Pipeline Operations

Courses tagged with "pipeline operations": 64

2011 SGA Operating Conference

Presenter: Purgason, Bob

Subscription: Network L&D Track

Developing & Managing Activity Plans & How to use in CRM Plans

Presenter: Industry Experts

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Presenter: Industry Experts

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2011 SGA Operating Conference

Presenter: Poellnitz, Hank

Subscription: Network L&D Track

SGA Management Conference

Presenter: Galbraith, Carl

Subscription: Network L&D Track

This session took place during the Gas Control Roundtable at the SGA Operating Conference and Exhibits in Fort Worth, TX on July 24th, 2012. Charles Alday, from Pipeline Performance Group presented this web conference as an Overview of FRMS.

Presenter: Alday, Charles

Subscription: Network L&D Track

2011 SGA Operating Conference

Presenter: Rosenfeld, Mike

Subscription: Network L&D Track

In this presentation recorded live at the November SGA Executive Conference, Andy Drake discussed the road ahead with regards to pipeline safety and Integrity Management and Continuous Improvement. He addressed the expectations of new regulations and what can operators do to position themselves to succeed in the future.

This video is from a presentation given by Andy Drake, Vice President of Engineering and Construction, Spectra Energy at the SGA Executive Conference held on November 12, 2012.

Presenter: Andy Drake

Subscription: Network L&D Track

Michael Grande, Standard & Poor’s, shares Rates that Natural Gas Companies are experiencing across the Value Chain.  He also discusses recent Credit Actions on Natural Gas Pipelines and M&A Transactions.

Subscription: Network L&D Track

Presenter: Kathryn Clay, Ph.D.

Subscription: Network L&D Track

The Second segment of the SGA News Update from the 2012 SGA Operating Conference and Exhibits takes a closer look at Transmission Integrity Management and how INGAA is working to build trust with neighbors and regulators. Features Keith Leewis, P-Pic and Larry Hjalmarson, Williams. It also focuses on how we build trust with the public and emergency officials through crisis communication. Features Glen Boatwright, Nixon & Associates.

Presenter: Industry Experts

Subscription: Network L&D Track

Session 2: February 29, 2016

BIG DATA ANALYTICS

  • What it is
  • How it can be exploited
  • Potential benefits and experiences particularly regarding pipeline safety applications.

This is session 2 of the Ops & Eng 2016 Web Conf Series.

Presenter: Dr. Natasha Balac, Data Insight Discovery

Subscription: Network Member Plus
  • Onshore pipelines
  • Hazards related to permanent ground displacement, not transient effects such as blast or earthquake wave propagation
  • Hazard information focused on general formative processes and examples, not quantitative technical predictive approaches
  • Method for pipeline assessment to focus on general analytical approach, minimum modelling requirements, typical limitations, and examples from relevant projects
  • Criteria, stress-based or strain-based, for assessing fitness-for-service (FFS)
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  • Onshore pipelines
  • Hazards related to permanent ground displacement, not transient effects such as blast or earthquake wave propagation
  • Hazard information focused on general formative processes and examples, not quantitative technical predictive approaches
  • Method for pipeline assessment to focus on general analytical approach, minimum modelling requirements, typical limitations, and examples from relevant projects
  • Criteria, stress-based or strain-based, for assessing fitness-for-service (FFS)
Subscription: Network Member Plus
  • Onshore pipelines
  • Hazards related to permanent ground displacement, not transient effects such as blast or earthquake wave propagation
  • Hazard information focused on general formative processes and examples, not quantitative technical predictive approaches
  • Method for pipeline assessment to focus on general analytical approach, minimum modelling requirements, typical limitations, and examples from relevant projects
  • Criteria, stress-based or strain-based, for assessing fitness-for-service (FFS)
Subscription: Network Member Plus
  • Onshore pipelines
  • Hazards related to permanent ground displacement, not transient effects such as blast or earthquake wave propagation
  • Hazard information focused on general formative processes and examples, not quantitative technical predictive approaches
  • Method for pipeline assessment to focus on general analytical approach, minimum modelling requirements, typical limitations, and examples from relevant projects
  • Criteria, stress-based or strain-based, for assessing fitness-for-service (FFS)
Subscription: Network Member Plus

This web workshop series was first conducted in 2010 with over 130 operators participating in the series. Much has changed in the industry since that time including energy flow (shale gas plays), LNG exporting instead of importing, technological advancements, and changes in personnel working at our member companies.

