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Alberta Directive 56: Secure Licensing Approvals for Pipelines & Facilities provides a high-level overview of the technical requirements when applying to build or operate pipelines and facilities. Taught by three regulatory experts, this course is essential for oil and gas operators navigating regulatory hurdles and seeking to streamline the application process. The live course is scheduled for Tuesday, September 24, 2024 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. MT. via ZOOM. EXCLUSIVE OFFER: Sign up today to receive one hour of free consulting with one of the three instructors before or after the live event.  Learning Objectives Understand key regulatory requirements that impact licensing of pipelines and facilities Understand the best practices to navigate and secure approvals from the Alberta Energy Regulator Gain valuable insight into the interconnected nature of the AER’s multiple regulatory instruments and learn from case studies Meet your instructors - Mark Taylor, Alanda Allum and Rob Cruickshank Our ESG Learning instructors and course developers have a wealth of experience delivering ESG solutions to the global energy industry. This course was developed by regulatory experts Mark Taylor, Alanda Allum and Rob Cruickshank. As former senior leaders at the Alberta Energy Regulator, the teaching team has over 35 years of regulatory expertise and experience within the energy industry. This team will assist stakeholders avoid common mistakes and misconceptions about the regulatory process in order to maximize the efficiency of application approvals. Curriculum 1. What’s new with Directive 56 and why 2. Changes to the License section including: Changes to license terms and extension requests Removal of the “how to” section License information updates – when and how to submit them Explanation of submitting spatial data Clarification of Participant Involvement requirements Changes to technical information requirements 3. Overall Manual 12 flow changes Pros Cons 4. Factors to be considered before filing an energy development license application 5. What is Participant Involvement? 6. Ins and outs of the audit process 7. Other considerations, including Oil and Gas Conservation Act  8. What’s next?  Additional Information All course materials will be available (for viewing only) to those who register after the date of the live event Prices are in US dollars Still have questions? Connect with us at esglearning@evaluateenergy.com. Read more

Learners will explore the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and learn how to apply them effectively in practice to drive sustainable development. Through practical examples, videos and case studies, learners will gain a comprehensive understanding of the SDGs and acquire the necessary skills to align their organizations' strategies, projects, and initiatives with these global targets. Learning Objectives Understand the background, interconnectedness and global significance of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) Familiarize yourself with the SDG framework including the structure, components, and specific targets and indicators within the SDGs Integrate SDGs into organizational strategy, mission, and vision, and identify opportunities for aligning organizational goals with the SDGs Analyze case studies and practical examples of organizations effectively implementing SDGs to apply learnings to your own contexts Gain a deeper understanding of how the energy sector is intricately linked to the achievement of various SDGs Course Developers The Evaluate Energy ESG Learning team consists of researchers, oil and gas writers, and e-learning design specialists along with the collective data intelligence and analytics capabilities of geoLOGIC systems. Courses are developed alongside engagement with producers, midstream companies, oilfield services, investors, regulators, and ESG reporting agencies. Curriculum Introduction to UN SDGs Navigating the SDG Framework​ Applying SDGs in Organizational Strategy SDGs in the Energy Sector​ Measuring and Monitoring Progress Engaging Stakeholders and Partnerships Additional Information Prices are in US dollars Still have questions? Connect with us at esglearning@evaluateenergy.com. Read more

Our comprehensive Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) course merges strategic, technical, economic, and regulatory perspectives, providing a well-rounded view of the technology.  We unravel the complex policy and regulatory frameworks surrounding CCUS and discuss the necessary policy and regulatory measures to support CCUS advancement. You will learn the economics of CCUS projects, including cost factors and financial barriers. Learning Objectives Explain the strategic importance of CCUS in global decarbonization efforts Identify and describe various technologies within the CCUS value chain Assess the commercial readiness of different CCUS technologies Understand the global status of CCUS deployment and its real-world applications Identify key challenges in the development and implementation of CCUS Course Developers       The Evaluate Energy ESG Learning team consists of researchers, oil and gas writers, and e-learning design specialists along with the collective data intelligence and analytics capabilities of geoLOGIC systems. Courses are developed alongside engagement with producers, midstream companies, oilfield services, investors, regulators, and ESG reporting agencies. Curriculum 1. CCUS Fundamentals and global impact 2. Exploring the CCUS technology spectrum 3. Economic viability and opportunities in CCUS 4. CCUS policy and regulatory framework 5. Key takeaways from CCUS insights Additional Information Prices are in US dollars Still have questions? Connect with us at esglearning@evaluateenergy.com. Read more

