Have you ever wondered how to calculate the maximum allowable operating pressure for your site?
You're in luck because that exact topic will be addressed at the upcoming Michigan Petroleum Conference.
Join David Chislea, Manager of Gas Operations for the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) as he addresses some of the top questions members of Michigan’s oil and gas industry consistently have for this section of the MPSC. This will include an explanation of Maximum Allowable Operating Pressure and the proper way to calculate it (192.619 of the MI Gas Safety Standards), an understanding of the difference between the lines that are jurisdictional to the MPSC and those that are regulated, an update on the vacuum program in the Antrim and other regulatory issues of interest. Mr. Chislea will be presenting during the April 21 Michigan Petroleum Conference from 1:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. in Tower A & B of the Grand Traverse Resort in Acme, Michigan.