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Emissions Management: Applicable Codes, Standards and Practices offers a comprehensive overview of the applicable codes and standards governing emissions testing and management in Alberta and Canada. You will learn industry best practices for achieving your emissions management goals including the types of equipment available to mitigate emissions. Through practical hands-on demonstrations, videos and current industry reviews, the instructors provide an overview of the types of equipment used in the field, guidance on emissions testing, advice on the installation and maintenance of emissions reduction equipment, and troubleshooting tips. This course is intended for upstream and midstream engineering professionals, operational field personnel, recent graduates and technical specialists interested in expanding their understanding of LDAR, EPA, AER and CER requirements and testing procedures, as well as the equipment used. The in-person course is scheduled for October 18 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. MT at geoLOGIC Systems Ltd.’s offices at #1500, 401 – 9th Avenue SW in Calgary. All course materials will be available to those who register before and after the date of the live event. Key course benefits Implement the correct LDAR equipment, standards and codes and manage emissions optimally per current industry practices Compile and execute on internal corporate technical standards, review design on emission reduction requirements, and provide value-engineering solutions tailored to individual plants, facilities, pipelines, tank farms or compressor station networks Articulate the purpose and benefits of emissions elimination to support investments Understand the 4 key steps to eliminating emissions Course developers and emissions management experts Our ESG Learning instructors and researchers have a wealth of experience delivering ESG solutions to the global oil and gas industry. This course was developed by Gobind Khiani and David M. Anderson. Gobind Khiani brings a wide range of technical expertise from 30 years’ experience with engineering projects around the world. Gobind is chairman of the End-User Committee (ERC) at the American Petroleum Institute and vice-chairman of the Standards Council of Canada. He is a peer reviewer for emissions management regulatory documents at Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC). Gobind also participates in research and development initiatives for Emissions Management and Reduction Programs, the Government of Alberta, and Canada's Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA).   David M. Anderson is a director in the Score Group and is responsible for the global deployment and development of the company’s valve condition and performance monitoring products and services. He has worked directly in the valve industry for 39 years, of which 29 years have been spent at the Score Group. David has been involved in valve diagnostics and condition monitoring for over 20 years. David is a Fellow of the Institute of Directors, a Chartered Quality Professional, a member of the Chartered Quality Institute, and a member of the Institute of Asset Management. He is a mechanical engineering technician and has several engineering and business qualifications. Curriculum History of emissions and testing Terms and definitions Industry practices and implementation Types of equipment and where/when to deploy them Repair methods and techniques/Continuous Improvement Initiatives Manufacturing process improvements Packing manufacture’s emission best available technology Improvements for the future Benefits of Optimized Emissions Management, including case studies Current industry practices, codes, regulations applicable in Alberta and in general in Canada Problems, installation, and maintenance troubleshooting and tricks Still have questions? Reach out today to learn more about how we can help your company thrive in the future. Email: Prices are in US dollars. Read More

Team leaders need a clear understanding of how to translate and integrate ESG within their teams and across their company. Our course will help you understand and implement the ESG strategy set by executive leadership. You will get a high-level overview and actionable items that you can apply within your team and across your company. Key course benefits Understand a team leader’s role in integrating ESG into administrative and operational teams and identifying and prioritizing risk Identifying and evaluating ESG opportunities for team leaders How oil and gas companies are incorporating ESG into their businesses Course takeaways Learn how ESG principles and frameworks apply to oil and gas companies Learn a team leader’s role in integrating ESG into administrative and operational teams and identifying and prioritizing risk How to identify and evaluate ESG opportunities for team leaders Understand how oil and gas companies are incorporating ESG into their businesses ​Curriculum Section 1: ESG principles for oil & gas team leaders Section 2: Integrating ESG into your business and operations Section 3: ESG in the corporate context and integrating into strategy Still have questions? Visit our FAQs section or reach out today to learn more about how we can help your company thrive in the future. Email: Prices are in US dollars. Read More

Executives and emerging leaders need a full understanding of ESG to make effective strategic and operational business decisions. Our course provides a vital ‘roadmap’ to integrate ESG principles throughout your oil and gas company – in so doing, helping to ensure you mitigate ESG risk and maximize ESG opportunities. This is an on-demand course that you can take anytime.  Key course benefits Better evaluate ESG risks and opportunities Ensure key decision makers have improved ESG knowledge Take practical steps to integrate ESG Course takeaways Understand ESG principles and frameworks and how they apply to oil and gas companies Understand how oil and gas companies are incorporating ESG into their businesses Curriculum Section 1: ESG Principles for Oil & Gas Executives Section 2: Integrating ESG into Your Business and Operations Section 3: ESG in the Corporate Context and Integrating into Strategy Still have questions? Visit our FAQs section or reach out today to learn more about how we can help your company thrive in the future. Email: Prices are in US dollars. Read More

