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Energy Applications in the Arctic: Key Opportunities and Innovative Technology Deployments

Tuesday, 2 May
307
Arctic Sessions Technical / Poster Session
This technical session will give an insight into the use of various media of energy deployment from natural gas to LNG to the use of epoxy intumescent. A special focus will be on operations and safety with Search and Rescue and maintaining structural integrity of assets. Authors will discuss opportunities with deployment of next generation technologies and what it means for the industry in general and the Arctic in particular.
Chairperson
Sudhir Pai, Executive Vice President - Acteon Group Ltd, a KKR Company
Mike Paulin, Arctic Technical Advisor - WORLEY
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    Labrador Gas - History and Opportunity
    T. King, C-CORE; E. Gillis, OilCo
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    A Grand Banks Gas Pipeline; Opportunities and Challenges
    M. Abdi, LNG Newfoundland and Labrador Ltd.; M. Paulin, Worley Canada Services Ltd.; T. King, C-CORE; C. Fowlow, Angler Solutions Inc.; D. Robbins, ICI Innovations Inc.
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    Mackenzie Delta LNG Transport and Ice Management Study
    J. Salminen, R. Hindley, S. Saarinen, Aker Arctic Technology Inc
  • 1030-1048 32568
    Arctic Field Testing - Developing the Next Generation Passive Fire Protection
    A. Skilbred, Jotun AS; Z. Wierzba, J. Irving, Jotun Paints (Europe) Limited
  • 1050-1108 32486
    A Macro-Scale Generalized Search and Rescue (SAR) Model for the Coastal Regions of Eastern Canada and the Arctic
    M. Zarrin Mehr, D. Molyneux, J. Smith, Memorial University of Newfoundland; R.P. Pelot, F. Goerlandt, Dalhousie University; R. Brown, Memorial University of Newfoundland
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    Overcoming the Challenges and Complexities of Maintaining the Integrity of Subsea Infrastructure in Cook Inlet, Alaska
    R. Kidwell, T. Bacher, Hilcorp Alaska LLC