Corrosion 2017 Conference & Expo - Schedule
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Friday, March 24, 2017
TimeLocationSessionTypeCommittee(s)
Fri. 7:30am - 5pm Hilton Riverside - Quarterdeck Ballroom NACE Foundation Board of Directors
Administrative
Fri. 8am - 5pm Hilton Riverside - Bridge OGP 23936 (ISO TC 67/WG 7/TG "Non-Metallics") Session I
ISO
Fri. 11:30am - 6pm Hilton Riverside - Port Executive Committee/ Board Orientation
Administrative
Fri. 2 - 5pm Hilton Riverside - Pelican Room International Area Director's Meeting
Other
Saturday, March 25, 2017
TimeLocationSessionTypeCommittee(s)
Sat. 7:30am - 5:30pm Hilton Riverside - Quarterdeck Ballroom Board of Directors
Administrative
Sat. 8am - 5pm Hilton Riverside - Canal OGP 23936 (ISO TC 67/WG 7/TG "Non-Metallics") Session II
ISO
Sat. 8am - 5pm Hilton Riverside - St. Charles Ballroom Train the Trainer Session I
Other
Sat. 10am - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Volunteer Day
Join the NACECares team as we partner with New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity to provide families a chance to attain their dream of home ownership. Transportation and lunch will be provided. Please sign up today at nace.org/volunteernola
Other
Sunday, March 26, 2017
TimeLocationSessionTypeCommittee(s)
Sun. 8 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 205 TEG 526X - High Temperature, High Pressure, Corrosive, Service Enviornments pertaining to Oil and Gas and other Industrial Applications
Technical
TEG 526X [03 (33)]
Sun. 8 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 224 NII Certification Commission
Other
Sun. 8 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 207 Area Coordination Committee
Administrative
Sun. 8 - 11am Crescent Park - 22nd Annual NACE Race
All proceeds benefit the NACE Foundation.
Networking
Sun. 8am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-03 MR0175/ ISO 15156 Maintenance Panel
ISO
Sun. 8am - 12pm Hilton Riverside - Canal OGP 23963 ISO TC67/ WG7/ TG Non-Metallics
ISO
Sun. 8am - 3pm TPC Louisiana Golf Course - NACE Foundation Darrel D. Byerley Memorial Golf Tournament
All proceeds benefit the NACE Foundation.
Networking
Sun. 8am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Registration Desk Conference Proceedings Flash Drive
Conference proceedings are available via USB flash drive and online. The USB will be provided at the registration desk. Additional USBs are available for purchase at registration or CorrStore for $149. Online access will be available to advance registrants starting 27 March 2017.
Other
Sun. 8am - 5pm Hilton Riverside - St. Charles Ballroom Train the Trainer Session II
Other
Sun. 8am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 229 TEG 474X - Nanotechnology and Corrosion
Technical
TEG 474X [60]
Sun. 9 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 227 Technical Committees 101 Session I
Is this your first time at CORROSION? Have you been a member and always wondered how our standards are developed or how you can play a role in the process? If so, technical committee officers and NACE staff members are offering two separate sessions, one on Sunday and a second opportunity for Monday, to welcome you to Technical Committees 101. As a participant, this session will benefit you by: • Providing a basic understanding of how technical committees work • Learning how you can get involved in technical standards development • Identifying research topics of greatest interest to you and your company • Answering your technical committee questions
Other
Sun. 9 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 216 TG 481 - Nuclear Power Plant Buried Pipe Coatings Condition Assessment
Technical
TG 481 [41 (03)]
Sun. 9 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 215 TEG 197X - Cathodic Protection: Pipe-Type Cable
Technical
TEG 197X [05]
Sun. 9 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 208 TG 512 - Downhole Corrosion and Scale Inhibitor Application via Capillary Tubing
Technical
TG 512 [31 (60, 61)]
Sun. 9 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 213 Annual Conference Program Committee (ACPC) Session I
Administrative
Sun. 9am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 228 TEG 163X - Boiler Waterside Failure Analysis
Technical
TEG 163X [11 (62)]
Sun. 9am - 2pm High Point Shooting Grounds - NACE Foundation Clays for a Cause
All proceeds benefit the NACE Foundation.
Networking
Sun. 9am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-08 TEG 097X - Electrochemical Measurements
Technical
TEG 097X [62 (41)]
Sun. 10 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 225 TG 261 - Vapor Corrosion Inhibitors and Rust Preventives for Interim (Temporary) Corrosion Protection
Technical
TG 261 [61 (02)]
Sun. 10 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 216 TG 485 - Identification of Existing Buried Pipe Coatings in Nuclear Power Plants
Technical
TG 485 [41 (03)]
Sun. 10 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 212 TG 522 - Technical Guidance for Using Self-Propelled In-Line Inspection Devices in the Direct Examination Phase of External Corrosion Direct Assessment
Technical
TG 522 [35 (31, 41)]
Sun. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 214 TEG 098X - Acoustic Emission Testing and Measurement
Technical
TEG 098X [62]
Sun. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 224 NII Specialty Board for Protective Coatings
Other
Sun. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 223 TG 025 - Alternating Current (AC) Power Systems, Adjacent: Corrosion Control and Related Safety Procedures
Technical
TG 025 [05 (03, 35)]
Sun. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 205 TEG 346X - Offshore Coatings: Laboratory Testing Criteria
Technical
TEG 346X [02 (03, 44)]
Sun. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 232 TEG 043X - Reinforced Concrete: Cathodic Protection
Technical
TEG 043X [01]
Sun. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 203 MP Editorial Advisory Board
Administrative
MP EDIT
Sun. 11am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 213 TG 046 - Cathodic Protection of Prestressed Concrete Elements
Technical
TG 046 [01 (05, 41)]
Sun. 11am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 215 TEG 186X - Environmentally Assisted Cracking
Technical
TEG 186X [60]
Sun. 11am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 227 TEG 208X - Pipeline Crossings: Steel-Cased, Thrust-Bored, and HDD
Technical
TEG 208X [35 (05)]
Sun. 11am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 216 TEG 473X - Power Generation and Delivery Education Roadmap
Technical
TEG 473X [41]
Sun. 11am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-01 TEG 282X - Oil and Gas Production, Sour Corrosion: Information Exchange
Technical
TEG 282X [31 (60, 61, 62)]
Sun. 11:30am - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 208 Western Area Board of Trustee Meeting
Other
Sun. 12 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 204 Publications Activities Committee
Administrative
Sun. 12 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 209 Latin American Area Board of Trustees
Other
Sun. 1 - 2pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 216 TEG 183X - Combustion and Conversion of Fossil and Alternative Fuels
Technical
TEG 183X [41]
Sun. 1 - 2pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 227 TG 223 - Pipelines, Steel: Standard for In Situ Internal Cleaning and Coating
Technical
TG 223 [35 (03)]
Sun. 1 - 2:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 203 TG 358 - Hydrofluoric Acid and Hydrogen Fluoride: Review of NACE Publication 5A171
Technical
TG 358 [36 (34)]
Sun. 1 - 2:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 225 TG 160 - Steam Generating Systems: Shut-Down/Lay-Up/Start-Up
Technical
TG 160 [11]
Sun. 1 - 2:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 214 TG 352 - Coating Systems (External) for Pipeline Directional Drill Applications
Technical
TG 352 [03 (04, 35)]
Sun. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 215 TG 526 - Standard Practice for Cathodic Protection of Structures Submerged in Fresh Water
Technical
TG 526 [05]
Sun. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 218 TG 446 - Review of NACE SP0186-2007
Technical
TG 446 [35 (05)]
Sun. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 228 TEG 118X - Failure Prevention Case Histories
Technical
TEG 118X [36 (39)]
Sun. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 212 TEG 314X - Pipelines: Liquid Petroleum Industry Corrosion Control Issues Forum
Technical
TEG 314X [35 (02, 03, 04, 05)]
Sun. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 224 NII Specialty Board for Pipeline Coatings
Other
Sun. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - SBP Levee Tour for student
Other
Sun. 1 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 226 Central Area Board of Trustees Meeting
Other
Sun. 1 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 221 East Asia and Pacific Area Board of Trustees Meeting
Other
Sun. 1 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 222 TEG 341X - Oil and Gas Production, Oil Sands: Information Exchange
Technical
TEG 341X [31 (11, 33, 34)]
Sun. 1 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 217 TEG 094X - State-of-the-Art Research on Corrosion Inhibitors
Technical
TEG 094X [61]
Sun. 1:30 - 4:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-03 TG 299 - NACE MR0175/ISO 15156: Oversight of Maintenance Panel
Technical
TG 299 [32]
Sun. 1:30 - 4:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 207 Technical Coordination Committee (TCC) Session I
Administrative
Sun. 2 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 223 TEG 262X - Interference Problems
Technical
TEG 262X [05 (35)]
Sun. 2 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 213 TG 054 - Reinforced Concrete: Electrochemical Chloride Removal and Realkalization
Technical
TG 054 [01 (41)]
Sun. 2 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 216 TG 441 - Minimum Performance Standard for Above-Grade Corrosion Control of Original Equipment Transmission, Distribution, and Substation Structures by Coating Systems
Technical
TG 441 [41 (02)]
Sun. 2:30 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 203 TEG 119X - Hydrofluoric Acid: Materials for Receiving, Handling, and Storing
Technical
TEG 119X [36 (34)]
Sun. 2:30 - 4:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 214 TG 030 - Coating Conductance
Technical
TG 030 [03 (05, 35, 62)]
Sun. 2:30 - 5:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 225 TEG 503X - Practical Applications of Water Treatment in Industrial and Commercial Systems
Technical
TEG 503X [11]
Sun. 2:30 - 5:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 205 TG 533 - Report on Underdeposit Corrosion (UDC) of Pipelines
Technical
TG 533 [35 (31, 60)]
Sun. 2:30 - 5:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 232 Nigerian Corrosion Professionals
Other
Sun. 3 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 215 TEG 022X - Corrosion Control Coordinating Committee
Technical
TEG 022X [05 (01)]
Sun. 3 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 213 TG 045 - Reinforced Concrete: Anode Test Procedures
Technical
TG 045 [01 (05)]
Sun. 3 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 223 TEG 179X - Cathodic Protection
Technical
TEG 179X [05]
Sun. 3 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 218 TG 370 - Pipeline Corrosion Management
Technical
TG 370 [35 (02, 03, 05)]
Sun. 3 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 228 TG 325 - CUI: Reaffirmation of NACE SP0198 (formerly RP0198), "The Control of Corrosion Under Thermal Insulation and Fireproofing Materials—A Systems Approach"
Technical
TG 325 [36 (03, 04)]
Sun. 3 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 224 NII Policy and Practices Committee Meeting
Other
Sun. 3 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 206 TEG 108X - Hydrogen Permeation Technology—Online
Technical
TEG 108X [62 (31, 34)]
Sun. 3 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 212 TEG 530X - Renewable Energy Facilities Design, Construction and Commissioning
Technical
TEG 530X [41]
Sun. 4 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 216 TEG 182X - Geothermal System Corrosion
Technical
TEG 182X [41]
Sun. 4 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 213 TG 460 - Testing and Evaluation of Corrosion on Steel-Framed Buildings
Technical
TG 460 [01 (02)]
Sun. 4 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 203 TEG 428X - Hot-Dip Galvanizing for Steel Corrosion Protection
Technical
TEG 428X [02 (03, 04)]
Sun. 4 - 5:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 204 TG 295 - Lining Tanks and Vessels for Immersion Service--Review of NACE SP0178-2007
Technical
TG 295 [04 (02, 03, 43)]
Sun. 4:30 - 5:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 214 TG 523 - Consequences of Coating Failures as Related to Interaction with Cathodic Protection
Technical
TG 523 [03]
Sun. 4:30 - 5:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-03 MR0175/ ISO 15156 Maintenance Agency
ISO
Sun. 4:30 - 5:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 210 General Membership Business
Other
Sun. 5:30 - 7pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Great Hall A Opening Reception
Opening Night Reception opens CORROSION 2017 in New Orleans as attendees and exhibitors interact over drinks and hors d’oeuvres. Drink tickets will be provided at registration. This reception is co-sponsored by Carboline Company and NACE International. The two organizations are bound together by a common vision of corrosion prevention, environment preservation, and education.
