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WEBINAR - ASME Early Career Forum

ASME District D

Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 7:30 AM to 6:30 PM (PDT)

WEBINAR - ASME Early Career Forum

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ASME Early Career Forum

 & Webinar

Advancing Your Engineering Career!

ASME Sponsors: Old Guard, District D, Northern Alberta Section and Petroleum Division 

April 26, 2014,Saturday

Featured Morning Events
  • Creating a Distinguished Career
  • Dealing with Human Resources Engineer to Leader
  • ASME Your Career Partner

Time (MDT)

UTC/GMT -6 hours

Topic

7:30 am – 8:00 am

Pre-Webinar Slide Show

8:00 am – 8:10 am

 

Introduction & WelcomeJudith Bamberger PhD PE, District D Leader

8:20 am – 9:50 am

 

Panel Discussion

Creating a Distinguished Career

Petroleum Industry Career Focus

Upstream – Midstream – Downstream

Upstream – exploration, production: Brian Wagg (CFER)

Midstream – pipeline transport: Juan Perez (Enbridge)

Downstream – Refining: Speaker TBD (IPTI)

Doug Small, AMEC – Moderator

 

9:50 am – 10:10 am

 Break

10:10 am – 11:25 am

 

Dealing with Human Resources: Engineer to Leader

HR’s Role - Job Hunting & Searching Skills - Interviewing - Salary & Benefits Negotiation - The Job - Performance Expectations for Early Career Engineers

Steven T Cerri – STCerri International – Engineer to Leader

11:25 am – 11:35 am

Break

11:35 am – 12:00 am

 

ASME: Your Career Partner

Leveraging Engineering Society Resources To Advance Your Career

Finding your Technical Home – Judith Bamberger PhD PE,

ASME District D Leader, ASME Fluids Engineering Division

Focus on the Petroleum Division – Joe Paviglianiti – ASME IPTI (International Petroleum Technology Institute) Chair Technical Leader at National Energy Board

12:00 – 12:50 pm

Networking LunchWebinar Offline


 

 





 

April 26, 2014

Featured Afternoon Events

  • Deliberately Choosing your Employer
  • Safety and Ethics in the Workplace
  • Careers in Oil & Gas Under Sea

Time (MDT) UTC/GMT -6 hours

Topic

12:50 pm – 1:00 pm

Break

1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Panel Discussion

Deliberately Choosing your Employer

Small Firm versus Large Corporation

Consulting versus Owner/Operator

Nonconventional Career Paths

Joe Paviglianiti – National Energy Board – Large Corporation

Speaker Being Identified – Consulting

Jennifer Bell, Chair Petroleum Division – Nonconventional Career Paths

YPAC Young Pipeliners Association of Canada

Doug Small, AMEC – Moderator

2:30 pm – 2:50 pm

Break

2:50 pm – 4:00 pm

 

Safety and Ethics in the Workplace

Resolving Ethical and Safety Contradictions

Scott Burr, Innovation Scientific – Fellow of ASME

Principal Innovator and Co-author of “Safety Under Construction”

4:00 pm – 4:10 pm

Break

4:10 pm – 5:10 pm

Careers in Oil & Gas Under the Sea

Introduction to Subsea Tiebacks

Don Wells – Hess Corporation

5:10 pm – 5:25 pm

Closing RemarksJudith Bamberger PhD PE, District D Leader

Introduction to Webinar SeriesJennifer Bell, Petroleum Division

 



      

Introducing Conference Presenters

Judith Ann Bamberger PhD PE

  • Senior Research Engineer, Fluid Mechanics, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Richland, Washington – specializing in multiphase flow experimental characterization and instrumentation
  • ASME North American Pacific District Leader 2012-2015
  • ASME Dedicated Service Award 2005
  • US Department of Energy Honor Award 2011
  • ASME Financial Operations Committee of Global Communities
  • Vice Chair Fluids and Application Systems Committee of Fluids Engineering Division
  • Past Chair Fluid Measurements & Instrumentation Committee of Fluids Engineering Division

 

Jennifer Bell

  • Elements Offshore, CEO and founder
  • Intervention Engineer, Chevron Drilling & Completions Group
  • ASME Herbert Allen Award 2011 – Outstanding Technical Achievement
  • Petroleum Division Executive Committee Chair
  • ASME Henry R. Worthington Medal Award Committee Chair
  • ASME IPTI Board Member

 

Scott Burr

  • Principal, Innovation Scientific, LLC
  • ASME Fellow 2011
  • ASME Dedicated Service Award 2009
  • ASME Leadership Training Conference Presenter
  • ASME District PD Chair
  • Principal Innovator and Co-Author of “Safety Under Construction”

 

Steven T Cerri

  • STCerri International – Engineer to Leader
  • ASME District D Operating Board Member
  • ASME District D Lead Trainer: Communication, Management, & Leadership Development
  • Popular Speaker in ASME Speaker’s Bureau

 

Joe Paviglianiti

  • ASME IPTI (International Petroleum Technology Institute) Chair
  • Technical Leader at the Canadian National Energy Board
  • Current chairman of the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Z662 Technical Subcommittee on Construction

 

Juan Perez

  • Senior Manager of Special Projects – Overpressurization and Transients Program, Enbridge Liquids Pipelines
  • Petroleum Engineer with 20 years of experience in exploration, drilling, and pipeline engineering and operations
  • Juan’s studies in Project Management, Internal Control and Compliance Techniques, and Finance have afforded him a long and successful career, including holding eight increasingly complex positions at the main pipeline system in Colombia, OCENSA, which was eventually sold by Enbridge
  • Graduate of America University in Columbia

 

Doug Small P.Eng.

  • AMEC, Americas Ltd.
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Vice Chair ASME Northern Alberta Section
  • Mechanical design and project engineer with over 17 years of technical experience in pressure equipment design and manufacturing
  • BS ME University of Alberta

 

Brian Wagg

  • Director, Business Development and Planning, C-FER Technologies
  • He has worked at C-FER for 23 years in various engineering and management roles, recently focusing on the pipeline industry.
  • He is working closely with industry, researcher and government agencies to build a new organization called the Canadian Pipeline Technology Collaborative, or CPTC, to co-ordinate pipeline research across Canada.

 

Don Wells

  • Sr Subsea Engineering Advisor at Hess Corporation
  • Principal Subsea Engineer ConocoPhillips 1981 – 2009
  • Texas A&M University BSME, Mechanical Engineering 1974 – 1979
  • Don Wells is a Sr. Subsea Engineering Advisor in Hess Corporation's Developments organization supporting their Project and Technology Development needs.
  • Prior to joining Hess 4 years ago he worked for Conoco / ConocoPhillips for 27 years where he held Engineering & Management positions on numerous subsea development projects around the world.
  • His industry activities include membership in API committee 17, Chairmanship of the Subsea Tieback Foundation, and Chairman of the Petroleum Division of ASME's International Petroleum Technology Institute.
Have questions about WEBINAR - ASME Early Career Forum? Contact ASME District D

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ASME District D

ASME District D serves a large geographic region of the ASME covering the Pacific West Coast of the North America.

Contact Registrar: Lee Han or Judith Bamberger

DistrictD.asme@gmail.com; judith.bamberger@pnnl.gov

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