2018 - PI World - San Francisco - Academic Symposium
Student Education – Keeping Pace with Industry Trends: TransCanada Sees a Need for New Skills
For TransCanada to be the industry leader in customer service and to meet the demands of our extremely competitive industry, we must operate safely and efficiently with a high degree of reliability. To do support this effort, we see the skills of our staff changing over time. Where once we hired engineers who had skills in classical engineering, we now need to add deeper skills in analytics and today’s data science techniques. Keary will review several projects from the TransCanada portfolio and highlight how the skill needs have changed as the PI System, the industry and TransCanada have matured.
Emily holds a Bachelors of Science in Industrial Engineering from Clemson University, MBA from the University of South Carolina and is a Registered Professional Engineer in West Virginia and South Carolina along with a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.
Emily has been with TransCanada for the past 7 years where she has held roles in Pipeline Integrity Technical Services, Measurement and Regulation, System Reliability, and is now the Manager of Capital Projects.
Keary Rogers joined TransCanada in 2005 and has held several roles with increasing responsibilities. As a Project Developer, he played a key role in the development of new prolific Growth and Modernization projects. Keary has nearly 20 years of oil and gas transmission, production, and exploration experience. Keary is now the Core Reliability Manager accountable for the strategic development and execution of Real-time Predictive Analytics and Performance of the compression fleet for TransCanada US Natural Gas Pipelines.