Networking
Monday, March 27, 2017
TimeLocationSessionTypeCommittee(s)
Mon. 7 - 8am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - D-3 Speaker's Breakfast Monday
Other
Mon. 8 - 8:45am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-01 Plenary Lecture
Presented by: David H. Kroon, P.E
Other
Mon. 9 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 227 Technical Committees 101 Session II
Is this your first time at CORROSION? Have you been a member and always wondered how our standards are developed or how you can play a role in the process? If so, technical committee officers and NACE staff members are offering two separate sessions, one on Sunday and a second opportunity for Monday, to welcome you to Technical Committees 101. As a participant, this session will benefit you by: • Providing a basic understanding of how technical committees work • Learning how you can get involved in technical standards development • Identifying research topics of greatest interest to you and your company • Answering your technical committee questions
Other
Mon. 9 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 205 TG 390 - Revision of NACE Publication 3T199
Technical
TG 390 [62 (11, 31)]
Mon. 9 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 209 TG 544 - Ripple Load Test for Evaluation of Sour Service Cracking Resistance
Technical
TG 544 [32]
Mon. 9 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 208 TG 168 - Cathodic Protection Systems, Retrofit, for Offshore Platforms
Technical
TG 168 [30]
Mon. 9am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 226 TEG 202X - Flow Assurance in Oil and Gas Production: Information Exchange
Technical
TEG 202X [31 (61, 62)]
Mon. 9am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 225 Cost of Cleaning or Not; Review of Methods and Fundamentals of Chemical and Mechanical Cleaning
This symposium includes technical papers on the economics of chemical and mechanical cleaning and studies on increased efficiency due to new methods. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 188X Chair: Roxanne Shank Vice Chair: TBD
Symposia
Mon. 9am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 232 Corrosion Control in Pulping, Papermaking & Biomass Conversion Industries
This symposium includes technical papers to increase awareness of corrosion problems in the pulp, paper & biomass conversion industries, including material solutions, new corrosion data, and preventative corrosion methods. Sponsoring Committee: STG 38 Chair: Matthew Tunnicliffe
Symposia
Mon. 9am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-02 Future of Regulations and Standards-Performance Based Measures VS. Prescriptive Measures
Presented by: Oliver Moghissi, DNV GL North America Oil & Gas Over the past several years, standard-developing organizations and regulators have seen a powerful conversation on the use of performance-based measures versus prescriptive measures. Join policy makers and industry leaders as they discuss future direction of regulations and standards.
Forum
Mon. 9am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 223 Corrosion in the Water/Wastewater Infrastructure
Presented by: Robert Boswell, Boswell consulting and testing services Ltd., Dr. Graham Bell, HDR, Brenden Sheehan & Steven Fox, City of San Diego, Gwen Wood Chabane, Allen Cox, Ian McFatridge, and Doug Kanis This Forum will discuss the challenges successes and obstacles that face cities municipalities and water utilities in there efforts to continue providing safe clean water post the Flint Michigan crises, the subjects the speakers will talk about are the following: • Comparison and Contrast of Corrosion Control in the Water and Wastewater Industries with the Rest of the Corrosion Control World • Corrosion Control Case Studies from the City of San Diego • Review of the Contributions of Corrosion to Chromium in Drinking Water • Corrosion and Its Control, Polyethylene Encasement (V-Bio™), for Cast and Ductile Iron Pipelines • Case Studies of the Use and Abuse of Polyurethane Coatings in Water and Wastewater Environments • The use of engineered software tool for surveying asset conditions • Interior and exterior corrosion, prevention and mitigation, project specifications and plans for rehabilitation, and reducing negative impact on the environment during tank re-coating projects.
Forum
Mon. 9am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 216 Award's Committee
Other
Mon. 9am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 220 TEG 368X - Electric Utility Transmission and Distribution Corrosion and Grounding: Discussion of Issues
Technical
TEG 368X [41]
Mon. 9am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 221 TEG 509X - Materials Selection and Corrosion Control in the Mineral Processing Industries
Technical
TEG 509X [36]
Mon. 9am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 229 Coatings and Inhibitors (Day 1)
This Research in Progress session will focus on presentations related to the performance and evolution mechanisms of coatings/inhibitors through chemical or electrochemical (corrosion) aspects, and the interrelationship between composition, processing/technique, microstructural/nanostructural features, and the test environment and coating/inhibitor performance.‎ Approaches to design of improved coating materials and inhibitors and processes based on scientific and experimental data applied to harsh or aggressive environments. Latest development of test methods considering the interplay between mechanical, chemical, and electrochemical interactions and the ability to predict performance in aggressive environments. Emphasis on valid, accelerated performance tests and relation between test technique and field performance data. High performance coatings characterization in oxidizing and corrosive environments while exposed in corrosive applications. Current modeling aspects to predict properties, performance, durability and reliability of coatings and/or inhibitors in aggressive environments. Chair: Homero Castaneda-Lopez Vice Chair: Kristen Williams
RIP
Mon. 9am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Monday Guest Tour: The Big Easy
From the sultry history of the French Quarter to the majesty of St. Charles Avenue’s stately mansions, this is a thorough and fascinating introduction to the endless variety of sights found in the “Big Easy.” Come on a fascinating roundabout of the city’s unique neighborhoods.
Other
Mon. 9am - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 213 Corrosion of Biomedical Materials and Devices
This symposium includes technical papers concerning the effects of the biological environment within the human body as it pertains to the performance of biomedical materials and devices. Topics that include corrosion, failure analysis, oxidation of metals and polymers, absorbable materials, biocompatibility are welcome. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 331X Chair: Amir Eliezer Vice Chair: Vilupanur Ravi
Symposia
Mon. 9am - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 231 Geothermal Scaling and Corrosion
This symposium includes technical papers on scaling and corrosion in geothermal energy systems from drilling and completions through production and reinjection. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 182X Chair: Sigrun Karlsdottir Vice Chair: Keith Lichti
Symposia
Mon. 9am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 230 Environmental Assisted Cracking - Research in Progress
This Research in Progress session includes papers that focus on all aspects of environment assisted cracking, with a specific focus on, but not limited to, cracking of stainless steels, magnesium, aluminum and nickel alloys. Studies related to the resistance of materials to the initiation and growth of cracks during stress corrosion cracking and corrosion fatigue are encouraged. In addition, studies related to the development of novel techniques to monitor crack initiation and growth, including pit-to-crack transition, testing protocols/environments and life prediction models are welcomed. Focus should be on the most current results and research in progress. Chair: Jenifer Locke Vice Chair: Brendy Rincon Troconis
RIP
Mon. 9am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 214 Recent Experiences with Nickel, Titanium, Zirconium and Other Corrosion Resistance Alloys
This symposium includes technical papers related to experiments with corrosion resistant alloys such as nickel, titanium and zirconium alloys in both aqueous and high temperature environments. Sponsoring Committee: STG 39 Chair: Suresh Divi Vice Chair: Ralph Baessler
Symposia
Mon. 9am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-01 Anodic & Cathodic Protection (Day 1)
This symposium includes technical papers about oil, gas and water and anodic and cathodic protection. Sponsoring Committee: STG 05 Chair: David Kroon Vice Chair: TBD
Symposia
Mon. 9am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-04 Offshore Coating Technology Symposium
The Symposium includes technical papers on the following technical subject; (1) offshore coating test methods, (2) Surface tolerant maintenance coating, (3) New offshore coating development, (4) Failure analysis of premature offshore coating failures. (5) offshore ballast water tank coating, (6) Subsea Pipeline Coatings. Sponsoring Committee: STG 02 & STG 03 Chair: Benjamin T. A. Chang Vice Chair: Andy Bodington
Symposia
Mon. 9am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-05 Pipeline Integrity (Day 1)
This symposium will include technical papers on pipeline integrity topics such as inline inspection, direct assessment, internal corrosion, fitness for service, etc. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 267X Chair: Harry Tsaprailis Vice Chair: Bryan Melan
Symposia
Mon. 9am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-06 Refining Industry Corrosion
This symposium includes technical papers related to corrosion and material issues within the refining industry, topics will explore case histories, materials performance, corrosion mechanics and failure analysis. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 205X Chair: Joe Koerner Vice Chair: Trace Silfies
Symposia
Mon. 9am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 210 Achieving Intended Service Life; Corrosion Control Strategies for Reinforced Concrete Structures (1)
This symposium includes technical papers regarding construction practice, methods analyses, or other technical information related to achieving intended service lives for concrete structures. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 053X Chair: Andrea Sanchez Vice Chair: Doug Leng
Symposia
Mon. 9am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 212 Control of Corrosion in Oil and Gas with Inhibitors
This symposium includes technical papers related to the use and/or understanding of corrosion inhibitors in the oil and gas industry. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 184X Chair: Johnathon Brooks Vice Chair: Alyn Jenkins
Symposia
Mon. 9:30 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 204 TG 478 - Summary of Knowledge and Experience on Internal Corrosion of Pipeline Under Dewing Conditions: Top of the Line (TOL) Corrosion
Technical
TG 478 [31 (35)]
Mon. 9:30 - 11:30am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-07 Education Committee and Subcommittee
Other
Mon. 10 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 215 NII Board of Directors
Administrative
Mon. 10 - 11:30am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 217 Student Poster Orientation
Other
Mon. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 205 TEG 100X - Sensors: Corrosion and Corrosiveness Sensor Technology
Technical
TEG 100X [62 (41)]
Mon. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 203 TG 084 - Review and Revise as Necessary NACE Standard MR0176-2012
Technical
TG 084 [32]
Mon. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-08 TG 541 - Coatings System for Reinforced Concrete Structures in Marine Atmospheric Enviorments
Technical
TG 541 [02 (44)]
Mon. 11am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 209 TG 257 - Computerized Environmental Cracking Database
Technical
TG 257 [32 (34, 62)]
Mon. 11am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 204 TEG 092X - Underdeposit Corrosion
Technical
TEG 092X [31 (11, 38, 60, 61)]
Mon. 11:30am - 1:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 215 CORROSION journal Editorial Board
Administrative
Mon. 1 - 2:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 222 TG 082 - Cracking, Stepwise: Pipeline Steels—Review of ANSI/NACE Standard TM0284
Technical
TG 082 [32 (34, 62)]
Mon. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 223 TEG 338X - Cathodic Protection Monitoring: Use of Coupons
Technical
TEG 338X [35 (05)]
Mon. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 216 TG 538 - “Inspection and Assessment of Below Grade and Groundline Corrosion on Weathering Steel on Electrical Transmission and Distribution Structures”
Technical
TG 538 [41 (02, 03)]
Mon. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 208 STG 38 - Process Industry—Pulp, Paper, and Biomass Conversion
Technical
STG 38
Mon. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 204 TEG 514X - Oil and Gas Exploration Corrosion: Information Exchange
Technical
TEG 514X [31 (32, 60)]
Mon. 1 - 3:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 227 TEG 166X - Cathodic Protection in Seawater—Discussion of Current Topics
Technical
TEG 166X [30]
Mon. 1 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 226 TEG 149X - Biocide Application/Misapplication
Technical
TEG 149X [11]
Mon. 1 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 221 TEG 115X - Sulfuric Acid—Material and Experiences
Technical
TEG 115X [36]
Mon. 1 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 228 TEG 528X - Non-Metallic Materials Basic Education
Technical
TEG 528X [10 (33)]
Mon. 1 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Monday Guest Tour: Garden District Tour with Elms Mansion
Learn about the fascinating history and splendor of the Garden District of New Orleans with a narrated walking tour of this famed neighborhood and tour of a private home. Travel down the renowned St. Charles Avenue, leading the way to the Garden District. During the 19th century, this area was known as the “American Sector”, where English, rather than French, was the primary language. A professional guide will escort you through the residential street and recall stories of how the wealthy American Planters, snubbed by Creole society, spared no expense to build palatial mansion and gardens.
Other
Mon. 1 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-02 PHMSA Pipeline Safety Forum
Presented by: Kevin Garrity, Mears Group, Inc., Alan Mayberry, PHMSA NACE members play a critical role in protecting the public from potential catastrophic failures of liquid/gas pipelines. Join policymakers, regulators, and industry experts for a discussion on how PHMSA and other agencies address corrosion in pipeline safety. The forum will provide both a regulator and industry perspective on best pipeline safety practices and latest developments.
