Wouldn't it be NACE?
Corrosion is the scourge of the oil & gas industry worldwide, eating up maintenance budgets and often causing incidents. A combination of pressure, temperature, flow, and process media creates an environment that can corrode a system's components and equipment over time, especially in sulfur-rich applications. But how can these facilities design around this significant risk to their bottom line and system integrity? The National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) has established standards for materials and processes in the oil & gas industry to reduce the risks of corrosion. Dave Macedonia and Ali Babakr will share what end users and vendors need to know from these standards, how they apply to the hydrocarbon value chain today, and the importance of reducing corrosion in severe applications in such facilities across the world.
The Dawn of a New Era in Automation
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Remote Monitoring & Data Collection
Discussion about Remote Monitoring & Data Collection