Our affiliations and partnerships around the world help us stay on the leading edge of pipeline risk management.
Dynamic Risk is part of Eddyfi/NDT, an innovative industrial technology group focused on advanced diagnostic technologies to monitor the world’s infrastructure health.
The company employs over 1,200 people throughout 25 offices worldwide and serves clients in more than 110 countries. www.eddyfi-ndt.com
These relationships help us provide you with the latest risk and integrity management solutions by leveraging the knowledge and expertise of leading technology providers and industry communities.
ATCO and Dynamic Risk: An Industry-First Partnership. We have partnered with ATCO to provide upstream and midstream oil and gas companies a unique end-to-end pipeline integrity management program that spans the entire life cycle of a pipeline. Through our partnership, we offer a customized, one-stop integrity management solution that provides our clients increased deliverability, improved reliability and optimized operating costs.
Microsoft provides us with the latest development technologies.
ESRI Technology employs the latest GIS techniques and tools to provide effective solutions and support to a broad range of user organizations throughout the world.
NACE – National Association of Corrosion Engineers
Dynamic Risk is an active member of the corrosion engineering and science community that is recognized around the world as the premier authority for corrosion control solutions.
CEPA – Canadian Energy Pipeline Association
Through leadership and collaboration, CEPA enables member companies like Dynamic Risk to advance their operations and develop safety and environmental innovations for the Canadian transmission pipeline industry. CEPA help a wide range of stakeholders explore multiple paths to continuously improve the way pipelines operate.
API – American Petroleum Institute
API is the only national trade association representing all facets of the natural gas and oil industry, which supports 10.3 million U.S. jobs and nearly 8 percent of the U.S. economy. Dynamic Risk is one of 600+ members which include large integrated companies, as well as exploration and production, refining, marketing, pipeline, and marine businesses, and service and supply firms.
CSA – Canadian Standards Association
The mission of CSA Group is to enhance the lives of Canadians through the advancement of standards in the public and private sectors. They are a leader in standards research, development, education, and advocacy. The technical and management standards developed with our 10,000 members, including Dynamic Risk, improve safety, health, the environment, and economic efficiency in Canada and beyond.
CAMSC – Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Council
Dynamic Risk is certified by the Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Council (CAMSC) that our business is 51% or more owned, managed and controlled by Aboriginal peoples and/or visible minorities, and provide the products/services outlined in their supplier profile. CAMSC is affiliated with the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC); as such, through the NMSDC-CAMSC reciprocity agreement , the CAMSC certification is nationally recognized in Canada, as well as accepted across the NMSDC network in the United States.
SGA – Southern Gas Association
Dynamic Risk is a member of this leading natural gas association that serves more than 150 distribution, transmission, and gas supply marketing companies serving millions of customers. SGA manages joint industry projects, conduct surveys on business critical issues, and facilitates peer-to-peer collaboration for the purpose of identifying and implementing best practices.
The INGAA Foundation, Inc. was formed in 1990 by the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) to advance the use of natural gas for the benefit of the environment and the consuming public. The Foundation works to facilitate the efficient construction and safe, reliable operation of the North American natural gas pipeline system. It also promotes natural gas infrastructure development worldwide.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
ASME is a not-for-profit membership organization that enables collaboration, knowledge sharing, career enrichment, and skills development across all engineering disciplines, toward a goal of helping the global engineering community develop solutions to benefit lives and livelihoods. Founded in 1880 by a small group of leading industrialists, ASME has grown through the decades to include more than 140,000 members in 151 countries.
Young Pipeline Professionals USA (YPP)
YPP’s objectives are to educate young professionals about the pipeline industry, create leadership opportunities for the next generation of pipeline professionals within YPP as well as in support of other industry organizations and to foster relationships and build a network for the betterment of the industry.
Young Pipeliners Association of Canada (YPAC)
The Young Pipeliners Association of Canada (YPAC) is an association of current and aspiring young professionals working in the pipeline industry in Canada. With an overwhelmingly large amount of knowledge and experience collectively held by a rapidly declining and aging work force, there is a real need and a responsibility for the leaders of today to pass on as much as they can to the future generation of pipeliners in the industry. YPAC provides the opportunity to bridge this knowledge gap for our members and to contribute to the future of our industry through the education of others.
PODS – Pipeline Open Data Standard
The PODS Association is a recognized leader in data standards for pipeline data management, organized in 1998. We are a non-profit vendor-neutral pipeline-industry organization, member driven and volunteer-run. The Association is committed to developing, maintaining and advancing the proven PODS Pipeline Data Model, pipeline data storage and interchange standards for the pipeline industry worldwide, meeting the needs of pipeline companies today and into the future.
American Gas Association (AGA)
Founded in 1918, the American Gas Association (AGA) represents more than 200 local energy companies that deliver clean natural gas throughout the United States. Today, more than 68 million residential, commercial and industrial customers across the nation receive their reliable, affordable supplies of natural gas from AGA members—and natural gas meets almost a quarter of America’s energy needs.worldwide, meeting the needs of pipeline companies today and into the future.
Northeast Gas Association (NGA)
The Northeast Gas Association (NGA) is a regional trade association that focuses on education and training, technology research and development, operations, planning, and increasing public awareness of natural gas in the Northeast U.S. The Northeast Gas Association’s mission is to promote and enhance the safe, reliable, efficient, and environmentally responsible delivery of natural gas to customers in the region, and to advocate for the industry from production to delivery.
Texas Gas Association (TGA)
The Texas Gas Association, a non-profit organization, was founded in 1974 from a group of municipalities who felt that the organization would serve as a means to solve their mutual problems in a more efficient manner.Today, the Texas Gas Association represents members from all sectors of the natural gas industry in the state of Texas.