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Regional Meeting Presentations

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06PB432 Years of Rulemaking (Whatever Happened to the Definition & Regulation of Onshore Gas Gathering?)
05PB33D CAD Drawings - Taking a Stroll Through the Virtual World
12PB03A Comparison of Hydrate Inhibitors of Natural Gas Processing Applications
02H02Accident or Attack - Is There a Difference?
08PB02Acid Gas Injection at the DCP Midstream Artesia Plant
06RM5Acid Gas Injection at the DEFS Artesia Plant
11RM04Advanced Process Control for Midstream Oil and Gas
06PB2Advances in Cooling System Treatment, Monitoring and Control
04RM5Advances in Mechanical Pipeline Connectors
08NT01Air Emissions Limitations and Air Permitting Issues
10H02Air Permitting in Disarray - An Update on Proposed Changes to the Texas SIP
09MC02Airborne Leak Detection - Find It Fast, Fix It Fast
05MC2Alternative SCADA Communications
11RM01America Needs the Shale Revolution: It's About Jobs and Liquids
07RM4Amine Process Improvements: A War Story from the Rockies
03PB1Amine System Cleaning Best Practice
08PB04Amine Unit Corrision Monitoring
10NT04AArc Flash Hazards
10MC01Augmenting TEG Performance in Hot Weather
11NT03Become an Entrepreneur: What the Funders Look for and How They Evaluate Funding a New Midstream Venture
12NT05Best Practices for High Speed Reciprocating Compressor Package
05MC1Better Technologies & New Measurement Standards
04H5Bio-Desulfurization of Natural Gas
09PB04Black Powder, What Is It and Where Does It Come From?
06MC3Brief History of Spoolable Reinforced Composite Pipe
12H3Building a Better Mouse Trap - North American Natural Gas Market Update
04RM4Burn or Buy - A Comparison of Electric Motor vs Natural Gas Engine Drives for Gas Compression
09PB05Burning Fugitives as Fuel - Introduction to REMVue and Slipstream
10NT03Capacity Control for Reciprocating Compressors
09RM04Carbon Consciousness and the Need for Environmental Awareness
11NT02Changes to Instrumentation and Controls to Improve Environmental Stewardship in the Oil & Gas Industry
07H04Climate Change Litigation Trends
09NT04Climate Change Regulation: Risks, Opportunities and Timelines for Mitigation Strategies
06H5CO2 Produced Gas Treating and Reinjection
08RM2CO2 Sources, Compression and Pipelining for Enhanced Oil Recovery in the Rockies
11RM02Compressing High BTU Gas
09MC05Compressor Operation
11NT07Crestwood Overview
06NT4Crosstex Energy's Activities in the Barnett Shale
08RM3Current Air Quality Updates in the Rocky Mountain West
11PB02DCP Midstream’s Perspective
12MC1Design Criteria for a Gas Processing Plant
05NT7Destruction of Amine Vent Gas Utilizing a Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer
08RM1Developing Energy Technologies for Tomorrow
07NT05Dew Point Control - Historical Perspective and Report from the Front Lines
07PB05Digital Bus Instruments and Motor Controls Speed Results on a Fast Track Gas Treating Project
03RM1DOT Operator Qualifications
07NT02DOT Pipeline Integrity Management Program
04H3Dynamics of Natural Gas Prices
06MC2Economic & Performance Evaluation of Selective Catalytic Reduction for Natural Gas Reciprocating Engines
09RM03Economic and Environmental Justification for Compression Upgrades