FEATURES:
- Presentations from Dr. Darin George, Southwest Research Institute
- Case studies from peer operating companies
- Open virtual roundtable discussion time with peers and industry subject matter experts

Subscription: Network Member Plus

This web workshop series was first conducted in 2010 with over 130 operators participating in the series. Much has changed in the industry since that time including energy flow (shale gas plays), LNG exporting instead of importing, technological advancements, and changes in personnel working at our member companies. 

Session TOPICS:
o - Sulfur Detection
o - MEMS Technology 

Subscription: Network Member Plus

This web workshop series was first conducted in 2010 with over 130 operators participating in the series. Much has changed in the industry since that time including energy flow (shale gas plays), LNG exporting instead of importing, technological advancements, and changes in personnel working at our member companies. 

Session TOPICS:
o - Guest Panelists: Joe Landes of Southern Petroleum Laboratories (SPL) & Hank Poellnitz of Kinder Morgan
o - AGA (Gas Quality Measurement Manual, AGA-4A, AGA-8)
o - API (API Chapter 14.1)
o - GPA (2145, 2172, 2261)

Subscription: Network Member Plus

This web workshop series was first conducted in 2010 with over 130 operators participating in the series. Much has changed in the industry since that time including energy flow (shale gas plays), LNG exporting instead of importing, technological advancements, and changes in personnel working at our member companies. 

Session TOPICS:

  • Drivers for changes in tariff requirements
  • Shale gas impacts
  • Hydraulic Fracturing impacts
  • LNG: Imports to Exports - In less than 10 years 
Subscription: Network Member Plus

This web workshop series was first conducted in 2010 with over 130 operators participating in the series. Much has changed in the industry since that time including energy flow (shale gas plays), LNG exporting instead of importing, technological advancements, and changes in personnel working at our member companies. 

Session TOPICS:
o - Overall Design Advancements
o - Probe Design Advancements
o - Vortex Shedding Elimination

Subscription: Network Member Plus

This web workshop series was first conducted in 2010 with over 130 operators participating in the series. Much has changed in the industry since that time including energy flow (shale gas plays), LNG exporting instead of importing, technological advancements, and changes in personnel working at our member companies. 

Session TOPICS: 

o- Specific topic list under development

Subscription: Network Member Plus

Session 3:Develop contingency plans

Presenter: Jones, Milt - Web Conference

Subscription: Network Member Plus

Mark Hereth

1 Hour 20 Minutes 

4/7/2014

Subscription: Network Member Plus

SGA ILI Series - Session 4

Industry Experts : 119 minutes

November 16,2009

Subscription: Network Member Plus

Does your first responder training program have room for improvement? Do you ever wonder how best to get your message out to this important group? This webinar sponsored by the SGA Emergency Management Committee will help you answer these and other questions.

John Hansen, former deputy Chief of the Oklahoma City Fire Department and current Executive Director of the Oklahoma Council on Firefighter training will share his insights on what first responders need and the best ways for operators to reach them. Andy Wells, Public Safety Supervisor with PG&E will provide an overview of PG&E's communications program for first responders and will share his company's best practices and lessons learned.

Click here for more information and to register.

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This course is part of the Introduction to Natural Gas Transmission track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of construction options and costs, preparations, routing and right of way, facilities design, building a pipeline and challenges.

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    This course is part of the Introduction to Natural Gas Transmission track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of the chemical composition of natural gas, what pressure is, the effect of temperature on gasses, gas laws, base conditions and units of measure and relative density.

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      This course is part of the Introduction to Natural Gas Transmission track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of compressor stations, yard piping, main units, engines, compressors, support systems, auxiliary buildings, emissions control, control systems and telecommunications systems.

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        This course is intended for all audiences and introduces the student to the exploration and production segment of the natural gas industry. Topics covered include finding and Producing Resources to Fuel America's Economic Engine, basic drivers of an exploration & production company, capital investment and cash flow considerations, production procedures - drilling/testing and well completion and selling the product. As a result of taking this course, the student should learn the following.

        • How Natural Gas is found, extracted and marketed
        • What are the key drivers for an E&P company
        • What are the key challenges facing the E&P segment
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        This course is part of the Introduction to Natural Gas Transmission track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of assuring continuity of service in a safe and reliable manner, achieving lowest operating costs, developing an operating plan and implementing an operating plan.