Forum
Mon. 1 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 220 Corrosion Knowledge Management (CKM): The Role of Company’s Strategic Management in the Management
Presented by: Reza Javaherdashti, Parscorrosion Consultants, Gerhardus Koch, DNV GL, and Melissa Gould, DNV GL Corrosion management (CM) has been so far taken as the best way of dealing with corrosion. CM mainly consists of, but not limited to, applying methodologies such as CP, coating, materials selection and the like to control the risk of corrosion. However, what these methods all by default are lacking is overlooking the important factor of humans, as reflected in strategy management, economical-ecological models for corrosion and the organic bond between the management resources and the necessity to programme them to control corrosion. The “human factor” in dealing with corrosion is not only limited to recognizing issues such as human errors- such as those applied in, say, application of coating or design and implication of CP. It is much more important than that. It can be thought as to cover issues from the interaction between corrosionists and non-corrosionists (including managers with little or no background in corrosion as well as professional engineers with backgrounds other than corrosion) to the choice of selecting the best model of two existing models for corrosion consulting departments (“consultant –based” and “out-sourcing” models) to handle CM more effectively. In other words, “Human Factor” and its vast importance in both design and application of corrosion management strategy and tactics cannot be ignored.
Forum
Mon. 1 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 203 TCC Operations
Administrative
Mon. 1 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 224 Flow Assurance in Oil & Gas from Inland to Subsea
This symposium includes technical papers scale and corrosion for Deep Water conditions as well as inland Oil & Gas systems. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 202X Chair: Carlos Menendez Vice Chair: Dharma Abayarathna
Symposia
Mon. 1 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 225 Novel Methods of Corrosion Monitoring and Management
This symposium includes technical papers on real time monitoring techniques, electrochemical monitoring, nano technology and optical sensors for corrosion monitoring. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 100X Chair: Slawomir Kus Vice Chair: Sean Brossia
Symposia
Mon. 1 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 232 Corrosion Issues of Biofuels/Conventional Fuels
This symposium includes technical papers covering corrosion concerns involving both biofuels and conventional fuels. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 462X Chair: John Beavers Vice Chair: Omar Lopez-Garrity
Symposia
Mon. 1 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 229 Passivity and Localized Corrosion - Atmospheric (Day 1)
This Research in Progress session includes papers concerning recent research involving passivity and localized corrosion in all forms (including mechanisms of passivation, breakdown, pitting, crevice corrosion, intergranular attack and any applications thereof) are solicited. Contributions highlighting alloys and treatments to improve passivity and resistance to localized corrosion as well as papers describing novel and innovative approaches for studying these areas are welcome. This two-day session will include papers that emphasize atmospheric corrosion as well as those that emphasize aqueous corrosion. Chair: David Enos Vice Chair: David Kolman
RIP
Mon. 1:30 - 5:30pm Hilton Riverside - Windsor Policy Committee
Administrative
Mon. 2 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 207 TEG 523X - Marine Corrosion of Copper Alloys
Technical
TEG 523X [44]
Mon. 2:30 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 222 TG 536 - Evaluation of Carbon and Low-Alloy Steels for Resistance to Stress-Oriented Hydrogen-Induced Cracking (SOHIC)
Technical
TG 536 [32 (34, 62)]
Mon. 3 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 204 TG 254 - Review of NACE Standard TM0212-2012
Technical
TG 254 [35]
Mon. 3 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 223 TG 210 - Cathodic Protection Coupon Technology
Technical
TG 210 [05 (35)]
Mon. 3 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 216 TG 529 - Proposed NACE Standard Practice, “Atmospheric Above Grade Inspection and Assessment of Corrosion on Steel Electrical Transmission, Distribution, and Substation Structures”
Technical
TG 529 [41 (02)]
Mon. 4 - 5:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 226 TG 234 - Cooling Water Equipment, Initial Conditioning
Technical
TG 234 [11]
Mon. 5 - 7pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Exhibit Hall Expo Grand Opening Reception
Exhibit Hall
Mon. 5 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Exhibit Hall Drink Ticket
Monday, March 27th 5:00 PM THRU Wednesday, March 29th 5:00 PM
Other
Mon. 8pm - 12am Ernst Cafe - 30 Below- For Young Students & Professionals Under 30
Students and professionals under the age of 30 are invited to unwind and network during a night out on the town in the “Big Easy.” Connect with the brightest new minds in the world of corrosion as you enjoy an evening of music and food.
Networking
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
TimeLocationSessionTypeCommittee(s)
Tue. 7 - 8am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - D-3 Speaker's Breakfast Tuesday
Other
Tue. 7 - 8:30am Hilton Riverside - Magazine Coatings Council
Other
Tue. 7 - 9am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 207 Fellow's Breakfast
NACE Fellow's only
Other
Tue. 8 - 9am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 225 Corrosion in Mining Exploratory
Technical
Tue. 8 - 9:30am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 208 Northern Area Board of Trustees Meeting
Other
Tue. 8 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 203 TEG 230X - FGD Pollution Control Industries Corrosion Control
Technical
TEG 230X [45]
Tue. 8 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 221 TEG 120X - Metals: Reactive
Technical
TEG 120X [39]
Tue. 8 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 226 TG 170 - Offshore Steel Platforms—Corrosion Control: Review of NACE SP0176
Technical
TG 170 [30 (05)]
Tue. 8 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 217 WG 085c - Double-Cantilever-Beam (DCB) Test
Technical
WG 085c [32 (62)]
Tue. 8 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 213 TEG 311X - Threaded Fasteners: Coatings and Methods of Protection for Threaded Fasteners Used with Structural Steel, Piping, and Equipment
Technical
TEG 311X [02]
Tue. 8 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 215 TG 520 - Pipeline Coating Peel Strength Test
Technical
TG 520 [03]
Tue. 8 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 204 TEG 331X - Biomedical Implant Device Corrosion
Technical
TEG 331X [60]
Tue. 8 - 10:30am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-03 TEG 205X - Refining Industry Information Exchange
Technical
TEG 205X [34]
Tue. 8 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 210 Achieving Intended Service Life; Corrosion Control Strategies for Reinforced Concrete Structures (2)
This symposium includes technical papers regarding construction practice, methods analyses, or other technical information related to achieving intended service lives for concrete structures. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 053X Chair: Andrea Sanchez Vice Chair: Doug Leng
Symposia
Tue. 8 - 11am Hilton Riverside - River Room World Corrosion Organization Board of Administrators
Other
Tue. 8 - 11:30am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 209 TCC Planning Committee
Administrative
Tue. 8am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-06 IMPACT Study What’s New and Next
Presented by: Elaine Bowman, NACE International, Project Manager, Pierre Crevolin, HDIM Protective Coatings Since the 2016 launch of the benchmark IMPACT study, new information has been gathered and analyzed for several geographic areas of the world. This new information will be shared. Additionally, new tools that will help owners of assets direct their corrosion management programs will be demonstrated and shared with forum participants.
Forum
Tue. 8am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 222 Corrosion Knowledge Management of Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion: New Frontiers
Corrosion Knowledge Management of Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion: New Frontiers for Old Problems Presented by: Reza Javaherdashti, Parscorrosion Consultants, Brenda Little, US Naval Research Laboratory, Pierangela Cristiani, Ricerca sul Sistema Energetico – RSE S.p.A. While there are a lot of advances in both understanding and treatment of Microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC), many in industry are still applying the old-fashioned way of recognition (mostly, culture-based filed tests) and treatment. Also some routine industrial practices such as Hydrotesting and application of MFL during intelligent pigging may lead into MIC. This forum will focus on new findings for recognition and treatment of MIC.
Forum
Tue. 8am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 228 Corrosion Solutions for the Chemical Process Industry with Polymer Based Materials
This symposium includes technical papers to discuss successful use of polymer based materials in chemical processing application and aggressive chemical environments. Case histories are encouraged. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 191X Chair: Kira Kaleps Vice Chair: Michael Stevens
Symposia
Tue. 8am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 223 Environmental Assisted Cracking (Day 1)
This symposium includes technical papers related to understanding of all kinds of EAC mechanisms including but not limited to hydrogen embrittlement, stress corrosion cracking, corrosion fatigue, liquid metal embrittlement, and so on. The papers can cover root cause failure analysis in service, lab testing methods, materials modeling, industry standards development, state of art EAC research reviews, and so on. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 186X Chair: Xi Shan Vice Chair: Fei Tang
Symposia
Tue. 8am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 224 Water Treatment Vs. The Economics Associated with Risk and Reliability
This symposium includes technical papers associated with the following areas of interest, mitigation of corrosion and fueling, best practices, new chemistries / new equipment for corrosion and fouling control, failures / failure analysis, chemical cleaning and core histories / studies, all associated with water from pretreatment to the end use and discharge (i.e. wastewater). Sponsoring Committee: STG 11 Chair: Claudia Pierce Vice Chair: Tony Selby
Symposia
Tue. 8am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-01 Anodic & Cathodic Protection (Day 2)
This symposium includes technical papers about oil, gas and water and anodic and cathodic protection. Sponsoring Committee: STG 05 Chair: David Kroon Vice Chair: TBD
Symposia
Tue. 8am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-02 Power Industry Corrosion
This symposium includes technical papers related to corrosion causes, issues, studies, experiences, and/or management practices, including coatings, on steel structures and their related components in the Power Industry. Exposures include below grade, transition zone and atmospheric corrosion of weathering, galvanized and other coated steel structures. Sponsoring Committee: STG 41 Chair: Jon H. Brasher Vice Chair: Graig Cilluffo
Symposia
Tue. 8am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-04 Sour Gas Corrosion
This symposium includes technical papers on sour gas corrosion in oil and gas production. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 282X Chair: Hejian Sun Vice Chair: Sandra Hernandez
Symposia
Tue. 8am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-05 Pipeline Integrity (Day 2)
This symposium includes technical papers on pipeline integrity topics such as inline inspection, direct assessment, internal corrosion, fitness for service, etc. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 267X Chair: Harry Tsaprailis Vice Chair: Bryan Melan
Symposia
Tue. 8am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 229 Corrosion and Reliability of Infrastructure, Honoring the 50 Year Career of Dr. Joe H. Payer
Corrosion of our infrastructure occurs on a daily basis and its costs have been well documented in the joint NACE International / US Federal Highway Administration "Cost of Corrosion" study. This symposium will discuss the fundamental science and engineering at the core of infrastructure reliability including: SCC of ductile materials, crevice corrosion, corrosion modeling and damage evolution, lifetime prediction, and the extension of these principles to risk management in oil and gas, bridges, pipelines, nuclear waste disposal, aging aircraft and ships and marine infrastructure. Chair: Scott Lillard Vice Chair: Kevin Garrity
RIP
Tue. 8am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 230 Passivity and Localized Corrosion - Aqueous (Day 2)
This Research in Progress session includes papers concerning recent research involving passivity and localized corrosion in all forms (including mechanisms of passivation, breakdown, pitting, crevice corrosion, intergranular attack and any applications thereof) are solicited. Contributions highlighting alloys and treatments to improve passivity and resistance to localized corrosion as well as papers describing novel and innovative approaches for studying these areas are welcome. This two-day session will include papers that emphasize atmospheric corrosion as well as those that emphasize aqueous corrosion. Chair: David Enos Vice Chair: David Kolman
RIP
Tue. 8am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 231 Emergent Materials
This Research in Progress session includes papers that provide fundamental insight into the processing-structure-corrosion performance relationships of emergent materials are sought. Emergent materials of interest include nanocrystalline, amorphous and high entropy alloys, nanolaminates, nanostructured coatings, additively manufactured metals and composites. Contributions highlighting materials-by-design concepts and approaches for corrosion resistance are encouraged. Chair: Rajeev Gupta Vice Chair: Eric Schindelholz
RIP
Tue. 8am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 232 Coatings and Inhibitors (Day 2)
This Research in Progress session will focus on presentations related to the performance and evolution mechanisms of coatings/inhibitors through chemical or electrochemical (corrosion) aspects, and the interrelationship between composition, processing/technique, microstructural/nanostructural features, and the test environment and coating/inhibitor performance.‎ Approaches to design of improved coating materials and inhibitors and processes based on scientific and experimental data applied to harsh or aggressive environments. Latest development of test methods considering the interplay between mechanical, chemical, and electrochemical interactions and the ability to predict performance in aggressive environments. Emphasis on valid, accelerated performance tests and relation between test technique and field performance data. High performance coatings characterization in oxidizing and corrosive environments while exposed in corrosive applications. Current modeling aspects to predict properties, performance, durability and reliability of coatings and/or inhibitors in aggressive environments. Chair: Homero Castaneda-Lopez Vice Chair: Kristen Williams
RIP
Tue. 8am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-07 Headshot Station
Networking
Tue. 8:30 - 10:30am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 216 External Cathodic Protection for Nuclear Power Plant Piping Systems
Symposia
TG 491 [41 (05, 35)]
Tue. 9 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 219 TG 339 - Railcars: Coating Application on Exterior Surfaces of Steel Railcars
Technical
TG 339 [43]
Tue. 9:30 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 212 NACE U Student Meeting
Other
Tue. 9:30 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - D-3 Coatings 101: an Introduction to Coatings & Coating Technology Part 1
Presented by: Rae Marie Mattis, GPU This presentation will discuss the following topics: • Why do we paint? • What is this thing, paint anyway? • How does paint work? • How can I make it stick properly? • What often goes wrong! • When to paint • What is the value statement, including risk management?
