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Britney Taylor, C.E.

Corrosion Pipeline Integrity Engineer 

Britney Taylor is a civil engineer by education and has spent the last 5 years working as a professional in the pipeline and corrosion mitigation design and integrity assessment business. She spent over 7 years working for operators and has just recently started consulting work for Campos EPC (a Denver-based engineering, procurement, and construction company), where she hopes to help grow their corrosion consulting services while obtaining her professional engineering license. 

She currently holds her NACE CP-2 and is a NACE-sponsored graduate of the Emerging Leaders Alliance. She is slated to present at the NACE Pipeline Integrity Conference in Quito in 2015. Britney’s stalwart commitment to the principles of corrosion prevention and her strong desire to educate, lead, and positively influence others to have a proactive approach to pipeline integrity makes her a widely respected professional in her field.
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Recent Articles by Britney Taylor, C.E.

The Impact of the Pipeline Safety Act of 2011 on the Industry

Even though pipelines are one of the safest and most reliable forms of energy transportation, there is a long history of pipeline failures that have helped shape industry regulations.

Tips for Success in Conducting External Corrosion Direct Assessments

These helpful practices allow pipeline operators to get the most out of their External Corrosion Direct Assessments by isolating integrity risks before corrosion results in wall loss and breaches.

Secrets to Success as a Young Corrosion Engineer: Britney Taylor Q&A

Britney Taylor is five years into her corrosion engineering career with a range of industry experience under her belt thanks to internships. Her secret to success? Don’t be afraid to try new things, ask questions and be open to continual learning.