UESI Pipelines 2022 Technical Session - Day 3

UESI Pipelines 2024 Call for Abstracts Open

The Utility Engineering & Surveying Institute of ASCE (UESI) is actively seeking submissions for paper abstracts, panel session proposals and pre-conference workshop proposals for the Pipelines 2024 Conference, set to take place July 30 to Aug. 2, 2024, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

The deadline for submissions is Sept. 22 and accepted submissions will be notified on Oct. 18.

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With the theme of “Utility Infrastructure: Moving Onward to a Sustainable Future,” the UESI Pipelines 2024 Conference provides a forum for industry professionals to share experiences and knowledge between owners, agencies, consultants, industry, suppliers, contractors and governments from around the world.

The conference has quickly become a premier industry gathering and the conference of choice for practitioners to discuss technical paper presentations covering the most current state-of-the-art engineering technologies for oil and gas, storm water, wastewater and water pipeline and utility infrastructure.

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UESI Pipelines Conference Focus

The UESI Pipelines Conference focuses on advancing technologies in pipeline and utilities engineering; engineering surveying and geomatics; pipe materials; standards; construction; construction management; pipeline inspection, maintenance and rehabilitation; trenchless technologies; pipeline asset and program management; risk assessment; and alternate project delivery methods.

Technical sessions and panel discussions will be based on the following thematic broad areas of interest, and may present the historical evolution of practice, current practice, technical innovations, case histories of successful projects, lessons learned from failure investigations and academic research:

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  • Planning
  • Design
  • Condition Assessment
  • Trenchless
  • Construction
  • Operation & Maintenance
  • Engineering Surveying & Geomatics
  • Sustainable Design & Regulatory Issues

You can access the submission platform at pipelinesconference.org/call-submissions. The default allowable word count is 400 words or less for any abstracts.

Additionally, UESI is actively seeking volunteers to be reviewers, moderators, mentors or track chairs. If interested, a link to volunteer is available on the abstract submission page.

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Contact Susan Reid, at sreid@asce.org, with any questions regarding the submission process and guidelines.

SOURCE – UESI

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