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Increasing Regulations – How operational and human data are colliding to meet the new requirements
April 19 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm MDT
PAYNE INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY SPRING HYBRID SEMINAR SERIES
Increasing Regulations –
How operational and human data are
colliding to meet the new requirements
APRIL 19, 2023
Topic: Increasing Regulations – How operational and human data are colliding to meet the new requirements
SPEAKER: HEIDI GILL, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Urban Solution Group
Hosted by: THE PAYNE INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY
Time: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 2023 | 12:00PM – 1:00PM | FREE LUNCH PROVIDED
LIVE: BROWN HALL, ROOM W250, COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES, 1610 ILLINOIS STREET, GOLDEN, CO 80401 (MAP)
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Please join the Payne Institute for Public Policy at the Colorado School of Mines as we welcome Heidi Gill, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Urban Solution Group, presenting a hybrid presentation titled Increasing Regulations – How Operational and Human Data are Colliding to Meet the New Requirements on Wednesday, April 19, 2023 in Brown Hall or via Zoom. Free lunch will be provided.
Topics to be presented include:
- Colorado has just undergone a massive regulatory overhaul in the oil and natural gas industry. Industry is working tirelessly on how to evolve process, planning and development to meet these new regulations.
- Public opinion and perception are now written into regulations like never before. Any business would struggle to achieve 100% public support in any sector. With oil and natural gas development being such a polarized topic, how can operators successfully navigate passionate public opposition through the permitting and execution phases of development?
- Learn how quantifying the human component is moving the needle on these passionate discussions and public debates.
Heidi Gill serves as CEO of Urban Solution Group. She founded Urban in 2017 to bridge the gap between oil and gas development and social compatibility. Focusing on comprehensive mitigation plans and products, Heidi designed and filed a patent on a new type of sound wall that helps mitigate impacts to surround communities during oil and gas operations. She spearheaded the capital raise to fund the manufacturing of her patented sound walls and now has over six miles of wall on the market which is enough inventory to be on 20-25 locations at once. Her most recent endeavor has been developing NavPlanIQ. A first of its kind, cloud-based energy specific software for long term planning and execution of energy locations with a high focus on regulatory, compliance, noise monitoring and modeling, comprehensive mitigation and stakeholder engagement and grievance management.
Prior to founding Urban, Heidi worked for Anadarko Petroleum where she oversaw all mitigation related activities with her primary focus on drilling, completions and production facilities. Heidi graduated from University of Oregon with bachelor’s degree in public relations and communications.
Heidi was awarded the Denver Business Journal’s 2020 Outstanding Women in Business for the Energy category along with being selected as one of their 2019 40 Under 40. She was awarded the Society of Petroleum Engineers 2019 Steward of the Industry Award. In 2018 she was awarded the Colorado Oil and Gas Association’s 2018 Emerging Leader Award and recognized by the Denver Business Journal as one of Denver’s 2018 Top Women in Energy.