Upcoming Events

Events

SUT-US Upcoming Events
Proceeds generated from SUT-US events help support our learning programs.
 

SUT-US Champagne & Conversation Series Champagne & Conversation Series: Transferable Skills: From Traditional Oil & Gas to Renewable Energy
The Women in Industry Subcommittee of the SUT-US is excited to announce its Seventh Edition of the Champagne and Conversation Series: "Transferable Skills: From Traditional Oil & Gas to Renewable Energy."
 
Join us for an engaging panel discussion with Shashikant Sarada, PE, Danielle Jensen, Integration Manager at Mayflower Wind, Dr. Amanda Rico, Resume & Editorial Specialist at Rico Editorial Services, Cristina Zwissler, Team Lead Wind Resource and Optimization at Offshore Wind Team, and Steve Johnson, Chevron – Retired.
 
Thursday May 6, 2021: 12:00pm-1:30pm (CDT)
Online

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Whisky Tasting and Networking Event Whisky Tasting and Networking Event
We are excited to announce an Online Scotch Whisky Tasting as part of the SUT-US networking event on May 6th, 2021.
 
Roneet Das, Whisky Enthusiast and Geotechnical Engineer at NGI, will walk us through the different regions of Scotland which are home to some of the most renowned whisky. Representing the different regions of Scotland we will be tasting Balvenie 12 years, Bunnahabhain 12 years, Macallan 12 years, Glenlivet 14 years, and Johnnie Walker Black Label.
Thursday May 6, 2021: 5:00pm-6:00pm (CDT)
Online

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Submarine Debris Flow Impact on Pipelines and New ISO 19901-4 Draft WEBINAR: Submarine Debris Flow Impact on Pipelines
Submarine landslides occur frequently on both passive and active continental margins releasing sediment volumes that may travel long distances on gentle slopes (0.5 to 3 degrees) over the course of less than an hour to several days. The flowing debris has the potential to severely damage seabed installations fixed platforms, submarine pipelines, cables and other seafloor installations along its path.  Understanding the impact drag forces and consequences of pipeline failure are of central importance in engineering of offshore developments.

This presentation focuses on methods developed to estimate the drag forces arising from impact of submarine debris flows on pipelines.

 
Thursday May 20, 2021: 9:00am-10:00am (CDT)
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SUT-US Subsea Awareness Course Subsea Awareness Course
Foundational knowledge for individuals entering the industry and those needing a refresher on operational perspectives and latest technology. The training offers industry professionals a broad introduction to subsea, covering the various sectors, operations and emerging technologies. 
 
The online course is comprised of 4 sessions held over a 4-week period.

Session 1. May 28, 2021: 8:15am-4:00pm (CDT)
Session 2. June 4, 2021: 8:15am-4:00pm (CDT)
Session 3. June 11, 2021: 8:15am-4:00pm (CDT)
Session 4. June 18, 2021: 8:15am-4:00pm (CDT)
 
Online

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SUT-US Flow Assurance Course Flow Assurance Fundamentals and Emerging Technologies Course
This 4-hour course presented by Wood Americas will provide an overview of flow assurance, and dive into understanding the fluids, production chemistry challenges, flow regimes, impact of heat transfer, 
other flow assurance systems (i.e., chemical, water injection, gas injection), and leveraging emerging technologies.
 
July 28, 2021: 8:00am-12:00pm (CDT)
 
Online

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Events from Other Societies

2021 THSOA Southeast Chapter Crawfish Boil
Date: April 22, 2021 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM (CDT)
Location: Route 92 2600 E Milton Ave Youngsville, LA 70592
Hosted by: The Hydrographic Society of America - Houston Chapter


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