In this webinar, a panel of G2-IS experts will review the new gas gathering rules promulgated by PHMSA, their impact to operators, and steps to take to ensure compliance with the new regulations.
In this webinar, G2-IS Regulatory experts discuss the “Self-executing” provisions of the PIPES Act, the need to address intentional venting during normal operations, leaks and leak classifications for repairs, steps that will be taken to reduce the amount of natural gas being released, and documentation demonstrating the effectiveness of the process or procedures.
In this webinar, G2-IS Technology, GIS, and Regulatory experts discuss the requirements of this deadline and provide insights on the practical approach G2-IS recommends to implement in order to comply with such requirements, with an emphasis on improvements of data preparation and engineering assessment of HCAs and MCAs.
This webinar covers both Physical and Cybersecurity for control rooms, how to build a security plan and implementation recommendations for enhanced protection.
Since the new gas rule changes went into effect on July 1, 2020, with higher requirements for MAOP and material properties to be traceable, verifiable and complete, “TVC” has gained even more importance as a process for the safe and compliant operation of pipelines, beyond calculation or confirmation of MAOP/MOP.
In this webinar, G2-IS will share their recommended practice to TVC’ing records, including the application of single vs. multiple record approach.
Despite being overshadowed by other pipeline assessment methods, an External Corrosion Direct Assessment (ECDA) can be an effective means to assess a pipeline, particularly those which are unable to be pigged.
In this webinar, we discuss the steps to an ECDA, critical items, Do’s and Don’ts, and effective strategies for properly conducting an ECDA for maximum effectiveness and usability.
With the onset of the new Gas mega rule, some operators are left wondering if they are required to perform a reconfirmation of their Maximum Operating Pressure.
In this webinar, G2-IS experts break down the new MAOP reconfirmation rule, associated impacts, key points, and solutions for potential pitfalls.
For many small oil and gas pipeline operators, as well as manufacturers (refinery and chemical) and distribution/transportation providers with one or more pipelines to support their primary business, it is often not operationally feasible or cost effective to manage these assets given the broad range of expertise required – including operations, regulatory, asset integrity, and geospatial. To meet these immediate and long-term needs, G2-IS has developed a robust and comprehensive pipeline management solution.
This webinar describes the types of activities that need to be considered to ensure a pipeline is operated effectively, efficiently, and in compliance without compromising the pipelines integrity and therefore ultimately its continued safe and profitable operation.
The updated hazardous liquid rules, released in October 2019, add requirements and expands the scope of 49 CFR Part 195 with the intention to improve the safety and integrity of the US hazardous liquid pipeline infrastructure. The rules come into effect on July 1, 2020.
Join us for a webinar in which Wally McGaughey will discuss the impact of the updated Liquid Rule on Liquid Pipeline Operators, including revised reporting requirements, changes to integrity management assessment requirements, and other significant changes.
To ensure safety and reliability, the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) included section 192.493, In-Line Inspection (ILI) of pipelines, in the Federal Pipeline Safety Regulations and it will be effective on July 1, 2020. This means that when conducting in-line inspection of gas pipelines, each operator must comply with the requirements and recommendations of three documents incorporated by reference in §192.7. One of these documents is API Std 1163.
In this webinar, G2-IS Asset Integrity expert, Bernardo Cuervo discusses the application of API 1163, the challenges operators may face and an easy-to-implement methodology to verify the proper execution of an ILI survey, from the selection of the ILI to the actual validation of the results.
Understanding the transport and fate of hazardous liquids release plumes in a terrestrial setting is a daunting task. Realistic simulation of such release plumes is mathematically complex and computationally intensive and often yield inaccurate or unscalable results.
In this webinar, G2-IS’s GIS Technical Authority, Tracy Thorleifson, presents an overview and demo of the new Liquids HCA Tool, showcasing how it applies hydrocarbon specific spill models and quickly produces results that are reliable, reproducible and defendable.
In this webinar, G2-IS Director of Regulatory Compliance, Wally McGaughey will follow up by answering questions from our prior webinar on the Final Gas Rule which goes into effect July 1, 2020 and Underground Natural Gas Storage Rules that went into effect March 13, 2020.
Have you found yourself in the position to find out that pigging data was inconsistent with dig readings? What if you had the chance to make sure your dig efforts were as accurate as possible, making the best use of the ILI data?
