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Past Events

November 2016 - NACE GB Annual General Meeting & Technical Presentations

07 November, 2016

AGM 2016

This annual event allows members of the British corrosion community to exchange information and experiences. It provides an opportunity to

  • Exchange of corrosion experiences
  • Get an update on Standards & Workgroups
  • Let the Board know what NACE does right and what needs to change

Technical Presentations

The Automated Internal Field Joint Coating process: Providing sustainable solutions through consistency
By: John Demore IV (Aegion)

Voltage Interference to Buried Structures
By: Ken Lax (Corroconsult)

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The 10th Element Oilfield Engineering with Polymers Conference 2016

25 October, 2016

The oil and gas industry continues to need high quality products made out of durable and reliable materials to maximize the lifetime and reliability of its infrastructure and to meet the ever increasing self-regulatory, legal and industry standards to minimize the environmental impact from its operations.

To address this, Element Materials Technology and NACE International are teaming up to host the 10th Element Oilfield Engineering with Polymers Conference, a world renowned event that focuses on the international application of polymers and other advanced materials within the oil and gas sector.

Event Date & Location:
25-27 October 2016, Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London, UK

Please click on “more details” below for registration, sponsorship and more information on the event.

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ICORR & NACE GB JOINT MEETING

14 April, 2016

Timings:
18:00 Social half hour
18:30 Presentation
19:30 Refreshments and Networking
21:00 Program ends

Presentation by:
Elizabeth Hillier
Principal Engineer
Head of Section: Subsea and Pipelines, London Approval Centre, DNV GL UK Limited

Summary:
There are few available methods to systematically map the threat of Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion (MIC). This is for many reasons; the highly unpredictable nature of microorganisms, disagreement among scien-tists regarding which groups of microorganisms influence corrosion, and limited knowledge about which (physical, chemical and biological) factors drive MIC. This presentation describes a new risk based threat as-sessment procedure for MIC.

Venue
Imperial College, Skempton Building, London SW7 2BB

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NACE MR 0175 Seminar - 1st December

01 December, 2015

MR 0175 is The Premier Standard for Cracking Prevention Through Material Selection.
The NACE MR0175/ISO 15156 standard is NACE International’s guideline to help prevent environmental cracking in sour (H2S containing) production environments. This standard helps address corrosion of metal components from sulphide stress cracking, stress corrosion cracking, and other mechanisms of cracking caused by H2S. Complying with this standard will help your company avoid costly equipment failures and minimize the health and safety risk to the public, personnel, and the environment. Companies can also benefit from the increased business opportunities that can come with proving that they are in compliance with this standard.

Attend the NACE MR0175/ISO 15156 One-Day Seminar to understand how the standard affects your company and what you can do to comply with the standard. The seminar will consist of one-day of instruction, allowing you to choose which day you want to attend.

The seminar will take place at the Exova Corosion Center, Unit 1 Yorks Park, Blowers Green Road, Dudley, West Midlands, DY2 8UL, United Kingdom.

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NACE MR 0175 Seminar - 30th November

30 November, 2015

MR 0175 is The Premier Standard for Cracking Prevention Through Material Selection.
The NACE MR0175/ISO 15156 standard is NACE International’s guideline to help prevent environmental cracking in sour (H2S containing) production environments. This standard helps address corrosion of metal components from sulphide stress cracking, stress corrosion cracking, and other mechanisms of cracking caused by H2S. Complying with this standard will help your company avoid costly equipment failures and minimize the health and safety risk to the public, personnel, and the environment. Companies can also benefit from the increased business opportunities that can come with proving that they are in compliance with this standard.

Attend the NACE MR0175/ISO 15156 One-Day Seminar to understand how the standard affects your company and what you can do to comply with the standard. The seminar will consist of one-day of instruction, allowing you to choose which day you want to attend.

The seminar will take place at the Exova Corosion Center, Unit 1 Yorks Park, Blowers Green Road, Dudley, West Midlands, DY2 8UL, United Kingdom.

Please click on ‘more details’ below to download the registration form:

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NACE GB Section AGM 2015

27 October, 2015

This annual event allows members of the British corrosion community to exchange information and experiences. It provides an opportunity to
- Exchange of corrosion experiences
- Get an update on Standards & Workgroups
- Let the board know what NACE does right and what needs to change

Event location:
CB&I, 40 Eastbourne Terrace, London W2 6LG

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Knowledge Transfer Corrosion Matters (2 Day Workshop)

10 June, 2015

The Institute of Corrosion (Correx Ltd) and NACE GB recognise that to improve safety and reliability in different industries there is a need to improve the flow of knowledge transfer between them. Their joint workshop can be considered the start of this process. By bringing together delegates from diverse industries, case studies can be used to identify potential areas of commonality and the best routes for knowledge transfer. See registration form attached.

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Case study measurement of line current as an aid to solving cathodic protection problems

09 April, 2015

Institute of Corrosion; London Branch joint meeting with NACE (GB Section)

Speaker: Geoff White Case study – measurement of line current as an aid to solving cathodic protection problems

Venue Naval Club, 38 Hill Street, London

NACE GB AGM 2014

28 October, 2014

NACE GB Annual General Meeting and Evening Technical Presentations. CB&I, 40 Eastbourne terrace, London.

Energy Security: Corrosion Matters

17 June, 2014

ICORR and NACE – Section, Energy Security-Corrosion Matters Conference

17 and 18 June 2014

Royal Overseas League, St James, London

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NACE-ICORR

27 May, 2014

Venue: Palm Court Hotel
Presenter: Carl Caicedo (Shell)
Topic: New Approaches and Technologies to Manage Atmospheric Corrosion and CUI

NACE-ICorr 2014

11 April, 2014

Speaker: Andrew Sturgeon on ‘Subsea design and its impact on technology requirements – a materials engineering perspective’.

NACE GB AGM 2013

29 September, 2013

NACE GB Annual General Meeting and Evening Technical Presentations

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NACE-ICorr 2013

11 April, 2013

Speaker: Alex Delwiche of Deepwater EU Ltd, ‘Designing CP Systems and Understanding CP data in acidic environments for pipelines’.

The Naval Club,
38 Hill Street,
Mayfair,
London W1J

17.30 for 18.15 start

Metals and their Corrosion Behaviour in Marine Environments

30 May, 2012

This one-day seminar is organised by National Metals Technology Centre (NAMTEC) and will be presented by leading experts in the field of marine corrosion. NACE GB is pleased to support
the seminar.

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NACE GB AGM 2011

03 October, 2011

NACE GB Annual General Meeting and Evening Technical Presentations

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NACE-ICorr 2010

14 September, 2010

Networking event with exhibition and technical presentations

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