Celebrating 25 Years: The Dynamism and Resiliency of the Pipeline Integrity Industry

2021 marks Dynamic Risk’s 25th year of providing innovative risk and integrity management solutions to the energy sector.  We are extremely proud to be part of this industry, to have supported our clients with the many challenges of the past, the valued relationships we have today, and continuing to work together in transforming the future, achieving outcomes previously thought unattainable.

Join us on Thursday, November 4th, 2021, for a full day of insightful presentations showcasing how far our industry has advanced and learn about the innovative solutions and best practices being used by your peers in their digital journey toward safe, efficient, and sustainable pipeline operations.

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Moving towards a data-driven future

The rise in expectations placed on the energy sector from stakeholders and the public, requires operators to demonstrate robust programs specific to Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) considerations based on sound and trusted data. The path toward a lower emissions future is expected and is attainable through effective data management, combined with an innovative and digital mindset.

To optimize the flow and use of data and operate at the speed of business well into the future, this will be best achieved with a data-driven workforce. An information lifecycle management strategy needs to be at the core of onboarding digital systems to guide data governance, and support data literacy throughout our organizations.  The importance of this has never been more critical involving the decisions made for pipeline system safety and risk mitigation.

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Keynote Presenter: Jackie Forrest

We are pleased to announce Jackie Forrest as our Keynote Presenter at our Partners’ Conference 2021! Jackie will kick-off the day’s event with a thought-provoking overview of the North American energy sector and will explore a variety of key factors that pipeline operators will need to be aware of and plan for as we move forward into 2022. Key focus areas include changes with supply and demand, reaching net zero as a priority for sustainability programs, and the use of technology as a key driving force to successfully operate in a data-driven environment.

Biography

Jackie actively monitors emerging strategic trends related to energy. She is an author and sought after public speaker with nearly 25 years of experience in the energy industry. She is the host of the ARC Energy Ideas podcast, a weekly show that explains the latest trends and news in Canadian energy and beyond. 

She represents ARC Financial on the board of Longshore Resources Ltd, a privately held exploration and production company.  Jackie is also on the Explorers and Producers Association of Canada (EPAC)’s Board of Governors.

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Prior to joining ARC, she was the leader of North American crude oil research for IHS CERA. Jackie has published 20 public papers on energy issues. She has co-hosted over 100 podcasts and written numerous columns, spanning all energy systems from oil and gas to clean energy, including electric vehicles, renewable power, carbon capture and biofuels.

Jackie was the recipient of the 2018 Schulich School of Engineering Environment and Sustainability Alumni Award, recognizing her contribution to a significant body of knowledge that has helped to increase the understanding of the connection between energy and environment. She is currently a member of the Schulich Industry AdvisoryCouncil (SIAC), the group provides input to the engineering school to help to ensure that programs and initiatives align with industry needs.

Jackie attended the University of Calgary where she received an undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering. She also has an MBA from Queens University.

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Conference Overview

Looking ahead into the next decade, operators must have 20/20 vision to effectively manage heightened industry expectations for environmental sustainability, increased social responsibility, need for improved corporate governance and the evolution of the energy industry.

Please join us on Thursday, November 5, 2020 to learn from your industry peers on how they are currently leveraging technology enabled solutions to effectively maintain their pipeline assets and mitigate risk and uncertainty.

Agenda

Keynote: Thriving in the Never Normal – From Digital Transformation to Always on Adaptability

The rise in expectations placed on the energy sector from stakeholders and the public, requires operators to demonstrate robust programs specific to Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) considerations based on sound and trusted data. The path toward a lower emissions future is expected and is attainable through effective data management, combined with an innovative and digital mindset.  

To optimize the flow and use of data and operate at the speed of business well into the future, this will be best achieved with a data-driven workforce. An information lifecycle management strategy needs to be at the core of onboarding digital systems to guide data governance, and support data literacy throughout our organizations.  The importance of this has never been more critical involving the decisions made for pipeline system safety and risk mitigation.  

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