Remove uncertainty over pig passage and allow operations to continue on schedule
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Lost or stuck pigs can result in extensive down time and significant additional expense. For this reason, pigs are frequently monitored during launch and receipt and when passing points in a pipeline that are deemed to pose a risk such as a valve, river crossing or other feature. This could be the case for all sizes and locations of pipelines regardless of whether managing a pipeline onshore or subsea, a buried pipeline, pipelines of varying wall thickness or a pipeline with geometric or operational challenges.
It may also be necessary to monitor pig passage from a remote location and as such effective data communication is vital.