In-line Inspection (ILI) Program Management Workshop | January 23-24, 2024

Shreyas Rajashekhara · October 9, 2023

Regular workshop fee: $2,250. Early Bird Discount available until December 31, 2023: $2,000.

What you will learn:

In this workshop, you will learn how to create, execute, and manage an In-line Inspection (ILI) program according to Code requirements and Best Practices. Additionally, we will uncover the available resources and tools that can assist you in these tasks.

Who should enroll (Prerequisites):

This workshop is suitable for anyone responsible for managing or participating in an ILI program, whether in its entirety or in specific roles. It is particularly relevant to individuals in entry-level positions at companies that already have well-established ILI programs or to integrity/compliance personnel at companies with newly established ILI programs, aiming to gain a comprehensive understanding of the in-line inspection life cycle in the context of a pipeline integrity program.

Workshop Topics Include:

  • Introduction to ILI
  • Designing a Pigable System
  • ILI Technologies and Tools
  • ILI System Performance
  • Preparing for an ILI
  • Executing an ILI
  • ILI Reporting and Validation
  • ILI Analysis
  • Managing Anomaly Digs
  • Defect Assessment and Repairs
  • ILI Case Studies


January 23-24, 2024 | 8 AM – 5 PM CST


Pipeline Research Council International (PRCI)
6410 Langfield Rd Building J,
Houston, TX 77092

Continuing Education Credits:

1.6 CEUs


  • Ms. Sheri Baucom
    Ms. Sheri Baucom

About Instructor

Shreyas Rajashekhara

RCP Inc.

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Ms. Sheri Baucom

With over a decade of experience in pipeline integrity within the oil and gas industry, Sheri Baucom has had the privilege of taking on diverse roles that have enriched her expertise: As the Director of Business Development at an ILI service provider, she devised strategic business development initiatives and played a pivotal role as a technical advisor, contributing to the development of innovative ILI technology. During her tenure as the Director of Integrity Services at RCP, some of her notable accomplishments include spearheading the development of TestOp, RCP’s pressure test validation application, and educating operators on pressure test best practices. She also established and helped manage ILI programs for multiple operators. Her journey in the industry began at Williams Gas Pipeline, where she managed the ILI program for the Atlanta Division, which covers thousands of miles of transmission pipeline with 100+ inline inspections, resulting in over 2,000 anomaly digs. In addition to her professional experience, she’s been an active participant in industry associations such as PRCI, ASME, and YPP, and shared her expertise at conferences like API, AGA, and PPIM.