09NT06Economic Outlook and How it Affects our Industry
04NT4Effect of Heat-Stable Salts on Amine Absorber and Regenerator Performance
10PB04Effective Investment Recovery of Gas Processing Assets
09RM02Emission Control Strategies for Amine Stripper Tail Gas
10PB01Emission Control Strategies for Amine Stripper Tail Gas
11MC03Enhanced Medic Network Gives First Responders Critical Health Information
09PB03Enhanced Treating (ET) - Compact, Efficient Solutions for Bulk CO2 Removal - Mobile and Easily Operated
07PB01Enhancing Compressor Productivity-How to Get More from Your Machinery Assets
11MC01Environmental Challenges and Permitting Associated with Gas Development
07NT03Environmental Issues Update
09NT07Environmental Update: Changing Atmosphere of Air Quality Permitting and Pipeline Construction Permitting
03MC1EPA NPDES Storm Water II & SPC
06NT3ETC Update for NTGPA 2006 Annual Meeting
11PB05Ethane Rejection in Texas - Impacts on Ethane and Natural Gas Production
10MC03Expected Impact of Green House Gas Regulations
08MC5Extending Molecular Sieve Life in Natural Gas Dehydration Units
04RM3Ft. Lupton Plant Staff Optimization Through Automation
07PB07Futuregen .. the Impending Marriage between Coal and Oil
07NT06Gas Chromatographs - Overview and Applications
08NT03Gas Compressor Operational Noise Impact Levels, Prediction and Mitigation
02H03Gas Conditioning for Imported LNG
03H05Gas Fuel Pressure & Quality Requirements for Gas Turbine Electric Power Generating Plants
06NT5Gas Processing Challenges - Backup to the Backup
05H7Gas Processing Today
05H3Gas Supply & Demand Issues - Living in a Post-Katrina/Rita World
07RM3Gas Supply & Pipeline Capacity Balance in the Rockies
10MC05Gas Treating and Dehydration
09MC03Gas Treating Technologies: Which Ones Should Be Used and Under What Conditions?
05RM3Getting the Most From Your Retirement Plan
05H1Global Refining Trends
05H6GPA Opening Remarks (Houston - 2005)
09NT01GPA Opening Remarks (No Texas - 2009)
12PB01GPA Permian Basin Opening Remarks
07MC01GPA Welcome @ Midcontient Regional Meeting
05H5GPSA Opening Remarks (Houston - 2005)
07H01GPSA Opening Remarks (Houston - 2007)
10MC06GPSA Opening Remarks (MidContinent - 2010)
07NT01GPSA Opening Remarks (No Texas - 2007)
09NT02GPSA Opening Remarks (No Texas - 2009)
10NT01GPSA Opening Remarks (No Texas - 2010)
06NT1GPSA Opening Remarks (No Texas 2006)
07PB06GPSA Opening Remarks (Permian Basin - 2007)
09PB01GPSA Opening Remarks (Permian Basin - 2009)
07MC02GPSA Welcome @ Midcontinent Regional Meeting
08MC1GPSA Welcome at Mid Continent GPA Annual Meeting
12NT01Greenhouse Gas Regulations and Their Effects on the Oil and Gas Industry
04H4Gulf Coast Petrochemical Industry - Thriving, Surviving or Dying?
09H3Health of the Petrochemical Industry
06MC4Highly Detailed, Web-Based Process Training for the Midstream Industry
05H8Houston Regional - Chapter / Sponsors
05H2Houston Regional - Keynote Address
03H03How Long Will North America's Bull Gas Market Last?
07PB02How to Compare Cryogenic Process Design Alternatives for a New Project
08MC4How to Compare Cryogenic Process Design Alternatives for a New Project
05NT2How to Make Contaminant Removal Easy
06RM1How Will West Coast LNG Impact the Price for Rockies Natural Gas?
06MC1Hydrogen: Myth or Messiah?