Exhibit Hall
Tue. 9:30am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Tuesday Guest Tour: That Deep South Cuisine
How can we sum up New Orleans cuisine in one dish? Creole Gumbo? Andouille Jambalaya? Soft-Shelled Crabs? Barbecued Shrimp? Black-Eyed Peas? Crawfish? Beignets? Pralines? What’s the difference between Cajun cooking and Creole cooking? And what is a roux?
Other
Tue. 10 - 10:30am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 219 TG 437 - Maintenance Overcoating of Railcar Exteriors
Technical
TG 437 [43 (02, 04)]
Tue. 10 - 10:30am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 203 STG 45 - Pollution Control, Waste Incineration, and Process Waste
Technical
STG 45
Tue. 10 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 215 TG 251 - Review of NACE SP0109-2009
Technical
TG 251 [03 (04, 35)]
Tue. 10 - 11am Hilton Riverside - Ascott/Newberry Global Partnership Program
Other
Tue. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 217 WG 085e - Development of Test Method for Elevated Temperature in TM0177
Technical
WG 085e [32]
Tue. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 213 TG 148 - Threaded Fasteners: Coatings for Protection of Threaded Fasteners Used with Structural Steel, Piping, and Equipment
Technical
TG 148 [02]
Tue. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 226 TG 169 - Review and Revise as Necessary ANSI/NACE SP0115-2015/ISO 15589-2:2012
Technical
TG 169 [30 (05, 35)]
Tue. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 216 STG 62 - Corrosion Monitoring and Measurement—Science and Engineering Applications
Technical
STG 62
Tue. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 225 TEG 398X - Hydrochloric Acid and Chlorine: Materials and Experiences
Technical
TEG 398X [36 (10)]
Tue. 10am - 12:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 221 TEG 114X - Stainless Steels, Duplex and Ferritic: Application
Technical
TEG 114X [39]
Tue. 10am - 12:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 204 Public Policy & Outreach Committee
Administrative
Tue. 10:30 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 219 TG 379 - Surface Preparation by Encapsulated Blast Media for Repair of Existing Coatings on Railcars
Technical
TG 379 [43]
Tue. 10:30am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-03 TEG 113X - Gas Treating Control Systems Corrosion Minimization
Technical
TEG 113X [34]
Tue. 10:30am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 216 TG 540 - Review and Revise SP0298-2007
Technical
TG 540 [03]
Tue. 11 - 11:30am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 219 TG 394 - Guidelines for Qualifying Personnel as Abrasive Blasters and Coating and Lining Applicators in the Rail Industry
Technical
TG 394 [43 (04)]
Tue. 11am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 215 TG 249 - Review of NACE Standard RP0402-2002
Technical
TG 249 [03 (04, 35)]
Tue. 11am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Exhibit Hall Contractor Awards Program
Corrosive Chronicles (Green Theater) / Booth 2011 CoatingsPro Magazine is presenting its inaugural Contractor Awards at CORROSION 2017! The new program is for commercial and industrial coatings contractors, with project categories including commercial concrete, commercial roof, industrial concrete, industrial steel, specialty project, and contractor/crew MVP. Award winners will be announced in a special ceremony for the contractors.
Exhibit Hall
Tue. 11:15 - 11:45am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 206 Willis Rodney Whitney Lecture
The Whitney Award recognizes public contributions to the science of corrosion.
Other
Tue. 11:30am - 1pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 207 Annual Conference Program Committee (ACPC) Symposium Officer Training
Administrative
ACPC1
Tue. 11:30am - 1:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 209 TCC International Liaison
Other
Tue. 11:45am - 1pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Exhibit Hall Tuesday Lunch
Exhibit Hall
Tue. 12:30 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 208 European Area Board of Trustee
Other
Tue. 12:30 - 3:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Tuesday Guest Tour: Sacred & Mysterious Churches & Cemeteries
Religion is an integral part of the culture and history of New Orleans. On thi, you will delve into the religious culture and spirit of Louisiana by visiting its most famous churches and cemeteries. It is here that you will admire great architecture, exquisite wood, stained glass and stone, and learn about the “Cities of the Dead.”
Other
Tue. 1 - 1:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 219 TG 332 - Review of NACE SP0386-2007
Technical
TG 332 [43 (02, 03)]
Tue. 1 - 2pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 222 TG 504 - Inspection Methods for Corrosion Evaluation of Prestressed Concrete Structures
Technical
TG 504 [01]
Tue. 1 - 2:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 204 TG 356 - Reinforced Concrete: Stray-Current-Induced Corrosion
Technical
TG 356 [01 (05)]
Tue. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 213 TG 525 - Determining True Insulative Value of Liquid Insulative Materials Applied on Steel Surfaces
Technical
TG 525 [02]
Tue. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 226 TEG 059X - Oil and Gas Production, CO2 Corrosion: Information Exchange
Technical
TEG 059X [31 (60, 61)]
Tue. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 203 Internal Corrosion Subcommittee
Other
Tue. 1 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 215 TG 265 - Coating, Polyolefin Resin Systems: Review of NACE SP0185-2007
Technical
TG 265 [03 (04, 05, 35)]
Tue. 1 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 217 TG 085 - Sulfide Corrosion Cracking: Metallic Materials Testing Techniques
Technical
TG 085 [32 (62)]
Tue. 1 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-08 A Taste of Middle East Culture and Our Battle Against Corrosion in the Desert
Presented by: Gasem Fallatah, NACE, Fatima Saeed Al Mazrouei, ADCO, Abdullah Al Ghamdi, Saudi Aramco Middle East is facing a lot of challenges, from the extreme conditions in the desert up to the misconceptions towards the area. How is it like to be in countries that some people think are ""not safe"" to live in? This forum aims to break the negative misconception and give everyone a taste of culture in the Middle East. In the first part of the forum, representatives from one of the embassies in GCC and US Commercial Services in the region will clarify all the issues associated to Middle East, including conflict and safety. Let's verify the cultural stereotype towards the the Middle East. After the forum, we will be able to answer the question: ""Is Middle East a place to go to?"" The second part of the forum will provide a general overview and a series of case-study presentations on corrosion challenges we have in the area. Corrosion issues from Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Kuwait and the technologies used to fight corrosion will be presented. These presentations will also include the companies from different industries working in the Middle East, giving more knowledge for companies that have not explored Middle East yet. In addition, NACE West Asia & Africa Area Office will present the statistics of NACE members (both individual and corporate), the technical groups formed, the courses and conferences held in the region, and the upcoming conferences that can serve as the window of opportunity for a lot of companies.
Forum
Tue. 1 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-06 How to Avoid Premature Coatings Failures
Presented by: Mike O'Brien, MARK 10 Group This practical, informative and lively tutorial, loaded with many pictures from actual coating failures, provides practical tips on how to prevent premature coating failures. Contractors, facility owners, shipbuilders, paint manufacturers, and government organizations continue to spend substantial sums of money each year in unanticipated additional labor and materials, legal fees, and in opportunity costs to investigate, settle, and resolve premature coating failures. These out-of-pocket costs are non-budgetary items; therefore, they come from bottom-line profits. However, more importantly premature coating failures often result in irreparable damage to customer relationships and negatively impact future business opportunities with existing clients. This tutorial is filled with many real life coating failures, investigated by the presenter during his thirty-seven year involvement in the coatings industry. It contains examples from approximately thirty different coating failure investigations with pictures of actual coating failures on steel, hot-dip galvanizing, and concrete. It provides participants with practical knowledge based on how to avoid coating failures, based on sound principles of physics and chemistry. It addresses common errors made by others, who disregarded these principles, often with expensive consequences.
Forum
Tue. 1 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-03 TEG 205X - Refining Industry Information Exchange
Technical
TEG 205X [34]
Tue. 1 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 225 TEG 239X - Nonmetallic Materials of Construction: Expert Panel Discussion
Technical
TEG 239X [10 (39)]
Tue. 1 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 228 Top of Line Corrosion
This symposium includes technical papers on mechanism, modeling, field experience, monitoring, mitigation (design and inhibition). Sponsoring Committee: TEG 515X Chair: Yao Xiong Vice Chair: Fernando Farelas
Symposia
Tue. 1 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 218 TEG 187X - Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion
Technical
TEG 187X [60 (11, 46)]
Tue. 1 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-07 Career Fair
Networking
Tue. 1:30 - 2pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 219 TG 456 - Coating Thickness Measurement, Methods, and Recording—Specific to the Railcar Industry
Technical
TG 456 [43 (02, 03, 04)]
Tue. 1:30 - 2:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Exhibit Hall Corrosion of Mild Steel in Recirculated Cooling and Single-Pass Natural Waters
Corrosive Chronicles (Green Theater) / Booth 2011 Presented by: Vladimir Plashnitsa, Lester M. Dobosz, and Ty V. Tran, ERCO Worldwide The chemical plant heat exchangers are often manufactured of mild steel and operate under the recirculated cooling and/or single-pass natural waters. Both types of waters could affect the corrosion of mild steel in different ways: while the recirculated cooling water could be aggressive because of accumulation of chemical impurities, microbiologically influenced corrosion would be one of the primary reasons for natural water. Under some circumstances, both types of water could be mixed together, making corrosion issues more complex. The condition and treatment of different types of water become of high importance to prevent accelerated corrosion of mild steel and premature failure of the heat exchanger. The discussion will be focused on assessment of the corrosion rate of mild steel in recirculated cooling and natural waters by monitoring and controlling such factors as water quality, water velocity, pH, chloride concentrations, addition of corrosion inhibitors and strong oxidizers, etc. The effect of surface preparation, pretreatment, and condition during operation on corrosion characteristics of mild steel as well as challenges and options of dealing with water treatment when the surface temperature is very high will be also discussed. In addition, economical and environmental limitations and challenges for once-through systems are considered.
Exhibit Hall
Tue. 1:30 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - D-3 Coatings 101: an Introduction to Coatings & Coating Technology Part 2
Presented by: Rae Marie Mattis, GPU This presentation will discuss the following topics: • Why do we paint? • What is this thing, paint anyway? • How does paint work? • How can I make it stick properly? • What often goes wrong! • When to paint • What is the value statement, including risk management?
Exhibit Hall
Tue. 1:30 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 221 TEG 116X - Stainless Steels: Austenitic and Nickel Alloys
Technical
TEG 116X [39]
Tue. 1:30 - 5:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 220 Chinese Society of Corrosion and Protection Seminar
Other
Tue. 2 - 2:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 219 TG 061 - Revision of NACE SP0592 (formerly RP0592)
Technical
TG 061 [43 (03, 36)]
Tue. 2 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 227 TG 470 - Cathodic Disbondment Test for Coated Steel Structures Under Cathodic Protection
Technical
TG 470 [03]
Tue. 2 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 222 TG 044 - Reinforced Concrete: Proposed Revision to NACE SP0290-2007
Technical
TG 044 [01 (05)]
Tue. 2 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 205 West Asia and Africa Board of Trustees meeting
Other
Tue. 2 - 4:30pm Hilton Riverside - River Room World Corrosion Organization General Assembly
Other
Tue. 2 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 212 Ad Hoc ISO Standards Development Committee
ISO
Tue. 2 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 209 Eastern Area Board of Trustees
Other
Tue. 2:30 - 3:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 219 TG 067 - Review of NACE SP0302-2007
Technical
TG 067 [43 (02)]
Tue. 2:30 - 4:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - D-3 Basic Workshop—Proper Use of Coatings Inspection Instruments and Standards
Presented by: Matthew Fajit, KTA-Tator Proper use of coatings inspection instruments, as well as knowledge of industry standards, is vital for all parties involved in corrosion protection using protective coating and lining systems. Lack of knowledge of industry requirements and/or improper use of coatings inspection equipment can result in catastrophic premature coating failure and, if undetected, can cause product contamination and/or loss of structural steel. Painting contractors, who are ultimately responsible for quality control on painting projects, must have knowledge of instrument use to prove compliance with the governing project specification. Facility owners who perform quality assurance during painting operations must have knowledge to help ensure the protection they are paying for is being performed according to the requirements of their specification. Finally, coating manufacturers need to ensure their materials are being applied properly to well-prepared surfaces. Without knowledge of inspection equipment use and an understanding of industry standards, the contractor, facility owner, and the coating manufacturer have little way of determining whether the coating system will perform. The hands-on workshop will cover: • Measuring ambient conditions • Measuring surface profile • Assessing surface cleanliness • Measuring coating thickness • Performing coating adhesion testing
Exhibit Hall
Tue. 3 - 4:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Exhibit Hall Contamination of Stainless Steels
Corrosive Chronicles (Green Theater) / Booth 2011 Presented by: Jeffrey Vatne, S&B Engineers and Constructors There are many potential sources and types of contamination of stainless steel equipment and piping components. And when the problem does happen, schedules get held up, valuable resources are brought to bear, money is spent, and company reputations suffer. Most often, it is iron contamination that is seen. The heat tint from welding may be considered another. In industrial-strength hydrogen peroxide services, even tungsten contamination from the arc strike of a gas tungsten arc weld (GTAW) electrode can spell disaster. So, what is it about not-so-stainless, stainless steel equipment and piping that causes its outright rejection? What are the real corrosion issues? What is the technical basis for rejection? And what are the options to treat it? Attendees are invited to bring both their views and practical experiences to this open forum. We can discuss how to identify the types of contamination, how to assess their risk, how to remove them, and how to specify against them. This will be a great opportunity to network with those like yourself who are likely to contend with this problem.
