Pigging Report

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This topic outlines the following things:

  1. Creating a new Pigging Report
  2. Editing a Pigging Report
  3. Deleting a Pigging Report
  4. Searching for and Opening a Pigging Report

 

Creating a new Pigging Report

  1. Log into Transparent Earth. 
    a. Enter the Transparent Earth URL into a Chrome browser window, and click Enter
    b. Enter your User ID and Password and click Sign In. The main Transparent Earth Window and Map will display.
  2. Click the Operation Maintenance icon (upper right corner of the window). 
    TE Pigging Report 1.png
    The Operation Maintenance tool bar displays (upper left corner of the map).
  3. Select the View/Edit Pigging Report icon. 
    TE Pigging Report 2.png
    The "Launching/Receiving" features for pigging reports display on the map (green and red triangles). 
    TE Pigging Report 3.png
  4. Click the Zoom Window icon. 
    TE Pigging Report 4.png
  5. Draw a rectangle around the specific "Launching/Receiving" feature of interest. 
    TE Pigging Report 5.png
    The map extent will zoom into the area drawn within "Zoom Window".
  6. Select the View/Edit Pigging Report icon in left menu.
  7. Click the specific "Launching" feature to create a report at that station. NOTE: Users will need to be able to see which icon is a launcher or receiver. Click the click the View Attribute Information icon to open the Info screen for a specific launcher/receiver icon. 
    When you select the icon with the Launching Pigging Report icon active: 
    The Pigging Report dialog box displays: 
    TE Pigging Report 6.png
    If the feature is a launching feature, Add,EditRemove buttons display.
  8. If it is a receiving feature, then only the Edit and Remove buttons display. 
  9. The main Pigging Report dialog box lists all Pigging Reports for this specific Launcher/Receiver set. Double-click an existing report title to open that specific report.
  10. It displays the NameDate Created,Date the pig was launched, the date the pig was Received and the overall Status of the report.
  11. If there is no Received Date, this means the pig has not yet been received or the receipt has not yet been documented: 
    If a report is flashing green, it means the pig was launched less than two (2) days ago and is still on time to be received. 
    TE Pigging Report 7.png
    If a report is flashing red, it means the pig was launched more than two (2) days ago and could be stuck or just taking longer than expected
    TE Pigging Report 8.png
  12. Within the Pigging Report dialog box, click Add to create a new Pigging Report. 
    a. Clicking Add opens the Pigging Report window with eight tabs (see table below). 
    b. All required fields are noted with a red asterisk. 
    c. Complete each applicable tab, then click Save to save all tabs in the Pigging Report:
Tab Name Field Action
Details Report Name Required
Report name will auto-populates with CleaningPigReport_+Username+Current date and time.
You can modify this field as needed.
  Line Name Required
Automatically populates with the Line Name. You can modify this field as needed.
  Line Size Required
Manually enter the Line Size.
  Supervisor Required
Select the Supervisor from the drop-down list.
  Report By Employee Automatically populates with the current user ID. You an modify this field as needed.
  Form Created Date Automatically populates, but can be modified by clicking the calendar button and manually selecting the desired date.
  Tool Type Manually the Tool Type
  Tool Description Select the Tool Description from the drop-down menu.
  Manufacturer Manually enter the Manufacturer Name
  Length (mi) Manually enter the length in miles. Numeric only. One decimal place.
Measurements Enter all tool measurements in the fields provided in this tab.
All fields values must be numeric values, less than 48.
  Disc 1 Manually enter the LaunchReceive and Replace values.
Select the radio button for the Fit value: Proper or Improper/Replace.
  Brush 1 Manually enter the LaunchReceive and Replace values.
Select the radio button for the Fit value: Proper or Improper/Replace.
  Cup 1 Manually enter the LaunchReceive and Replace values.
Select the radio button for the Fit value: Proper or Improper/Replace.
  Disc 2 Manually enter the LaunchReceive and Replace values.
Select the radio button for the Fit value: Proper or Improper/Replace.
  Brush 2 Manually enter the LaunchReceive and Replace values.
Select the radio button for the Fit value: Proper or Improper/Replace.
  Cup 2 Manually enter the LaunchReceive and Replace values.
Select the radio button for the Fit value: Proper or Improper/Replace.
  Seal Manually enter the LaunchReceive and Replace values.
Select the radio button for the Fit value: Proper or Improper/Replace.
Operating Conditions    
  Launcher Automatically populated and cannot be edited.
  Line Operating Pressure Manually enter the Line Operating Pressure.
  Launch Date Required
Click inside the date field, or click the small blue calendar button, then select the date from the calendar.
  Launch Time Required
Click inside the time field and then select the time from the hour and minute selection boxes.
  Receiver Required
Automatically populates. User can modify this field by selecting a different value from the drop-down list.
  Receive Date Receive Date does not need to be selected at this point, it should be left blank if the pig has not been received yet. When the pig is received, the report can be edited. Select the date manually with the calendar.  
  Receive Time Receive Time can be filled in with two small selection windows, one for the hour and one for the minute. This should only be done after the pig has been received.
  Estimated Run Time Automatically populates based on the time of launch and receipt.
Sediment    
  Type Manually enter the Sediment Type.
  Description Manually enter a description of the Sediment Type.
  Quantity (g) Manually enter the Quantity, in G.
Numeric only.
Values here will display and be used in the Lab Analysis tab.
  Laboratory Sample Obtained? Select Yes or No from the drop-down list.
  Please attach picture of debris before pig is removed from trip on receiver.
Attach images in the Attachments tab.
Lab Analysis Laboratory Analysis is to be completed by corrosion technician after field sampling of soils are received. Values with no more than one decimal and three decimal places can be used or will auto-populate.
  Hydrocarbons Manually enter the Weight. The Percent column automatically calculates and displays.
  Determine Paraffin/Asphalt Manually enter the Weight. The Percent column automatically calculates and displays.
 
