Oil and gas

Pipeline & Facilities Asset Management Workshop

Pipeline

Cost optimization through smarter asset management

We cordially invite you to our Pipeline & Facilities Asset Management Workshop, compliments of DNV GL.  This one-day workshop will cover compelling topics for those involved with pipeline operations, management and engineering.

The workshop features DNV GL staff recognized as industry-leading experts in their respective fields.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The workshop is open to pipeline professionals with interests or responsibilities related to the planning, execution and oversight of pipeline and facilities operations, risk assessment, integrity management, and failure response.

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND
Scrutiny from the public, regulators and corporate boards reinforces the imperative to seek highest levels of operational standards. 

This workshop will provide a high level of technical subject matter focusing on pipeline operations, risk assessment, managing integrity, and responding to an unplanned release (subject to litigation).

The workshop’s format will be geared to promote fluid discussion among participants.

This workshop is provided compliments of DNV GL in its efforts to promote smarter asset management.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT HOURS
A Certificate of Completion for 6.0 Professional Development Hours (PDH) will be presented to attendees at the close of the workshop.


Directions

Presentation synopses and speaker details

Contact us:

Chris Pollard
Chris Pollard

Principal Consultant

Send email

Mobile:

+1 (832) 541-1084

DATE:

Thursday, November 17, 2016

VENUE:

Topgolf Alpharetta, 10900 Westside, Pkwy, Alpharetta, GA (300 yds east of Colonial Pipeline)

We cordially invite you to our Pipeline & Facilities Asset Management Workshop, compliments of DNV GL.  This one-day workshop will cover compelling topics for those involved with pipeline operations, management and engineering.

The workshop features DNV GL staff recognized as industry-leading experts in their respective fields.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The workshop is open to pipeline professionals with interests or responsibilities related to the planning, execution and oversight of pipeline and facilities operations, risk assessment, integrity management, and failure response.

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND
Scrutiny from the public, regulators and corporate boards reinforces the imperative to seek highest levels of operational standards. 

This workshop will provide a high level of technical subject matter focusing on pipeline operations, risk assessment, managing integrity, and responding to an unplanned release (subject to litigation).

The workshop’s format will be geared to promote fluid discussion among participants.

This workshop is provided compliments of DNV GL in its efforts to promote smarter asset management.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT HOURS
A Certificate of Completion for 6.0 Professional Development Hours (PDH) will be presented to attendees at the close of the workshop.


Directions

Presentation synopses and speaker details

Agenda

Join us

Day 1

Agenda

 

Sign in / Continental breakfast

PIPELINE INTEGRITY CHALLENGES

Dealing with Changing Regulations

Speaker

Dr. Tom Bubenik

Senior Principal Engineer, Integrity Solutions

LEVERAGING RISK INTELLIGENCE

Optimizing Preventative and Mitigative Measure Selection

Speaker

Tony Alfano, P.E.

Head of Section, Risk Management

Lunch (provided)

ALIGNING TO API RP 1173 – SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

Optimizing SMS Development Efforts

Speaker

Megan Weichel

Senior Consultant, Risk Management

IMPROVING PIPELINE CONSTRUCTION THROUGH QMS

Quality Management System Efforts by PHMSA and API

Speaker

Melissa Gould

Senior Engineer, Welding

Break

FAILURE STATISTICS / POST-INCIDENT EXPECTATIONS / ROOT CAUSE FAILURE ANALYSIS

Lessons Learned

Speaker

Dr. David Norfleet, P.E.

Head of Section, Incident Investigation

Questions / Additional discussion (as needed)

Wind down

For those interested, we invite you to wind down the day as our guest at Topgolf (clubs provided)

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