Exhibit Hall
Tue. 3 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 226 TG 057 - Reinforced Concrete: Corrosion-Resistant Reinforcement
Technical
TG 057 [01 (11)]
Tue. 3 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 227 TG 260 - Review of NACE Standard TM0304-2004; TG 263 - Review of NACE Standard TM0104-2004; TG 264 - Offshore Exterior Submerged Coatings: Standard Test Method; TG 312 - Offshore Platforms: Coatings for Atmospheric and Splash Zone New Construction
Joint Meeting Between TG 260, TG 263, TG 264 and TG 312 (STG 02 & 03)
Technical
TG 260 [02 (33)]
TG 263 [03 (33)]
TG 264 [03 (33)]
TG 312 [02]
Tue. 3 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 213 TG 516 - Standard Practice for Evaluating Protective Coatings for Use Under Insulation
Technical
TG 516 [03 (02, 04, 43)]
Tue. 3 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 208 STG 08 - Corrosion Management
Technical
STG 08
Tue. 4 - 6pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 215 TG 248 - Coatings, Heat-Shrink Sleeves for External Repair, Rehabilitations, and Weld Joints on Pipelines
Technical
TG 248 [03 (04, 35)]
Tue. 5 - 5:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 226 TG 290 - Reinforced Concrete: Design Considerations for Corrosion Control
Technical
TG 290 [01 (41)]
Tue. 7 - 8pm Republic NOLA - NACE Foundation Scholarship Awards Ceremony
*Must have ticket to GenNEXT Bash: Bon Temps Rouler to attend Scholarship Awards Ceremony.
Networking
Tue. 8 - 11pm Republic NOLA - NACE Foundation GenNEXT Bash: Bon Temps Rouler
Limited hosted bar. All proceeds benefit the NACE Foundation.
Networking
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
TimeLocationSessionTypeCommittee(s)
Wed. 7 - 8am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - D-3 Speaker's Breakfast Wednesday
Other
Wed. 8 - 9:30am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-01 STG 32 Officers Meeting
Administrative
STG 32
Wed. 8am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-04 Marine Corrosion; Past, Present & Future (Day 1)
This symposium includes technical papers related to how historical events in marine corrosion have brought about the development of current technologies and practices. Sponsoring Committee: STG 44 Chair: Moavin Islam Vice Chair: Abdul Hameed Al-Hashem
Symposia
Wed. 8am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-02 Microbially Influenced Corrosion (Day 1)
This symposium includes technical papers regarding microbial corrosion research, case studies, control monitoring and treatment. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 187X Chair: Faisal Al-Abbas Vice Chair: Kenneth Wunch
Symposia
Wed. 8:30 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Great Hall A & D Keynote Address
Presented by: Frank Abagnale
Other
Wed. 9:15am - 1:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Wednesday Guest Tour: Louisiana Flatboat Swamp
Forget about the hustle and bustle of the French Quarter and experience another kind of “wildlife”. Enter the land of swamps and marshes, home to hundreds of species of unique and interesting animals and discover the land that gave birth to Cajun culture and cuisine. Boarding a specially designed pontoon boat, this excursion starts on a bayou… local parlance for small rivulet or stream. Gnarled and twisted cypress stumps and branches lushly draped with Spanish moss line the banks of this waterway. Boxed lunch included.
Other
Wed. 10 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 207 TG 472 - Review and Revise TM0294-2007
Technical
TG 472 [01 (05)]
Wed. 10 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 209 TG 342 - Crude Unit Distillation Column Overhead Corrosion
Technical
TG 342 [34]
Wed. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 215 TEG 501X - Accelerated Testing of Nonmetallic Materials
Technical
TEG 501X [33]
Wed. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 227 TEG 080X - Well Casings, Corrosion Control: Information Exchange
Technical
TEG 080X [35]
Wed. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 205 ISO TC 35 TAG
ISO
Wed. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 218 TEG 191X - Corrosion Solutions for the Chemical Process Industry with Polymer Based Materials
Technical
TEG 191X [10 (39)]
Wed. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 204 TG 546 - Soluble Salt Limits based on Service Environment
Technical
TG 546 [04]
Wed. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 225 TEG 159X - Building Fire Protection Systems: Corrosion and Deposit Control
Technical
TEG 159X [11]
Wed. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 203 Annual Conference Program Committee (ACPC) Session II
Administrative
ACPC2
Wed. 10am - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 212 Corrosion Control for Aboveground Storage Tanks
This symposium includes technical papers from tank operators, researchers and suppliers of products and services related to corrosion mitigation and monitoring of aboveground storage tanks. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 132X Chair: Usama Jacir Vice Chair: Calvin Pynn
Symposia
Wed. 10am - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-07 NACE Foundation Mini Camp - CORROSION: Opportunities Realized
Other
Wed. 10am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 213 Corrosion Issues in Military Equipment and Facilities
This symposium includes technical papers that present advances in corrosion technology and research for military equipment and facilities. Focus is on new and improved materials, coatings, techniques, technologies, and applications. New corrosion technologies with applicability to military vehicles, weapon systems, ships, aircraft, support equipment, facilities, and infrastructure are welcome. Sponsoring Committee: STG 40 Chair: Robert Mason
Symposia
Wed. 10am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 214 Direct Assessment
This symposium includes technical papers on external, internal, and SCC direct assessment activities. Sponsoring Committee: STG 35 Chair: Joe Pikas Vice Chair: Bob Winters
Symposia
Wed. 10am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 220 AC Interference, AC Induced Corrosion, Induced AC Risk Assessment, Monitoring and Mitigation
This symposium includes technical papers on AC interferences, AC corrosion, risk assessment of induced AC, case studies on AC corrosion, fault currents and monitoring. Sponsoring Committee: STG 05 Chair: Dan Wagner Vice Chair: Meng Lopez-Garrity
Symposia
Wed. 10am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 223 Advances in Corrosion Control in Combustion and Conversion
This symposium includes technical papers about corrosion and materials technology in combustion and conversion of fossil fuels, biomass, waste fuels, waste hear recovery and power production from concentrated solar power. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 183X Chair: Mathias Galetz Vice Chair: Joseph Meyer
Symposia
Wed. 10am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 228 Environmental Assisted Cracking (Day 2)
This symposium includes technical papers related to understanding of all kinds of EAC mechanisms including but not limited to hydrogen embrittlement, stress corrosion cracking, corrosion fatigue, liquid metal embrittlement, and so on. The papers can cover root cause failure analysis in service, lab testing methods, materials modeling, industry standards development, state of art EAC research reviews, and so on. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 186X Chair: Xi Shan Vice Chair: Fei Tang
Symposia
Wed. 10am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 229 Inhibitors - Vapor Transported (VCI) and Surface Coating Rust Preventive (RP)
This symposium includes technical papers that discuss advances in rust preventatives & corrosion inhibitors, testing, method development, and performance testing. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 093X / TEG 145X Chair: Jennifer Clark Vice Chair: Jim Henderson
Symposia
Wed. 10am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 230 Under Deposit Corrosion in Crude Oil Pipelines
This symposium includes technical papers about managing under-deposit corrosion (UDC) in crude oil pipeline systems, the physics of sediment accumulation, chemical and biological corrosion processes under deposits, UDC monitoring strategies, and mitigation activities that have been found effective at combating UDC. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 092X Chair: Trevor Place Vice Chair: Shoaib Nasin
Symposia
Wed. 10am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 232 Corrosion in Nuclear Systems (Day 1)
This symposium includes technical papers on the corrosion and degradation of materials in nuclear systems. Also, this includes technical papers on the understanding and mitigation of corrosion degradation in buried piping in Nuclear Power Plants taking into consideration the complexity and congestion in the plants. On buried piping issues, the symposium is specifically interested in Regulatory Requirements and issues related to grounding, bimetallic contacts, piping isolation, decoupling, materials selection, inspection of piping and coatings, and acceptance criteria for cathodic protection in such a congested environment. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 224x and TEG 465x Chair: Megan Dahl Vice Chair: Xihua He
Symposia
Wed. 10am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-03 Corrosion Management, Planning, Development, Implementation & Success
This symposium includes technical papers relating to all aspects of corrosion management, across all industries (including oil & gas production and transportation, refineries, chemical, power generation, water & waste water, etc.). In particular, examples of the different challenges in the various industries and how they have been resolved successfully. Sponsoring Committee: STG 08 Chair: Gareth John Vice Chair: Carlos Palacios
Symposia
Wed. 10am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 231 Corrosion of Drinking Water Distribution Systems
Degradation issues involving drinking water distribution systems (DWDS) have been pushed to the forefront of infrastructure issues because of the recent drinking water crisis in Flint, Michigan. DWDS are complex environments that involve multiple metals and alloys; water sources with differing chemistries and microorganisms; and site-specific water treatment strategies. Papers on the following topics related to DWDS are featured: corrosion mechanisms for low alloy steels, copper, lead, and plastics; impact of water treatment chemistries on material degradation; and physiochemical properties of corrosion products and their relationship to water quality, microbiologically influenced corrosion, and corrosion mitigation. A panel discussion with all speakers will conclude the session. Chair: Jason Lee Vice Chair: Torben Lund Skovhus
RTS
Wed. 10am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-08 Recent Developments in Atmospheric Corrosion (Day 1)
This symposium includes technical papers that include technical details on atmospheric corrosion. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 189X Chair: James Dante Vice Chair: Eric Schindelholz
Symposia
Wed. 10am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-06 Localized Corrosion: Characterization and Control (Day 1)
This symposium includes technical papers focused on the characterization and control of localized corrosion using various approaches. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 407X Chair: Ajit Mishra Vice Chair: Marco Rapone
Symposia
Wed. 10am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 210 Advances in CUI Technologies
This symposium includes technical papers related to corrosion under insulation, coatings, insulation, metal jacketing corrosion, control technology. Sponsoring Committee: STG 03 Chair: Art Mackinnon Vice Chair: Ray Posgay
Symposia
Wed. 10am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-01 Advances in Materials for Oil and Gas Production (Day 1)
This symposium includes technical papers that present advances in materials technology and research. Focus is on new and improved metallic materials and applications. This includes consideration and measurement of the material's performance in its envisaged exposure environment. Sponsoring Committee: STG 32 Chair: Julio Maldonado Vice Chair: Conchita Mendez
Symposia
Wed. 10:30 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 219 TG 333 - Review of NACE SP0295-2008
Technical
TG 333 [43 (03)]
Wed. 10:30 - 11:30am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Exhibit Hall Test Method for Monitoring Atmospheric Corrosion Rate by Electrochemical Measurements
Corrosive Chronicles (Green Theater) / Booth 2011 Presented by: Fritz Friefersdorf, Luna Innovations and James Dante, Southwest Research Institute This presentation will focus on the new standard test method for the specification, selection, and use of sensors for monitoring atmospheric corrosion that are based on electrochemical techniques. The sensors may be used like more traditional mass loss coupons or painted test panels, but these sensors provide continuous records of contaminants, corrosion rates, or coating condition over time as opposed to singular cumulative measurements of mass loss or coating degradation. This method permits instantaneous evaluation of corrosion rates so that situations where changes in environmental conditions cause changes in the corrosion rate can be detected in real time. This is considered a substantive benefit as compared with mass loss methods. These continuous records of material condition are broadly applicable to studying atmospheric corrosion, evaluating materials, or managing assets. The method addresses the use of electrochemical sensors in a bare metal condition or with protective coatings. It encompasses sensor elements for measurement of free corrosion, galvanic corrosion, and conductance for assessing atmospheric corrosion. Atmospheric corrosivity measurements, using electrochemical-based sensors, provide a means to obtain instantaneous corrosion rate, surface contaminant, and method for the specification, selection, and use of sensors for monitoring atmospheric corrosion that are based on electrochemical techniques. The sensors may be used like more traditional mass loss coupons or painted test panels, but these sensors provide continuous records of contaminants, corrosion rates, or coating condition over time as opposed to singular cumulative measurements of mass loss or coating degradation.
