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Joint Nace-ASM Edmonton Meeting on Two Case Histories of Change Management

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University of Alberta Faculty Club

11435 Saskatchewan Drive Northwest

Edmonton, AB T6G 2G9

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Registration: 6:00 PM

Dinner: 6:30 PM

Program: 7:30 PM

Abstract

Enbridge Pipelines operates the world’s longest, most sophisticated crude oil and liquids transportation system, with 17,018 miles (27,388 km) of active pipe. Seven decades and more than 750,000 km-years of pipeline design, construction, and operational experience have produced a high level of refinement in pipeline design.

Nonetheless, every new project brings new challenges. This presentation discusses two change management case histories; one executed well (and completed), and another which is still in progress:

1. Case Study #1: Know your speed limit: a project to increase maximum allowable flow velocity in station piping is discussed. A simple inquiry leads to a comprehensive study involving all stakeholders.

2. Case Study #2: Very light liquid hydrocarbons present an unexpected challenge: issues relating to corrosion, equipment maintenance, product quality and testing will be discussed through a composite case history in order to deliver important lessons to engineers of every experience level

Biography

Trevor Place is a senior engineering specialist in the Pipeline Integrity department at Enbridge Pipeline where he focuses his efforts on matters related to internal corrosion. Trevor is active in many industry organizations, including NACE, PRCI, and ASTM - where he contributes to development and dissemination of industry best practices aimed at improving the safety and reliability of pipeline systems. Trevor also contributes in various capacities to several joint industry projects related to pipeline integrity research and development.

Trevor has authored more than 20 papers and presentations relating to various aspects of corrosion; including cathodic protection, under-deposit corrosion, microbiologically influenced corrosion and internal corrosion threat assessment in pipelines.

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