March 5, 2024

Williams Case Study:
Fueling the Debate
Electrification of Compression White Paper Study

Virtual, Instructor-Led

Event Overview

Online forum where Williams representatives will talk about how a workgroup came together to examine key considerations for installing gas versus electric-driven compression, lessons learned, results of the study, and the purpose of utilizing the study to avoid exposing the energy value chain to further reliability risks with highly regionalized greenhouse gas reductions.

Who Should Attend

Project Developers, Project Managers, and Engineers in the natural gas pipeline industry


Meet Your Instructors


Tyler Tunic

Williams Environmental Services

Tyler manages the Air Compliance and Emissions Reduction (ACER) group in Williams’ Environmental Services group in Houston, TX. His team is tasked with the “E” of Williams’ ESG efforts and ensuring Williams hits its emissions reduction targets. He received his Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Penn State University in 2014 and has worked for Williams ever since. Before joining Williams’ Environmental team, Tyler held various roles in Pipeline Engineering, Pipeline Control, and Commercial. Tyler is the Past-Chair of Young Pipeline Professionals (YPP) USA, the previous Young Pipeliners International (YPI) Co-Chair, Past-Chair the Public Policy, and Communications Committee within the INGAA Foundation, and current sits on INGAA’s Environment Committee. Tyler is a certified professional engineer in the state of Texas and obtained his MBA from Louisiana State University Shreveport in 2020. The culmination of his industry advocacy work was recognized last year through his winning the Young Pipeline Professional Honor at the 2022 International Pipeline Conference (IPC) in Calgary.


Scott Schubring


­­­­­­­­­Scott Schubring is a mechanical engineer with over 22 years of experience in gas compression. He holds a degree in mechanical engineering from Texas A&M and currently works as a Staff Engineer at Williams where he supports gas pipeline and midstream assets. Scott also sits on the Gas Machinery Research Council Board of Directors, where he collaborates with industry experts to identify, scope, and execute research projects associated with compression equipment to drive a clean energy future. In his free time, Scott enjoys building and driving off-road rock crawling buggies, hiking, traveling, and spending time with his family outdoors.


From 03-05-2024 1:00 pm CST until 03-05-2024 1:45 pm CST



Registration Information
Member $25

3% fee applied if paying by a credit card

Who can attend?

SGA Cancellation Policy "C"

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