This presentation will focus on applying transmission integrity and data management techniques to gathering lines. A successful Integrity Management Program relies heavily on key processes and procedures. Fundamental steps to complete all phases of an integrity program will be covered including data collection, analysis, integration and documentation.
Mr. Landon Haack received his bachelor’s degree of Arts and Science in Physics from Hastings College - Hastings, NE in 2006. Upon graduating, he joined SourceGas LLC as a Pipeline Engineer based out of the corporate offices in Lakewood, CO. Mr. Haack spent his first three years performing a wide array of engineering duties including hydraulic modeling, peak day analysis, load growth forecasting, GPS data management/training along with numerous day-to-day pipeline construction calculations.
Recently Mr. Haack was promoted to the Manager of Pipeline Integrity overseeing the Integrity Program for the states of Colorado and Nebraska over the past year and a half. Current TIMP and DIMP responsibilities include managing the integrity budget, company BAP, annual assessments, data collection, risk calculations, threat prioritization, preventative / mitigative actions and documentation. Mr. Haack works closely with field employees overseeing day-to-day integrity activities in conjunction with enhancing data collection processes.