Pipeline

New outdoor lab provides Pipeline Integrity students real world experience

From a layman’s perspective, the Phillips 66 Pipeline Integrity Outdoor Lab is relatively nondescript, save for a few large pipes on the ground.

OSUIT dedicated new GPA/GPSA classroom in Pipeline Integrity program

Representatives from the Gas Processors Association and Gas Processors Suppliers Association were on the OSU Institute of Technology campus Sept. 25 for a ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony of the newly renovated GPA/GPSA Midcontinent Chapter Classroom in the school’s Pipeline Integrity Technology program.

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Koch Pipeline Company makes donation to OSUIT

Koch Pipeline Company, L.P. today announced it will donate 225 feet of pipe valued at over $11,000 to Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology (OSUIT). The pipe will be used by students majoring in a new Pipeline Integrity Technology program designed to support the needs of the growing energy industry.

OSUIT dedicates new Phillips 66 classroom in Pipeline Integrity program

Representatives from Phillips 66 were on the OSU Institute of Technology campus Wednesday for an unveiling and dedication ceremony of the newly renovated Phillips 66 Classroom in the Pipeline Integrity Technology program.

Help Wanted? OSUIT Campus Develops Pipeline Integrity Degree, Industry Partnerships

Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology has introduced a degree program in pipeline integrity, developed in cooperation with a committee of industry advisors that includes transmission pipeline companies, utilities, manufacturers and service providers. OSUIT will grant an associate of applied science degree to graduates, with hopes to add a bachelor’s degree program in the near future.

New instructor has passion for pipelines

Even though this is the first time Joe Bartlett has worked as a faculty member, he’s no stranger to teaching. Working in the private sector, Bartlett taught employees, project managers and inspectors all related to the pipeline industry for close to 20 years.

Protecting the Pipeline

On the average day, most Americans give little thought to the energy pipelines operating near their homes, businesses and highways. On the other hand, the safety and efficiency of our nation’s aging pipeline infrastructure and finding skilled workers to maintain it is a top concern for the energy-transportation industry.