Nayef Mahgoub, P. Eng., MBA, President of Fort McMurray Chapter of PEMAC invites you to join us for the Fort McMurray Chapter Online Professional Development event.
Across the project lifecycle, the opportunity for engineering documentation to change is significant. As you move through the project phases, consistent application of data becomes more critical. By ensuring detailed engineering documentation and data is administered and applied consistently throughout the system completion & commissioning planning and execution process, organizations can reduce costs and improve accuracy of information and schedules. In this presentation, Tony will demonstrate an integrated digital workflow using a fit-for-purpose relational database designed around a one-to-many principle to facilitate engineering data quality and accuracy.
Tony Manning, President and Technical Business Manager, IES & ICCS with True North Solutions
Tony has 35 years of experience in industrial automation, primarily related to instrumentation and electrical solutions — from systems planning, to detailed design, implementation, and commissioning execution, through operational support. Tony has led teams serving clients in the oil and gas, chemical and petrochemical, mining, water and wastewater, and renewable energy and electricity industries. By working collaboratively with technical teams and end clients, Tony has developed a deep understanding of the importance of effective planning and streamlined execution to deliver high-quality, cost-effective, and low-risk solutions.
How to Lead in Uncertain Times
Darren Lysak, VP Turnarounds - Regional, Suncor Energy
Petro-chemical/oil and gas experience at 6 locations with Dow Chemical, Union Carbide, Petro-Canada and Suncor. Over 15 years of Operations and Maintenance leadership experience from a unit production leader to facility leadership responsibilities for maintenance and production. As well, Darren has extensive experience in management systems, process safety and EHS leadership throughout his career.
Darren’s current role includes responsibility for turnarounds and construction projects at Suncor facilities in the Wood Buffalo Region (Base Plant, Firebag and Fort Hills).
Darren was born and raised in Edmonton, he is married with two daughters both embarking on their University education.
Thanks to our sponsor, this is a complementary event, however registration is required. All are welcome. This event is in Mountain Time.