08PB05Identifying and Overcoming Compressor Valve Inefficiencies
03NT3Impact of Ozone Non-Attainment Designation and Strategies for Compliance
10H01Implications of April 2010 Incident on Gulf of Mexico Exploration and Production
10NT05Increase CO2 Capacity in Existing Amine Equipment - Ineos Chemical
01H01Innovations in High Performance Tubulars
11RM05Integrated Emissions Management
03NT1Integrated Energy Industry Benchmarks
06H2Integrated Midstream Solutions for the Rockies Producers - Investing Today for Tomorrow
06NT6Introduction to Gas Marketing
04NT1Issues Surrounding the Establishment of National Gas Quality Standards
13MC04Keynote Address
09NT08Lean Amine Circulation Pumps: Comparison of and Selection Criteria for Positive Displacement, Centrifugal and Pitot Tube Pumps
04H2Lessons from a Midstream Startup
05NT5Lessons Learned - Marginally Sized Molecular Sieve Beds and How Products Performed
07H02Light Olefins Market Outlook
04H6LNG Terminals - Concepts for Increased Efficiency and Economic Enhancement
05NT1LNG, The Need, Sources, Production, Delivery and Receipt of this Major Game Changer in the US Natural Gas Industry
12NT04Making Ethane Take a Powder
10NT02Making Something From Nothing: The Green Machine Turns Waste and Geothermal Heat into Power
12PB04Managing the Impact of RICE NESHAP Regulations for Stationary Engines
04RM1Managing Your Career
09H1Markham TXP-2 Cryogenic Plant
06H6Meeting Energy Workforce Challenges
06H4Mercaptan Removal Additive
06PB3Mercaptan Removal from a Gas Stream Using Molecular Sieve and Selexol
07H03MLPs - Master Limited Partnerships - An Overview of an Emerging Asset Class
10PB03Molecular Gate Technology for (Smaller Scale) LNG Pretreatment
08RM4Moving Rocky Mountain Gas East
13RM02NAAQS Overview
13RM03NACE MR0175/ISO 15156
07H05Natural Gas Supply Update
07PB03Natural Gas Sweetening Using a Membrane-H2S Scavenger Hybrid System
00RM1Natural Gas Utilization: What is the World Doing to Produce Gas?
12H4Natural Gas Vehicles: An American Energy, Economic and Environmental Answer
12NT03Natural Gas Who's in the Fracking Drivers' Seat?"
04H1Never a Dull Moment in Houston
08MC6New Emission Rules for IC Engines // Federal & State Update: Legislative & Regulatory Issues
07MC05New Gas Gathering Rule - Understanding and Complying with the Regulation Proves Challenging to the Industry
07PB04New Mexico Greenhouse Gas Reporting / Registry
08NT07NGL Fractionation Round Table / 1 (T & F Demystified)
08NT08NGL Fractionation Round Table / 2 (Overview)
08NT09NGL Fractionation Round Table / 3 (It's Location, Location, Location)
08NT10NGL Fractionation Round Table / 4 (Trends in Raw Mix Production & Fractionation Capacity Utilization)
06H3NGL Hedging
08NT04NGL Pipeline Infrastructure Round Table / 1 (Chevron Pipeline Company)
08NT05NGL Pipeline Infrastructure Round Table / 2 (LDH Energy)
08NT06NGL Pipeline Infrastructure Round Table / 3 (Map - TEPPCO/Enterprise)
10MC04NGL's in the Marcellus Shale
05H4North America Light Olefins Review - Houston We Still Have a Problem
03MC2OCC Regulatory Agenda
03H07Of Mice and Men Current Events in the Midstream Industry
12PB02Oil Analysis
09NT05Oil and Gas Laws in the Haynesville Shale
08H5Olefins Feedstock Demand... If You Build It, Will It Come?
11PB01Opening Remarks 2011 PBGPA
11RM03OSHA Standards and Acts and Their Implications
08PB01OSU Okmulgee
12H2Outlook for US Ethane: Are Brighter Days Ahead????
