Murphy Pipeline Testing Services (PTS) provide validation for pipeline and pressure installations, such as commissioning, drying, pigging and pressure testing. We predominantly serve the energy sector, operating in upstream, midstream, and downstream for oil, production, transport and distribution for gas – in the UK and beyond.
Based in Leeds and operating nationally, our highly skilled workforce holds certifications from organisations such as the Pipelines Industries Guild, the Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers and the Society of British Gas Industries. Through our extensive background in pipeline testing, we have proven ourselves to be a front runner in this specialist industry.
Over the past 30 years, we have built an extensive portfolio of experience. In addition to performing standard pipeline tasks, such as pipeline flushing and operational pigging, we also offer many other specialist services. We provide solutions that are cost-effective and environmentally aware. This includes helping monitor water usage, reducing emissions and avoiding contaminations.
We distinguish ourselves from other pipe testing service providers through our expertise, tailored approach to each project and adoption of the ‘One Murphy’ value.
With our extensive background in pipeline testing, we aim to be at the very forefront of the industry. We are always looking to provide cost effective and innovative solutions for our clients. For example, we can produce bespoke pigging solutions to overcome particular system constraints and challenges.
Combined with our commitments to safety, reliability and sustainability, Integrity Solutions prides itself as a supplier that goes above and beyond what is expected.
We have acted as advisors and operators on many notable pipeline projects, such as the Erskine Bridge pipeline diversion, near Glasgow for Scotia Gas Networks (SGN). The project required the use of advanced techniques such as horizontal directional drilling (HDD), while prioritising safety and mitigating risks.
PTS has also played a significant role in the construction of the Harefield utility diversions project for Cadent, which has involved many complex trials. We have also undertaken work for Storengy Gas Storage (SGS), which has included hydrostatic testing, pneumatic testing and the desiccant drying of gas flowlines.