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Preliminary Conference Program for ChemInnovations the only CPI Evnet in North America in 2010

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    • Houston, Texas OctOBER 19-21, 2010 RelianT CenTeR, Hall e ConneCting with the Future of the Global ChemiCal & petroChemiCal proCess industries it is a great honor to extend to my fellow chemical engineers a warm invitation to join us in the great city of houston, texas for the first installment of Cheminnovations. this is the onlY integrated conference and exhibition taking place in north america this year for the entire chemical & petrochemical process industries. no where else will you find so many practical presentations of unbiased, institutional knowledge and innovative technologies together under one roof covering solutions that are applicable in industries wherever chemical change takes place: chemical & petrochemical, petroleum refining, plastics & resins, nonferrous metals, pulp & paper, food & beverages, glass & ceramics, pharmaceuticals, and more. now more than ever, chemical engineers are being asked to solve tough processing challenges in the context of unpredictable market and regulatory climates. With that in mind, our conference has been prepared for the engineers in the chemical & petrochemical indus- P l AT I N u m S P o N S o R tries, bY the engineers in the chemical & petrochemical industries. Whether you are involved in plant operations, instrumentation & automation, environmental health & safety, or other processing & handling challenges, Cheminnovations executive advisory board, S T R AT E G I C PA R T N E R S comprising of practicing engineering professionals, has created unique, high quality conference tracks that are focused on innovative approaches and novel technologies that you won’t find anywhere else on this scale. sessions have been tailored for all levels of the engineering career path, from entry level to engineering management, and acknowledge the immense need for knowledge transfer in today’s overstretched workforce. We expect over 2,500 attendees and 200+ exhibitors in houston. please join us on october 19 -21, to learn from each other and enjoy the great state of texas. for more information on registration, please visit us online: cpievent.com or call +1.832.242.1969. look forward to see you in houston, PRESENTED BY rebekkah marshall, b.s. Ch.e. editor-in-Chief, Chemical engineering magazine
    • Are You Keeping Up with the Solutions for Your Processing Find out at ChemInnovations… Plus See Who Should Attend? Chemical engineers plant managers/superintendents instrumentation engineers Cost estimators process engineers directors of research environmental engineers plant Chemists maintenance engineers automation engineers production engineers Control systems engineers Reach ALL major industry segments across the Industry Chemicals & petrochemicals petroleum refining Market segments comprising the CPi nonferrous metals span the chemical & petrochemical stone, Clay, Glass & Ceramics 7 major industries include: • Inorganic Chemicals pulp & paper industry • Plastics Materials & Synthetic Resins food & beverages segments • Pharmaceuticals rubber & misc. • Soaps & Detergents other manufacturing • Paints & Allied Products • Organic Chemicals • Fertilizers & Agrichemicals • Adhesives & Sealants cpievent.com
    • Houston, Texas OctOBER 19-21, 2010 RelianT CenTeR, Hall e Latest Technologies, Employing the Best Needs and Maximizing Cost-Savings? How You Stack Up Against the Competition! united states chemical & petrochemical potential spending in 2010: Strategically Located in the Heart of the Global Energy Industry, ChemInnovations Gives You Unsurpassed Access to the People and Companies Shaping What’s Next plants With proJeCts sCheduled to start ConstruCtion in 2010 for the Industry the houston metro area is home to over 3,000 energy-related companies, more oil and gas e&p firms than any other city in the world, 400+ chemical plants, and one of the world’s largest manufacturing centers for petrochemicals… the $15 billion petrochemical complex that lines the houston ship Channel is the largest in the nation. m E D I A & S P o N S o R I N G o R G A N I Z AT I o N S GloBAl CPI AllIANCE INDuSTRIAl hYGIENE NEwS
    • Schedule of Events 10 Reasons You should Monday Attend North America’s Only 7:30 am-5:00 pm 8:00 am-5:00 pm registration training Workshops Major Chemical & Petrochemical 9:00 am-5:00 pm plant & brewery tour event in 2010 11:00 am-6:00 pm Golf tournament 1 reCeiVe three days of unmatched industry learning featuring tuesday over 50+ speakers. 7:00 am-6:00 pm registration 2 See 200+ exhibitors showcasing the latest solutions for the market. 8:00 am-9:45 am Keynote: importance of fostering innovation 3 gAin strategic insights you won’t get at any other event. 10:00 am-11:30 am Conference session a 4 Meet one-on-one with industry leaders and technical experts. 11:00 am-6:00 pm exhibit hours 11:30 am-1:30 pm lunch on exhibit floor 5 LeArn about best practices across all segments of the industry. 1:30 pm-3:30 pm Conference session b 6 DiSCoVer the best technologies for your needs through 3:30 pm-6:00 pm Welcome reception on personalized tours/demos. exhibit floor 7 ConneCt with your peers from around the world at wednesday top-caliber receptions. 7:30 am-5:00 pm registration 8 CuStoMiZe your conference schedule from more than 8:30 am-9:15 am Keynote: invention and 35 sessions. the formation of the processing industry 9 DeMo cutting-edge innovations in the industrial Communications pavilion featuring Wirelesshart and emerging technologies. 9:30 am-11:00 am Conference session C 10:00 am-5:00 pm exhibit hours 10 get insights into market and regulatory trends in the chemical & petrochemical industries. 11:30 am-1:30 pm lunch on exhibit floor 1:30 am-3:00 pm Conference session d 3:00 pm-5:00 pm reception on exhibit floor 5:00 pm -6:00 pm Chemical Engineering awards reception thursday 7:00 am Christian fellowship breakfast 7:30 am-3:00 pm 8:30 am -9:15 am registration Keynote: use Your Need Help Getting 9:30 am-11:00 am imagination to start a fire Conference session e Approval to Attend? 10:00 am-2:00 pm exhibit floor open 11:30 am-1:30 pm lunch on exhibit floor Check-out these quick, helpful resources 1:30 pm-3:00 pm Conference session f 1:30 pm-4:30 pm hart Wireless seminar today at… www.cpievent.com/toolkit *schedule of events subject to Change 4 cpievent.com
