LBBC Baskerville’s, Dr Danny Burkle will be presenting on ‘Addressing limitations of laboratory based techniques through adapted systems’ as part of the University of Leeds 2-day short course on ‘Oilfield Corrosion Science and Engineering’ on Wednesday 22nd May 2019.
The course run by the University of Leeds runs on Tuesday 21st and Wednesday 22nd May at University of Leeds, UK.
How will I benefit?
This course will provide an overview of the most pertinent corrosion threats to production and processing facilities within the oil and gas industry. You will benefit from academic and industrial presentations, demonstrations, theory sessions and interactive sessions, allowing you to better engage with experts when needed.
At the end, you will be able to identify the various forms of corrosion damage and the best corresponding control, monitoring and mitigating techniques.
Who should attend?
This course is suitable for you if you are:
- Oil and gas operators, managers of operations, engineering and maintenance functions or asset integrity engineers.
- Engineers and scientists working in the oilfield industry, whether involved in downhole systems, above-ground storage tanks or production pipelines.
- Design and maintenance engineers or technical staff involved in both offshore and onshore oil and gas activities.
- Scientists or chemical engineers /suppliers who would value a deeper understanding of how corrosion science and theory can be applied to better understand and solve real industrial corrosion problems.
- Engineers or designers involved in the supply of metals and alloys or corrosion inhibitors for oilfield corrosion environments.
The full course details and online booking are now available from the course web page click here