04NT3Overview of Devon Gas Services Veale 20
09PB02Pemex Burgos Gas Processing Complex Operating Experience and Design Recommendations
13MC03Perspectives From Experience, PSV Installation & Discharge - More Critical than Sizing
11NT06Pertinent Air Quality Developments for the O & G Industry
03NT2PetrisWINDS OneCall Screening Support System
05RM2Piceance Basin Midstream, The Challenges and Opportunities of Flexibility and Diversity
06RM2Pinedale Water and Condensate Gathering System
06NT2Pipeline Right-of-Way and Citing Issues
03PB2Pipeline Risk Management Regulations
02PB01Pipeline Safety - Regulatory Review
11NT01Pipeline Safety in North Texas, Texas and Nationally - PHMSA Update
06PB1Planning for Your Retirement Lifestyle
13MC05Practical Hydrocarbon Dew Point Specification for Natural Gas Transmission Lines
05NT4Principles of Adsorption
08H3Processing Possibilities for Shale Gas Plays
08PB03Project Management Process - How DCP Developed Their PM Process
09MC01Proven Technology for the Gas Industry
11PB03Recent Case Studies in Acid Gas Injection in the Permian and San Juan Basins
07RM2Reciprocating Engine Noise and Emissions - What Operators Need to Know
05NT6Regulatory Update
10PB05Relief Systems: Learning from Incidents to Avoid Blockage
05PB2Remanufactured Valves
13MC01Reshaping of the US NGLs Market by the Shale Surge
12MC3Revisiting Energy Workforce Issues: Initiatives Aimed at Plugging the Gaps
05RM1Rockies Natural Gas, Market Dynamics and Risk Management
13RM01Rocky Mountain GPA: Fuel Gas Conditioning for Remote Reciprocating Engines
04NT2Safety Issues in Gas Processing
03H08Salt-Cavern LNG Receiving Terminal
10NT04Selection of Hazardous Area Motors
11MC04Shale Play Impacts on the Mid-Continent
11NT08Smart Pigs - Smart Pigging 101: Trap Design; Pigging Launch and Receive Procedure; Types of Smart Pigs/Types of Anomalies
07NT07Suggestions for Career Enhancement
08MC2Summary: Survey of Upstream U.S. Energy Companies
04RM2Technical Introduction to QLT Dehydration
08NT02Technology to Lower NOx Emissions
07MC04The Aftermath of 2006 Elections: Changes in the Washington, DC Regulatory Climate
11MC02The Application of Heat Recovery to Gas Turbine Compressor Drives - Better Economics with a New Technology
11NT04The BP Oil Spill
10NT06The Changes of Cryogenic and Amine Plant Fabrication and Controls Over Past 10 Years
09MC04The Changing Lay of the Political Landscape or What Has the Government Done for You Lately: A Case to be Involved
11NT05The Complexities of Air Regulation Compliance
10H04The Global LNG Market - Implications for a Transformed U.S. Gas Market
08MC3The Industry's Case for Workforce Planning
03H04The Politics of Gas Merchantability
07H06The Role of Gas Storage in the Barnett Shale
03RM2The Role of Rocky Mountain Gas in the Broader US Energy Picture: Connecting the Dots
10H03The Shale Revolution: Economics, Ethane and Eagle Ford
02H01The Trials and Tribulations of Sourcing NGL Supply in the Current Environment
05NT3Trends in Midstream Transaction Values
06RM4Troubleshooting Amine Plants
07MC03Troubleshooting Amine Plants
03RM3Two Phase Separation and Filtration Solutions for Process and Power
09H2U.S. Climate Change Regulation a Framework for Business Planning for a Sustainable Midstream Industry
12H1U.S. Midstream Update and LPG Export Expansion
08H1U.S. Shale-Gas Players: Who's Got What - and Where
05PB1Unattended Remote Operation Facilitated by Plant Controls Upgrade w/Advanced Regulatory Controls
08H2Unconventional Gas - Unlocking Technical Challenges with Technology
09NT03Update on New Activities in the Haynesville Shale
12NT02Upstream Testing Accurately Predicts Filtration Life
03H01US LNG Import Capacity: How Much is Enough??
03H02US LNG Import Capacity: How Much is Enough?? Power Point
06RM3Use of the V-Cone Meter for Gas Measurement
07NT04Using GLCC / Coriolis Technology
07RM1Welcome and Opening Remarks
11PB04West Texas Gas Plant Projects: 2005-2010
08H4What If? A Discussion About Natural Gas and NGL Infrastructure Needs in Order to Meet Full Shale Potential
03H06What Low Sulfur Gasoline Means for Normal Butane
13MC02What Was Old is New Again
10MC02What's Around Your Pipeline? Best Methods to Determine Class Locations
07MC06What's in Your Pipeline? (And Do You Really Want to Know?)
10PB02When "Standard" Amine Designs Go Bad
06H1Who Are GPSA Members?
09RM01Who Is GPA
12MC2Winds of Change The Air Emission Landscape

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