The International Pipeline Conference (IPC), organised by the ASME’s Pipeline Systems Division, is an internationally-renowned event organised on a not-for-profit basis.
To be held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, the Conference will focus on the theme “˜Pipelines in a Changing World’. It is expected that 1,200 members of the international pipeline industry will attend the event.
Keynote speakers include AndrÃ© Plourde, from the Department of Economics at the University of Alberta; BP Explorations (UK) Chief Engineer, Pipeline and Civil, Ian Neilson; Common Ground Alliance US President Bob Kipp; and, Enhance Energy President Susan Cole.
The 14-stream conference will also feature 350 technical papers from
40 different countries, as well as panels and tutorials. Held over five days, the wide-ranging technical tracks are designed to allow attendees to participate in discussions with industry experts and leaders in the topic areas of their choice.
Proceeds from the conference are used to support education initiatives for the pipeline industry.
The International Pipeline Exposition will be held on 28-30 September, at which companies from around the world will display the latest in pipeline technology, equipment and services.
Organised by DMG World Media, the 2010 event again promises an unmatched overview of the latest developments in the oil and gas pipeline industry as well as associated activities.
In conjunction with the conference program, the exhibition will provide a forum for pipeline professionals to catch up and view over 150 of the industry’s most recognised brands.