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Thursday, April 07

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8:30 AM 10:00 AM
1D: Use of Unmanned Aerial Systems in Response
Room: Spirit of Pittsburgh Ballroom B, Level Three
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Chair:
Robert Francis, Senior Project Manager, Shield Environmental Associates
Co-Chair:
Frederick Holt Jr., KY Environment Response Team, Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection
Speakers: An Operator’s Integration and Use of Drone Support for Oil Spill Response in the Inland Environment
Abstract
Allyson Purcell, HSE Coordinator – CM & ER, ConocoPhillips
  Multi-Platform Remote Sensing - Integration of Satellite, Aircraft, Drone, and Aerostat Sensors to get the "Big Picture”
Abstract
Kevin Hoskins, VP, Telecom and Information Systems, Marine Spill Response Corporation
  Kentucky Drone Program - A State's Perspective
Abstract
Sarah Hettel, sUAS Program Coordinator, Kentucky Department of Environmental Protection

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8:30 AM 10:00 AM
2D: Including Indigenous/Tribal Communities in Emergency Response Planning
Room: 301-304, Level Three
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Chair:
Kelly Malinoski, Director, Emergency Management, Trans Mountain Pipeline LP
Co-Chair:
Kent Lien, Technical Leader, Emergency Management, Canada Energy Regulator
Speakers: U.S. Regulatory and Policy Perspective
Abstract
Mary Goolie, Alaska RRT Coordinator/Area Planner, U.S. EPA Region 10
  U.S. Tribal Perspective and Experience
Abstract
Travis Hallam, Pipeline Authority/Director, Three Affiliated Tribes Pipeline Authority
  Canadian Indigenous Perspective and Experience
Abstract
Raymond Cardinal, Committee Member, TMX Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee (IAMC)
  Operational Perspective
Abstract
Tina Donald, Chair -TMX Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee Emergency Management Sub-Committee, Simpcw First Nation

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10:30 AM 12:00 PM
1E: Response Case Studies
Room: Spirit of Pittsburgh Ballroom B, Level Three
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Chair:
Cory Davis, Sr. VP, Operations & Principal Consultant, CTEH
Co-Chair:
Shasta Steinweden, Complaint Coordinator, Montana Department of Environmental Quality
Speakers: Hurricane Ida Salvage Response Operations and Case Studies
Abstract
Jim Elliott, Chief Operating Officer, Teichman Group, LLC
  West Virginia Tire Fire Oil Spill Control
Abstract
Drew McCarty, President, Specialized Professional Services, Inc.
  When Right of Ways become Rivers: A Look at Trans Mountain’s Response to the British Columbia/Washington State 2021 Floods
Abstract
Ken McLernon, Manager, Emergency Management, Trans Mountain Pipeline LP

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10:30 AM 12:00 PM
2E: Emergency Response Planning for Unique Hazards
Room: 301-304, Level Three
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Chair:
Kelly Malinoski, Director, Emergency Management, Trans Mountain Pipeline LP
Speakers: Environmental Sampling and Livestock Health: Implications for Animal Health and Downstream Litigation
Abstract
Scott Malm Ph.D., Project Toxicologist, CTEH
Co-Author(s):
Kelly Scribner Tuttle, Senior Toxicologist, CTEH
Helen Dubach, Director, Response Management, CTEH RM
  How to Avoid a Lithium-Ion Fire and What to do Before one Happens
Abstract
Angie Martin, Senior Vice President, Heritage Environmental Services
  Colonial Cyber Incident - An Overview
Abstract
Craig Wyatt, Director, Crisis Management & Response, Colonial Pipeline Company

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