LBBC Baskerville and University of Leeds host successful industry workshop
LBBC Baskerville and University of Leeds hosted a successful industry workshop as part of their Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) last month.
The event was well attended with a group of around 30 oil and gas and research industry specialists.
Attendees heard from Professor Anne Neville, RAEng Chair in Emerging Technologies at University of Leeds on ‘The need for corrosion testing and linking to the field’ and Trevor Hughes, Scientific Advisor for Schlumberger, Cambridge on ‘Linking Laboratory Corrosion Testing to Field Applications: Current and Future Field Challenges’. There were also several open discussion sessions and a tour of the LBBC facilities.
Further details of LBBC Baskerville and University of Leeds research developments will be available in due course.
To register for future workshop events on corrosion testing please contact Danny Burkle on [email protected] or +44 (0) 113 205 7413