Exhibit Hall
Wed. 10:30am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - D-3 Thermal Spray Coatings
Presented by: James K. Weber, James K Weber Consulting Jim Weber presents answers about thermal spray coatings, processes, equipment, applications and industry usage—highlighting several case studies both in and out of the corrosion industry. With over 30 years’ experience, Weber is able to respond to all questions. • Processes covered will include oxy-fuel flame spraying (powder, wire, and rod), high-velocity oxy-fuel spraying (HVOF), cold spraying, plasma spraying, and twin-wire electric arc spraying. • Thermal spray equipment will be illustrated and discussed. • Application examples will be presented for a variety of requirements from several different industries. • Examples of how thermal spray coating combat corrosion in various industries will be discussed. This forum is for those who enjoy lively sharing of ideas! Please be ready to ask many questions.
Exhibit Hall
Wed. 10:30am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - D-3 Thermal Spray Coatings Forum
Presented by: James K. Weber, James K Weber Consulting
Forum
Wed. 11am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 219 TG 535 - Corrosion and Protection of Tank Cars in Crude Oil Service
Technical
TG 535 [43 (03, 31, 34, 35)]
Wed. 11am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 209 TG 231 - Petroleum Refining Sulfide Stress Cracking (SSC): Review of NACE Standard MR0103
Technical
TG 231 [34 (60)]
Wed. 11:15 - 11:45am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 206 Frank Newman Speller Award Lecture
The Speller Award Lecture recognizes contributions to the practice of corrosion engineering
Other
Wed. 11:30am - 1pm Hilton Riverside - Jackson New Orleans Section
Other
Wed. 11:30am - 1pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 208 STG Officer Training
Other
Wed. 11:30am - 1pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 217 Technology and Program Coordinator Training
Other
Wed. 12 - 2pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 207 Section Officers
Other
Wed. 1 - 2pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 209 TG 393 - Petroleum Refinery Corrosion Specialist Certification and Oversight of Refining Industry Corrosion Control Course Content
Technical
TG 393 [34]
Wed. 1 - 2pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 219 TEG 291X - Land Transportation: Information Exchange on Corrosion and Coating-Related Issues
Technical
TEG 291X [43]
Wed. 1 - 2pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 204 TG 539 - Review of NACE SP0286-2007
Technical
TG 539 [35 (05)]
Wed. 1 - 2:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 215 TEG 086X - Insulation for Upstream and Downstream Oil and Gas Operations
Technical
TEG 086X [33]
Wed. 1 - 2:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 224 Student Poster Winner's Lunch
Other
Wed. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 205 ISO TC 156 TAG
ISO
Wed. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 226 TEG 267X - Pipelines: In-Line Inspection
Technical
TEG 267X [35]
Wed. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 225 TG 381 - Fire Protection Systems
Technical
TG 381 [11]
Wed. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 216 TG 545 - State of the Art Report: Criteria for Corrosion Control of Steel in Concrete
Technical
TG 545 [01]
Wed. 1 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 218 TEG 191X - Corrosion Solutions for the Chemical Process Industry with Polymer Based Materials
Technical
TEG 191X [10 (39)]
Wed. 1 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 221 Best Practices in Pre-Job Determinations for the Decontamination of Refinery and Pipeline Equipment
Presented by: Thomas McCartney, Clean Harbors Energy & Industrial Services, Roxanne Shank, Clean Harbors Energy & Industrial Services, Spencer Rex What is the best way to determine when, how and if you should clean your equipment? Should there be a standardized method for pre-job determination? What is the best way to clean your equipment? These are all questions which have been brought up within the STG 06 :Chemical and Mechanical Cleaning group for the past several years, and the time has come to address the issue. Here we will begin the discussion as to the development and introduction of a new task group charged with developing a standard for best practice in pre-job deposit characterization. The scope of the group will focus on Refinery and Pipeline pre-job determination, deposit characterization and chemical/mechanical cleaning recommendations. The group will begin with the intention of generating a State-of-the-Art report, with the possibility of the future development of industry standards for deposit characterization and treatment. The purpose of this forum is to brainstorm ideas on what "Best Practice" means for the industry. We encourage other NACE members from various STGs to join us and provide their input regarding the topic.
Forum
Wed. 1 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 222 Deepwater Horizon and the Impact on Industry Regulations
Presented by: Shane Finneran and Brandon Rollins, DNV GL On the evening of April 20, 2010, control of an exploratory well at the Macando Prospect in the Gulf of Mexico was lost, allowing hydrocarbons to enter the drilling riser and reach the Deepwater Horizon (DWH) drilling rig. The subsequent explosions and fires onboard resulted in the rig sinking on April 22, 2010 and the loss of eleven lives. The failure of the Deepwater Horizon's blowout preventer to seal following the uncontrolled hydrocarbon release resulted in one of the largest oil spills in U.S. history. The subsequent incident investigation, performed in New Orleans, indicated the blind shear ram was not able to close due to the presence of a buckled drill pipe, preventing the blowout preventer (BOP) from sealing the well. In addition to reviewing the incident investigation this forum will explore, the implications to the industry, with respect to regulations, operation, and design requirements. The following areas will be the focus of this forum: • Regulators (BSEE/ BOEMRE) o Regulatory changes in response to major incidents o Input from ranking local (NOLA) officials • Operators (Cameron / Transocean) o Design and testing changes post-Macando • Industry o DNV GL - background to Macando failure, and BOP Forensic investigation o (Tentative) Gary Kenny - Historical primer on major incidents, and industry response (Dr. Kenney has lead investigations for Piper Alpha; DWH; etc.)
Forum
Wed. 1:30 - 2:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Exhibit Hall Power Alternatives Available for Remote Cathodic Protection Impressed Current Applications
Corrosive Chronicles (Green Theater) / Booth 2011 Presented by: Mike Brennan, Mike Gagnon, and Norman Jones, Atrex Energy, Inc. This presentation will focus on issues and challenges for providing reliable electrical power for impressed current cathodic protection applications in remote off-grid areas. It will include discussion of the following topics: • Remote power alternatives: • Solar systems • Genset systems • Thermoelectric generators • Solid oxide fuel cells • The technology of SOFC fuel cells • How SOFCs compare against other methods of remote power • System reliability and maintainability • Examples of cathodic protection projects
Exhibit Hall
Wed. 1:30 - 3:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - D-3 Corrosion Problems in the Water/Steam System in the Pulp and Paper Industry
Presented by: Catherine Noble, M&M Engineering Associates, Inc. This presentation consists of water/steam corrosion experts capable of addressing current corrosion problems in the industry. It includes members from STG 11 and STG 38. It will begin with introductory presentation followed by Q&A. The second part will include additional experts to field questions and enhance discussion on specific topics such as: • Underdeposit corrosion • FAC cause and effect • Process of paper making corrosion/failures and corrective action • Additional panel discussion experts include: •Mel Esmacher, principal engineer, G.E. • Catherine Noble, M&M Engineering • Michael Lykins, Packaging Corp., chair of STG 38
Exhibit Hall
Wed. 1:30 - 3:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - D-3 Corrosion Problems in the Water/Stream System in the Paper Industry Forum
Presented by: Catherine Noble, M&M Engineering Associates, Inc.
Forum
Wed. 2 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 209 TG 489 - Potential Effects of Upstream Additives on Refinery Corrosion and Fouling
Technical
TG 489 [34 (31, 35)]
Wed. 2 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 227 TG 510 - Joint API/NACE Advisory Committee—API 751 Safe Operation of HF Alkylation Units—Corrosion and Materials Sections
Technical
TG 510 [34]
Wed. 2 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 219 STG 43 - Transportation, Land
Technical
STG 43
Wed. 2 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 204 TCC Reference Publications Committee
Administrative
Wed. 2:45 - 3:45pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Exhibit Hall International Pipeline Operators Council
Corrosive Chronicles (Green Theater) / Booth 2011 Presented by: Drew Hevle, Kinder Morgan and James Hart, NACE staff Members of the NACE International Pipeline Operators Council take questions from the audience and discuss the hottest issues and challenges facing the industry.
Exhibit Hall
Wed. 3 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 209 TG 174 - Refinery Injection and Process Mixing Points
Technical
TG 174 [34]
Wed. 3 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 226 TG 039 - Review of NACE Publication 35100
Technical
TG 039 [35]
Wed. 3 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 227 STG 01 - Reinforced Concrete
Technical
STG 01
Wed. 3 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 205 TG 375 - Recovery and Repassivation After Low pH Excursions in Open Recirculating Cooling Water Systems
Technical
TG 375 [11]
Wed. 3 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 225 TG 018 - Steel, Structural: Corrosion Control of Pilings in Nonmarine Applications
Technical
TG 018 [05 (01, 03)]
Wed. 3 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 215 TG 475 - Standard for Underwater Evaluation of Degree of Fouling on Ship Hulls
Technical
TG 475 [44 (61, 62)]
Wed. 3:30 - 5:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - D-3 Installation and Testing of Cathodic Protection Anodes for Underground Propane Tanks
Presented by: Hans Schmoldt, Anode Systems Co. This presentation is designed to teach attendees how to install anodes on buried propane tanks and to check the cathodic protection installation to confirm that it is working properly. Topics to be covered include: o Fifteen reasons to protect a buried propane tank from corrosion o Cathodic protection basics o Number and size of anodes to install on a buried tank o How to install anodes o The importance of dielectric unions on metal pipes o Taking tank potential readings with a voltmeter and copper sulfate electrode o Nine reasons cathodic protection of underground tanks is good business o Question & answer session
Exhibit Hall
Wed. 3:30 - 5:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - D-3 Installation of Cathodic Protection Anodes for Underground Propane Tanks
Presented by:Hans Schmoldt, Anode Systems Co.
Forum
Wed. 4 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Exhibit Hall How to Be an Author
Corrosive Chronicles (Green Theater) / Booth 2011 Presented by: NACE International Publications Division Want to understand the steps to getting your work published? Then join the editors from NACE International’s Publications Division during CORROSION 2017 to learn about content needs, proposal writing, author guidelines, and submission processes. Topics will include the requirements for publishing in: o NACE-published books and compilations. o CORROSION journal—the technical research journal devoted to furthering the knowledge of corrosion science and engineering. o Materials Performance magazine—the NACE membership magazine featuring articles concerning practical, field-oriented applications of corrosion technology. In addition, information will be provided on how to submit article leads to CoatingsPro Magazine.
Exhibit Hall
Wed. 4 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 209 TG 347 - Carbonate Stress Corrosion Cracking in Refinery Alkaline Sour Waters
Technical
TG 347 [34 (60)]
Wed. 7 - 9pm Hilton Riverside - St. Charles Ballroom Awards Banquet
Networking
Thursday, March 30, 2017
TimeLocationSessionTypeCommittee(s)
Thu. 7 - 8am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - D-3 Speaker's Breakfast Thursday
Other
Thu. 7:30am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-07 Encouraging Diversity & Collaboration in Leadership
Open to all attendees, this interactive workshop assesses the values of diversity and collaboration for leadership success. Learn how to boost the effectiveness of your personal and professional development strategies, and find out how diversity and collaboration can benefit your line of work as a manager, as an executive leader, or as an individual contributor.
