Webinar: The Impacts of PHMSA’s Gas Mega Rule Part 2 for Gas Transmission Operators

Webinar: The Impacts of PHMSA's Gas Mega Rule Part 2 for Gas Transmission Operators

Date/Time
Date(s) - Mar 15, 2023
11:00 am - 12:00 pm CST

Dynamic Risk
Host



PHMSA’s recent rulemaking, “Pipeline Safety: Safety of Gas Transmission Pipelines: Repair Criteria, Integrity Management improvements, Cathodic Protection, Management of Change, and Other Related Amendments” (also referred to as Gas Mega Rule Part 2 or “RIN-2”) has become a significant area of consideration for US onshore Gas Transmission and Midstream operators. The RIN-2 rule has increased regulatory requirements in 49 CFR 192 for operations, maintenance, and integrity management, and pipeline operators will need to operationalize the requirements into systems, processes, and procedures to ensure compliance. While all changes to the requirements need to be considered, four key areas will have a major impact on pipeline operators, which include Data Integration, Risk Assessment, Engineering Critical Assessment for Dents, and Management of Change.

The effective date of most RIN-2 requirements, as published in the Federal Register, is May 24, 2023. However, in response to a Petition for Reconsideration from AGA, PHMSA has issued a stay of enforcement for most RIN-2 requirements, extending the implementation timeframe until February 24, 2024.

Dynamic Risk is working collaboratively with major pipeline companies that operate a large portion of the gas pipeline mileage across the United States. Our core safety and reliability expertise are facilitating the development of data and technology-enabled programs and practices, which are required to meet the requirements of the Gas Mega Rule optimally.

This presentation, hosted by Rick Kivela, Industry Consultant, and Eduardo Munoz, Senior Pipeline Risk Engineer at Dynamic Risk, will explore considerations regarding the operationalization of the RIN-2 and cover the following topics:

  • Revisions to the regulatory requirements for the four critical areas noted above, as outlined in 49 CFR 192
  • Impacts of these four key areas on Gas Transmission Operators
  • Technology-enabled programs and practices to address requirements of RIN-2

 
Join us on Wednesday, March 15th at 11:00 a.m. CST for an informative discussion on how Gas Transmission operators can address the Gas Mega Rule RIN-2 efficiently and effectively to enhance pipeline safety and compliance.

 

Panelists:

Eduardo Munoz – Senior Pipeline Risk Engineer

 

Rick Kivela – Industry Consultant

 

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