Corrosion is a leading cause of asset failure in the oil and gas industry.  Magnetostrictive Sensory System (MsS) Guided Wave Testing (GWT) is a nondestructive inspection method that electromagnetically generates and receives low frequency ultrasonic guided waves to detect corrosion wall loss and cracks.

Following the webinar, you will walk away with a better understanding of:

How Magnetostrictive Sensory System Guided Wave Testing is different than other methods

Ways to incorporate MsS GWT into your inspection program

Features and benefits of MsS GWT deployment

Mario Botros

Mario Botros has six years of experience recommending and implementing solutions for Mechanical Integrity (MI) and Risk-based Inspection (RBI) programs in the in the oil and gas (upstream, midstream, and downstream), mining, and specialty chemical sectors. He is driven to help his clients assess the status of their MI and RBI programs to ensure they stay maintained and evergreened. As a six-year PinnacleART veteran, Mario has served in a variety of roles, including Project Lead and Solutions Analyst, attributing to his success in his current role as Senior Client Solutions Engineer. In addition to his professional experience, Mario is API 580 certified.


Reggie Thomson

With over 37 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, Reggie Thomson has an extensive NDE background and a thorough understanding of inspection theory and practice. His extensive experience makes him an expert at disseminating technical knowledge, providing training, performing audits, and coordinating inspection equipment. He has served in various roles throughout the years, including Inspection Coordinator, Field Inspector, and NDE Manager. Reggie is professionally certified in API 570, 510, 653, 580; AWS CWI and holds a Level 3 in ASNT Magnetic Particle Testing.

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