Networking
Thu. 8 - 8:30am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 229 TG 301 - Review of NACE Publication 8X194
Technical
TG 301 [34 (32)]
Thu. 8 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 204 TG 550 - Corrosion Inhibitor Program Management for Oil and Gas Fields
Technical
TG 550 [31 (08, 61)]
Thu. 8 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 228 TG 543 - Standard for External Corrosion Control of On-Grade Carbon Steel Storage Tank Bottoms
Technical
TG 543 [35 (05)]
Thu. 8 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 205 STG 40 - Military and Aerospace Systems and Facilities
Technical
STG 40
Thu. 8 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 203 Expositions Committee
Administrative
Thu. 8 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 206 TEG 093X - Volatile Corrosion Inhibitors (VCIs)
Technical
TEG 093X [61 (11)]
Thu. 8 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 226 TG 502 - 3D Laser and Structured Light
Technical
TG 502 [35 (05)]
Thu. 8 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 208 STG 10 - Nonmetallic Materials of Construction
Technical
STG 10
Thu. 8 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-05 STG 30 - Oil and Gas Production—Cathodic Protection
Technical
STG 30
Thu. 8 - 10am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 217 TEG 529X - Asset Integrity Management
Technical
TEG 529X [08]
Thu. 8 - 10:30am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 216 TG 495 - Biodegradable Magnesium Alloys
Technical
TG 495 [60]
Thu. 8 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 215 TG 157 - Review and Revise or Reaffirm NACE Publication 46107
Technical
TG 157 [11 (61)]
Thu. 8 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 225 STG 02 - Coatings and Linings, Protective: Atmospheric; STG 03 - Coatings and Linings, Protective: Immersion and Buried Service; STG 04 - Coatings and Linings, Protective: Surface Preparation
Technical
STG 02
STG 03
STG 04
Thu. 8 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 227 Pipeline Crossings: Steel-Cased, Thrust-Bored, and HDD
This symposium includes technical papers about road, railroad, river, wetland, etc., crossings by directional drilling, thrust boring, casing, and HDD-type pipeline crossings. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 208X Chair: William Snyder Vice Chair: Cay Strother
Symposia
Thu. 8am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 230 Novel Use of Multielectrode Systems on Corrosion Monitoring and Studies
This symposium includes technical papers on novel use of multielectrode systems for corrosion studies in laboratories and corrosion monitoring in the fields. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 316X Chair: Haitao Fang Vice Chair: Yang Yang
Symposia
Thu. 8am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 231 High Temperature Issues and Materials for the Process Industry
This symposium includes technical papers on high temperature corrosion (<538 C / 1000 F) issues. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 123X, TEG 126X, TEG 128X, TEG 270X Chair: Hendrik Debruyn Vice Chair: Stephanie Britton
Symposia
Thu. 8am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 232 Corrosion in Nuclear Systems (Day 2)
This symposium includes technical papers on the corrosion and degradation of materials in nuclear systems. Also, this includes technical papers on the understanding and mitigation of corrosion degradation in buried piping in Nuclear Power Plants taking into consideration the complexity and congestion in the plants. On buried piping issues, the symposium is specifically interested in Regulatory Requirements and issues related to grounding, bimetallic contacts, piping isolation, decoupling, materials selection, inspection of piping and coatings, and acceptance criteria for cathodic protection in such a congested environment. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 224x and TEG 465x Chair: Megan Dahl Vice Chair: Xihua He
Symposia
Thu. 8am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 212 Corrosion in Oil Sands
This symposium includes technical papers related to corrosion in oil sands facilities including mining and terminal operations. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 341X Chair: Wes McKinnon Vice Chair: Tesfaalem Haile
Symposia
Thu. 8am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-04 Marine Corrosion; Past, Present & Future (Day 2)
This symposium includes technical papers related to how historical events in marine corrosion have brought about the development of current technologies and practices. Sponsoring Committee: STG 44 Chair: Moavin Islam Vice Chair: Abdul Hameed Al-Hashem
Symposia
Thu. 8am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 222 TG 430 - AC Corrosion on Cathodically Protected Pipelines: Risk Assessment, Mitigation, and Monitoring
Technical
TG 430 [05 (35)]
Thu. 8am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 207 Research Committee Meeting
Administrative
RAC
Thu. 8am - 2pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-01 Advances in Materials for Oil and Gas Production (Day 2)
This symposium includes technical papers that present advances in materials technology and research. Focus is on new and improved metallic materials and applications. This includes consideration and measurement of the material's performance in its envisaged exposure environment. Sponsoring Committee: STG 32 Chair: Julio Maldonado Vice Chair: Conchita Mendez
Symposia
Thu. 8am - 2pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 213 Corrosion in Supercritical Systems
This symposium includes technical papers on corrosion in supercritical fluids and mitigation methods. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 121X Chair: Shiladitya Paul Vice Chair: Yimin Zeng
Symposia
Thu. 8am - 2:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-03 Non Metallic Materials for Oil and Gas
This symposium includes technical papers in the areas of organic coatings, liners, seal (elastomers and thermoplastics), insulation and structural applications of polymers (composites and thermoplastics) with emphasis in oil &gas field services. Sponsoring Committee: STG 33 Chair: Ricardo Pardey Vice Chair: Osmay Oharriz
Symposia
Thu. 8am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-06 Localized Corrosion: Chracterization and Control (Day 2)
This symposium includes technical papers focused on the characterization and control of localized corrosion using various approaches. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 407X Chair: Ajit Mishra Vice Chair: Marco Rapone
Symposia
Thu. 8am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-08 Recent Developments in Atmopsheric Corrosion (Day 2)
This symposium includes technical papers that include technical details on atmospheric corrosion. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 189X Chair: James Dante Vice Chair: Eric Schindelholz
Symposia
Thu. 8am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-09 Nanotechnology and Corrosion
This symposium includes technical papers related to corrosion prevention and mitigation using nanotechnology. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 474X Chair: Igor Kosacki Vice Chair: Richard Pollard
Symposia
Thu. 8am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-02 Microbially Influenced Corrosion (Day 2)
This symposium includes technical papers regarding microbial corrosion research, case studies, control monitoring and treatment. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 187X Chair: Faisal Al-Abbas Vice Chair: Kenneth Wunch
Symposia
Thu. 8am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 214 Recent Experience with Austenitic and Duplex Stainless Steel
This symposium includes technical papers related to experiments with corrosion resistant alloys such as nickel, titanium and zirconium alloys in both aqueous and high temperature environments. Sponsoring Committee: 114X Chair: James Fritz Vice Chair: Nicole Kinsman
Symposia
Thu. 8:30 - 9am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 229 TG 302 - Reaffirmation of NACE SP0407-2007
Technical
TG 302 [34 (36)]
Thu. 9 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 229 STG 34 - Petroleum Refining and Gas Processing
Technical
STG 34
Thu. 9am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 219 NATO STANAG WP
Technical
Thu. 10 - 11am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - STG 04 - Coatings and Linings, Protective: Surface Preparation
Technical
STG 04
Thu. 10 - 11:30am Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 209 TEG 132X - Corrosion Management of Aboveground Storage Tanks
Technical
TEG 132X [35]
Thu. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 228 TG 013 - Review of NACE Standard RP0193-2001
Technical
TG 013 [35 (05)]
Thu. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 205 TG 315 - Review and Revise or Reaffirm as Necessary SP0208-2008
Technical
TG 315 [35]
Thu. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 206 TEG 145X - Vapor Corrosion Inhibitors and Rust Preventives for Interim (Temporary) Corrosion Protection: Advances and Novel Applications
Technical
TEG 145X [61 (02)]
Thu. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 224 TG 167 - Revision of NACE SP0388-2014; TG 284 - Review of NACE SP0196-2011
Technical
TG 167 [05]
TG 284 [05 (11, 35)]
Thu. 10am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 217 TG 020 - Piping Systems, Cathodic Protection Criteria Measurement: Review of NACE Standard TM0497
Technical
TG 020 [35 (05)]
Thu. 10am - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-05 Oil and Gas Production - Cathodic Protection
This symposium includes technical papers on the application and evaluation of cathodic protection of all types of equipment used for oil and gas production. Sponsoring Committee: STG 30 Chair: Jin Huang Vice Chair: Xuanping Tang
Symposia
Thu. 10:30am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 226 TEG 184X - Inhibitors, Corrosion and Scale/Deposit
Technical
TEG 184X [61 (31, 46)]
Thu. 10:30am - 12:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 216 STG 60 - Corrosion Mechanisms
Technical
STG 60
Thu. 11am - 12pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 204 C1 - Corrosion Prevention and Control for Concrete, Land Transportation, and Coating Technology
Technical
C1
Thu. 11am - 12:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 215 TG 235 - Standard Practice for Monitoring Cooling Water Systems
Technical
TG 235 [11 (46, 62)]
Thu. 12:30 - 2:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 207 Technical Coordination Committee (TCC) Session II
Administrative
Thu. 1 - 2:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 232 STG 41 - Electric Utility Generation, Transmission, and Distribution
Technical
STG 41
Thu. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 206 STG 61 - Inhibition—Corrosion and Scaling
Technical
STG 61
Thu. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 228 STG 05 - Cathodic/Anodic Protection; STG 35 - Pipelines, Tanks, and Well Casings
Technical
STG 05
STG 35
Thu. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 231 TEG 270X - Reformer Components: Materials Issues
Technical
TEG 270X [37 (34, 39)]
Thu. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 216 TEG 224X - Nuclear System Corrosion
Technical
TEG 224X [41]
Thu. 1 - 3pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 226 STG 11 - Water Treatment Systems
Technical
STG 11
Thu. 1 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-04 STG 44 - Marine Corrosion: Ships and Structures
Technical
STG 44
Thu. 2 - 4pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-01 TEG 374X - Oil and Gas Production Materials Information Exchange
Technical
TEG 374X [32 (33)]
Thu. 2:30 - 4:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-03 STG 33 - Oil and Gas Production—Nonmetallics and Wear Coatings (Metallic)
Technical
STG 33
Thu. 2:30 - 4:30pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 207 Technical & Research Activities Committee (TRAC)
Administrative
Thu. 3 - 5pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 231 TEG 126X - Materials, High-Temperature: Current Issues
Technical
TEG 126X [37 (39)]
Thu. 4 - 6pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-01 STG 32 - Oil and Gas Production—Metallurgy
Technical
STG 32
Thu. 4:30 - 6pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - R-06 TEG 189X - Atmospheric Corrosion
Technical
TEG 189X [60 (02, 40, 62)]
Thu. 5 - 6pm Ernest N. Morial Convention Center-New Orleans - Room 231 STG 37 - Process Industry—High Temperature
Technical
STG 37
Showing all meetings (377); grouped by day.