    • KEynOtE & GEnERal SESSiOnS | the Power of innovation Wikipedia defines innovation as a change in the thought process for doing something or “new stuff that is made useful”. it may refer to an incremental emergent or radical and revolutionary changes in thinking, products, processes, or organizations. Cheminnovations is a gather- ing of chemical process engineers to discuss innovative ways to meet the needs of their core business. our three Keynote sessions will take you through different aspects of innovation. We will start with three speakers on the first day giving an overview/state of the industry and how large players foster innovation. on day two we will listen to John lienhard speak about how inventive minds work and highlight some inventions that have moved the industry forward, and on the last day we will hear from a modern day inventor telling you how he used his imagination to advance the concrete industry. tuESday – OPEninG KEynOtE SESSiOn the importance of Fostering innovation 10/19/2010 | 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM Chemical processing needs innovative leaders. at the opening keynote prepare to hear from a leading consulting firm about the state of the chemical process industries and what the future holds along with real statistics. this will be immediately followed by representatives from leading Cpi companies discussing the meaning and importance of innovation, sharing examples of innovative thinking that has helped their companies grow and ways to foster innovation in your own company. State of the industry & industry Statistics John Pearson, President, Chemical Week/SRI Consulting Cultivating innovative thinking André Argenton, Ph.D., Global R&D Strategy Leader, The Dow Chemical Company Being innovative while Meeting regulatory Demands Representative from ExxonMobil to be Announced WEdnESday thuRSday invention and the Formation of the use your imagination Processing industry to Start a Fire 10/20/2010 | 8:30 AM - 9:15 AM 10/21/2010 | 8:30 AM - 9:15 AM dr. John h. lienhard, author and voice of the engines of our in an era of chronically underfunded and deteriorating american infrastruc- ingenuity, a nationally syndicated radio program on national ture one man shrugged off petty politics, won over skeptics and rebounded public radio, will address the Cheminnovations Conference at- from setbacks to prove that innovation is alive and well in the business tendees to share insights into the way inventive minds work and world. John hillman, inventor of the hybrid Composite beam, (hCb) was highlight process inventions that have moved the Cpi forward. working 50 hours a week as a bridge engineer. he spent over 14 years • How important is invention in today’s process industry? working on his formula and put his first hCb in place in 2007. even at • Has innovation lost its meaning? one-tenth the weight of a conventional concrete beam, the hCb can carry • Is invention revered in today’s process industry? freight trains and last indefinitely. according to the american society of Civil engineers over 26% of us bridges are structurally deficient or function- John Lienhard, Ph.D. ally obsolete. thanks to John’s perseverance and obsession, his structural Author and Voice of The Engines of Our beam—consisting of a corrosion resistant fiberglass box containing self- consolidating concrete, steel strands, foam and a pink frilly-looking inflat- Ingenuity, KUHF 88.7FM able plastic bag—bridges can be assembled quickly and at low costs. Join us as we listen to the story of John hillman a modern day inventor, sharing his tales of obstacles, disappointments, challenges that lead to his creation and how his company fostered creativity and innovation! Register by 8/18/10 for the John Hillman P.E., S.E., President & Founder, Best Rates at www.cpievent.com HC Bridge Company, LLC with promotion code PRELIM cpievent.com 5
    • cO-lOcatEd EvEntS iSa houston Section, www.houstonisa.org, will be hosting its annual exhibition in 2010 ChemInnovations conjunction with the cheminnovations conference & Exposition on October 19-21, 2010 at Reliant center in houston. Advisory Committee “The ISA Houston Section is continuously looking for new ways to provide C. Patrick Bartosh, Sr. Client Service Manager, Sage environmental Consulting, l.P. more value to our members. We are confident our new partnership with Chem- Robert Batey, Process Consulting engineer, Innovations will fulfill the needs of both the market and industry profession- URS Corp als locally and globally,” said Mike Huereca, Chairman, iSa Houston 2010 and John Carson, President, Jenike & Johanson inc. Milton Chaves, Process engineer, Hess Corporation incoming President of the iSa Houston Section. Kristine Chin, Manager, Technical Programming, Additional information is available at www.houstonisa.org. aiChe - north Jersey local Section Shrikant Dhodapkar, Fellow, The Dow Chemical Company Victor edwards, Director of Process Safety Health, P R E S E N T E D B Y: Safety and environment, aker Solutions Russell Heinen, Vice President, SRi Consulting David Hill, Manager of Technical Support, October 21, 2010 • 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm Chemstations David Holmes, PR Manager, Process Systems Using WirelessHART™ Technology in Process industries & Solutions, emerson Process Management A Vendor-neutral, educational Seminar on the first open interoperable Bill Huitt, W. M. Huitt Co. wireless communication standard for the process industries Scott Jenkins, Chemical engineering/ access intelligence learn how this exciting new technology can help lower your operating costs, reduce Brian Kolthammer, Corporate Fellow, Research & downtime and move your company from a costly scheduled maintenance strategy to a Development, The Dow Chemical Company more cost-effective predictive maintenance strategy. Dorothy lozowski, Chemical engineering/ Fee: There is no charge for the seminar but attendance is limited. don’t miss this access intelligence opportunity to learn from the experts about this exciting new technology! loan Mansy, na Commercial Manager, Solutia Rebekkah Marshall, editor-in-Chief, For more details or to regiSter toDAY, visit wirelesshart.hartcomm.org Chemical engineering Gerald Ondrey, associate european editor, Chemical engineering Gerald Parkinson, Consultant Ravi Prakash, Solutia Ram Ramachandran, Consultant Suzanne Shelley, Contributing editor for Chemical engineering Magazine and Principal/Owner, Tradeshow Floor Sessions by Industrial Info Precision Prose, inc. Resources – Free to all Attendees adnan Siddiqui, Principal, ConcepSys Solutions llC Cecil Smith, Consultant Want to know what’s driving industrial plant spending in 2011? Jonathan Tan, Technical Professional, Kellogg Brown attend one of several 30 minute segments presented by iiR’s industry experts. & Root KBR Segments include: Chemical Processing industry, Pharmaceutical & Biotech, Guy Weismantel, President, Weismantel international alternative Fuels & Petroleum Refining industries. andrew Willson, Manager Peroxide Plants, SOlVaY Chemicals inc. north america Planning for 2011? We’ve got you covered! 6 cpievent.com