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          This course is part of the Introduction to Natural Gas Transmission track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of the composition of wellhead gas, gas conditioning overview, separation of fluids, gas sweetening, dehydration, natural gas processing, odorization and gas quality.

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            This course is part of the Regulatory Compliance track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of regulatory compliance within the natural gas industry. Topics covered include history of regulation of natural gas pipelines, NGPSA requirements, state & federal jurisdiction, PHMSA, understanding the language, regulation construction and incorporation by reference & retroactivity. As a result of taking this course, the student should learn the following.

            • History of regulation of natural gas pipeline in the United States.
            • The entities involved in regulating natural gas and their jurisdictions.
            • The language used in Part 192.
            • How regulations are constructed and updated.
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            This course is part of the Introduction to Natural Gas Transmission track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of the development of the natural gas transmission industry, social trends affecting the use of natural gas and technology advances needed to make transmission of gas possible.

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              This course is intended for all audiences and introduces the student to the interstate pipeline system which is typically part of the transmission segment of the natural gas industry. Topics covered include natural gas transmission, construction practices and procedures, operations, maintenance and gas storage. As a result of taking this course, the student should learn the following.

              • How large pipeline systems are constructed
              • What the key challenges are in getting a new pipeline constructed
              • How gas is physically moved through the pipeline infrastructure
              • How the pipeline systems are operated in a safe and reliable manner
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              This course is intended for all audiences and introduces the student to the administrative functions associated with the transportation of natural gas. Topics covered include pipeline capacity services, contracts and nominations, confirmation & allocation of gas purchases. As a result of taking this course, the student should learn the following.

              • How gas movements are requested and processed
              • How gas is measured, quantified and accounted for
              • How imbalances are determined and resolved
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              This course is part of the Introduction to Natural Gas Transmission track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of the origins of oil and natural gas, oil and gas formations, exploration, production and other sources of methane

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                This course is part of the Introduction to Natural Gas Transmission track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of the terminology used when discussing natural gas reserves.

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                  This course is part of the Introduction to Natural Gas Transmission track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of why storage is needed, underground storage, depleted fields, aquifers, salt domes and liquified natural gas (LNG).

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                    This course is part of the Regulatory Compliance track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of initial response to an incident, incident reports, annual reports and safety-related conditions. As a result of taking this course, the student should learn the following.

                    • What Part 191 is, what it applies to, and what it does not apply to.
                    • What operators should initially do to respond to an incident.
                    • What the reporting requirements are for an incident.
                    • What is required for annual reports.
                    • Reporting requirements for Safety-Related Conditions.
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                    This course is part of the Regulatory Compliance track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of criteria, external corrosion control, internal corrosion control, atmospheric corrosion, remedial measures and corrosion control records. As a result of taking this course, the student should learn the following.

                    • The code requirements for controlling corrosion.
                    • The criteria used to determine if proper corrosion control is being met.
                    • The methods used for internal, external and atmospheric corrosion control.
                    • The remedial measures that should be taken to repair corrosion.
                    • Recordkeeping requirements.
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                    This course is part of the Regulatory Compliance track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of what an emergency is and §192.615 - Emergency Plans. As a result of taking this course, the student should learn the following.

                    • What an emergency is.
                    • What is included in an emergency plan.
                    • Where to find additional resources.
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                    This course is part of the Regulatory Compliance track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of regulatory compliance within the natural gas industry. Topics covered will include design requirements, inspection, testing and maintenance of regulation and overpressure protection devices. As a result of taking this course, the student should learn the following.

                    • Design requirements for gas pressure regulators and overpressure protection devices.
                    • Requirements for inspection, testing and maintenance of gas pressure regulators and overpressure protection devices
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                    This course is part of the Regulatory Compliance track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of repairing and protecting pipe. As a result of taking this course, the student should learn the following.

                    • The 192 requirements for repairing and protecting pipe for transmission lines and mains.
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                    This course is part of the Regulatory Compliance track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of high consequence area (HCA) and the requirements of integrity management. As a result of taking this course, the student should learn the following.

                    • The terms used in integrity management.
                    • What a high consequence area (HCA) is and how to identify one.
                    • The code requirements of integrity management.
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                    This course is part of the Regulatory Compliance track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of regulatory compliance within the natural gas industry. Topics covered will be the key definitions needed to understand information covered in DOT Parts 191 & 192. As a result of taking this course, the student should learn the following.

