POG Seminar, March 2022, Melbourne
APGA’s annual Pipeline Operators Group Seminar is on once again with a program bursting with the hot topics of the day.
Presenters will cover areas as diverse as global trends in field joints, emissions modelling and monitoring, weed management and controlling corrosion all in the theme of Setting the Way Forward for the Pipeline Industry. The seminar is a great opportunity to catch up with colleagues and share experiences as well as to learn from the experts.
Who should attend?
This seminar will benefit all industry personnel involved in the management, operation and maintenance of high-pressure oil and gas pipelines, service and supply businesses and technical auditors and regulators. It will be of interest and relevance to managers, supervisors, engineers, technicians and field operators.
Download the list here please note that this list is not a live document but is updated regularly
View the program here
Can't make it to Melbourne?
The POG Seminar will also be available virtually in real time for those who are unable to attend in person. The live-streamed seminar will be delivered to your device at the same time as it is being delivered in Melbourne and virtual attendees can also join in the Q&A. If you can’t be there, you don't have to miss out. Register for the virtual option by clicking on the relevant link below.
|Member Pricing||Non-Member Pricing|
|In-Person Seminar Ticket||$450||$550|
|Virtual Seminar Ticket||$300||$350|
Book Virtual Seminar Tickets here.
RSVP: By Thursday 24 March
Cancellations received by COB Thursday 24 March will be fully refunded. Cancellations after this time are not refundable, however, substitutions will be accepted.
Advice to attendees on COVID requirements
Please note: COVID prevention requirements vary across our States and Territories and they can change frequently and with little notice. To be admitted to venues where APGA events are held, you may be required to meet a range of obligations that vary from those in your home jurisdiction. For example, you may need to show proof of vaccination, to carry or wear a face mask, to observe social distancing and to use the check-in app relevant to the State or Territory where the event is being held. Some travel restrictions may also apply.
APGA advises attendees to check the official State or Territory requirements that apply to the individual APGA event they are attending in advance of booking so that they can ensure they are prepared. It’s also a good idea to recheck requirements on the day of the event in case anything has changed.
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