Materials Performance

SEP 2018

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Your Association in Action 51 MATERIALS PERFORMANCE: VOL. 57, NO. 9 SEPTEMBER 2018 N A C E O F F I C E R S P R E S I D E N T Jeffrey L. Didas* Matcor, Inc. Tucson, AZ, USA V I C E P R E S I D E N T Terry Greenfield* CorroMetrics Services, Inc. Mobile, AL, USA T R E A S U R E R Michael Ames* Chapman Engineering Boerne, TX, USA P A S T P R E S I D E N T Samir Degan* Osnar Paints and Contracts Pvt. Mumbai, India C H I E F E X E C U T I V E O F F I C E R Robert H. Chalker* NACE International Houston, TX, USA D I R E C T O R S Debra Boisvert/2015-2019 Target Products, Ltd. Burnaby, BC, Canada Mohammed Al-Subaie/2016-2019 Saudi Aramco Dhahran, Saudi Arabia Jorge Cantó/2016-2019 Corrosion y Proteccion Hidalgo, Mexico Cris Conner/2016-2019 Utility Service & Maintenance, Inc. St. Louis, MO, USA Andrew Haiko/2016-2019 LTK Engineering Services Ambler, PA, USA Eric Langelund/2016-2019 Piping & Corrosion Specialties, Inc. Millersville, MD, USA Daniel P. Adley/2017-2019 KTA-Tator, Inc. Pittsburgh, PA, USA C. Lindsay Enloe/2017-2020 Utility Safety & Design Swansea, IL, USA Michael S. O'Brien/2017-2020 MARK 10 Resource Group, Inc. Richmond, VA, USA Toyoji Takeuchi/2017-2020 Sumitomo Heavy Industries Marine Engineering Co., Ltd. Yokosuka, Japan Bernardo Duran/2018-2021 AZZ Metal Coatings Fort Worth, TX, USA Amir Eliezer/2018-2021 TRYMER, Ltd. Beer-Sheva, Israel Ryan Tinnea/2018-2021 Tinnea & Associates Seattle, WA, USA E X O F F I C I O D I R E C T O R S Keith Perkins President, NACE International Foundation Chris Fowler, FNACE President, NACE International Institute *Executive Committee members cations; and effective control, recycle, and disposal of elements that effect the environ- ment are examples of how the impact of corrosion on the environment has been addressed. TCC members continue to identify areas where lack of knowledge or standards have hindered the progress of corrosion management, and work to overcome these deficiencies through continuous improve- ments in dissemination of knowledge, assistance in educating corrosion profes- sionals and the public, and addressing key, urgent issues through symposiums and forums held worldwide. Control of the impact of corrosion on the environment is not limited to industri- alized countries but must expand to every corner of the world. In response to this need, the TCC established processes through Section Technology Advisory Groups (STAGs) to expand activities world- wide, allowing members to address their local and regional needs for corrosion- related technical information exchanges and the development of standards and guidelines. Such approaches are enabling our members to educate and influence decision makers at all levels and highlight the importance of managing corrosion. By implementing industry best practices, soci- ety can safeguard the environment and reduce the cost of corrosion and its impact on every country's population and economy. Safeguarding the environment will con- tinue to be one of the primary focuses of NACE and the TCC through its members' various activities, such as industry stan- dards development, to enable advances in corrosion management, reduce the release of contaminants into the environment, and improve the world economy and the lives of people around the world. (—Khlefa Esaklul, TCC Chair 2017-2019) NACE NEW ORLEANS SECTION 20TH ANNUAL EDUCATION WEEK DECEMBER 3-8, 2018 • NEW ORLEANS AIRPORT HILTON Register for NACE Section Local Courses at nace.org/nolaedu NACE NEW ORLEANS SECTION COURSES DATES PRICE INSTRUCTOR Corrosion in Oil and Gas Production (COG) December 3-5 $400 Charlie Speed, Consultant Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI) December 3-5 $500 Peter Bock, CUI Consultant Rectifier School (RECT) December 3-4 $250 Trey Johnston, Corrpro Oilfield Operator Chemical School (OOCS) December 6-7 $300 Charlie Speed & 15 Other Experts (www.nace.org/nolaOOCS) GENERAL NACE EDUCATION COURSES DATES PRICE NACE CERTIFIED INSTRUCTORS Basic Corrosion (BC) December 3-7 For pricing and to register for these NACE General Education courses, go to nace.org/ nolacourses Bop Phull Designing For Corrosion Control (DCC) December 3-7 Jerry Byrd Corrosion in Refining Industry (CCRI) December 3-7 Ray Quinter Protective Coatings Specialist (PCS-1 BASIC) December 3-5 Kat Coronado Protective Coatings Specialist (PCS-2 ADVANCED) December 6-8 Kat Coronado Students are responsible for hotel reservations. Contact the New Orleans Airport Hilton at +1 504-469-5000 or 1 800-445-8667 and ask for the NACE Event Rate Code: NAC. Room rate is $139/night. For pricing and to register for NACE General Education courses, go to nace.org/nolacourses For information about New Orleans Section Events, go to nace.org/nola For questions, call Charlie Speed at +1 504-400-7878 I N T E R N A T I O N A L Your Association in Action

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