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The SKO Pipeline Rejuvenation project involves major pipeline asset replacements and upgrades to existing pipeline facilities to enable proper mitigation/monitoring for internal corrosion arising predominantly from Microbial Influenced Corrosion (MIC) with the objective of safeguarding short term and long term oil and gas production as well as reduce the risk of pipeline failure to ALARP.
Baram Fields Pipeline network
SKO currently operates a total of 172 pipelines with estimated total length of 1477 Km. Most of the SKO pipelines are offshore pipelines except for the terminal pipelines with onshore sections.
Integral to the work scope, the key actions identified to reduce the Pipeline Asset Risk to ALARP are detailed in the table below:
|:||Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd|
|Project Duration||:||7 Months (Completed on Apr 2015)|