Reasons to attend the Canadian School of Hydrocarbon Measurement (CsHm)
The executive of the Canadian School of Hydrocarbon Measurement is pleased to announce the focus for this year’s conference – Metering & Measurement Systems – Helping Companies be More Efficient with Fewer Resources.
We understand the impacts of our current economy. We know you need value for your training dollar and we’re focused on delivering it.
As we continue to sustain our industry using fewer resources, we are learning to be smarter and work more effectively, while maintaining our current level of assets that a larger workforce managed two years ago.
While measurement drives the school, it’s impact is so much more than just learning metering and measurement systems.
- Improving operating efficiency
- Pipeline leak detection
- Increasing compliance
- Cost control
- Designing for implementation
- Asset management
- Focusing your workforce on what matters
- Building and maintaining relationships with colleagues, regulators, vendors and employers
- Practical large scale and hands-on demonstrations by vendors
Join us for an opportunity to explore and learn how changes to the environmental side of measurement will affect your operations. Connect with provincial regulators and discuss changes to measurement regulations that impact the three western provinces. There is a lot of activity around the environmental side of measurement that will affect you in the future, such as gas flaring and venting and greenhouse gas emission reporting that you won’t want to miss.
Stay on top of best practices for meter operations and maintenance. With the ‘lower for longer’ becoming more of a reality – what are you doing to make it work? Learn what others are implementing to achieve a higher level of compliance with the regulations and ultimately reducing operating costs, without performing reworks and reducing audits, etc.
See what the latest industry vendors have to offer. Optimize your capital and operating costs utilizing your measurement and sampling equipment. Vendors are providing opportunities to discuss and see the latest equipment and technology through large scale demos and hands-on demonstrations.
Now more than ever we all need to be at the top of our game. If you want to stay current with regulatory changes (especially with the upcoming methane venting reduction program), explore new technologies that may reduce your company’s bottom line, and get that refresher on EPAP —because it’s now part of your overall objectives, or because it is now in effect for Saskatchewan — the Canadian School of Hydrocarbon Measurement has you covered.
As a special feature this year SAIT will be on hand to share information on the new Hydrocarbon Measurement Certificate Program. This is an online, self-paced program for anyone interested in becoming a better measurement expert.
We look forward to see you at the Canadian School of Hydrocarbon Measurement (CsHm). It’s an investment we know will pay off.
The Executive Team
16th Annual Canadian School of Hydrocarbon Measurement