THE INTERNATIONAL
PIPELINE RISK MANAGEMENT
FORUM

NOVEMBER 18-19, 2020 | HOUSTON

Plus TRAINING COURSES
NOVEMBER 16-17, 2020

Wednesday

8.15 Opening remarks & introduction  
8.30 1. Dancing with the Swans
    Joel Anderson, Enable Midstream Partners, LP
9.00 2. Risk Decisions Under Uncertainty
    Justin Raimondi, New Century Software (Speaker)
    Joel Anderson, Enable Midstream Partners, LP
    Kent Muhlbauer, WKM Consultancy
9.30 3. Agile Approaches for Transitioning to Quantitative Risk Assessment Modeling
    Kevin Spencer, Dynamic Risk (Speaker)
    Armando Borjas, Dynamic Risk
    David Oliver, Dynamic Risk
    Dan Williams, Dynamic Risk
10.00   Coffee
11.00 4. Threat, Risk and Consequence
    Randy Vaughan, R&F Pipecon Resources, Inc.
11.30 5. The Value of Quantifying the Risk-Reduction Benefits of the Pipeline Integrity Program
    Aleksandar Tomic, TC Energy (Speaker)
    Shahani Kariyawasam, TC Energy
    Brenn Snider, TC Energy
12.00   Lunch
1.45 6. Quantitative Risk Assessment following an ILI Survey (ILI-Based Risk Assessment)
    Jane Dawson, Baker Hughes, Process & Pipeline Services (Speaker)
    T Hoffmann, Baker Hughes, Process & Pipeline Services
    I Yablonskikh, Baker Hughes, Process & Pipeline Services
2.15 7. Internal Corrosion Risk Evaluation
    David Wint, Nalco Champion (Speaker)
    Anji Bordelon, Nalco Champion
2.45   Coffee
3.30 8. The Value That a System-Wide Risk Assessment Can Bring in the 21st Century: TC Energy’s Approach
    Aleksandar Tomic, TC Energy (Speaker)
    Shahani Kariyawasam, TC Energy
4.00 9. Continuous Improvement of Risk Aggregation and Integration with “The Matrix”
    Kelly Thompson, Williams Companies
4.30 10. On Setting Integrity Reliability & Risk Targets for Gas Transmission Pipelines
    Sherif Hassanien, Enbridge Gas Transmission & Midstream (Speaker)
    Andy Drake, Enbridge Gas Transmission & Midstream
5.00   End of Day, Cocktail Reception

Thursday   

8.30 11. Exploratory Data Analysis
    Joel Anderson, Enable Midstream Partners, LP
9.00 12. Risk‐Based Decision‐Making Supported by Machine Learning
    Mike Gloven, Expert Infrastructure Solutions, Inc.
9.30 13. Refining Fatality Consequence Estimation for Gas Pipeline Risk Modeling
    Pablo Lugo, Williams Companies
10.00   Coffee
11.00 14. The Evolution of Quantitative Risk Assessments: Integrating Environmental Consequence Analysis to Refine Results
    Landon Lucadou, Dynamic Risk (Speaker)
    Jeremy Fontenault, RPS Group (Speaker)
    Mark Brimacombe, Pembina Pipeline Corporation 
    Tyler Klashinsky, Dynamic Risk
    Kevin Spencer, Dynamic Risk   
11.30 15. Risk based Optimization of an ILI Program for Corrosion
    Shahani Kariyawasam, TC Energy (Speaker)
    Dongliang Lu, TC Energy
12.00   Lunch
1.30 16. AC Interference Threat Assessment
    John Skates, American Innovations (Speaker)
    Andy Florence, Pipeline Integrity Management Services
2.00 17. Quantitative Risk Assessment of Underground Gas Storage System Using Bayesian Network Models
    Francois Ayello, DNV GL USA (Speaker)
    Arun Agarwal, DNV GL USA
    Vincent DeMay, DNV GL USA
    Vijay Raghunathan, DNV GL USA
    Narasi Sridhar, DNV GL USA
2.30   Coffee
3.00 18. Bayesian Networks for Geohazard Risk Assessment
    Smitha Koduru, C-FER Technologies
3.30 19. Proposed Environmental Risk Acceptance Criteria for Canadian Pipelines
    Mark Stephens, C-FER Technologies
4.00 20. Proposed Life Safety Risk Acceptance Criteria for Canadian Pipelines
    Shahani Kariyawasam, TC Energy (Speaker)
    Dongliang Lu, TC Energy
    Aleksandar Tomic, TC Energy
4.30   End of Conference

 

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