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New Zealand Golf nd Seminar
APGAMar 8, 2024 4:26:49 PM2 min read

Speakers for the New Zealand Seminar and Golf Day announced

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We are delighted to announce the return of the much-anticipated New Zealand Golf Day on 21 March, at the exquisite New Plymouth golf course. This day promises a perfect blend of knowledge, networking, and golfing excitement.

Thu, 21 Mar 2024, 9:00 am

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We are very pleased to introduce our seminar speakers.

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Clarus Emissions Planned Reduction Initiatives.

Tim Gray is the Manager, Engineering Services at Clarus, with 15 years’ experience in the energy sector including roles providing engineering management, operations management, project management and technical support to both upstream and downstream energy business throughout New Zealand. Tim is currently responsible for engineering teams within multiple different energy sectors in NZ, including Natural Gas Transmission and Distribution, LPG and Electricity. Since joining Clarus in 2022, he has taken a leading role in helping to understand the emissions profile and reporting within Clarus and the ongoing development and deployment of the Emissions Reduction Plan.


Brian Cox

A roadmap for producing enough biogas and biomethane to replace 100% of essential natural gas in New Zealand

The New Zealand gas sector is looking to source biomethane to extend the amount of gas which can continue to be supplied to customers. Members of the New Zealand bioenergy sector are developing a Roadmap on how 100% of essential natural gas demand could be met by biomethane. The Roadmap looks at the opportunities and barriers to obtaining adequate quantities of feedstock and suggests how the gas sector can encourage early investment in new gas production.



Barry Foster

ILI Axial Strain Measurement - sharing of over 10 years of operational experience and technology advances for the future.

Barry Foster is a Sales Manager within Baker Hughes Process & Pipeline Solutions with a passion for asset integrity & condition monitoring combining over 20 years of experience in Utilities, Petrochemicals & Pipelines.

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Colin Radici

“Pipeline Drift: Low Impact Inspections for Pipelines Prone to Geohazards”.

After studying Electro-Technology, I gained my first job at ROSEN 18 years ago. Starting my journey in the evaluation team for in-line inspection services and then managing the department for 14 years, responsible for the analysis, evaluation, reporting, client communications, software training and certification for the ROSEN Asia Pacific Region. I then transitioned into a Sales / Development role, aiming to assist clients with their overall asset integrity strategies by utilizing my data evaluation background and knowledge. I have been lucky enough to travel to Canada, USA, Germany, Netherlands, Malaysia, China and Indonesia, where I have obtained a broad knowledge of the pipeline inspection industry and our clients.

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Cameron Dinnis
Engineering Manager, LFF Pipelines & Infrastructure

"The Anna Karenina Principle and Line Pipe Supply"
Cameron Dinnis is the Engineering Manager for LFF Pipelines and Infrastructure.  After a brief flirtation with rollingstock manufacture and the foundry industry, Cameron has worked for Australian line pipe manufacturers and suppliers since 2004.  He has a Bachelor of Engineering and a PhD in Materials Engineering from the University of Queensland.  Cameron has been a member of the APGA RSC Executive Committee since 2009.




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