    • conference Grid MOnDaY, OCTOBeR 18, 2010 PReCOnFeRenCe WORKSHOPS full daY | 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. | $450 morninG | 8:00 am - noon | $210 afternoon | 1:00 – 5:00 pm | $210 powder and bulk storage pneumatic Conveying mixing blending and maintaining product Quality petrochemicals and Catalyst technology for the 21st Century PlanT & BReWeRY TOUR | 9:00 am – 5:00 pm | $75 exxonmobil baytown Chevron phillips pasadena plastics Complex st. arnolds brewery houston GOlF TOURnaMenT – HeRMann PaRK GOlF ClUB: 11:00 am – 6:00 pm | $100 PeR PlaYeR, $400 FOURSOMe TUeSDaY, OCTOBeR 19, 2010 | exHiBiT HOURS 11:00 am – 6:00 pm 8:00 – 9:45 am 10:00 – 11:30 am 1:30 – 3:30 pm TRaCK 1: BUSineSS inSiGHT FOR enGineeRS welcome & Keynote: Session 1a: industry Challenges from the Session 1B: managing outside influences - regulation and the importance of Fostering association perspective legal impacts innovation today TRaCK 2: DeSiGn/OPeRaTiOnS/PROCeSS - nURTURinG YOUR PlanT PRODUCTiOn Moderator: Rebekkah Marshall, Session 2a: innovative strategies for Chemical Editor-in-Chief, Chemical Engineering Session 2B: process intensification process improvements John Pearson, President, Chemical TRaCK 3: eneRGY eFFiCienCieS anD THe USe OF alTeRnaTiVe eneRGY SOURCeS Week and SRI Consulting Dr. André Argenton, Global R&D Session 3a: improved energy efficiency through Session 3B: energy efficiency in Chemical processing Strategy Leader, The Dow Chemical advanced heat transfer technology Company TRaCK 4: neW HORizOnS in aUTOMaTiOn Representative from ExxonMobil Corporation to be announced Session 4B: innovation in process automation safety and Session 4a: Wireless plant Communications security WeDneSDaY, OCTOBeR 20, 2010 | exHiBiT HOURS 10:00 am – 5:00 pm 8:30 – 9:15 am 9:30 – 11:00 am 1:30 – 3:00 pm TRaCK 1: BUSineSS inSiGHT FOR enGineeRS Session 1C: Cost estimation & project Justification Session 1D: people management and Knowledge transfer TRaCK 2: PROCeSS DeSiGn anD OPeRaTiOnS — nURTURinG YOUR PlanT PRODUCTiOn Keynote: invention and the Formation of the Session 2C: increasing production - design and revamps Session 2D: innovative materials of Construction Processing industry TRaCK 3: eneRGY eFFiCienCieS anD THe USe OF alTeRnaTiVe eneRGY SOURCeS John Lienhard, Author and Session 3C: alternative sources of energy for use Voice of Engines of our in Chemical & petrochemical facilities Ingenuity, KUHF 88.7 FM TRaCK 5: enViROnMenTal, HeaTH, anD SaFeTY - leT’S TalK ReGUlaTiOnS anD OPeRaTiOnS Session 5C: panel discussion - responding to Climate Session 5D: strategies for Clean air Change legislation THURSDaY, OCTOBeR 21, 2010 | exHiBiT HOURS 10:00 am – 2:00 pm 8:30 – 9:15 am 9:30 – 11:00 am 1:30 – 3:00 pm TRaCK 1: BUSineSS inSiGHT FOR enGineeRS Session 1e: Cultivating innovation & sustainability Session 1F: the importance of engineering ethics Keynote: use Your TRaCK 2: DeSiGn/OPeRaTiOnS/PROCeSS - nURTURinG YOUR PlanT PRODUCTiOn imagination to Start a Fire Session 2e: Clearing new hurdles via modeling, John Hillman, P.E., S.E., automation, and Control President & Founder, HC Bridge Company, LLC TRaCK 5: enViROnMenTal, HeaTH, anD SaFeTY - leT’S TalK ReGUlaTiOnS anD OPeRaTiOnS Session 5e: ensuring safer process plants Session 5F: Water treatment supply and reuse cpievent.com 7
    • conference Sessions Session 1c: cost Estimation Track 1: Business Insight cPi Workshops for Engineers & Project Justification 10/20/2010 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM many of the most pressing engineering chal- the content in this session will address new Workshop: Powder & Bulk Storage lenges result from changing business conditions. approaches to estimating and justifying project 10/18/2010 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM this track addresses today’s key issues affecting costs with improved success including best Instructor: Herman Purutyan, CEO, Jenike the chemical & petrochemical process indus- practices on navigating through the storm of & Johanson Inc. tries. these include: working with and managing economic volatility. people, the impact of the business, the volatile from the leaders in powder and bulk storage learn economic environment, justifing & estimated Chair: Adnan A. Siddiqui, Principal, ConcepSys the fundamentals of powder flow technology costs and creating a culture of innovation. Solutions LLC and step-by-step process for designing a bulk Co-Chair: Jonathan Tan, Technical Professional, solid storage Vessel in this day long workshop. Track Chair: Russell Heinen, Vice President, SRI Kellogg Brown & Root KBR Consulting Workshop: Petrochemicals Track Co-Chair(s): Adnan Siddiqui, Principal, economic Design: An economic optimization ConcepSys Solutions LLC Methodology and catalyst technology for Thane R. Brown, Retired Proctor & Gamble Engineer the 21st century & Adjunct Professor, University of Dayton Session 1a: industry challenges 10/18/2010 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM how to Justify Automation Projects Instructor: Rob Parry, Executive Account Manager, from the association Perspective Douglas White, Plant Web Solutions Group, Emerson BASF Catalysts 10/19/2010 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM Process Management this workshop will give you a brief introduction the Chemical & petrochemical process industries transforming Publicly Available information to petrochemicals and catalysts, the challenges are constantly looking for ways to meet product de- into an innovative tool for Business Decisions in converting to bio-based feedstocks and share mand while watching the bottom line, all the while Aldemir Marreiros, Intratec case studies of trouble shooting. watching out for safety and security of the plants physical assets as well as information assets. the Session 1d: People Management aM Workshop: Pneumatic speakers will kick off the business insights track. & Knowledge transfer conveying each will talk from their association perspective about the Cpi and the challenges they face. 10/20/2010 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM 10/18/2010 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Instructor: Eric Maynard, Senior Consultant, Jenike texas Chemical Council Perspective this session addresses the demographic issues & Johanson Inc. Hector