Joe Paviglianiti, BSc. P.Eng.
IPC 2024 Conference Chair
Mr. Paviglianiti is an Engineering Technical Leader at the Canada Energy Regulator (CER) in Calgary, Canada with over 40 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. He started his career in pipeline and facility construction and for the past 26 years has worked for the CER. Joe's responsibilities at the CER have included incident investigation, auditing and reviewing integrity management programs and fitness for service assessments. Joe is the past chairman of the Canadian oil and gas standard CSA Z662 Technical Committee and still participates as a voting member. He is also the Canadian representative on the ISO TC67/SC 2 committee. Joe is actively involved in ASME and is a past Chairman of the Pipeline Systems Division (PSD). For over 20 years, Joe has been an active participant on the IPC organizing committee.
IPC 2024 Conference Vice Chair
Taylor Shie is employed by Shell in their Hydrogen group within the Project and Technology organization. He has almost 20 years of experience in pipeline integrity management with a variety of focus areas. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from The Ohio State University.
He began his career with DNV in Columbus, OH where he developed expertise related to fracture mechanics, stress corrosion cracking, in-line inspection tool validation, root cause analysis, and risk management. During this time, he also got involved with various ASME pipeline related activities. In 2021, he was nominated and elected as an ASME Fellow and in 2022 he served as the Technical Committee Chair for the International Pipeline Conference. In 2013, he moved to Houston, TX and began working for Shell. At Shell he development expertise related to coatings, corrosion, crack management, hydrotesting, facility integrity, and now hydrogen. While at Shell he started supporting activities related to PRCI. He is currently the Chair of the Crack Management Strategic Research Priority and an active participant within the Emerging Fuels Institute as the voting member for Shell. He was a recipient of the 2023 PRCI Distinguished Service Award.