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Thermal imaging is widely used in the oil and gas industry to identify potential problems that the human eye simply cannot detect. The non-invasive, non-destructive inspection method has proven to significantly increase asset safety, saving onshore and offshore oil and gas companies substantial costs in rig and installation production downtime. Thermal imaging technology is used throughout the oil and gas industry in a diverse range of applications for both predictive maintenance and condition monitoring including:

  • – Sand level evaluation in tanks and vessels
  • – Gas leak detection
  • – Pipe integrity
  • – Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI) inspections
  • – Flare header line inspections
  • – Insulation inspections on LPG/LNG holding tanks
  • – Cathode protection assessments
  • – Optical gas imaging
  • – Electrical thermography
  • – Moisture ingress in pipe lagging

Corrosion Under Insulation Inspections

Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI) can be extremely hazardous in the oil and gas industry. Tanks, vessels and pipework contain highly volatile gases and liquids which if leaked could trigger a catastrophic event.


Utilising thermal imaging to locate potential areas of corrosion under insulation, we can bring to attention areas where CUI is likely to form. ValenceOGI provides world-class thermographic solutions for pipeline condition monitoring, along with detailed testing and inspections to evaluate the integrity of insulated pipelines, vessels and storage tanks.

Clear ‘patches’ of temperature variation on the underside of the line, indicative of wet insulation and an accumulation of water

Sand level evaluation in tanks

Separators are very large horizontal vessels which are used to separate out the oil, gas and produced water from the wells in the sea bed. Over time, sand and sediment build up within the vessels and this needs to be cleaned during a shutdown. Knowing how much sediment and where it is located within the vessel allows the correct downtime to be planned.

Thermal imaging shows a significant amount of sand deposit in the separator Using infrared technology, the sand deposit level can be evaluated quickly and easily with higher accuracy than any other non-invasive method. When properly used, thermography can reveal not only the liquid/gas interface, but also sludge buildup and floating materials such as waxes and foams.

Assessment of Valves

Thermal imaging gives valuable information about the condition of the pipe, tube and valve insulation. Inspecting the condition of the insulation material surrounding the pipework can be crucial. Heat losses due to failing insulation and cladding will show up very clearly within the thermal images we take, allowing you to quickly repair the lacking insulation and prevent significant energy losses or other damages.


Steam trap in valve


Process valves are another good example of pipework related equipment that we can inspect with a thermal imaging camera. Besides leakage detection, we can also tell whether the valve is opened or closed, even from a distance. All types of leakage, blocked pipes and faulty insulation will clearly show up on the thermal image. And because a thermal image can quickly give you an overview of an entire installation, there is often no need to check each pipe individually.


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