines?
Our flow apportionment enhancement reduces the time it takes to create flow apportionment models to minutes by providing pre-calculated benchmarks to use as a starting point for analysis.
GDM Pipelines delivers new data and analytics for insight into ESG performance The past five years have brought unparalleled changes to the Canadian oil and gas industry. A global pandemic, downward pressure on oil prices, emission reductions in response to new climate change initiatives, and increasing scrutiny from investors are just a few of the […]
With an increase in the number of pipeline failures resulting from earth movement of unstable slopes, the AER recently released Bulletin 2019-28 which requires that pipeline integrity management programs take slope movement into consideration. In this bulletin, the AER encourages all operators to: Assess integrity management programs and how they address risk to pipelines as […]
Identifying and classifying pipeline water crossings are key elements in creating an effective crossing management program. However, it can be challenging to properly do this using traditional approaches. The most common approach traditionally has been to classify crossing based on the scale of the water body impacted by the pipeline crossing. So, the larger the […]
With increased scrutiny and attention across the pipeline industry, GDM is joining the conversation to educate people on the truth about pipeline consequences. Our 20+ years of data management and analytics experience have enabled us to calculate risk scores for every pipeline in Western Canada, providing unique insight into the current state of pipeline operations. […]