After our Virtual Meetup Series was well received by industry professionals from all over the world last year, we have more sessions planned for this year. Like last year, the focus will be on knowledge sharing. In addition to expanding skills, participants will have the opportunity to actively engage in virtual discussions and exchange ideas with peers and experts – hands-on and in a very short time (45 minutes). Find out what topics are planned in the following overview.
FROM PIPELINE INTEGRITY PERSONNEL CERTIFICATION TO PHMSA’S NEW GAS GATHERING REGULATIONS
Pipeline Integrity Personnel Certification: All about ANAB Accreditation
Tuesday, February 15 – 3 pm CET English / 6 pm CET Spanish
Michelle Unger, Head of Group Business Line ‘Education Systems and Services’, will kick off this year’s Virtual Meetup Series with a discussion on why Pipeline Integrity Certifications are important, how you can access them, and what is involved. You will have the opportunity to ask the subject matter experts who helped develop the competence model, which has been accredited by ANAB (ANSI National Accreditation Board), for details of the process. In addition, some already certified engineers will share their own experiences and those of their teams. Are you interested in joining us? You can find more information here.
Future-proof your asset with data-driven integrity systems
Tuesday, March 15 – 10 am MST
In this Meetup, Anthony Herman, Head of Business Line ‘Integrity Management Systems’ for ROSEN Canada, will discuss interacting pipeline threats and how engineers can better identify and manage risks by using advanced data processing and visualization tools. As the demand for data and analytics increases, so does the question of how to align and future-proof all of these data sets to add more data in the future. Fortunately, there are solutions available that support integrity professionals and facilitate the management of multiple datasets. Want to learn more about these solutions and share your experiences? Join us here.
Insight into PHMSA's new gas gathering regulations
Tuesday, April 12 – 12 pm CST
PHMSA’s new regulations for gas gathering pipelines pose a lot of problems for operators both large and small. From gathering applicable data to determining new gathering types to preparing for reporting and implementing the compliance program, operators are looking for the most efficient way forward. This discussion with Tad Nowicki, Compliance Consultant for ROSEN USA, provides an opportunity to share individual experiences and gain an understanding of possible options to ensure compliance. Curious? Visit our LinkedIn event page and add the date to your calendar.