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Williams Senior Vice President to present at upcoming Energy Pipeline Management Summit

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marcus evans has announced that Scott Hallam, Williams Senior Vice President, will be a speaker at the Energy Pipeline Management Summit 15 – 17 July, 2019, at the The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans, La.

As senior vice president of Williams’ Atlantic-Gulf Operating Area, Hallam oversees the company’s Eastern Interstates, Gulf West and Gulf East franchises. This includes more than 10 000 miles of natural gas transmission pipeline, plus natural gas gathering and processing facilities located along the Gulf Coast. He has performed in different leadership capacities in the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors.

Hallam holds an MBA in Organisational Leadership, a Master of Science in Environmental, Health and Safety Management, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry and Biology. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), and Six Sigma Black Belt.

At the upcoming Energy Pipeline Management Summit, Hallam will be presenting a session entitled, “Leading a Modern Pipeline Company”. He will also take part in an interactive roundtable session entitled, "Getting a Handle on Global and Domestic Natural Gas Supply and Demand."

Some of the other topics to be discussed are:

  • Observing Evolving Regulatory Expectations for Prior Preparation and Success: Mega Gas Rules, PHMSA and research of note
  • Maintaining Public Confidence: With actionable key insights and best practices
  • Perfecting Profitable Partnerships: Stakeholders, investors, societal expectations and NGOs
  • Strategising for Reliability: The right design, technology and people

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