July 25, 2024

PHMSA Updates for Pipeline GIS Data


Virtual, Instructor Led

EVENT SUMMARY

PHMSA NPMS Minimum Data Requirements for 2024 & Beyond Spatially – 2024 will be “Year Zero” or the baseline foundational year for the new submittal requirements with additional minimum requirements for several years to come. We will give you tips on how to improve your company’s NPMS submission utilizing GIS.

We will cover PHMSA’s Federal Register Notice for Information Collection Change and the new attributes that will need to be captured as well as the radical increase in segmentation and how we get the industry ready for this.  Spatial data will be key to the new submittal process.  Operators will need to track changes and change logs now rather than submitting no changes year over year.

 

Attendees will receive 1.5 Professional Development Hours (PDH) upon completion.

 

Course Objectives

  • High-level overview of the NPMS submittal process
  • Importance of errors in annual NPMS submittals and knowing what has changed from the year before.
  • NPMS Top 8: How can I improve my company’s NPMS submission? Differences in the change detection tool
  • Federal Register Notice for Information Collection Change and the new attributes that will need to be captured as well as the radical increase in segmentation and how we get the industry ready for this.
  • In addition, they will ask and answer how to organize the industry standard to be ready for new regulations or new assets being regulated such as the gas gathering lines.

 

Who Should Attend

GIS Professionals, Data Analysts and Integrity Managers and Compliance Professionals focusing in DIMP and TIMP

 

 

Meet Your Instructors

Monique Roberts

Executive Director, PODS Association


Executive Director of the PODS Association, Monique brings almost 20 years of expertise in energy operations, integrity management, regulatory compliance, and pipeline maintenance. Her career is dedicated to pipeline safety through asset knowledge and technology, focusing on integrity, compliance, data management, and GIS. Under her leadership, PODS membership has doubled since January 2022, with 200+ pipeline operators and service companies across 38 countries, with data governance for over 3 million miles of pipeline and energy systems.

Monique advocates for pipeline infrastructure as a foundation for a clean energy future and has been a leader in multiple non-profit and trade organizations. She holds a Bachelor’s in Public Relations and an MBA from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Monique resides in Houston, TX, with her husband Michael and their dog Lucky.

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Allisyn Hudson, PHD

Director of GIS, Magnolia River


Allisyn Hudson is the GIS Director at Magnolia River. She has over 18 years of experience in geospatial technologies, profit and loss center management, and cross functional team leadership. Ms. Hudson is passionate about pioneering and executing innovative GIS solutions to support efficiency and process optimization as well as compliance, data integrity, and asset management.  She is forward thinking, innovative, and results-driven with a focus on client needs and crafting tailored solutions that exceed ROI expectations. She has successfully led high-performance teams across the government, academic, and private sectors, including the natural gas, telecom, and water utility industries for over two decades. Prior to Magnolia River, Ms. Hudson worked in the environmental field for the Department of Interior in Washington DC. Allisyn holds a master’s and PhD from Virginia Tech and currently resides in Huntsville, AL.

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When

From 07-25-2024 1:00 pm CST until 07-25-2024 2:30 pm CST


Where

Virtual


Registration Information
All-Access Pass FREE
Member $295
Non-Member $495

3% fee applied if paying by a credit card

Who can attend?

SGA Cancellation Policy "C"

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