ILI Coordination

Whether it is gas, oil, or liquids we have the field and project management capabilities to complete your project safely, on time, and on budget.

We have successfully run thousands of smart tool inspection programs in pipelines from 2 to 60 inches. Whether it is in gas, oil or liquids we have the field and project management experience to complete your project on time and on budget.

We have inspected over a thousand pipelines. In that time, we’ve seen every type of product, configuration and application. This includes: high and low flow rates, variable pressure differentials, heavy wall pipe and dual diameter lines. Put this wealth of experience to work for you on your next ILI run.

Not only do our ILI coordinators have a wealth of experience to rely on, they also utilize the solely owned Element System that In-Line Pigging Solutions uses to execute tool runs.

What is an ILI Coordinator?

An ILI Coordinator or ILI Inspector is an individual highly trained in launching and receiving pipeline pigs while ensuring all other aspects of a run such as product flow, tool speeds, and contractors are being managed on site to ensure a successful tool run.

Not only are these individuals highly trained in running smart tools but they are the on-site experts when it comes to executing cleaning, gauge, purge, and reflood runs.

Our ILI Services Ensure Successful

  • Smart Tool Runs
  • Gauge Tool Runs
  • Cleaning Tool Runs
  • Commissioning of Pipeline
  • Decommissioning of Pipeline
  • Pipeline Line Purge
  • Pipeline Re-flood
  • And more

Pipeline Products Experience

  • Natural Gas and Propane
  • Crude Oil & Condensate
  • Methane, Ethane & H2S Environments
  • Diesel & Refined Fuels
  • Nitrogen
  • Production Water
  • Potash Slurry
  • And more

Why use an ILI Coordinator?

Unlike regular maintenance pigging programs, smart tool inspection programs require considerably more attention and care to ensure the smart tools perform effectively. If the person in charge is not experienced with smart tool inspections, the pipeline owners run the risk of not obtaining reliable information. This lead to additional costs for reruns. More importantly, it can significantly impact the accuracy of integrity models.