NACE International

 
1st Quarter 2014
Volume 5, Number 1
 
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In This Issue:

TEG 282X:
Technical Information Exchange: Oil and Gas Production, Sour Corrosion

 

Macrocells Influence Corrosion Rate of Submerged Marine Concrete Structures

 

NACE International to Open New Corrosion Control Training Center in Dubai

 

Something to Celebrate …

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TEG 282X:
Technical Information Exchange: Oil and Gas Production, Sour Corrosion

Technology Exchange Group (TEG) – 282X: Sour Corrosion, Information Exchange, was started in 2001 under Specific Technology Group (STG) 31, “Oil and Gas Production,” to discuss and disseminate knowledge of sour corrosion and its control. During the past 12 years, the TEG organized more than 20 technical information exchange (TIE) meetings with more than 50 presenters and sponsored 10 symposia in which more than 100 technical papers were presented.

In keeping with the group’s long history of providing informative sessions, TEG 282X hosted a 1-day TIE on September 23, 2013, during Corrosion Technology Week (CTW) 2013 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The session included 10 panelists who led discussions on the status of the sour corrosion industry and reflected on the industry’s direction.
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Macrocells Influence Corrosion Rate of Submerged Marine Concrete Structures

Using numerical modeling, an Italian research team has discovered the role ‘macrocells’ play in the corrosion of hollow submerged marine concrete structures such as tunnels and parking structures.

In marine environments, chloride-induced corrosion of steel can quickly take a toll on hollow submerged structures such as tunnels or parking structures by degrading their concrete and reinforced steel bars. This is a serious problem, given the high cost associated with building these structures and the fact that regular maintenance and restoration activities can prove quite challenging.
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NACE International to Open New Corrosion Control Training Center in Dubai

Bringing its courses to members and customers in the Middle East and surrounding regions, NACE International recently announced it will open a new training facility in Dubai, UAE. The new training center will feature two classrooms offering NACE International’s most popular courses and the NACE Institute’s most in-demand certifications.

As industry and governments worldwide demanded NACE Institute certified professionals, NACE International leadership recognized that a permanent facility in an easily accessible location was needed. "I hear from business owners, CEOs, and human resources professionals almost daily about how valuable NACE Institute certified professionals are," said NACE President, Tushar Jhaveri. "The demand is there, the jobs are there, the future employees are there, and now we are bringing the training to them to meet the demand."
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Something to Celebrate …
Technical Coordination Committee Service Milestones Awards 2013

Several times a year, NACE’s Technical Coordination Committee (TCC) recognizes members who have achieved service milestones by presenting them with a lapel pin to acknowledge their years of technical committee service. This year the following members received a service pin in September at Corrosion Technology Week (CTW) or via the mail.

Richard A. Benson was awarded a service pin for 20 years of participation in NACE technical committees.
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