With rising oil and gas production taking place across North America, hydrocarbon transportation is proving more challenging than ever. The rise of MLP’s, more public involvement, and new production coming online from non-traditional regions have forced upstream and midstream players to work very closely in order to bring new production to market.
Through Bill C-69, legislation that recently passed, the federal government intends to replace the National Energy Board with the Canadian Energy Regulator and the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada. What does this mean for projects like the TransMountain pipeline? As it stands, the new law will foreground environmental assessment processes and stakeholder consultation, including First Nations Consultation, over economic feasibility. How will that affect your organization or your community?
This one-day pipeline fundamentals course will provide you with the fundamentals of how hydrocarbon transportation (i.e. the “midstream”) works, while delving into key issues — political, social, technological, and economic — affecting today’s midstream movements. This course was built in collaboration with a number of North American midstream operators and has become a signature Oak Leaf course.
Dates: TBD for autumn 2019 | Calgary & TBD | Alberta Innovates Technology Futures | George Eynon
Price: $995 + GST.
Early-bird Pricing (up to one month prior to course): $945 + GST
Course Level: Beginner/Introductory
Catering Included: Yes