Materials Performance

MAY 2015

Materials Performance is the world's most widely circulated magazine dedicated to corrosion prevention and control. MP provides information about the latest corrosion control technologies and practical applications for every industry and environment.

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Knowledge Transfer—Corrosion Matters Workshop 10–11 June 2015 Royal Over-Seas League (ROSL, SW1A 1LR London) ICorr (Correx) and NACE GB are holding a Workshop on Knowledge Transfer—Corrosion Matters on the 10th and 11th of June 2015 in London. The workshop will provide delegates with an understanding of how information fows within industries, and how they can take other industry practices and deploy them in their own felds. This can be within a project, within industry sector, or across industries. The 4 session chairs, Mike Surkein (Exxonmobil), Andy Duncan (Intertek), Don Harrop (Independent) and Alyn Jenkins (MI Swaco) are all internationally recognised as leaders in their felds. Using a combination of presentations and discussions they will answer some of the questions around how to transfer established knowledge, good practices, and codes from industries such as oil and gas to assets across other industrial sectors standards to ensure compliance for the safe and effcient design and operation. The speakers from Leeds University, BP, The Energy Institute, Schlumberger, Broomfeld Consultants, Apache, CorroDon, Chevron, Intertek, Wood Group Kenny, Sonomatic, Macaw Engineering, Deepwater Corrosion and NPL including the key note speaker Dr Alan Turnbull will lead the audience through the subjects and get involvement from the audience on defning the best ways to transfer knowledge. The aim will be to improve knowledge fow within and between industries so that advancements can be made on learning lessons, thereby beneftting safety and effciency and maximising reliability and proftability. If you would like more information please contact the Institute of Corrosion (Correx) at, +44(0) 1604 893883

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