Rivero, President, Texas Chemical Council* facing the industry as new process engineers are brought in to replace the aging workforce in learn the fundamentals of pneumatic Convey- Biotechnology industry many plants. the issues address the problems ing technology and troubleshooting Common organization Perspective associated with transferring many years of problems with pneumatic Conveying systems by Rina Singh Ph.D., Director, Policy Industrial experience to the new process engineers, who in attending this half day workshop. Biotechnology & Environmental, many ways speak an entirely different language BIO | Biotechnology Industry Organization and are motivated by different factors that can PM Workshop: Mixing, Blending & make management and knowledge transfer wireless industrial networking Alliance Maintaining Product Quality Perspective difficult. the changing economic environment 10/18/2010 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Paul Goodson, Executive Director, Wireless Industrial has led to a smaller workforce, different work Instructor: Eric Maynard, Senior Consultant, Jenike Networking Alliance WINA* functions being outsourced and changing at- & Johanson Inc. titudes and motivations in the people we work from the leaders in mixing, blending and with everyday. this session attempts to bring Session 1B: Managing Outside understanding to the changing environment and maintaining product Quality learn more about mixing, blending, and sampling of bulk solid and influences - Regulation & legal how we can effectively work with people in this preventing particle segregation and its harmful impacts day and age. effects on product Quality by attending this half 10/19/2010 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM Chair: Milton A. Chaves, Process Engineer, Hess day workshop. the content in this session will address how the Corporation broader economy and business objectives can Co-Chair: Mr. Russell Heinen, Vice President, SRI workshops are an additional charge. Consulting impact your role. You will learn how financial See the website www.cpievent.com for more principles can impact the profitability of your Aging Plants + Aging workforce = the risk details and workshop takeaways. plant, your capital projects, and your firm. best Management Conundrum practices on navigating through the storm of Kevin North, President and CEO, Dyadem economic volatility will be presented. how Leading indicators Affect Your Safety Chair: Russell Heinen, Vice President, SRI Consulting Performance Culture how the industry outlook impacts You and Sam Harkins, Environmental, Health, Safety & Training Your Company Director, Veolia Environmental Services - NA Russell Heinen, Vice President, SRI Consulting 3D immersive Learning environment networks * = Invited presenters non-Legal obligations Facing Plant operators Quincey Jones, Sr. Vice President, Optimum Chris Paul, Attorney, McAfee Taff Performance Solutions Inc. 8 cpievent.com
    • Houston, Texas OctOBER 19-21, 2010 RelianT CenTeR, Hall e Session 1E: cultivating innovation Session 2a: innovative Strategies for Co-Author(s): & Sustainability chemical Process improvements Lisa Leone, Drexel University Chern-Hooi Lim, Drexel University 10/21/2010 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM 10/19/2010 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM Jared Lucchesi, Drexel University innovation is a key driver of financial success a collection of papers that outline novel but Dominic Ciccimaro, Drexel University and sustainability of enterprises in the chemical proven concepts and techniques for process incremental hydrocracking enabled by processing industries. this session shows how optimization, such as, diversifying raw material Microchannel technology creating a culture of innovation leads not just to sourcing, ultrasonic cavitations, new solutions for Jeff McDaniel, Director, Business Development, new products, but new levels of operation and fischer-tropsch process, and process intensifica- Velocys, Inc. safety performance. real case studies are used tion and optimization. to illustrate how you can also create a culture of Co-Author(s): Edward Rode & Kai Jarosch Chair: Shrikant Dhodapkar, Fellow, The Dow innovation within your job, department, and firm. Design, Construction and operation of Chemical Company a Disilane Production unit utilizing Chair: Adnan A. Siddiqui, Principal, ConcepSys Co-Chair: Pradeep Jain, Senior Research Fellow, The inherently Safer technology (iSt). Solutions LLC Dow Chemical Company Robert Kultgen, Technology Manager - Silanes and Managing global Sustainability initiatives how innovative Design techniques will en- Siemens Decomposition, REC Silicon with economic and Social Benefit able the Chemical industry to Diversify its Loren D. Alexander, Manager, Global*National raw Material Sourcing Programs, Veolia Environmental Services Christophe Schilling, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer, Session 2c: increasing Production - Pathways to Sustainable 2050 u.S. Chemicals Genomatica design & Revamps Manufacturing ultrasonic Cavitations: generation and its 10/20/2010 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM William Choate, Group Manager / Senior Technical role in enhancing Different Chemical & this session provides you with innovative ideas Staff, BCS, Incorporated Physical Processes to use, design, or acquire Cpi assets, such as Co-Author: Morgan Smith, BCS, Incorporated Sami Awad, Ph.D., VP of Technology, Crest Ultrasonic critical aspects of moving bed dryers, more ef- Corporation ficent dryer units, and fired heater efficiencies. Session 1F: the importance of Compact heat exchange reactor: A new Chair: John Carson, Ph.D. President, Jenike Engineering Ethics Solution for Fischer-tropsch Process in Fixed & Johanson Inc. 10/21/2010 1:30 – 2:30 pm Bed reactor Co-Chair: Karl Jacob, The Dow Chemical Company Zhijun Jia, Ph.D., Manager of Reactor Development, now more than ever ethics training is key in the Chart Energy & Chemicals Critical Aspects of Moving Bed Dryer Design engineering industry. the recent oil spill is another Co-Author(s): and operation failure for a profession already deeply afflicted with Larry Stryker, Chart Energy & Chemicals, Inc. Greg Mehos, Ph.D., Jenike & Johanson Inc. an identity crisis and which questions its role in u.s. society. engineers are failing to stand up for Burt Davis, University of Kentucky, Center of Applied Methods for expanding ethanol Dehydration Energy Research Plants higher –cost measures that might prevent disas- Dennis Sparks, University of Kentucky, Center of Jansley Pascoal, Technical