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PHMSA’s Proposed Rules for Natural Gas: Breaking Down the Regulations and their Impact Across Gathering and Transmission Systems
2 dates and Locations:
Pittsburgh, Aug 30
Houston, Oct 25
The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) has released a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to substantially revise its rules (at 49 CFR Part 192) around the testing and integrity of pipeline systems, validation of data and records as well as the expansion and additional regulation of gathering lines.
There are at least five (5) significant rulemakings that will transform the regulatory requirements for pipelines in the near future and in the decades to come. These changes seek to address dozens of Congressional mandates, National Transportation Safety Board recommendations, General Accountability Office reports as well as other organizations. These changes will impact virtually every aspect of pipeline regulations including operator qualifications, control room management, integrity management, risk modeling, and the applicability of requirements to gathering operations.
Burns & McDonnell World Headquarters
September 15, 2016
Kansas City, MO
UAS or Unmanned Aerial Systems, with Unmanned Aerial Vechicle (UAVs) or drones, have the potential to revolutionize the electric and gas utility industry. UAVs are proving to be powerful tools for utilities in the areas of maintenance inspections and operations, storm recovery evaluations, construction surveying and land surveying/GIS. Utilities and their service providers have begun to evaluate and use drones for a variety of business units to reduce costs, improve responsiveness, enhance safety and foster environmental compliance.
This conference provides a comprehensive overview of the issues electric and gas utilities need to know when evaluating the why and how of developing a drone program. Discussion includes relevant policy and regulations, utility experience with building use cases for UAS and important considerations when deciding how to structure a drone program within your organization.
WAPA's Electric Power Training Center
October 13, 2016
Welcome to Kinetic
Kinetic is focused on creating connections in the energy industry through educational, training and networking events as well as providing rich content in the way of resources. Our passion is connecting smart people in energy to move the industry forward and we love what we do.
We develop purposeful, focused and actionable continuing education for the energy industry to include the Oil and Gas Sector and the Power and Electricity Sector. In addition, we are a resource and a conduit for information and communication within each industry. We believe that the more we share as a collective group, the more solutions and best practices are discovered and implemented. In the end, that helps drive the industry – and the people in it - forward.
Our goal is to build a community that will allow people in this industry to Educate, Connect And Evolve. It is the theme that runs through every event we create and every piece of information we share.
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