Mega-Rule #1: Gas Transmission Regulation Deep Dive – Going Virtual

Summary

Summary

Join us this October for a virtual deep dive into the recently finalized Safety of Gas Transmission Pipelines rule. The virtual format for this is unlike anything you have experienced before.  Attendees will receive links to workshop materials two weeks prior to live stream Q&A sessions with the trainers and other attendees.  Attendees will be able to review these materials at their own pace and schedule leading up to three separate live Q&A sessions with other attendees and the trainers.  Attendees will have the ability to chat and post questions in a live forum during the pre-read period and during live Q&A sessions.  There will be homework, yes you heard that right, to ensure attendees understand how to apply what they have learned.  During the live Q&A sessions, trainers will work through the homework and answer questions from the attendees.

 

What You Will Learn

There is a lot to unpack with this rule.  This workshop will not only dive deep into the rule requirements and some of its nuances; there will also be several practical and interactive exercises for the audience to perform, ensuring they come away knowledgeable not only with “what” is required, but also “how” to conduct certain analyses that are new to the gas transmission pipeline regulations. These exercises will include how to conduct an Engineering Critical Assessment, how to develop material sampling plans based upon various population factors, how to determine TVC records and extract the required data for validated MAOP calculations, and how to plan and execute a spike test.  RCP has partnered with Mike Rosenfeld for portions of this workshop, so you are sure to learn from the best in the industry.

 

Workshop Materials

Each attendee will receive access to all presentation and homework assignment materials two weeks prior to the live Q&A sessions.

 

About the Trainers

RCP trainers have a wealth of industry experience and provide participants a practical perspective on operations and maintenance activities at a level all can understand and are very effective in answering any questions.

Mike Rosenfeld is an experienced consultant in pipeline fitness for service, pipeline integrity, pipeline design and construction, causes of pipeline failures, pipeline regulations and standards, and related matters. He has performed numerous pipeline failure investigations and root cause failure analyses; research funded by the pipeline industry on the effects of mechanical damage, fatigue, pipeline integrity threat interactions, and methods to determine the probable grade of undocumented pipe materials; engineering analyses of a broad range of design, operations, or integrity matters for numerous pipeline operators; and provided expert support in litigation. He chairs the Subgroup on Design, Materials, and Construction of the ASME B31.8 Gas Transmission and Distribution Piping Committee and serves on other ASME piping standards development committees. Mr. Rosenfeld has authored or co-authored over 90 published articles or public presentations dating to 1988, is an ASME Fellow, and is a Professional Engineer registered in the State of Ohio. He previously worked with Kiefner & Associates (27 years), Battelle (6 years), and Impell Corporation (4 years). He earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the University of Michigan (1979) and a Master of Engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University (1981).

Chris Foley has a deep understanding of the new gas transmission regulation, including participating on the Joint Industry Trade Association Task Group to prepare for and submit comments throughout the Gas Pipeline Advisory Committee process.  Mr. Foley owns three patents for MaxOp, which is widely considered the gold standard used across the gas and hazardous liquid pipeline industry for MAOP validation. He serves on the ANSI GPTC Z380 Gas Piping Technology Committee and the American Gas Association Engineering Committee.  Mr. Foley has almost 30 years' experience developing and implementing engineering and regulatory compliance solutions and technology for the oil and gas industry. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering with a specialty in Systems Safety Engineering from Texas A&M University.

 

 

Workshop Cost

SEMINAR PRICING:

*Early Individual

Late Individual

Late Group
(3 or more)

$575.00

$600.00

$575.00/ea

* If registered two weeks prior to start of workshop. Cancellations made less than 1 week prior to class are non-refundable, but may be credited toward future workshops. If 3 or more attendees are registering separate, we can give you a discount code.



  • When

  • October 13, 2020 - October 15, 2020
    1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    Central Time

  • Where

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