DateThursday, September 12, 2013
Time5:15pm – 5:30pm Registration

5:30pm – 7:00pm – Seminar and networking

Where: TransCanada Tower, 450 1 Street SW, RM TCT 214

Cost: Free for members

Speaker: Adam Lind, P. Eng., Sr. Pipeline Engineer at Kinder Morgan Canada

Liquid pipeline operations are not well understood by many young engineers. The presenter will lay out the basics of:

  • controlling fluid in a pipeline
  • maintaining product quality in a batched operation
  • ensuring adequate over-pressure protection

In addition, the presentation will briefly touch on what’s involved in reactivating a liquids pipeline that has been idle for a number of years. This will draw on the personal experience the presenter has on this subject through his involvement on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project between Edmonton, AB and Burnaby, BC.

Mr. Adam Lind, P. Eng., is a Senior Pipeline Engineer at Kinder Morgan Canada who is currently working on their Trans Mountain Expansion Project ( Kinder Morgan Canada operates LVP transmission pipelines in Canada and the USA. Mr. Lind’s previous roles with the company have been in hydraulic modeling, operations support, field engineering and integrity management. Prior to joining Kinder Morgan Canada in 2006, Mr. Lind worked for Colonial Pipeline Company ( in Alpharetta, GA. Mr. Lind has a Master’s degree in Engineering Physics from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden and has been working in the pipeline industry since he graduated in 2003. He has presented several papers at API, IPC and other technical conferences over the years.

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