  Carbonates Manually enter the Weight. The Percent column automatically calculates and displays.
 
  Iron Sulfides Manually enter the Weight. The Percent column automatically calculates and displays.
 
  Moldable Manually enter the Weight. The Percent column automatically calculates and displays.
 
  Magnetic Manually enter the Weight. The Percent column automatically calculates and displays.
 
  Non Moldable Manually enter the Weight. The Percent column automatically calculates and displays.
 
  Totals Automatically adjusts with the Weight and Percent (%) values.
 
Responsibilities This tab is filled out with the applicable personnel that launched, received, and reviewed (Corrosion Technician).
  Launcher Select the responsible party from the drop-down list.
  Receiver Select the responsible party from the drop-down list.
 
  Corrosion Technician Select the responsible party from the drop-down list.
 
  Review Date Click inside the date field, or click the small blue calendar button, then select the date from the calendar.
Status    
  Report Status Required
Select the proper status form the drop-down menu.
Workflow rules outline the available Status options.
Pending > Submitted > Rejected or Approved.
  Report Completed By Automatically populates with the current user name.
  Report Completed Date Automatically populates with the current date.
  Report Submitted By Automatically populates with the current user name.
 
  Report Submitted Date Automatically populates with the current date.
 
  Report Approved By Automatically populates with the current user name.
 
  Report Approved Date Automatically populates with the current date.
 
  Last Modified By Automatically populates with the current user name.
 
  Last Modified Date Automatically populates with the current date.
 
  Report Comments Manually enter any applicable comments for this Pigging Report.
Attachments Use this tab to attach any applicable documentation or photographs.
NOTE: the Pigging Report must first be SAVED before you can attach any files to it.
  1. Click the Attach button.
  2. Click the Browse button.
  3. From the explorer window that displays, navigate to the desired document/file.
  4. Select the document/file and then click Open.
  5. In the New File dialog box, click OK.
The document is attached to the Pigging Report and is available for open, review, or removal.
  1. Upon completion of the Pigging Report tabs, click Save.
  2. Click OK at the confirmation prompt.


Editing a Pigging Report

Editing a Pigging report is as easy as opening an existingPigging Report, editing it, and saving it.

  1. Locate the applicable Launcher/Receiver. 
    See the Searching for and Opening a Pigging Report instructions.
  2. Click the View/Edit Pigging Report icon.
  3. View the main Pigging Report dialog box.
  4. Double-clicking the applicable report.
  5. Edit the report as necessary.
  6. Click Save, and then click OK at the confirmation prompt.

 

Deleting a Pigging Report

Deleting a Pigging report is as easy as opening an existingPigging Report and removing the pigging report line item.

  1. Locate the applicable Launcher/Receiver.
  2. Click the View/Edit Pigging Report icon.
  3. Viewing the main Pigging Report dialog box.
  4. Click on the applicable report line item.
  5. Click the Remove button.
  6. Click Yes, and then click OK at the confirmation prompt.

 

Searching for and Opening a Pigging Report 

Searching for a Pigging Report in TransparentEarth allows users to search for reports specific to details in the report in a ResultsGrid. A user can search for specific launcher stations, date of launch, statusof pig received, and other report attributes. The MapIt function directs theTransparentEarth user directly to the launching station and allows the user toopen/view/edit/delete the pigging report.

  1. Inside the Administration and Module Dashboard on the left side of TransparentEarth, click on Operation Maintenance
    Ten (10) Operation Maintenance items display below, including the last option: Pigging Report.
  2. Click Pigging Report
    In the Search and Results Dashboard (bottom left of the screen), two drop down bars will be filled in. The top search bar will say Operation Maintenance and the second search bar will say Pigging Report. The third search bar will say SearchALL. 
    TE Pigging Report 9.png
  3. Click the Search button below to search for all available Pigging Reports.
  4. To search a specific attribute in a report, change the SearchALL drop-down to the desired attribute.
    1. Click the down-arrow to enable the drop down menu.
    2. Select the applicable attribute.
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  5. Enter a value in the blank text box below the third attribute: 
    TE Pigging Report 11.png
  6. Click Search
    All records that match that criteria will display in the Search Results Grid.
  7. To open the record for review or editing, select the record in the grid, click MapIt
    The Launcher/Receiver will display on the map, highlighted.
  8. Click the View/Edit Pigging Report icon (left side of the map), and then click the highlighted launcher/receiver. 
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    The Pigging Report main dialog box displays.
  9. From the list of returned records (search results), you can to do all of the following:
    1. Double-click a line item and it will display on the map, highlighted.
    2. Click a record in the results grid, then click the MapIt button. The item will display on the map, highlighted.
    3. Use the general Drill Down Filter function to filter down to a meaningful record set or specific result: Type in part of a value and the list of records will automatically filter towards any record that has all or part of your entry in it.
    4. Click the Export Visible Fields button to export the visible records with the visible set of columns into a CSV file.
    5. Click the Export All Fields button to export the visible records with all possible columns into a CSV file.
    6. Modify Records Per Page by selecting different values from the records per page drop-down list. You will see the following options: 10, 25, 50, 100, All. Selecting one of these items should display that many records.
    7. Click the column title of any column to sort the contents of that column, first by A-Z, then by Z-A. (Ascending-to-Descending, then Descending-to-Ascending).