DNV is delighted to be a sponsor of the 2022 API (American Petroleum Institute) Pipeline, Control Room and Cybernetics Conference to be held on May 3-5 in Savannah, Georgia. Attendees will experience robust technical presentations, view the latest displays of technology in the industry, and have a chance to network face-to-face with peers.
As pipelines remain at the center of much public debate and increased government scrutiny, pipeline operators continue to advance strategic safety objectives to improve inspection technology and enhance incident identification and response.
API's Pipeline, Control Room and Cybernetics Conference is one of the best events to gain insights on pipeline safety including safety management systems, regulations, management of contractor, and more!
The addition of the Control Room Forum and Cybernetics Symposium allows attendees to maximize their operational performance and provide cost-efficiency. The co-located events also allow for extensive networking opportunities with peers from the Pipeline industry. Moreover, the conference provides an opportunity for attendees to earn PDH (Professional Development Hours), maintaining their certifications and required hours.
Primary topics covered will include:
- Pipeline operation challenges and opportunities in a post pandemic environment
- Emergency response / oil spills
- Pipeline integrity management
- Workforce development, human factors, and training
- The role of leak detection in minimizing environmental impacts
- Stakeholder engagement and outreach
- Safety and environmental reliability
- Preparing for the future - system hardening and resiliency
- DNV will have a table to exhibit our pipeline leak detection and simulation solutions so be sure to visit us.
Hear from DNV Pipeline Experts!
DNV has been invited to present several event sessions during this year’s conference agenda. Additional technical and presales experts will also be attending the conference as delegates. We would welcome the opportunity to see you at any of the presentations outlined below.
- Tuesday, May 3 - 2:40 PM - 3:10 PM
Chris Summers, Senior Pipeline Consultant
"Transient simulation model based training systems and the need for accurate and detailed configuration data"
- Wednesday, May 4 - 10:55 AM – 11:25 AM
Jake Murray, Engineering Consultant in Risk Assessment and Data Integration
"Quantifying data criticality in risk management using sensitivity analysis"
- Thursday, May 5 - 9:45 AM – 10:15 AM
Prateem Hangloo, Pipeline Engineer
"Team training - Leveraging an operator training simulator to meet PHMSA control room training requirements"
- Thursday, May 5 - 10:55 AM – 11:25 AM
Boris Rodriguez, M.Sc., Senior Pipeline Engineer
"Using data science for leak detection real time transient models tuning"
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