Join Philip Hestvik, as he provides an overview of the Mackenzie River HDD Pipeline Crossing Replacement Project completed by Enbridge in 2018 in the Northwest Territories.

The Enbridge Line 21 Segment Replacement Project replaced 2.5 kilometers of pipeline below the Mackenzie River using intersect horizontal directional drill technology. Through a partnership with local Indigenous communities, a joint environmental management committee was formed to focus on protecting the land and water, and support local training and employment. On September 27, 2018, the Norman Wells Pipeline was restarted successfully. Successful execution of this Project required creativity to overcome logistical challenges. The intersect drill spanned over 2100 metres. Due to the remote location and sensitive environment, equipment was barged to one of the worksites and over 14,000 wooden mats were used to construct an 11 kilometre road. The construction window was short and the intersect drill was highly technical. This presentation will focus on the construction aspects of the Project.

Additional Project Information available online at: http://www.enbridgeus.com/projects-and-infrastructure/public-awareness/norman-wells-line-21

SPEAKER:

Philip Hestvik was the Senior Development Engineer and Project Manager for the Line 21 Segment Replacement Project. Currently he is a Senior Engineer in the Pipeline Integrity Geohazard Team developing GIS tools to visualize remote sensing imagery. His experience at Enbridge includes development of capital maintenance pipeline projects in the Northwest Territories, Stonefell Terminal and a horizontal directional bore in Sarnia, bore under a heavily congested utility corridor. Previously, he worked for BMT WBM providing consultant services in the areas of stress analysis and test and measurement of large mobile machinery to clients in the mining industry in Canada, Colombia, Chile, Senegal and Zambia. Philip has a degree in Engineering Physics, Mechanical Specialization from the University of British Columbia.

EVENT AGENDA:

  • 5:00-5:30pm – Registration, Networking and Dinner
  • 5:30pm – Introductions and YPAC Overview
  • 5:45pm – Technical Speaker Event
  • 7:00pm – Event Wrap-up

NOTES:

  • Photos will be taken at this event, for use with YPAC promotional materials. If you do not wish for your photo to be used as such, please email info@ypacanada.com after registration.

Registration: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/ypac-edmonton-speaker-event-nwt-hdd-pipeline-crossing-project-overview-tickets-90392601705