Corrosion and scale deposition are well known problems in pipelines. Corrosion control of carbon steel pipelines requires an understanding of the simultaneous occurrence of both processes. To date there have been few studies demonstrating the interactions between surface scale deposition and corrosion processes. Common methods of controlling corrosion and scale are deploying corrosion and scale inhibitors. However, combined (ComI) are receiving increased attention from industry as their application can significantly reduce chemical costs. Many factors influence the performance of corrosion and scale inhibitors and the influence of supersaturated brines on the surface scale deposition and subsequent effects on corrosion processes are generally not well understood. The work presented describes a range of laboratory tests conducted to assess the influence of different supersaturated brines on corrosion and scale on both inhibited (ComI) and uninhibited systems. Corrosion is measured by conventional electrochemical techniques and surface deposition is assessed using Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) and Energy Dispersive X-ray (EDX). Bulk precipitation is measured by turbidity.