Sustainability leaders in energy need to be able to understand, mitigate, and communicate about their companies’ water risks, impacts, and opportunities. A water strategy prepares businesses to respond, adapt, and lead as risks and opportunities emerge around this essential resource. Corporate Water Strategy presents practical approaches to manage regulatory changes and challenging scenarios, such as water shortages, floods, and sharp changes in water quality. This course is ideal for energy company leaders seeking to understand and develop a comprehensive corporate water strategy. Learning Objectives Develop an understanding of the criticality of water as a resource Recognize the evolving pressures on water utilization both for current uses and emerging (e.g., green & blue hydrogen production) Understand methods of evaluating water risks and opportunities Examine approaches to developing a water strategy for your company Explore context-based metrics and tools useful for tracking performance on water stewardship Course Developers - Kim Sturgess, CEO ​&​ founder, WaterSMART, Edwin Piñero, special advisor, WaterSMART Our ESG Learning instructors and course developers have a wealth of experience delivering ESG solutions to the global energy industry. Kim Sturgess is CEO ​& founder of WaterSMART, and is also the executive director of the non-profit Alberta WaterPortal Society. Kim has extensive experience in technology start-ups and management, as well as in oil and gas, pipelines, and industrial products and services. She has served on the boards of CCI Thermal Technologies, the Alberta Chamber of Resources, the Alberta Land Institute, the Alberta Water Council, the Council of Canadian Academies, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, the National Research Council, APEGA, the Alberta Economic Development Authority, and Queen’s University.  Edwin Piñero is president of EcoMetrics LLC, and special advisor at WaterSMART. Edwin advises clients on water-related issues such as strategy, best practices, reporting, metrics, and making the business case for water stewardship. He has been engaged in many water-related initiatives, including the UN CEO Water Mandate and Alliance for Water Stewardship. He also served as director of Water Programs with the United States Business Council for Sustainable Development, as senior vice-president for Sustainability for Veolia North America and as a White House Federal Environmental executive. Curriculum Module 1: Core Concepts of Water as a Resource Water is different than other resources Water is climate, climate is water Water is not traded like other commodities Scale is critical: think globally, act locally Future demand for water will outstrip our current capacity to provide it The NEXUS – interdependency of water, food, and energy Module 2: Why energy companies need a water strategy Mounting and complex pressures on water Water stress creates business risk Water is linked to competitiveness New energy and water impacts Regulations and financing in water Evolving technologies and practices Module 3: Developing a water strategy How a corporate water strategy helps your organization How a corporate water strategy fits in Corporate water strategy development What it means to have a corporate water strategy Module 4: Tools to support a water strategy Context-based water targets and metrics Alliance for Water Stewardship international framework Example tool – EcoMetrics Additional Information Prices are in US dollars Still have questions? Connect with us at esglearning@evaluateenergy.com. Read more

Discover and manage the complexities of carbon emissions in the oil and gas sector. In this course, you will gain a deep understanding of Scope 1, 2, and 3 greenhouse gas emissions and their sources. Learners gain invaluable insights into measuring, reporting, and strategically reducing carbon footprints across their company's value chain. Learning Objectives Identify and categorize Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions in oil and gas operations Formulate effective reduction strategies for Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions Apply data-driven insights to make informed decisions for sustainable oil and gas operations practices Course Developers The Evaluate Energy ESG Learning team consists of researchers, oil and gas writers, and e-learning design specialists along with the collective data intelligence and analytics capabilities of geoLOGIC systems. Courses are developed alongside engagement with producers, midstream companies, oilfield services, investors, regulators, and ESG reporting agencies. Curriculum Introduction to Carbon Footprints in the Oil and Gas Sector Greenhouse Gases​ Intro to Scope Emissions Scope 1 Emissions in Oil and Gas Scope 2 Emissions in Oil and Gas Scope 3 Emissions in the Oil and Gas Supply Chain Scope Emissions Reporting in Oil and Gas Additional Information Prices are in US dollars Still have questions? Connect with us at esglearning@evaluateenergy.com. Read more

Oil and gas companies must develop fugitive emissions programs to meet environmental targets and to avoid regulatory violations and fines. We provide information about devices, methods, and methodology to locate, track, and reduce methane/GHG fugitive emission leaks. This course is ideal for energy sector employees involved in developing and/or managing a company-wide Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) Program. Learning Objectives Explain what fugitive emissions are and why it is important fix and mitigate them Identify methods of locating and detecting fugitive emissions Understand the selection process for devices to detect and measure fugitive emissions Examine steps to set up a successful leak detection and repair (LDAR) team Describe common procedures and tools to track, fix and mitigate fugitive emissions, including using optical gas imaging, drill and tap, and Method 21 Course developer - Gobind Khiani, GAPV Inc. Our ESG Learning instructors and course developers have a wealth of experience delivering ESG solutions to the global energy industry. Gobind Khiani is president of GAPV Inc. and brings a wide range of technical expertise from 30 years’ experience with engineering projects around the world. Gobind is chairman of the End-User Committee (ERC) at the American Petroleum Institute and vice-chairman of the Standards Council of Canada. Gobind also participates in research and development initiatives for Emissions Management and Reduction Programs, the Government of Alberta, Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC), and Canada's Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA). Curriculum Module 1: Detecting Fugitive Emissions What are fugitive emissions and why are they a concern? Location and detection of fugitive emissions Sources of fugitive emissions in equipment Leak detection and repair (LDAR) Applicable industry codes Selecting the appropriate detection device Vacuum bagging train / mobile device / handheld unit / continuous laser monitoring / drones / aircrafts / satellites Module 2: Reducing Fugitive Emissions Managing a successful LDAR program Team roles Communication and tracking tools Managing delay of repair (DOR) Fixing and mitigating fugitive emissions Overview of leak repair options Exploring Drill and Tap method Applicable procedures and codes Method 21 Useful resources Additional Information Prices are in US dollars Still have questions? Connect with us at esglearning@evaluateenergy.com. Read more

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