Fluor Canada’s David Mercer leads a panel of informed industry professionals in an insightful dialogue that examines the future role that hydrogen could play in the Canadian economy. Several key themes with significant relevance to hydrogen in the Canadian economy are explored. This includes the hydrogen strategy for Canada, the potential for displacement of transportation fuels, technology applications and investment in emerging technologies, cost, public engagement, and more.  Register today for this free exclusive presentation to see how hydrogen fits in the future of Canadian energy. Meet your panelists​ Curt Graham, Vice President for Fluor's Office of Technology Curt was the Manager of Engineering and Department Manager of Process Engineering for the Southern California (SoCal) offices (Aliso Viejo and Long Beach), and the leader of the Fluor Gas Processing Technology Group before his current position with Fluor. He has over 30 years of industry experience. Since joining Fluor in 1996, Curt has worked on a wide range of energy & chemicals projects. Curt has significant experience with the use of process simulation as a design tool. His expertise includes petroleum, petrochemical, power, and gas processing applications. His experience also includes field assignments in refineries, including two-unit start-ups, extensive operator training, and Process Lead on major grassroots gas plant, gas plant debottlenecking and gas plant fire rebuild projects. Curt has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Engineering from Harvey Mudd College. He also holds 12 U.S. patents in gas processing and treating, is a Fluor recognized SME in Gas Processing, and is an author on over 25 industry papers. Steve Kehoe, Director, ETG Technical, BMO Energy Transition Group Steve joined BMO’s Energy Transition Group in a newly established role – Director, ETG Technical. He comes into this role with a Bachelor of Engineering Science (with Distinction) and Master of Engineering Science in Mechanical Engineering (NSERC Scholar, specializing in fluid mechanics) from Western University, and is an ambassador with the Energy Futures Lab. Prior to joining BMO, Steve spent four years in the oil and gas industry in production and exploitation engineering.  For the past 12 years, Steve has worked in Acquisitions & Divestitures Advisory with BMO’s Energy Group evaluating energy assets and executing transactions. His work on the hydrogen economy has become an important touchpoint with many BMO clients, government, and agencies.  Kelly Grieves, Sector Lead, Hydrogen Strategy, Atura Power Kelly Grieves is responsible for commercial and business development for Atura Power’s hydrogen business.  Kelly has over 16 years of experience in the water and related infrastructure sector.  Before joining Atura Power, Kelly was responsible for the business development and M&A efforts of Seven Seas Water and their subsidiary company, AUC Group. Kelly also sits on the board of directors for the Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association, and the Canadian Fencing Federation, a National Sports Organization. Grieves is a licensed Professional Engineer in Nova Scotia and holds a Bachelor of Applied Science, Chemical Engineering degree from Queen’s University and a Master of Business Administration from University of Toronto. Moderator: David Mercer, Head of technology and sustainability for Fluor Canada David joined Fluor in 1999 and worked at Canada’s largest oil refinery until 2015. During this period, David held assignments in refinery operations, capital project development, business development and served as the manager of the Process Engineering and Control Systems Engineering departments at Fluor’s client-based office.  In 2016, David assumed responsibility for the Process Technology and HSE in Design departments at Fluor Canada’s offices in Calgary. During this period, David also supported business development, strategy and industry engagement activities. David has a Diploma in Engineering from Saint Mary’s University, a Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) from the Technical University of Nova Scotia, and a Master of Applied Science (Chemical Engineering) from Dalhousie University, in collaboration with Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. In addition, David has completed corporate learning through the Center for Creative Leadership and Harvard Business Publishing, a subsidiary of Harvard University.      Read More

