This course will go over various types of pipeline risk models common in the industry today as well as practical uses of each model. Finally, it will highlight recent developments in the pipeline risk industry to give the audience an idea of what direction the industry is headed.
Attendees will receive 1 Professional Development Hour (PDH) upon completion.
Provide attendees with an introductory course to Pipeline Risk Modelling so that they know the right questions to ask of their risk program owners in order to understand what type of risk model is being used when trying to understand their results and what type of feedback stakeholders might provide to the risk program in order to help keep it moving in the direction that best fits the needs of the stakeholders.
Who Should Attend
Individuals needing awareness level training for pipeline risk. This includes integrity engineers, ops/maintenance managers, area managers, and any other key stakeholder of the pipeline risk results.
Meet the Instructor
Mr. Woll graduated from The Ohio State University with a bachelor’s degree in chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. Mr. Woll then gained over a decade of experience working for various major oil and gas operators leading risk and PMM programs as well as being a risk and integrity engineer. Mr. Woll Joined DNV in 2020 and now heads DNV’s risk advisory team.