Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum

Hello CIM Members and Firends.

Just a reminder to register!

Also, we will be presenting our annual CIM Recognized Member award at our luncheon. Our 2022 recipient is Fraser Rowe and we’d like you to come out and help celebrate his accomplishments in the mining sector.

We are excited to announce that we will be hosting an in-person luncheon on Wednesday March 15th at 12:00 PM. We will be returning to the downtown U of C campus where we previously held our in-person meetings.

This month we will feature Dr. Frank Cheng is a Professor and Canada Research Chair in Pipeline Engineering at the University of Calgary. He is an internationally recognized researcher in Energy Pipeline Technology, specializing in pipeline corrosion and cracking, steel metallurgy, defect assessment, and hydrogen pipelines.

Suitability of existing natural gas pipelines for hydrogen transport - Risk of steel pipes to hydrogen embrittlement

Development of new energy technology at full scale is critical to achieving the 2050 net-zero target. With the lack of a wide range of infrastructure to keep the new energy economy on a rapid-development trajectory, existing pipelines provide a promising alternative for effective and economic transport of new energies (fuels) such as hydrogen.


Important Registration Information

Please register on Eventbrite by using the link below.

This month's luncheon is sponsored by:

Do you have a paper or topic you'd like to present?
We are looking for speakers! If you are interested, please contact us at
Greg Peters - President & Chair
CIM Calgary Branch
Email:  (District 5, Calgary)

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