Basics of Pipeline Leak Detection Systems


Leak detection systems come in variety of designs and for varied purposes. The online seminar describes the basic fundamentals of pipeline leak detection systems. It demonstrates an overview from the simplest to the state-of-the-art leak detection systems, usage options and limitations via practical examples. The discussion will also cover how leak detection systems comply with standards and regulations.

Key Takeaways

  • Different methods of pipeline leak detection systems
  • Advantages and limitations of the methods
  • Standards and regulations


Dipl. Ing (FH) Daniel Vogt M.Sc.

Dipl. Ing (FH) Daniel Vogt M.Sc.

KROHNE, Head of Sales for PipePatrol

Dipl. Ing (FH) Daniel Vogt M.Sc. is the Head of Sales for PipePatrol, the Pipeline Management Solutions of KROHNE Oil & Gas BV. From 2006 to 2008 he researched into the principles of leak detection at the Westphalian University. From 2008 to 2010 he was a project engineer, taking full technical responsibility for various projects using the PipePatrol leak detection system. He worked several years in the role as product manager, responsible for the strategic product development of PipePatrol as well as the conceptual design and planning of leak detection solutions considering both client and regulatory requirement. His current responsibility is to manage all sales operations for KROHNEs PipePatrol Pipeline Management Suite.