The U.S. Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) and AMPP members play a critical role in protecting the public from potential catastrophic failures of liquid and gas pipelines. Join policymakers, regulators, and industry experts at the 2022 AMPP Annual Conference + Expo in San Antonio for a discussion on how PHMSA and other agencies address corrosion in pipeline safety.
Presented by Kevin Garrity of MEARS, Alan Mayberry of PHMSA, Amy Shank of Williams, and Vince Murchison of the Murchison Law Firm, the forum will provide both a regulator and industry perspective on best pipeline safety practices and the latest developments. This is your chance to hear an annual update from key PHMSA officials, discuss proposed rules that may be considered in 2022, and ask questions that matter most to you.
Attendees at Tuesday’s forum will also have the opportunity to hear from fellow members and stakeholders on the latest trends in pipeline safety.
The PHMSA Pipeline Safety Forum will be held on Tuesday, March 8 from 2 to 5 p.m. in the Mayor Cockrell Room 004 of the Henry B. González Convention Center.
Want to stay current on the latest coatings developments and technologies available? Check out Tuesday’s Protective Coatings Workshop in the AMPP Exhibit Hall.Read more
One key takeaway from AMPP's recently completed cost of corrosion study (IMPACT Study) in Canada is the importance of a shift in cultural mindset pertaining to the impact of corrosion.Read more
Many attendees began their week with some fun at Saturday night’s “Crew Brew” networking event. The lively evening took place over food and drinks at Pat O’Brien’s, located near the downtown San Antonio Riverwalk.Read more