In this webinar, G2-IS Asset Integrity expert, Bernardo Cuervo, discusses the learnings from five pipeline incidents that demonstrated how a closer look at the pigging data can enhance the value of the ILI information, improve accurate and save unnecessary digs, hence improving pipeline safety and integrity.
The first part of the updated Gas Rule, finally released in October 2019, adds requirements and expands the scope of 49 CFR Part 192 with the intention to improve the safety and integrity of the US pipeline infrastructure. The Gas Rule comes into effect on July 1, 2020.
In this webinar, a G2-IS regulatory compliance expert discusses the impact of the updated Gas Rule on the Natural and Other Gas Pipeline operations, including MAOP reverification, ILI requirements, include seismicity as a potential threat, new definitions, HCA/MCA assessment and records management.
The updated Gas Rule expands the Integrity Management requirements for Gas Operators to add the identification of Moderate Consequence Areas (MCA’s) to their pipeline integrity management workflow. G2 Integrated Solutions has updated its proven Gas HCA Tool to address these requirements, at the same time updating the tool to support the modern Esri platform.
In this webinar, G2-IS GIS technical authority and software manager presents an overview and demo of the new tool, showcasing how it folds MCA identification into the HCA analysis process and quickly produces results that are reliable, reproducible and defendable.
In Delaware County, Pennsylvania (Delco), two pipeline projects prompted county residents to desire a better understanding of the risks associated with the pipeline operations. In response, the Delaware County government commissioned an assessment to evaluate and communicate the risk of these two projects to their community.
This webinar describes the scope, method, and results of the completed quantitative risk assessment, as well as the lessons learned through the public release and discussions held between the residents of Delaware County, the Delaware County Council, and the G2 Integrated Solutions consultants who completed the project.
Where are your as-builts? Are they accurate & updated? How about your tank/facility inspections: complete & verifiable in terms of structural integrity & corrosion?
Traditional as-builting/inspection methods are slow and often limited when it comes to quality and visibility. Today’s digital measurement techniques like 3D laser scanning (aka LiDAR) are increasingly being used by energy companies and utilities.
In this webinar, G2-IS field experts discuss 3D Laser scanning and the benefits it provides to operators, including time and cost savings, improved accuracy, increased safety and permanent digital recordkeeping.
Within the next several months, PHMSA plans to codify their long-anticipated revision to the pipeline safety regulations for gas transmission and gas gathering pipeline systems (Gas Mega Rule). These proposed changes would introduce new reporting requirements; increase requirements for collecting, validating, and integrating pipeline data; introduce complex new integrity management requirements including defining Moderate Consequence Areas; and significantly expand the number of miles of regulated gas gathering lines.
In preparation for the upcoming rule, pipeline operators need to understand the scope of the changes, how those changes will impact their assets and operations and the actions they must take to ensure compliance while optimizing their maintenance budgets.
In this webinar, a panel of G2-IS experts bring their experience, not only in regulatory compliance, but in pipeline maintenance and operations, to discuss key aspects of the upcoming Gas Mega Rule and offer their views on practical ways for operators to identify and prepare for the implementation of new requirements applicable to their system.
What is risk analysis and why does it matter? In this webinar, Tracy Thorleifson, Technical Authority at G2-IS, detailed how to use Insights for ArcGIS and pipeline risk assessment results to explore clearer insights and drive more informed decisions.
Discover the limitations of traditional data review methods and see first-hand how Insights for ArcGIS can help you and your organizations unlock the value of your enterprise software platforms without the need of third-party applications.
Although tragic and unfortunate, Piper Alpha, Deepwater Horizon, and the Texas City explosion are well-known incidents that everyone in the industry should learn from and adopt best practices to protect our communities and environment.
In this webinar, G2-IS Vice President – West Division, Morris Burch gave an in depth look at monumental accidents and outlines the lessons to be learned from them. He provided practical and useful advice on how to avoid five common pitfalls with implementation of a safety management system such as API RP 1173.
In this webinar, Julienne Franco addressed major DOT regulations 49 CFR 192.5 Class Location determinations, 49 CFR 192.903 and 192.905 High Consequence Area identification, all while giving directions to minimize impact on staff and support reliable, consistent and accurate record.
PHMSA has identified that current regulation does not provide sufficiently rigorous control management practices and that pipeline safety safeguarding was at risk due to unauthorized access to control rooms.
This webinar explores the pending new Federal Regulations and how it impacts gas control for pipeline facilities. To prepare personnel to meet new compliances, Wallace McGaughey rigorously studied the new regulations that cover the areas affected by the new regulations.