AGH and Honeywell workshop on: - oil-gas

AGH and Honeywell workshop on:
New Materials and Corrosion Technologies for Oil and Gas Applications
23-24 April 2015, AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland
Preliminary Program
Day 1 – 23rd April 2015
Day 2 - 24th April 2015
9:00 – 9:45am
Refinery Process and Corrosion
Performance - Russ Kane, Honeywell
9:45 - 11:45am
Refinery Corrosion Asset Integrity II Discussion Panel
Moderator - Sridhar Srinivasan
On-site Registration
12:00pm – 1:00pm Lunch
Welcome Address: Tomasz Szmuc,
Prorector AGH
Welcome Address: Sridhar
Srinivasan, Global Business Leader
– Honeywell Corrosion Solutions
Polish Efforts to Improve
Technology Innovation in Energy
Sector - Wojciech Nowak, AGH
Topics: corrosion in refineries, sour water systems, corrosion
in amine units, corrosion in crude units (naphthenic acid
corrosion, high temperature sulfidation, Ammonium Chloride
Corrosion) integrated solution for assed integrity, real time
corrosion prediction and monitoring for refinery units,
Integrity Operating Windows, Real time Asset Integrity
Krzysztof Kurzydlowski, NCBiR
12:00 - 1:00pm
Criticality of Corrosion in Industrial
Applications Jacek Banas, AGH.
Mechanism and kinetics of corrosion of
low alloyed Fe-Cr steels in H2O-CO2-H2S
1:00 - 1:45pm
Polish shale gas- new technologies
and perspective for production –
Stanislaw Nagy, AGH
1:45 - 3:45pm
Technology for Shale Oil/Gas
Exploration and Monitoring –
III Discussion Panel
Moderators Stanislaw Nagy and Igor Kosacki
Water/proton-induced corrosion in
materials: detection and
mechanism - Philippe Colomban, CNRS
Nanomaterials and New
Technolgies for Oil and Gas Igor Kosacki
New research in nanotechnology at
AGH UST - Marek Przybylski, AGH
Honeywell Corrosion Solutions New research initiatives - Sridhar
Srinivasan, Honeywell
10 minutes break
5:10 - 7:10pm
Corrosion Monitoring Technologies
for industrial Applications –
I Discussion Panel
Moderator – Russell Kane, Principal Consultant, Honeywell
Corrosion Solutions
Topics: H2S, CO2, Cl2 and H2 related corrosion, currently
used monitoring methods, electrochemical methods for
corrosion momitoring, new methods for in situ and real time
corrosion monitoring – SmartSET, optical spectroscopy,
impedance spectroscopy, models for predicting corrosion.
Dinner with Workshop Attendees
Topics: definition and introduction to shale gas, sands and
coal bed methane reservoirs, future prospects for common
areas of interests in optimization of explorations, new
materials and concept for reservoir stimulation, proppants
and fracturing fluids, mechanical properties of fracturing,
modeling of fracture processs, green practice in gas
engineering, environmental surface monitoring and risk
assessment, new methods for reservoir and process
monitoring wellbore integrity aspects,
3:45 – 4:00pm
4:00 – 5:00pm
Conclusions and Recommendations
for future cooperation
End of workshop and
Departure to airport