The Canadian Instituteâ€™s Well & Pipeline Abandonment, Suspension and Reclamation
Venue: The Fairmont Palliser Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Feb 09, 2010||End Date/Time: Feb 10, 2010|
Inactive wells and pipelines are not only a major financial liability to the province but can pose serious health risks and cause environmental damage.
Be a part of this exclusive gathering and hear from leading professionals on ways to properly and cost effectively manage your abandonment, suspension and reclamation initiatives. Learn about pertinent regulatory updates, government incentives, innovative gas migration tools, cost effective remediation methods and the latest procedures in facility abandonment and decommissioning.
Highlights from this event include:
Best practices in how to abandon historic wells and pipelines
An innovative fiber optic technology that helps find the source of surface casing vent flow and gas leaks
Why community buy-in is critical before abandoning and discontinuing your facility
How to avoid penalties associated with non-compliance
Regulatory developments impacting abandonment, suspension and remediation in Alberta, BC
The cost and environmental benefits of Phytoremediation
A case study on the abandonment of Dingman #2, a historic Canadian well
Important information about Alberta Environmentâ€™s professional sign off criteria
A case study assessing the latest technology in gas migration control