Daryl has been instrumental in helping YPAC get off the ground and shape the future direction of the organization. He is currently the Vice President at ROSEN Canada, having served in prior roles at General Electric and Novacorp International. Daryl’s experience is primarily in the pipeline integrity world along with extensive experience in business management.
Vik is getting YPAC to next level in our vision through seamless execution. As Director of Eastern Region Operations for Enbridge, Vik is accountable for the operating revenue, cost control, safety, reliable operations, and net earnings results of the assets in this region. He acts as the primary interface with critical internal and external stakeholders such as politicians, indigenous groups, landowners and regulators. Overall, Vik has responsibility for development projects, asset performance initiatives and other programs ensuring the safeguard of existing assets and introducing new assets that meet operational requirements.
Honory provides YPAC with treasury and financial direction in regards to book keeping and budgeting. He is currently a project manager at SNC-Lavalin Inc. and has over twenty years of experience in the Oil and Gas Industry.
Joe has donated his time by providing mentoring to the YPAC Committee and steering the organization in its joint efforts with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Pipeline Systems Division (ASME PSD). He is currently Engineering Technical Leader on the Integrity Management Team at the Canada Energy Regulator (CER). In addition, he provides input into regulatory and standards development and is the current chairman of the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Z662 Technical Subcommittee on Construction and is a member of the CSA Z662 Executive Committee. In addition, Joe is also on the executive of both the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Pipeline System Division and the ASME International Pipeline Technology Institute.
Dr. Alan Murray
Alan has donated his time and efforts into Industry Speaker events for YPAC while at the same time providing strategic input for YPACs future direction and expansion plans. He is the former Chief Engineer at the National Energy Board (now, the Canada Energy Regulator), currently an adjunct Professor at the University of Calgary. Alan has over 35 years of experience in pressure vessels, offshore marine and pipelines in design, construction, R&D and management. He is the past Chairman of the ASME Pipeline Systems Division and fellow ASME. Alan is co-author of “Pipeline Design & Construction” – a practical approach.
Dr. Ron Hugo
Ron acts as YPACs primary university liaison at the University of Calgary, providing the YPAC committee with opportunities to share the exciting developments & opportunities available to students in the pipeline industry. He leads the Pipeline Engineering Centre and is a Professor in the Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering Department at the University of Calgary.
Arti has devoted her time and contributed valuable input as a YPAC advisor. Ms. Bhatia is the Director, Pipeline Services Canada at DNVGL, Det Norske Veritas (Canada) Limited. She has extensive experience in the oil and gas pipeline industry, specializing in the areas of pipeline risk and engineering assessments, research and technology development and application within pipeline engineering, inline inspection programs, pipeline investigations and implementation of management systems, and regulatory compliance.
Kyle is Director, Facilities Implementation, Canada Gas at TC Energy and is responsible for the the implementation of Compression and Measurement facilities on TC Energy’s Canadian Gas System. Previously he has held a variety of management and technical roles in engineering, design, operations, maintenance and pipe integrity. However, Kyle points to his time working as a CEPA staffer and thousands of hours working on industry, R&D and Standards committees and efforts as major influences on how he sees the industry and as keys to how today’s technical and stakeholder challenges can be overcome.