Manager, Intratec* ters. in this one hour ethics course you will walk Applied Energy Research away with some best practices to use in everyday Seven Myths of used Process equipment for work life situations and add to the mandatory eth- Process intensification and optimization the Chemical industry ics hours you need do work in the state of texas. Helmut Schildknecht, Lists USA Inc. Gregg Epstein, President, Perry Videx, LLC Instructor:John C. Lagace Jr., Process Manager new Approach to improving efficiency of & Partner, Commonwealth Engineering and Fired heaters Construction, LLC Session 2B: Process intensification Ashutosh Garg, Vice President, Furnace Improve- 10/19/2010 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM ments Services Inc. Track 2: Process Design novel ways to reduce operating costs and safety hazards through application of process intensifi- and Operations — Nurturing cation and different design approaches such as * = Invited presenters Your Plant Production microchannel reactors, incremental hydrocrack- ing, and utilizing inherently safer technology (ist). this track focuses on unique approaches and technologies that offer improvements in the Chair: David Holmes, PR Manager, Process Systems & areas of process design and optimization. ses- Solutions, Emerson Process Management REgIstER by 8/18/10 sions include innovative strategies for Chemical Co-Chair: John Carson, Ph.D., President, Jenike & process improvements, increasing production Johanson Inc. for the Best Rates at — design & revamps, innovative materials of Construction, and Clearing new hurdles Via overview of Process intensification www.cpievent.com with Rocky Costello, President, P.E., R.C. Costello & Assoc., Inc. modeling, automation & Control. attendees will learn innovative approaches to use in their Microchannel reactor For Propylene oxida- promotion code PRELIM everyday careers. tion to Acrolein and Acrylic Acid Steven G. Schon P.E., Engineering Fellow, Arkema Inc. Track Chair: Shrikant Dhodapkar, Fellow, The Dow Chemical Company Track Co-Chair: John Carson, President, Jenike & Johanson Inc. cpievent.com 9
    • conference Sessions Session 2d: avoiding leaks, use of wind Power at CP contamination and loss With Track 3: Energy Steve Westhead, Solutia - Therminol Heat Transfer innovative Materials of construction Efficiencies and the use of Fluids 10/20/2010 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM alternative Energy Sources use of Biomass Power in a CPi facility Thomas McGowan, President, TMTS Associates, Inc. * these presentations offer innovative solutions this track will focus on advanced heat transfer to the most pressing maintenance and perfor- technology, energy efficiency, and alternative using Solar energy to Power Cooling mance problems that are associated with harsh sources of energy for use in Cpi facilities. Applications or aggressive fluid handling in the Cpi. problems Yessica Trejo-Dominguez, Engineer, Universidad Track Chair: Guy Weismantel, President, Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)* addressed include corrosion in heat exchangers, Weismantel International failure of mechanical seals and bearings, leaking Track Co-Chair: Brian Kolthammer, Corporate in pumps and energy loss. Fellow, Research & Development, The Dow novel Surface treatment increases Chemical Company Track 4: New Horizons in Maintenance intervals on Mechanical automation Seals and Bearings Mark Slivinski, President and Founder, Carbide Panel 3a: improved Energy the chemical and petrochemical industries Derivative Technologies, Inc.* Efficiency through advanced traditionally have been highly receptive to novel Containment Shell improves energy heat transfer technology new control and supervision technologies. 10/19/2010 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM these industries have invested more money efficiency of Seal-less, Magnetic-Coupled and time in research and innovation than Pumps improved energy efficiency through heat transfer any other industrial sectors. this track will Nicolas Weibel Ph.D., Greene Tweed & Company* technology focusing on: highlight two of the most timely and in- innovative & Cost-effective handling of Fluids • Heat transfer equipment novative areas in process automation today: and Solids by means of hermetically Sealed • Fluids Wireless Communications and safety and Double hose-Diaphragm Pumps • Process Design/Selection security. Heinz Nägel, FELUWA Pumpen GmbH* Chair: Guy Weismantel, President, Weismantel Track Chair: David Holmes, PR Manager, Selection of Corrosive resistant heat ex- International Process Systems & Solutions, Emerson changer Materials of Construction used in Co-Chair: Brian Kolthammer, Corporate Fellow, Process Management Diluted Sulfuric Acid Applications Research & Development, The Dow Chemical Danielle Garito, Product Engineer, Ametek Company Moderator/Chair: David Carpenter, Consultant Session 4a: Wireless Plant Session 2E: clearing new hurdles Panelists from Heat Transfer Research Institute communications via Modeling, automation & control 10/19/2010 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM 10/21/2010 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Panel 3B: Energy Efficiency in Communications hassles restrict workplace learn how advances in process simulation, hmi chemical Processing mobility, as well as frustrate managers and systems and optimization packages and methods 10/19/2010 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM employees. thus, many companies are scram- can help you achieve new levels in process panel discussion on energy efficiency based on bling to find cost-efficient methods to improve design and control. topics include on-line decision advanced heat integration, waste heat recovery, internal communications systems that enhance support systems, human centered design, and and use of low grade energy. operational productivity. Wireless plant communi- new fouling models. cations come in many forms and address a wide • Advanced Heat Integration range of goals at relatively low cost. this session Chair: David Hill, Manager of Technical Support, • Waste Heat Recovery will show how wireless hardware standards sim- Chemstations • Use of Low Grade Energy plify integration and provide real-world examples on-line Decision Support Systems for Moderator/Chair: Brian Kolthammer, Corporate Fellow, of the economies of scale that have already been optimizing Plant operations Research & Development, The Dow Chemical achieved. William A. Poe, Product Sales Executive, Invensys Company Panelists TBA wireless hardware Standards, Making the Conquering Complexity with human right Choice Centered Design Stephan Schultz, Senior Product Manager Bryan Jones, Emerson Process Management Session 3c: alternative Sources of Automation, R. Stahl Schaltgeräte GmbH Energy for use in chemical & Plant wireless Solutions at the LAn level Petrochemical Processing Facilities Kim Hoyt, Manufacturing Excellence Manager, 10/20/2010 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Huntsman Corporation evaluating alternative sources of energy for use in Cpi facilities: • Solar • Wind • Biomass • Hydrogen Moderator/Chair: Loan Mansy, NA Commercial * = Invited presenters Manager, Solutia - Therminol Heat Transfer Fluids 10 cpievent.com
