Amidst the frustration from people and businesses alike regarding Alberta’s pipeline future… ‘the show must go on’, as they say!
The 12th edition of IPC (International Pipeline Conference) takes place this week in Downtown Calgary, bringing in companies and leaders from Australia, Austria, Brazil, China, Finland, Germany, Norway, Switzerland, Canada and the United States and more!
This year focuses on a series of topics, from Safety, to maintenance, offshore and environmental measures will all highlight the week long series.
Rachel Notley released an official message Welcoming people to the conference
We know pipelines are the safest, most cost-effective way to move oil to market. And we know there is
a global appetite for oil that is developed responsibly. We have already seen interest in our products
from markets around the globe – what we need is the means to get it there.
From Last week – Ministers in Ottawa are optimistic the NEB review is the right way to go to get Trans Mountain built….. …
(THREAD 1/6) Today we are announcing an important part of our plan that will help us move #TMX forward in the right way. We are confident that this plan will allow us to meet the high standards that Canadians expect when it comes to protecting the environment.
— Amarjeet Sohi (@SohiAmarjeet) September 21, 2018
Official White Hat Ceremony in Calgary from the #IPC2018
Ian Anderson, President of
Andy Drake, VP
Peter Watson, CEO
Carl Weimer, Pipeline Safety Trust
I’ll be updating this post with IPC Conference content as the week goes on!
So stay tuned!