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NACE 2020 Call for Abstracts Opens Next Week

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

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While the industry is just days away from NACE’s 2019 Corrosion Conference & Expo, which will run March 24-28 at the Nashville Music City Center, in Nashville, the call for abstracts will soon be open for next year’s conference, which is slated to be held in Houston.

Nearly 40 different topics are scheduled to be presented at next year’s conference. This includes:

  • The Oil/Gas Coating Technology Symposium – abstracts for which should focus on themes such as high-temperature FBE coatings, impact of salt removal chemicals on coating performance, offshore deck coatings and cathodic disbondment mechanism, among other topics;
  • Anodic and Cathodic Protection – abrastcts for which should focus on anodic and cathodic protection on ferrous materials in pipeline, oil, gas and water systems;

  • Advances in Materials for Oil and Gas Production – a segment seeking papers that present advances in materials technology and research for oil and gas, with additional focus on new and improved metallic materials and applications, and this includes consideration and evaluation of the material's performance in its envisaged exposure environment, along with field experiences, failure analysis and mitigation through metallurgical innovative solutions;
  • Recent Experiences with Austenitic and Duplex Stainless Steels – abstracts for which should focus on recent experiences with stainless steels, end-user experiences from the process industries such as: chemical processing, pulp and paper, oil and gas, desalination, pharmaceutical and power generation; with additional topics including: successes, failures, material selection, fabrication and new developments;
  • Thermal and Cold Spray Coatings – a segment seeking papers that cover all aspects of thermal and cold spray coatings for mitigation of corrosion and wear, including coverage of results of basic and applied research on thermal spray processes and coating materials, including field experience in thermal spray coatings, materials, processes and strategies for corrosion control, as well as contributions in conventional and novel thermal and cold spray coating systems used to prevent corrosion and wear in offshore, onshore, oil and gas and other sectors; 
  • Sour Corrosion – abstracts for which should focus on advances in sour corrosion in oil and gas production, with emphasis on sour corrosion mechanisms, mitigation strategies, case histories and best practices in corrosion management; and
  • Control of Problematic Micro-organisms in Oil and Gas Field Operations – a segment seeking papers is discussing treatments and monitoring techniques pertaining to the control of microbiological problems and biogenic H2S in oil, water and gas systems for upstream and downstream operations. Papers may include laboratory and/or field results.

The call opens March 25 and closes May 13.

For a full list of presentation topics and abstract submissions forms, click here.


Tagged categories: Asia Pacific; Calls for papers; Conferences; Corrosion; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Good Technical Practice; Latin America; NACE; North America; Z-Continents

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