    • Houston, Texas OctOBER 19-21, 2010 RelianT CenTeR, Hall e Session 4B: innovation in Process David Allen, Melvin H. Gertz Regents Chair in Chemi- Chair: Victor Edwards, Director of Process Safety cal Engineering and Director, University Of Texas Health, Safety and Environment, Aker Solutions automation Safety & Security at Austin* Co-Chair: Dorothy Lozowski, Managing Editor, 10/19/2010 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM Chemical Engineering/Access Intelligence in the chemical & petrochemical process indus- Session 5d: Strategies for clean air unique Safety Approach to tracking tries, instrumentation, automation, and control go 10/20/2010 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM Personnel in the Plant Along with hand in hand with safety and security. this session this session will address the management strategies hazardous gas information will explain where safety instrumented systems and technology options for monitoring air emissions Ken Johnson, Senior Manager, ACCENTURE LLP are needed and help clarify the complex issues of capturing and destroying pollutants, and ensuring integrating the two. it will also show how automa- regulatory compliance, and compliance with mainte- Primary explosion only Provides Limited Safety tion can help secure process facilities at a more Gerd Mayer, Ph.D. Rembe, Inc. nance, startup and shutdown regulations. vigilant level. improving Process Safety Performance using Chair: C. Patrick Bartosh, Sr. Client Service Manager, First things First Sage Environmental Consulting, L.P. Process hazard information John Cusimano, Director of Security Services, Exida Jo Fearnley, Principal Consultant, Aker Solutions Co-Chair: Suzanne Shelley, Contributing Editor for Co-Author: SreeRaj Nair, Principal Engineer, Functional Safety in the Chemical Process Chemical Engineering Magazine and Principal/ Consultancy Services, Aker Solutions industry Owner, Precision Prose, Inc. Denise Chastain-Knight, CH2M Hill environmentally and economically Beneficial Process Safety for the Common Folk Flare gas recovery Projects in Petrochemical Jack Chosnek, President, KnowledgeOne Facilities Session 5F: Water treatment Track 5: Environmental, Roger Blanton P.E., Senior Applications Engineer - Health & Safety – Gas Recovery Group, John Zink Company Supply & Reuse 10/21/2010 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM Let’s talk regulations energy Savings; Particulate emissions Moni- toring; And intelligent integration of Baghouse With increasing water scarcity, the need for water & Operations Control & Sensing for Dust Collection Systems treatment and reuse is becoming more important. this track will provide guidance on critical Gerry Kaelin, Mechanical Engineer/Vice President, this session will address emerging technologies issues for the Chemical process indus- FilterSense for water treatment, conservation, and reuse. tries such as adapting to climate change Chair: Dorothy Lozowski, Managing Editor, Chemical enhanced Leak Detection and repair Programs legislation, reducing air emissions, assuring Engineering Jim Drago, P.E., Manager, Business Development, safer process plants, and optimizing water Garlock Sealing Technologies Co-Chair: Scott Jenkins, Associate Editor, Chemical resources. participants can expect to learn Framework for Selecting thin-Cake Candle Engineering practical strategies to protect the environ- ment, health, and safety. Filter technology for removing Solid water reuse Best Practices/Lessons Learned Contaminant Fines From recirculating Acid Michael Dorsey, Senior Materials Corrosion Technolo- Track Chair: C. Patrick Bartosh, Sr. Client Service gas Scrubbing Fluid Streams gist, DuPont Nylon Intermediates & Specialties* Manager, Sage Environmental Consulting, L.P. Barry A. Perlmutter, Managing Director, BHS-Filtration Track Co-Chair: Victor Edwards, Director of Pro- Inc. Deployment of Biokinetic Modeling tools to cess Safety Health, Safety and Environment, optimize real time Biological wastewater Aker Solutions Control Strategies for halogen and Sulfur Process Control in the oil refining industry Bearing Compounds from Chemical and Petro David Kujawski, VP, Refinery Water Engineering & Chemical Processes Associates Panel 5c: Responding to climate Scott Bayon, Regional Sales Manager, Anguil Environ- mental Systems Inc.clc A new Strategy for Cooling tower water change legislation Conservation Co-Author: Kevin Summ, Marketing Manager, Anguil Henry A. Becker, H-O-H Water Technology, Inc. 10/20/2010 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Environmental Systems Inc.clc this panel of experts will examine the evolving water reuse in a CPi tips from twDB issues and technologies for management of green Jorge Arroyo, Texas Water Development Board house gases: monitoring and reporting require- Session 5E: Ensuring Safer ments, facility-wide management of GhG evolving Process Plants state, national and international regulations, Carbon Capture and sequestration 10/21/2010 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM these presentations will review innovative ap- Chair: C. Patrick Bartosh, Sr. Client Service Manager, Sage Environmental Consulting, L.P. proaches to maximize protection of personnel and plant assets in the most cost-effective ways. REgIstER by 8/18/10 Co-Chair: Suzanne Shelley, Contributing Editor for Chemical Engineering Magazine and Principal/ • Correlating personnel location with hazardous for the Best Rates at gas monitoring Owner, Precision Prose, Inc. • New methods to mitigate dust explosion hazards www.cpievent.com with Panelists: Mark Lockhart, Washington Group International, Inc. • Process safety management for smaller facilities • Improving process safety performance using promotion code PRELIM Ron Crum, URS Corporation process hazard information Ian M. Glasgow P.E., Sr. Technical Professional, Mus- tang Engineering * = Invited presenters cpievent.com 11
