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Computerized cathodic protection technology reduces pipeline reconditioning costs. M.E. Rizzo and T.A. Wildman. Mater. Perform., October 1997, 16(10), 14--19.

Attention is drawn to new data collection technology and improved interpretation methods that are reducing excessive costs to recondition poorly coated pipelines without compromising safety. Application of alternative CP criteria will reward operators with additional resources for competitiveness. 7 refs.

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