Process Safety and Environmental Protection 2018 DOI: 10.1016/j.psep.2018.07.006 View full text
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Muhammad Hashim Abbas, Rosemary Norman, Alasdair Charles

Abstract: The effect of carbon dioxide (CO2) corrosion on pipelines is of great relevance to the petroleum as well as the Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) industries. CO2 corrosion is responsible for lost production as it brings about the gradual degradation of pipe internals with time. The cost of general corrosion is said to be between 3to 5% of an industrialised nation's gross domestic product (Schmitt et al., 2009;Popoola et al., 2013). In the U.S., the cost of corrosion in the production and manufacturing sector wa…

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