ExhibitorBooth
3M 857
3X Engineering 2252
4D Technology Corporation 420
A.W. Chesterton Company 2204
ABRIOX, Inc. 1726
Access Plug Flange Inc. 928
Accurate Corrosion Control Inc 2037
ACMA 2429
Acuren Inspection/RAT 1255
Advance Products & Systems Inc 1712
Advanced Nano Solutions 2229
Advanced Polymer Coatings 1652
Advanced Polymerics, Inc. 2154
Advantic LLC 2331
Advenira Enterprises, Inc. 428
Agru America, Inc. 2518
A-Hak Industrial Services 2107
Air Systems International 2733
Allan Edwards Inc. 2738
Allied Corrosion Industries, Inc 1537
Alpha Pipeline Integrity Services 533
Amcorr Products & Service VISCOTAQ 1755
American Innovations 1527
American Society for Nondestructive Testing, Inc., The 2450
Andronaco Industries 2318
Anotec Industries Ltd 1533
AOC 2522
Applied Graphene Materials UK Ltd. 2106
ARK Engineering 1023
Arkema Inc. 2428
Armacell Engineered Systems Ltd. 631
Armor Plate Inc 2427
ARS Recycling Systems LLC 1456
Asbury Carbons 1122
Ashland Inc. 2337
Aspen Aerogels 2119
ASTM International 854
AT&F Advanced Metals LLC 1751
Atrex Energy (Acumentrics) 850
Augusta Fiberglass 2419
Australasian Corrosion Association, Inc. 1905
Axalta Coating Systems, Powder North America 1621
BAC Corrosion Control/Rose Corrosion Services Limited 2627
Baker Hughes 1131
Barrier Industrial Marine Products LLC 2056
Barton International 718
BASF 530
Bass Engineering 1526
Battelle Memorial Institute 330
BEASY 2027
BGH Edelstahlwerke GmbH 444
BGL Asset Services LLC 1812
Bingham & Taylor Corp 1727
Bio-Logic USA, Inc. 2414
Biosan Laboratories Inc 1729
BK Corrosion LLC 1124
Blair Rubber Company 733
BOHLER Edelstahl GmbH & Co KG 2245
Borin Manufacturing 1451
Brown Corrosion Services Inc 1146
Bruker Corporation 2149
BSI-Berkeley Springs Instruments LLC 557
Butting Canada Ltd. 2153
C&S Lease Service, LC 2357
Canline Pipeline Solutions Ltd 2220
Caproco 2135
Carboline Company 1313
Cathodic Protection Co. Ltd. 1445
Cathodic Technology Ltd 644
CCI Pipeline Systems 2635
CECO Pipeline Services, Inc. 2231
Ceramisphere Pty. Ltd. 2356
CerAnode Technologies-Div. of APS Materials, Inc. 937
Champion Corrosion Products Inc 1814
Chapman Engineering 2551
Charter Coating Service (2000) Ltd 2255
Chase Corp-Tapecoat/Royston 1423
Chemical Newtech SpA-Titanium Anodes 748
Chevron Phillips Chemical Company, L.P. 2629
CHLOR*RID International Inc 1355
Citadel Technologies Inc 1254
ClampOn 2639
Clemco Industries Corp. 2737
Clock Spring Company, LP 1157
Coastal Corrosion Control 1553
CoatingsPro Magazine 2849
ComposiSleeve 2532
Composites One 2433
Continental Industries - thermOweld 1715
Copper Development Association 1629
Corr Instruments LLC 1831
Corroco International Industrial Co., Ltd. 2727
Corrosion Materials 1521
Corrosion Service Company Limited 1035
Corrpro 1345
Cortec Corporation 1517
Cortest Inc 531
Cosasco 1945
CP Test & Valve Products, Inc. 1513
Creaform 1855
Cross Integrity Associates 734
CTI Industries Inc 816
Curran International 1031
Cygnus Instruments Inc 1051
D.E. Stearns Co 1427
Dairyland Electrical Industries 1721
Dakota Ultrasonics 2244
Dale Company/The 1932
Dampney Co., Inc. 1550
Danatronics 2222
DC Voltage Gradient Technology & Supply Ltd 1653
De Nora 1016
Deepwater Corrosion Services 2833
DeFelsko Corporation 1637
Dehumidification Technologies 1817
Denso North America 1145
Department of Defense Corrosion Prevention and Control Integrated Product Team 717
Deyuan Petroleum & Gas Engineering Co., Ltd. 2257
Diakont 2626
Diamond Fiberglass / Diamond Services 2322
Dixie Testing & Products, Inc. 2124
DNV GL 1745
DOX Steel 1627
Drinkwater Products 755
Droycon Bioconcepts Inc. 2025
E2 Consulting Engineers Inc. 957
Eagle Industries 2055
Eagle Research Corporation 1954
ECKART GMBH 448
EDDYFI 2527
EIU Inc. 2544
Elcometer 737
Elecsys Corporation 1820
Electralloy 2745
Electro Chemical / SDL 2227
Element Materials Technology 2236
Elsyca NV 2230
EN Engineering, LLC 736
Enduro Composites 2430
Enduro Pipeline Services 637
Energy Economics Inc. 1819
Engineering & Inspections International 437
Envirawrap USA 421
Erectastep 2734
Ershigs / Fabricated Plastics 2422
European Federation of Corrosion 1903
Evonik Corp. 2726
Evoqua Water Technologies 1853
Exova 745
EZ Line Pipe Support Co, LLC. 2832
FarField NDT 621
Farwest Corrosion Control Company 945
Fibergrate 2418
Fischer Technology Inc 1150
Five Star Products 1730
Fluoramics, Inc. 2156
French Creek Software Inc 931
Future Pipe Industries 2622
Galvotec Companies 2045
Gamry Instruments Inc 2404
Garlock GPT/PSI-Pikotek 744
GE Inspection Technologies 1144
Gentherm Global Power Technologies 1017
Giatec Scientific Inc 2618
Girard Industries 1651
GMA Garnet Group 2213
GMC Electrical, Inc. 537
Greenkote 831
Greenman-Pedersen Inc 1732
Grillo-Werke AG 2007
Guided Wave Analysis LLC 1057
Haynes International Inc 1137
HCL Fasteners Ltd 2226
Heath Consultants Incorporated 2150
Hebna Corporation 1916
Hempel USA 2031
High Performance Alloys Inc 828
Highland International, LLC. 2104
Hi-Tech Weld Overlay Group, LLC 1821
HoldTight Solutions Inc 919
Honeywell Process Solutions 1645
Hoover Container Solutions 953
Houston Electron Microscopy 723
Howard Alloy Inc. 2351
HydraTech Engineered Products 2650
HydroPro, Inc. 856
IBIX North America 852
Inductosense Ltd. 1918
InduMar Products Inc 2319
Industrial Fabrics, Inc. 1750
Industrial Insulation Group 2651
Infrared Cameras Inc. 2530
Innerspec Technologies, Inc. 619
Innovative Analytical Solutions 2312
Instron 2526
Intech Services 1912
Integrated Corrosion Engineering 1126
Integrated Global Services 722
Integrity Solutions Field Services 2218
International Paint 1837
International Titanium Association 2253
Interplastic Corporation 2330
Interprovincial Corrosion Control Co. Ltd. 2036
Intertek 1447
IRIS Inspection Services Inc 1352
IRISNDT 1557
IRT Integrated Rectifier Technologies, Inc. 1632
IUPAT/Finishing Trades Institute 627
Ivium Technologies 2211
JA Electronics 1130
Jacam Chemicals LLC 1354
Joseph Oat Corporation 752
Jotun Paints USA 1924
Just Like New Overspray 2749
JW's Pipeline Integrity Services, LLC 1056
Kantex Industries 1850
Kenway Corporation 2333
KEYENCE Corporation 2221
King Innovation 545
Kirk Engineering Co Inc 1454
Koch Knight LLC 2520
KP Technology Ltd. 2256
KTA-Tator Inc 1613
Kubota Materials Canada Corporation 826
Laboratory Testing Inc 1025
Laiken SA 1833
Lake Superior Consulting 756
Lamons 721
Langley Alloys Inc. 2844
LF Manufacturing, Inc. 2321
Litek Composites Corporation 2423
Lonza, Inc. 818
Loresco International 1544
M.C. Miller Co. 1437
Mascoat 2032
MATCOR, Inc. 1117
Mears Group Inc 2145
Mercer Technical Services 2248
Mersen USA Oxnard-CA Inc. 1053
MESA 1845
Metal Samples 1335
MetriCorr 551
Metrohm USA 2314
Microbial Analysis 1957
Microbial Insights, Inc. 1857
Milliken Infrastructure 1055
Mistras Group Inc 1027
Mobiltex Technologies Inc. 1052
MONTI Werkzeuge, GmbH 835
Montipower Inc. 1927
Nalco Champion 1433
Nanjing AnTie Anticorrosion Technology Co., Ltd. 2219
Nanovea 1554
NDT Seals, Inc. 1253
NDT Systems, Inc. 823
Nickel Systems Inc 2521
Nippon Yakin Kogyo Co., Ltd. 1252
North American Survey Corporation 730
Northtown Company 751
Norton Corrosion Limited 2152
NOV Fiber Glass Systems 2744
NOV Tuboscope 1045
Novatek Corporation 2533
NRI Neptune Research Inc. 2345
Nukote Coating Systems International, LLC 1909
Nuova Giungas SRL 630
NVI, LLC 2010
OLI Systems Inc 1020
Olympus 1626
OmniMetrix, LLC 819
Onstream Pipeline Inspection Services Inc. 424
Outokumpu Stainless Inc. 1931
Owens Corning 2426
Oxifree Global LLC 654
P.A. Inc. 922
Pacific Sensor 1752
PacTec, Inc. 719
PalmSens BV 2307
Park Derochie Inc. 645
Park Systems 2310
Parr Instrument Company 2449
PCC Metals Group 1319
PCC Rollmet Inc. 1826
Penspen Corporation 2747
Pentair 926
Performance Pipe 2631
Permasense Ltd 1716
PEXGOL-Pex Industrial Piping Solutions 445
Pigs Unlimited International, Inc 2014
Pine Research Instrumentation 2410
Pine-Environmental 2531
Pipeline Inspection Company 1937
Pittsburgh Corning Corp. 1920
Plant Integrity Limited 1956
Plasticon Composites 2332
Platt Brothers & Company 321
Polycorp Ltd. 930
Polyguard Products, Inc. 925
Pond & Company 446
PPG Protective & Marine Coatings 1125
Praxair Surface Technologies 917
Pro-Mark Utility Supply Inc 1915
PureHM 2545
Qingdao Rising-Sun Shine Ship Engineering Technique Co., Ltd. 653
R.U.S.T. 2632
R.U.S.T. 635
Radiodetection Corp 950
RAM-100 International, LLC 1552
Ramco Manufacturing Company 2315
Reichhold LLC2 2519
Rema Tip Top North America Inc 1825
REO - USA, Inc. 547
Research & Development Corporation (RDC) 855
Rhino Linings Corporation 728
Rilco Manufacturing Co., Inc. 727
RMB Products Inc 1616
Roberts Corrosion Services, LLC 431
Rolled Alloys 916
ROSEN USA 1620
Roxar, Inc. 1731
Roxul Inc. 1952
RPS Composites Inc. 2326
Rust Patrol 2054
Rust-Oleum 1955
SAE, Inc. 2437
Safety Lamp of Houston, Inc. 2730
Samuel Son & Company 1930
Sandvik Materials Technology 845
Saudi Aramco 2005
Sauereisen 2022
Schlumberger 337
Schmidt + Clemens GmbH & Co KG 548
SciAps, Inc 518
Seaguard International 430
Seal for Life Industries 1327
Seikowave 2452
Sensor Networks, Inc. 2026
Sensorlink AS 2352
Sensus a Xylem Brand 1908
Sentinel Corrosion 1128
Sentry Equipment Corp. 2028
Shaanxi Elade New Material Technology Co.,Ltd. 2020
Shafer Kline & Warren Inc. 2052
Shawcor 1713
Sherwin Williams Company/The 1545
SilcoTek Corporation 729
Simona America, Inc. 2327
Southwest Research Institute 544
Southwestern Paint Panels 2126
Specialty Polymer Coatings Inc 2237
Specialty Products Inc 2008
Spectro Analytical Instruments 2306
Speir Hunter Ltd 2127
Sponge-Jet Inc 1631
SSPC: Society for Protective Coatings 2002
Stainless Structurals 2552
Step-Ko Products, L.L.C. 623
STEULER-KCH GmbH 2620
Stress Engineering Services 2129
Structural Integrity Assoc Inc 2051
Stuart Steel Protection Corp 1811
Sulzer Mixpac USA Inc 851
Superior Alloy Technology 2548
Superior Products Int'l Inc 536
Swain Meter Company/The 952
Tantaline CVD ApS 2445
TEAM Industrial Services Inc 1154
Technical Toolboxes 726
Technofink Ltd. 650
Technoform Kunststoffprofile GmbH 519
Technology Design Ltd. 821
Teledyne Oil & Gas 1828
Temp-Coat Brand Products, LLC 2453
Tesla NanoCoatings Inc. 2019
Thermo Fisher Scientific 1617
Thorpe Specialty Services Corporation 2523
Thortex Group, The - America 2645
Tinker & Rasor 1245
Titanium Electrode Products Inc. 1546
Titanium Fabrication Corporation 1524
Tnemec Company Inc 2537
TRC 753
Trenton Corporation 1415
Tricor Industrial Inc. 1830
TruQC 2234
Tubacex S.A. 2628
Tuff-N-Nuff, LTD 920
U.S. Minerals 2311
Ultramet CPT 1917
United Titanium Inc 1951
University of Akron 2412
UT Comp 2431
Utility Safety & Design, Inc. 449
Valbruna Stainless, Inc. 827
VDM Metals USA, LLC 1737
VitaFlex Soft-Stretch Protective Hood 1029
Vivax-Metrotech Corp. 822
Ward Tank & Heat Exchanger 1153
Wasser Coatings 853
Western Falcon 1155
Whitford Corporation 1809
Wirx Group - CleanWirx 2205
Worthington Industries 2323
WrapMaster, Inc. 817
X-Chem, A Clariant Company 954
XCTAT Xingchan Tai Anodes Technology Co. Ltd 2050
Xi'an Taijin Industrial Electrochemical Technology Co., Ltd. 2123
ZCL Composites Inc. 2432
Zerust Oil and Gas 1654
Zetec Inc. 1754
Zhejiang Yuxi Corrosion Control Corp. 1921
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