                    • The meaning of terms used throughout the 192 material.
                    • The difference between a transmission line and a transmission facility.
                    • How to identify a service line.
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                    This course is part of the Regulatory Compliance track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of terminology, sliding mile, clustering, determining MAOP of a steel pipeline and determining MAOP of a plastic pipeline. As a result of taking this course, the student should learn the following.

                    • How different locations are classified.
                    • The proper way of determining class locations using a sliding mile.
                    • How clustering impacts class location.
                    • How to determine the MAOP of steel and plastic pipe.
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                    This course is part of the Regulatory Compliance track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of Part 192 – Subpart J – Test Requirements and Part 192 – Subpart K - Uprating. As a result of taking this course, the student should learn the following.

                    • The pressure testing and recordkeeping requirements for different types of pipe.
                    • The requirements that must be met when uprating to a higher MAOP on existing lines.
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                    This course is part of the Regulatory Compliance track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of the regulation relating to odorization. As a result of taking this course, the student should learn the following.

                    • Why odorant is added to natural gas.
                    • The 192 requirements operators must meet regarding the odorization of gas.
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                    This course is part of the Regulatory Compliance track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of maintenance & normal operations, abnormal operation, continuing surveillance and damage prevention. As a result of taking this course, the student should learn the following.

                    • What is required by operators to comply with Subpart “L”
                    • The requirements for procedures addressing maintenance and normal operations, abnormal operations, continuing surveillance, and damage prevention.
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                    This course is part of the Regulatory Compliance track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of transmission, distribution, valves, vaults and accidental ignition. As a result of taking this course, the student should learn the following.

                    • The maintenance requirements for Transmission and Distribution lines.
                    • The maintenance requirements for valves and vaults.
                    • Maintenance requirements to prevent accidental ignition.
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                    This course is part of the Regulatory Compliance track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of the key terms, qualification programs and inspections. As a result of taking this course, the student should learn the following.

                    • What is included in Subpart N and changes that have been made since being published.
                    • What a qualification program should include.
                    • How inspections are performed.
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                    This course is part of the Regulatory Compliance track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of pipe types, Subpart F : Joining Plastic Pipe, installation and repair and handling and storage. As a result of taking this course, the student should learn the following.

                    • The different types of plastic pipe used in the natural gas industry and their design limitations.
                    • The methods and requirements for joining plastic pipe.
                    • The requirements for installing and repairing plastic pipe.
                    • The requirements for handling and storing plastic pipe.
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                    This course is part of the Regulatory Compliance track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of why public awareness is needed, the public awareness regulation, API RP-1162 and public awareness program (PAP). As a result of taking this course, the student should learn the following.

                    • Why public awareness is needed.
                    • How the regulation has evolved.
                    • What is required based on API 1162.
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                    This course is part of the Regulatory Compliance track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of terminology, the weld, welding methods, qualified procedure, qualifications and limitations for welders, protection, preparation, and testing, repair and maintenance and Appendix “C” Basic Test. As a result of taking this course, the student should learn the following.

                    • The terminology used to describe the welding process
                    • What tasks are included in the welding process
                    • The procedures for welding and the qualifications and limitations for welders.
                    • The protection, preparation, and testing for welding on pipelines.
                    • Repair and maintenance required for welded pipe.
                    • What is included in Appendix “C”.
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                    This course is part of the Introduction to Natural Gas Transmission track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of production and Market areas, transportation of natural gas, advantages of pipeline transmission, pipeline design, pipeline pressure, protecting the pipeline, the public, and the environment, pipeline maintenance as well as corrosion and Prevention of Corrosion.

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                      This course is part of the Introduction to Natural Gas Transmission track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of the importance of  shale gas, shale gas development in the United States, regulatory framework, oil and gas operations on public lands, other federal laws and requirements that protect the environment, environmental considerations and hydraulic fracturing.

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                        This course is part of the Introduction to Natural Gas Transmission track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of the structure of the natural gas industry, what a "natural monopoly” is, how transmission functions are regulated, ratemaking as well as "Deregulation” and restructuring.

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                          This course is part of the Introduction to Natural Gas Transmission track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of open access, tariffs, types of transportation, types of service, contracts and measurement.

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                            This course is part of the Introduction to Natural Gas Transmission track and is intended for anyone needing or wanting a more thorough understanding of what energy is, the history of U.S. energy use, current energy consumption, categories of natural gas use, reasons why natural gas is used, environmental impact of natural gas and a few special uses of natural gas.

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