Webcasts

BISEP with Integrated Bypass – A New Approach for Temporary Double Block and Bleed Pipeline Isolation
17 September 2019

Sponsor: STATS Group

Pipeline operators are faced with challenges maintaining pipeline operation during required repair and maintenance activities. Traditionally operators have had to use multiple split tee fittings or temporary suspend pipeline operation to allow for these necessary activities to take place. STATS Group has successfully introduced a new approach to pipeline isolation that not only provides for the highest possible level of safety (via STATS’ patented BISEP® technology) but also an active bypass through the BISEPs themselves when installed in pairs, thereby allow for temporary flow around the area requiring repair/maintenance. The presenters will speak to the technical underpinnings of the technology, the key advantages of this new BISEP system and provide for a series of practical case studies on real world applications showing the BISEP with integrated bypass in action. It is expected that attendees will be able to incorporate learnings from this webinar into their upcoming pipeline repair/maintenance projects and provide valuable options that avoid temporarily shutting down the pipeline.

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Environmental Considerations for Gas Pipeline Construction in Sensitive Areas
11 September 2019

Presented By: Vepica

Ambioconsult, a subsidiary of Vepica, developed an environmental and social impact assessment for a subsea/land gas pipeline in Venezuela. This webcast will provide details on how the project lessened environmental impact and complied with regulations and stringent conditions, such as the presence of national parks and endangered species. The presenters will provide the steps they used to achieve social and environmental sustainability in a capital-intensive natural gas pipeline project.

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Permian Basin Midstream Update & Export Capacity Outlook
17 July 2019

In this webcast, the data experts at Energy Web Atlas and editors of Pipeline & Gas Journal bring order to the construction chaos with a comprehensive update on key Permian-Gulf Coast pipeline projects and their overall impact on export capacity and production growth in this dynamic region.

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2019 Global Pipeline Construction Outlook
29 January 2019

Oil prices skidded in the final weeks of a turbulent 2018, but the midstream sector roared into the new year on a wave of pipeline construction activity driven by the global shift toward natural gas, the rapid growth of shale production, and the infrastructure demands created by changing patterns of interregional trade.

Tapping the power of Energy Web Atlas global pipeline datasets, Pipeline & Gas Journal has quantified the impact these midstream trends are having on global pipeline construction activity.  Its latest survey indicates 145,353 miles of pipelines were planned or under construction worldwide at the start of the new year – a 73% increase over survey findings published in January 2017.

In this webcast, the editors of P&GJ will share region-by-region survey results and updates on major projects, with an emphasis on those scheduled for completion or final investment decisions in 2019.  They also will share their latest perspectives on the potential impact of oil prices on midstream activity in key growth areas such as the U.S. Permian Basin and Gulf Coast region.

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Increasing Role of LNG in Europe’s Energy Mix Webcast
14 November 2018

Join Energy Web Atlas' 30 minute webcast discussing how Europe's move away from power generated by nuclear fuel, heavy oil or coal is changing the energy supply balance. This webcast will feature data from HP Construction Boxscore on small-scale and large-scale LNG facilities in Europe. Our interactive demo will illustrate international LNG trade flows, ports that take these ships, and import terminals.

 

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Energy Web Atlas LNG Demo
23 August 2018

The Energy Web Atlas is your definitive source for project intelligence. 

With comprehensive datasets covering liquefied natural gas, pipelines, gas processing plants and renewable energy, the Energy Web Atlas gives users project intelligence, facility information and contact details for key personnel.

Attend the webcast to watch Peregrine Bush, Senior Cartographic Editor with Energy Web Atlas, demonstrate an in-depth view of the LNG layer of the Energy Web Atlas.

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Operators Race to Build Pipelines as Permian Nears Takeaway Capacity
10 July 2018

During the webcast, we will discuss how midstream companies are responding to growing Permian production and review the numerous pipeline projects under consideration or construction to transport crude oil, natural gas, NGLs and refined products to market.

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China’s Growing Gas Demand: Key Projects and Market Insights
23 May 2018

Attend this webcast to hear from Hydrocarbon Processing's Lee Nichols, Editor and Energy Web Atlas’ Peregrine Bush, Senior Cartographic Editor and Scott Allgood, Director of Data Services, as they discuss the state of natural gas and LNG in China and give an outlook via the Energy Web Atlas, a web-based GIS platform which allows users to track global industry developments.

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