How to Fulfil Requirements of a Pipeline Leak Detection Program (API 1175)


Requirements for pipeline leak detection systems increase continuously. With the introduction of the API 1175 by the American Petroleum Institute pipeline operators received the recommendation to have a Pipeline Leak Detection Program. This program has the goal to minimize the size and consequences of leaks. The online seminar describes the different aspects of a Pipeline Leak Detection Program and how to fulfil them.

Key Takeaways

  • Definitions of a Pipeline Leak Detection Program
  • Different requirements
  • How to fulfil the requirements


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.