    • chementator & Poster Sessions Sonocatalysis: A novel Method for Speeding up generating electricity From Low-Pressure Steam Track 6: chementator Catalysis Kathrin Hielscher, Hielscher Ultrasonics GmbH* and Streams Cooler than 300° Robert Wissolik, PE, Wies International Engineering Lightning round improved Production Process increases Catalyst Services* live interviews, hosted by Chemical engineering Activity and Selectivity Alternative energy Projects & heat transfer editors, will identify the unique benefits of newly Christian Augustin, Hollomet GmbH* Fluids: A Powerful Combination proven technologies or approaches that can Heather Bateman, Solutia - Therminol Heat Transfer Catalytic Conversion of Co to Valuable Products Fluids achieve breakthroughs for chemical & petro- Mike Slowik, Manager Strategic Planning & Analysis, chemical process industry applications. the Novomer, Inc. refractometer’s new Measurement Principle following presenters will have 10 minutes to an- Compensates Drift swer questions such as: how the new process or A new, renewable Pathway for Sodium Carbon- Ingrid Knoblauch, Flexim GmbH technology works, how it differs from traditional ate/Sodium Bicarbonate Aldemir Marreiros, Intratec Systems Approach to reducing o&M expense methods, how the economics or other benefits Dale Winterhoff, Flowserve Pump compare quantitatively, and many more. on-demand hydrogen Production from Boron hydride for Large Scale Applications A non-invasive, Percussion-Based Method For interview sessions are offered in the following Felipe Tavares, CEO, Intratec Measuring Physical Properties of heterogeneous areas: Materials on-demand hydrogen Production from Acetylene Alexander Raykhman, Ph.D., CTO, Ultimo Measurement LLC • Breakthroughs in Reactor and Catalyst Technologies with energy as a Byproduct • Alternative Chemical Pathways Mohamed Elgafi, Chief Engineer, EM&C Engineering improved Moisture Control • Mining More Energy Associates John Robinson, President, Drying Technology, Inc • Advances in Automation, Instrumentation & Control • Breakthroughs in Mixing & Separating A Phosphogypsum-Free route to Phosphorous high g-Load Centrifugal Separators Vs Particulates • Minimizing Pollution & Treating Waste Pentoxide Arthur Krugler, Professional Chemical and Mechanical Mohamed Elgafi, Chief Engineer, EM&C Engineering Engineer, Krugler Engineering Group Associates emulsifying with highly intensive ultrasound Continuous Processes For Fine and Specialty optimizing Steam Jet thermocompressor Design Kathrin Hielscher, Hielscher Ultrasonics GmbH* Chemicals using Production Scale equipment for improved energy utilization Martin Jonsson, Alfa Laval, Inc. Plasma Based technology for hazardous wastes Gerald L. Timm, Vice President, Research & Development, E. Gary Cook, Ph.D. Chairman and CEO, InEnTec the Direct Synthesis of hydrogen Peroxide based Kadant Johnson Inc.* Chemical LLC on Microreactor technology Cogeneration Process Achieves higher thermal Tomoya Inoue Ph.D. Sci., National Institute of Advanced State of the Art Low nox thermal oxidation efficiency and Lower emissions Joseph Colannino, P.E., John Zink Company, LLC Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan, and Ronald Bell, P.E., Consultant University of Tokyo holistic Approach to Save energy in Polyethylene Suction recirculation Cavitations Problems on Track 7: Poster Sessions Plants high-energy Pumps Due to Pump-System inter- Felipe Tavares, CEO, Intratec action these poster sessions complement the Che- Ali Al-Ghamdi, Rotating Equipment Consultant, Technical mentator lightening round that precedes them, Ventilation energy Savings and Air Pollution Department, Yanbu National Petrochemical Company, * and in some cases expand upon a topic being Control in Chemical Plants using Liquid Desiccant Dehumidification Systems using a Bulk Material elevator as a heat covered in the Conference sessions. While these Peter Demakos, President, Niagara Blower Company exchanger - two Case Studies technologies or approaches might not be brand Richard McIntosh, President, Olds Elevator LLC * new or completely unique, they are generally Saving energy and improving the Bottom Line categorized as underutilized in that they offer using Compact heat exchangers in the revamping Fouling Conventional heat substantial benefits that are currently not being Petrochemical industry exchangers as a Self-Cleaning Fluidized applied to their full potential in the Cpi. Tobias Karlsson, Market Development Manager, Bed Configuration Petrochemicals, Alfa Laval Tumba AB, * Dick G. Klaren Ph.D., President, Klaren BV * C-LeVer® direct – the Clever Measurement upgrading thermal Performance And reducing Long Fiber Composite thermoplastics: high System for Bulk and Solids Fouling of tubular heat exchangers By the use of Pressure Large Diameter Pipe Concept and Angelique Krasenbrink, President, Rembe, Inc.* tube-Side enhancement technology Development for next generation Future Pipe Martin Gough, Cal Gavin Ltd., ** embedded Simulation used in PLM George Coleman, Consultant, Coleman Group, Coleman Majdi Rajab, MSolutions, Inc., * Five ways to reduce the Cost of Filtration Marketing Co. GIC #2* Jack Berg, CEO, SERFILCO, Ltd.* Particle Size Distribution (PSD) Main Characteristics of Different Jeff DeNigris, Malvern Instruments, Inc., * Continuous Pressure and Vacuum Filtration thermoplastic Materials and washing of organic Cellulose and Biomass Sanjay Patel, Global Market Segment Manager CPI, Georg using root Cause Analysis as part of your pro- cess improvement strategy Products Fischer Piping Systems Ltd.* Gary Hopkins, Presidetn & CEO, SlipStream Software * Barry A. Perlmutter, Managing Director, BHS-Filtration Inc. Sustainability in Chemical Processing for utility or Process heating using Direct Steam injection how Ceramic Measuring tubes in Mary Cohodes, Marketing Manager, Hydro Thermal electromagnetic Flow Meters (eMF) See cpievent.com for details Corporation increase Chemical Plant Safety & times for Chementator Ralf Haut, Marketing Director, Krohne, Inc. * = Invited presenters and Poster Sessions 12 cpievent.com
