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May 2020

INGAA Webinar – Undermatched Strength Pipeline Girth Welds

May 19 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am CDT

YPP members can sign up for webinars hosted by The INGAA Foundation! Check your email for a registration link. If you have any issues registering, please contact us at info@yppusa.org. WEBINAR SUMMARY- There have been more than 10 recent girth weld failures in the United States on newly constructed pipelines. Ken Lee and Bill Bruce from DNV GL in Ohio will present their findings of several rends and be available to discuss the concerns. ABOUT THE INGAA FOUNDATION- The INGAA…

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INGAA Webinar – Decarbonization – what difference could it make?

May 20 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am CDT

YPP members can sign up for webinars hosted by The INGAA Foundation! Check your email for a registration link. WEBINAR SUMMARY- IHS Markit has explored a “Fast Transition” scenario in which a policy-driven decarbonization occurs throughout the US economy. This webinar discusses the implications for natural gas demand in the major consuming sectors, and for the industry as a whole. Ed Kelly is a vice president and leader of the American Gas and Power consulting practice at IHS Markit in…

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The Historical, Recommended, and Standard Influences on PHMSA’s CRM Regulations

May 21 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CDT

WEBINAR SUMMARY- While Control Room Management (CRM) is regulated by PHMSA, its history is engrained in standards and recommended practices that have influenced today’s compliance with the code of federal regulations. Such publications have often been the result of incidents, and their impact has shaped the key aspects of CRM and its relationship with safe operations. This webinar provides an overview of the most influential standards and recommended practices regarding particular elements of CRM with attention to their implementation in…

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Fundamentals and Application of Drag Reducing Agents – Does DRA work by sticking on pipe walls?

May 28 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CDT

WEBINAR SUMMARY- DRA stands for drag reducing agent, which are additives in pipelines that reduce turbulence in the pipe. They are chemicals injected into liquid pipelines to enhance the flowing capacity. A common misconception about DRA is that it works by adhering to the walls of the pipeline. In this webinar, the following will be examined related to DRA: Origins How it works How it is used DRA calculations DRA performance Factors affecting performance Use in Design Some Typical Vendors…

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June 2020

iPipe Industry Collaboration

June 11 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CDT

WEBINAR SUMMARY- iPIPE is an industry collaboration designed to put new tools in the empty slots of pipeline operators’ toolbelts. The goal of iPIPE is to develop and demonstrate cutting-edge technology that can prevent and/or detect gathering pipeline leaks. This goal is supported by accomplishment of the following objectives: Select the most promising emerging (near-commercial) technologies for demonstration. Assist technology providers in refinement of their products. Demonstrate multiple technologies on working gathering pipelines. Document results of technology demonstrations. Facilitate adoption…

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