Small Modular Nuclear Reactors or SMnRs have attracted a significant amount of interest in Canada with their potential role toward decarbonizing Canada’s future.  An expert industry panel unpacks unique opportunities related to the deployment of SMnRs in Canada including discussion on technologies, international perspectives, stakeholder engagement, power production costs and their applicability in green hydrogen production.  Meet your panelists Jeff Bonham is a project director at Fluor with 18 years of electrical engineering, field engineering, contracts, and project management experience. He has field and project management experience on small and large-scale capital projects. Over the past two years, he has applied his breadth of conventional oil and gas experience to lead the implementation of Fluor’s nuclear energy strategy in Canada and to support initiatives related to carbon capture and hydrogen. Terry Jamieson has over 40 years of experience in the Canadian nuclear industry, both in the private and public sectors. He holds a BASc and an MASc in nuclear engineering from the University of Toronto. He is also a Certified Advanced Technology Manager and is a Fellow of the Engineering Institute of Canada. Following a 25-year consulting career, he joined the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) in the role of Vice President of the Technical Support Branch, where he managed a team of 300 scientists and engineers devoted to safety, security and safeguards in the Canadian nuclear industry. He currently provides technical, competitive intelligence and proposal writing services to government agencies, private sector firms and not-for-profit organizations. His technical focus is on the safety and licensing aspects of Small Modular Reactors in the areas of steam production for district heating and grid-scale applications. Andy Hayward has been with Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station for 15 years in various managerial capacities, most recently as chief nuclear engineer. Prior to that Andy worked in the specialty cellulose industry up to and including general management of a mill complex in northern Quebec and was involved in construction and commissioning of two conventional power generation facilities.   James Ward has a substantial background in business operations, business planning, community development and consulting. One of his key responsibilities is to provide leadership as General Manager to the North Shore Micmac District Council and also the Anqotum AAROM (Aboriginal Aquatic Resource & Ocean Management).   The free presentation is hosted by David Mercer, director, head of Technology and Sustainability for Fluor Canada. Opening and closing remarks are provided by Bemal Mehta, managing director, Energy Intelligence, for JWN Energy and geoLOGIC Systems.  Read More

Even best in class operators can have spills and other unexpected environmental issues.  Regulatory Compliance: Get it right, the first time directly helps oil and gas companies prepare for unexpected compliance and enforcement actions. Participants will learn how best to write to energy regulators before and after should things go wrong. Actionable insights will be provided on best practices for compliance assurance activities that can be applied by your team and across your company. Participants will learn about different compliance and enforcement actions and how to achieve the best possible regulatory, operational and business outcomes. The live course is scheduled for Thursday, April 13, 2023 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. MT. via ZOOM. EXCLUSIVE OFFER: Receive three months free access to Compliance Kiwi’s mandatory notification database when you complete the course.  All course materials will be available to those who register before and after date of the live event. Key course benefits Manage compliance risks systematically by ensuring consistency and uniformity in compliance activities Ensure fair decision making and reduced compliance costs Maintain your company reputation and restore confidence with regulators Course takeaways Learn how taking a strategic approach to compliance and developing a new compliance-mindset can build trust and create value for your customers, stakeholders, and society at large Apply proactive compliance assurance approaches to reduce response times to regulatory inquires and to achieve the best possible inspection/audit outcomes Create an incident management plan that meets regulatory expectations reducing the likelihood of further compliance action Analyze enforcement decisions to determine if legal standards are met to ensure you achieve the best possible regulatory, operational, and business outcomes Meet your instructor - Erin Maczuga, Compliance Kiwi Our ESG Learning instructors and researchers have a wealth of experience delivering ESG solutions to the global oil and gas industry. This course was developed by Erin Maczuga, chief compliance officer and founder of Calgary-based Compliance Kiwi. Erin is a former lawyer, and Director, Compliance and Enforcement at the Alberta Energy Regulator. Erin was the original architect of the AER’s Integrated Compliance Assurance Framework and Manual 013: Compliance and Enforcement Program, with close to 15 years of legal and regulatory oil and gas experience. Erin works with clients from the energy sector to provide expert advice on regulatory applications, compliance assurance program design, and regulatory monitoring.  Curriculum Section 1: Understanding the mindset of the energy regulator and revisit how you manage compliance to increase effectiveness, reduce costs, and build trust. Section 2: Voluntary Self Disclosure – How compliance assurance activities can be proactive, preventive, and protective. Section 3: Preparing for a regulatory inspection/audit and how to regain trust when things go wrong. Section 4: How to proactively respond to regulators before the issuance of compliance orders. Section 5: Don’t pay any more than you should when being issued an administrative Monetary Penalty. Section 6: Ensure fairness in regulatory decision making and achieve the best possible outcomes. Still have questions? Reach out today to learn about the new skills and knowledge required for today's evolving oil and gas sector. Email: Prices are in US dollars. Read More

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