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Corrosion control and public safety go hand-in-hand. For example, corrosion is one of the leading causes of pipeline accidents in the world. When a pipeline fails, the results can be devastating in terms of loss of life, property damage, and contamination of the environment. To prevent such disasters, oil and gas companies and other pipeline operators have been using corrosion control as one of their strongest weapons in the battle against failures. Attention to corrosion in the , material selection, construction, operation, and maintenance of infrastructure facilities will save billions of dollars in repair, maintenance, and replacement costs. Controlling corrosion in the infrastructure can prevent premature failure and lengthen useful service life, both of which save money and natural resources, promote public safety, and protect the environment.