... Executive Roundtable to Highlight Market Trends in the Pipeline Industry

Executive Roundtable to Highlight Market Trends: Pipeline Leadership Conference Preview

The 2021 Pipeline Leadership Conference will take place Nov. 17-18, in The Woodlands, Texas, at the Embassy Suites The Woodlands/Hughes Landing. The theme for this year’s conference is “Pipelines and Gas Distribution Systems in a Low-Carbon Future.” Attendees from more than 40 companies will be in attendance. Registration information is available at the conference website, plconference.com/registration.

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A highlight of the event is roundtable discussion on Nov. 17, “Executive Perspectives & Market Outlook: Is This the End or a New Beginning for the Pipeline and Gas Distribution Industry?” This presentation will look at the market impacts shaping the oil and gas pipeline and distribution industry, where these impacts will be focused, how LDC and pipeline operators will be impacted, and how contractors, engineers and service providers can deliver high value to the industry and their customers.

The session will be moderated by Mark Bridgers, principal, Continuum Capital and features panelists Dale Anderson, president of Miller Pipeline (an Artera company); Todd Denton, president of Phillips 66 Pipeline and this year’s Pipeline Leadership Award winner; Steve Knowles, CEO of EN Engineering; Charles McConnell, executive director – Carbon Management and Energy Sustainability, University of Houston; and Jess Stanley, vice president, Pipeline Operations, Shell Midstream Partners.

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Conference sponsors include Artera, Price Gregory, American Petroleum Institute, Leighton Services, Lincoln Electric, GeoEngineers, Asite, PLCA and LB Foster.

The conference is organized by Benjamin Media Inc. and North American Oil & Gas Pipelines in cooperation with Continuum Capital. Visit plconference.com for updates and additional information.


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