June 19 2018 * Repurposing Discontinued and Abandoned Pipelines as Conduit for Pipeline Installation

June 19 2018 * Repurposing Discontinued and Abandoned Pipelines as Conduit for Pipeline Installation

Production, Facilities and Construction Special Interest Group
←  SPE - Calgary Section

Production, Facilities and Construction SIG:
Repurposing Discontinued and Abandoned Pipelines as Conduit for Pipeline Installation

Date: June 19, 2018
Location:
Calgary Petroleum Club (329 5 Ave SW)
Time: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Featuring: Glynn Pearson, MBA, SECURE Energy Services
Cost: $45 SPE Members, $55 Non-members, $15 Students


Abstract:

Free standing liner installation in a pre-existing pipeline is a common remediation technique for failed and failing pipelines. New pipeline materials, typically spoolable non-metallics, are pulled through the old line leaving a new pipeline in place at a far lower cost than traditional pipeline installation. A new emerging trend in SECUREs customer base is the purchase of discontinued and abandoned pipelines purely for use as conduit. In this presentation, SECURE will cover the following:

  • Freestanding Liner Process
  • Project Planning Basics
    • Overview of Product Selection
      • Composite Pipeline Materials
      • Small Diameter HDPE
      • Non-Spoolable Products (Large Diameter HDPE, and Fiberglass)
    • Clearances, Bends, Pull Lengths and Locating Bellholes
  • Common Failure Modes and Mitigation
  • SECURE Capabilities and ISO Certification



Speaker Bio:

Glynn Pearson is an experienced Oil and Gas business development professional, currently working as a Representative for SECURE Energy Services Pipeline division. Prior to SECURE, Glynn was at an independent composite pipeline and freestanding liner installation company following a successful stint at Flexpipe Systems (Shawcor), selling their products and working on larger scale business development.

Glynn holds an MBA from Royal Roads University and wrote his Organizational Consulting Project (thesis) on the business issues surrounding Enhanced Oil Recovery using CO2 in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin.


The SPE would like to thank our sponsor for this luncheon

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June 19, 2018
From 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Calgary Petroleum Club
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