    • Special Events Network with your peers while enjoying a round of golf, checking out a Processing Plant or celebrating the top plants at the Chemical Engineering Awards Dinner. Plant & Brewery tour 10/18/2010 • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM • Lunch Included this tour will begin at the reliant Center where participants will board the shuttle bus and the first stop will be of tour the largest petroleum and petrochemical complex in the u.s. the exxonmobil bay- town Complex is celebrating its 90th year anniversary. after this extensive tour we will stop for lunch and then head over to the Chevron phillips – pasadena plastics Complex which houses around 635 employees and 200 contractors. the site produces various grades of polyethylene, polypropylene, and Kresin (a copolymer made from butadiene/styrene). attendees will end the day by networking with peers and enjoying the unique selection of brews at the saint arnold brewing Company. located in downtown houston, saint arnold brewing Company is texas’ oldest Craft brewery. their goal is to brew world class beers and deliver them to their customers as fresh as possible. five are made year round and five are seasonal. tour participants are limited to four samples and leave with a souvenir tasting glass. seats are limited so sign up today, also due to security restrictions all tour registrations must be made by monday, october 11 to allow for advance screening by plant personnel. plants have the right to refuse ac- cess to any individual. Golf tournament 10/18/2010 • 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM hermann park Golf Club the cost is $100 per player. 2155 north macGregor this fee includes lunch and dinner, houston, tX 77030 drinks, and the Golf game 713-526-0077 to register or for Questions, contact Cassie davie at 713-343-1891 or cdavie@tradefairgroup.com to sponsor, contact Julien dupont at 214-358-5359 or Juliend@tradefairgroup.com christian Refining & Petrochemical Fellowship Breakfast 10/20/2010 • 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM mission: this fellowship will honor God by sharing the good news about Jesus Christ and provide a ministry to workers and families of victims of occupational accidents. for more information, contact thomas brinsko of biC alliance at 281-538-9996. rsVp to tbrinsko@bicalliance.com breakfast is complimentary, but a hat will be passed to help defray the cost. chemical Engineering awards Reception 10/20/2010 • 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM this celebration will honor innovation on both individual and technological levels. to bring recognition to careers involving excellence in chemical engineering, Chemical engineering will announce the winners of its prestigious 2010 personal achievment award, which has been bestowed biennially since 1968. meanwhile, to honor the most innovative technologies being showcased at this year’s exhibition, Chemical engineering’s inaugural Cheminnova- tions awards will be announced. these awards will be judged by the editors of Chemical engineering in a number of categories that include the following: reactor and catalyst technologies; alternative chemical pathways; energy efficiency; software, automation, instrumentation and control; fluid handling; solids handling; mixing; separating; minimizing pollution and treating waste; enhancing plant safety and security; reducing downtime. cpievent.com 13
    • Reserve your exhibit space today! Capture the attention of the world’s chemical engineers at the ultimate venue for the Chemical Process Industries Companies Participating as of 6/10/2010 ABB Analytical Measurement Flexim GmbH M.I. Cable Company RVT Process Equipment, Inc. ACCENTURE LLP Flowserve Pump Maack Business Services Sage Environmental Consulting, L.P. Ace Glass Furnace Improvements Services Inc. Malvern Instruments, Inc. Samson Controls Inc. Aker Solutions G. Bopp USA Inc McAfee Taff SERFILCO, Ltd. Alfa Laval, Inc Garlock Sealing Technologies Melter S.A. de C.V. Sigma Thermal AMETEK Genomatica MIDAC Corporation SlipStream Software Anguil Environmental Systems Inc.clc Georg Fischer Piping Systems Ltd. MRAMCO SOLVAY Chemicals Inc. North America ARI Armaturen USA GIG Karasek MSolutions, Inc. Solutia - Therminol Heat Transfer Fluids Arkema Inc. Greene Tweed & Company Mustang Engineering SRI Consulting Artisan Industries Inc. Harriman Chemsult Ltd. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Struthers Wells/Welding Technologies, B.A.G. Corp. Hart Communication Foundation Science and Technology (AIST), Inc. Japan, and University of Tokyo Technical Toolboxes Barben Analyzer Technology, LLC HC Bridge Company, LLC NETHERLOCKS USA Texas Chemical Council BASF Catalysts Heat Transfer Research, Inc. Niagara Blower Company Texas Water Development Board BCS, Incorporated Hess Corporation Novomer, Inc. The Dow Chemical Company BHS-Filtration Inc. Hielscher Ultrasonics GmbH Olds Elevator LLC TMTS Associates, Inc. BIAR Sampling Systems H-O-H Water Technology, Inc. Optimum Performance Solutions Inc. TriStar Electronics, Controls and Auto- BIC Alliance Hollomet GmbH OSECO mation BIO | Biotechnology Industry Organization Hydro Thermal Corporation Paratherm Corp. Ultimo Measurement LLC Brooks Instrument InCon Processing Pawling Engineered Products Universal Analyzers Cal Gavin Ltd. InduMar Products Perry Videx, LLC Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Carbide Derivative Technologies, Inc. Industrial Info Resources México (UNAM) Phoenix Precision CH2M Hill InEnTec Chemical LLC University of Dayton PIP-Process Industry Practices Chart Energy & Chemicals Intratec Pollution Equipment News/Rimbach UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN Chemical Engineering Invensys Publishing Inc. URS Corporation Chemical Week ISA Houston Section Powder Bulk Solids Valve Concepts, Inc. Chemstations Jenike & Johanson Inc. POWER magazine Velocys, Inc. Clark- Reliance John Zink Company Precision Prose, Inc. Veolia Environmental Services - NA Coleman Group, Coleman Marketing Co. Kadant Johnson Inc. Process Equipment & Control News Virto/Elcan Industries ConcepSys Solutions LLC Kellogg Brown & Root KBR Processing Magazine W. M. Huitt Co. Continental Disc Corporation Klaren BV PROGNOST Systems, Inc. Washington Group International, Inc. Cooling Technology Institute KnowledgeOne Prominent Fluid Controls, Inc. Weismantel International CP Pumpen AG Kopetz Mfg, Inc. R. Stahl Schaltgeräte GmbH Wies International Engineering Services Crest Ultrasonic Corporation Krohne, Inc. R.C. Costello & Assoc., Inc. Wireless Industrial Networking Drying Technology, Inc Krugler Engineering Group REC Silicon Alliance WINA DuPont Nylon Intermediates & Specialties KSE-Texas Refinery Water Engineering Witte Pumps & Technology, LLC Durr Systems Inc Leser LLC & Associates Yanbu National Petrochemical Company Dyadem Lists USA Inc. Rembe, Inc. Zwick Armaturen GmbH EM&C ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES Emerson Process Management EnProsol, Inc. CONTACT US TOdAY TO LEARN HOW WE CAN HELP Exida FELUWA Pumpen GmbH YOU CONNECT WITH kEY dECISION-MAkERS! FilterSense JuliEn duPOnt | Juliend@tradefairgroup.com | 214-358-5359 14 cpievent.com
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