CO2 Pipelines: Facilities & Material Requirements
Held online and in person
Thursday, December 1
12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (MST)
Free to attend
With the expanding interest in CO2 pipelines, SIGIT will be covering the different types of facilities used to transport CO2. This class will dive into the material requirements for CO2 equipment based on our experience from previous projects. With a wealth of pipelines in Canada and the US, SIGIT will review regulations and environment that CO2 pipelines will need to meet.
*** In person session is limited to 20 seats. If you register for in person learning, please arrive at 11:30 AM for your safety orientation and to start lunch before the session begins.
IDEAL COURSE FOR:
- Engineering Disciplines
- Project Management
- Business Development
- Understand dense phase transportation
- Gain confidence in CO2 material selection
- Discuss operating conditions of pipelines
- Overview regulations governing pipelines
CARBON CAPTURE EXPERT & EDUCATOR
Dr. Wayne Monnery, Ph.D., B.Sc, M.Sc, P.Eng., is SIGIT's Director, Technology, and Dean of SIGIT Academy. He has over 30 years of industry experience, specializing in gas processing (pipeline hydraulics, separation, dehydration, treating, sulfur recovery and refrigeration processes) and also has experience with crude oil dehydration, stabilization and micro-refining topping plants. Dr. Monnery has experience with developing new technology and is recently involved in lithium, waste biomass and used motor oil pyrolysis and geothermal projects. He has written several papers published in both academic and industry journals, and has recognized expertise in thermodynamics and physical and transport properties of fluids.
Dr. Monnery is currently involved with a small power-based carbon capture project as well as helping clients determine the best options for utilities decisions. He has been involved with CO2 dehydration and CO2 flood gas treating as well as acid gas injection projects for several years.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
All course participants will receive a signed Course Completion Certificate that you may use towards your professional engineering accreditations – receiving 1.5 hours in total.
This course is designed especially for those in the oil and gas/energy industry, at an entry level. The content is most practical for those with a technical background; however, those in business development and/or management would benefit from the broad spectrum overview.
If you have dietary restrictions, please contact us prior to November 27 – amanda.paterson@SIGIT.com. We will be happy to accommodate most requests.
Both online and in person courses are recorded for internal purposes; recordings will not be circulated to registrants.