plc releases conference program

The fourth annual Pipeline Leadership Conference (plc) has released the program for the event, which will take place in Houston, Texas on 7–8 November 2018.

The fourth edition of the event will bring together top executives involved in building and operating oil and gas pipelines throughout North America.

The event brings together thought leaders to discuss innovative approaches and best practices for managing new construction, replacing or renewing existing infrastructure, ensuring safety, improving efficiency and overcoming challenges from inside and outside the industry.

Click here to register for the event.

Wednesday will feature the Executive Forum, launched in an opening address and welcome by the Pipelines Association of Houston President Patrick Lamb, Phillips 66 Pipeline President Todd Denton and Benjamin Media CEO Bernard Krzys.

Attendees will then have the opportunity to attend panels and presentations, including an executive roundtable session, a pipeline safety management system session, a prudency and distribution system replacement program session and a project management life cycle session.

The Pipeline Leadership Award and reception will take place in the evening.

On Thursday, attendees will be invited to participate in a networking breakfast before the Workforce Forum launches.

After a presentation by Mears Group VP Safety, Training and Environment Kevin Parker on the road to success for delivering pipeline construction projects, panel and presentation sessions will continue.

The day’s topics include the four pipeline craft unions and tribal nations; training qualifications, benchmarks and risk management; perspectives from the next generations of pipeline professionals; and a student let pipeline innovations workshop.

For more information visit the plc website.

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