Luncheon - Pipeline Plain Talks Series Parts 1, 2 & 3(PSL®) - Register For All 3 Parts & Save $25

When:

  • May 25, 2017 from 11:30am to 1:30pm
  • June 15, 2017 from 11:30am to 1:30pm
  • October 19, 2017 from 11:30am to 1:30pm

Sign up for this 3 package lunch n learn and save $25.

This includes:

Part 1: Pipeline Safety and Loss Management Systems - Regulatory Compliance (May 25, 2017).

With the following "take-aways":

  1. The provincial and federal regulatory requirements for pipeline safety and loss management systems.
  2. Industry codes, standards and best practices of companies as it relates to pipeline management systems and programs (e.g. public awareness, third party crossings, and damage prevention frameworks).
  3. Elements of an effective management system and how it supports protecting people, property and environment.
  4. What the potential impacts are for non-compliance and what enforcement tools and penalties can be assessed by the AER, BCOGC, and the NEB:
  • AER Bulletin 2017-08 Pipeline Licensee Safety and Loss Management System (SLMS) and SLMS Self-Assessment and Declaration Form (March 31, 2017)
  • BCOGC Compliance Assurance Protocol Integrity Management Program (IMO) for Pipeline System and IMP Self-Assessment Protocol for Pipelines (march 2017)
  • BCOGC Compliance Assurance Protocol Integrity Management Program (IMO) for Facilities and IMP Self-Assessment Protocol for Facilities (March 2017)
  • Administrative Monetary Penalties Regulations (National Energy Board)

Part 2: Pipeline Development: The New Reality (June 15, 2017).

With the following "take-aways":

  1.  Understand the provincial and federal regulators and their respective pipeline application process.
  2.  Discuss current trends in stakeholder engagement and their potential impact on project development plans and timelines.
  3.  Understand current pipeline hot topics, industry myths, and stakeholder risks to be prepared for prior to engaging.
  4.  Identify key stakeholders and opportunities for improving outreach.
  5.  Understand stakeholder information management requirements (records, reports and other analytics) necessary to support project approvals from provincial and federal regulators.
  6.  Discuss the interrelationship between landowner relations, community relations, indigenous relations, environment, regulatory affairs, communications and effective stakeholder engagement programs by reviewing roles, responsibilities and an integrated, collaborative approach.

Part 3: Pipeline Abandonment and Reclamation: Pipeline Company Obligations (October 19, 2017).

With the following "take-aways":

  1. Provincial and federal requirements for pipeline decommissioning, abandonment and reclamation
  2. Pipeline abandonment options including pipeline removal (completely or partially) and pipeline abandonment in place.
  3. Expectations are for landowners and stakeholder engagement and what potential issues and concerns to prepare for.
  4. National Energy Board Abandonment Funding Program and other financial considerations.
  5. Legal issues related to pipeline abandonment and post-pipeline abandonment.

Registration includes a light lunch and beverages.

Instructors:

Nicole Aitken

Nicole has 20 years experience in the energy industry with expertise in stakeholder engagement, reputation risk management, and occupational health and safety. Prior to starting her own company, she was serving as the Community Relations Director for TransCanada Pipelines Limited where she managed a team of over 40 professionals and oversaw the completion of significant regulatory filings for stakeholder engagement programs associated with a $46 billion capital project portfolio. Nicole assists clients on the strategic management of stakeholder matters arising from the construction and operation of natural gas and liquids pipelines in Canada and the United States. Her direct experience with developing the Keystone Pipeline involved applications with the National Energy Board, U.S. Department of State, North Dakota Public Service Commission, South Dakota Public Utilities Commission, Illinois Commerce Commission, Texas Railroad Commission, Montana Department of Environmental Quality, and Nebraska Public Service Commission. Nicole has been trained as an expert witness and has been an industry speaker for the International Right of Way Association, Young Professionals and University of Alberta Industrial Safety and Loss Management Program.

Tamara Bews

Tamara has 20 years of commercial-regulatory experience in the energy, transportation and agricultural industries. Tamara has practiced primarily in the energy regulatory area (upstream and midstream) for the past twelve years, including in-house at TransCanada Pipelines Limited and the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board (now the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER)). She has advised clients on various energy, aboriginal and environmental matters involving different provincial and federal authorities including: Alberta Energy Regulator, Alberta Utilities Commission, British Columbia Oil and Gas Commission, Saskatchewan Energy and Resources (now Saskatchewan Economy), Indian Oil and Gas Canada, and the National Energy Board. Tamara has represented clients in significant regulatory applications before the AER, the National Energy Board; and judicial review application before the Alberta Court of Appeal. Tamara acted as a session chair and reviewer for Track 1 Technical Program: Pipelines Safety Management Systems for the 2016 International Pipeline Conference and Exposition held in Calgary, Alberta.

CAPL Credits: 6 Credits
AAPL Credits: 6 Credits
Fee: CAPL Member $125 plus GST
  Non-Member $185 plus GST
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