The Pipeline Technology Conference (ptc) announces the establishment of a Young Pipeliners Engagement Committee (YPEC), a group of young professionals dedicated to promoting young talent in the international pipeline industry.
The YPEC is made up of a diverse group of young people from around the world who are passionate about the future of the pipeline industry. The committee's primary mission is to engage, inspire, and empower young pipeliners to succeed and drive innovation in the industry. Members of the YPEC meet regularly online to share ideas and collaborate on initiatives aimed at promoting young talent at the ptc. The committee gathers once a year during the ptc in Berlin to discuss the progress and to reconstitute.
The founding members are Kshama Roy, Danny Molyneaux, Marguerite Forde and Anish Goswami.
"We are thrilled to launch the Young Pipeliners Engagement Committee as part of our ongoing commitment to the future of the pipeline industry," said the ptc chairman Dennis Fandrich. "We believe that by empowering young pipeliners, we can help drive innovation and ensure a sustainable future for the pipeline industry."
The YPEC's first major initiative will be to host a series of events at the 2023 ptc in Berlin, including three YPI Awards for young professionals and students.
The ptc invites all young pipeliners to get involved and help shape the future of the industry. To learn more about young pipeliners at ptc and the upcoming events at the 2023 ptc in Berlin, visit www.pipeline-conference.com.