Wed. 4/4
7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
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These speakers (to date) will present at Utica Midstream:

Edward M. Marszal, PE, ISA84 Expert

Edward M. Marszal, PE, ISA84 Expert

President, Kenexis

 

BIO: Mr. Marszal is an ISA84 Expert and the President and CEO of Kenexis. Mr. Marszal has over twenty years of experience in risk analysis and the design and implementation of engineered safeguards, such as safety instrumented systems, relief systems, alarm systems, and fire and gas systems for the oil & gas industry globally.

Mr. Marszal began his career with UOP, a licensor of process units to the petroleum and petrochemical industries, where he performed field verification of control and safety instrumented systems at customer sites, and designed and managed development of custom control and SIS projects. After leaving UOP, Mr. Marszal led a number of risk analysis / engineered safeguard consulting teams culminating in the establishment of Kenexis. Mr. Marszal is committed to providing education on chemical process loss prevention. He is a prolific teacher, author, and lecturer.

Mr. Marszal is a Senior Member of the ISA and serves on the SP84, SP18, and SP91 committees. Mr. Marszal is a past Director of the ISA Safety & Security Division. Mr. Marszal is also a senior Member of the AiChE and a guest alumni lecturer at The Ohio State University.

Mr. Marszal holds a B.S., Chemical Engineering from The Ohio State University. He is a 1992 Registered Professional Engineer (Control Systems), State of Illinois, and the State of Ohio. Ed is a Certified Functional Safety Expert, TU?V and an ISA84 Expert.


Jason Stechschulte

Jason Stechschulte

Commercial Development Manager, Marathon Pipe Line LLC

 

BIO: Jason Stechschulte graduated from Trine University in Angola, Indiana, with a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering in 2003. He joined Marathon Petroleum Corporation (MPC) in 2003 as a pipeline engineer in Findlay, Ohio. Throughout his career at MPC, he has held various engineering, operations, and commercial positions in the marketing and transportation engineering, transportation and logistics, and pipeline organizations. In August 2016, Stechschulte assumed his current position where he leads commercial and engineering development of growth projects, including within the Utica shale, for Marathon Pipe Line LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Marathon Petroleum Corporation. In his current role, he manages commercial growth opportunities for Marathon Pipe Line LLC and MPLX LP. He is a registered professional engineer in the state of Ohio.


Erika Young

Erika Young

Nexus Pipeline, Enbridge

 

More information coming soon.


Brent Breon

Brent Breon

Vice President of Business Development, Caiman Energy II and Blue Racer Midstream

 
BIO: In his current position, Brent Breon is focused on developing gas gathering, compression, processing, and fractionation opportunities in the Marcellus and Utica Shale. Blue Racer is a joint venture formed in December 2012 by Caiman Energy II and Dominion to own, operate, develop and acquire midstream assets. Prior to joining Caiman in 2011, Breon worked at Dominion Resources in various operations, engineering, and business development roles. He graduated from The University of Akron with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and an MBA. Brent has presented an update on the significant infrastructure work of Blue Racer for every midstream seminar we have produced.

Colette Breshears

Colette Breshears

Natural Gas Analyst, Genscape

 

Colette Breshears is a member of the data analysis team at Genscape. With the world’s largest private network of on-the-ground sensors and other technology, Genscape keeps track of product flow through the midstream pipeline networks. The data analysis team takes that information and builds production forecasts – drilling forecasts – around the ability to bring new gas to market.

 

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