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  • MERL Oilfield Engineering with Polymers 2010 The international conference on advanced materials in oilfield applications SPECIAL OFFER: Save (210*/£185* if you register before 23rd July 2010 20-22 September 2010 Photo courtesy of: Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London, U.K Milad Payami - Statoil * +17.5% UK VAT Organised by: Sponsored by: Media sponsors: Applied Market Photo courtesy of: Information Ltd. Milad Payami - Statoil and
  • C O N F E R E N C E MERL Oilfield Engineering with Polymers 2010 20-22 September 2010, Millennium Gloucester Hotel, Monday 20th September 2010 London, United Kingdom 18.00 Registration 19.00-20.30 Cocktail Reception AMI and the Materials Engineering Research Laboratory There are no conference sessions on this day (MERL) are pleased to invite you to attend the 7th international Tuesday 21st September 2010 conference MERL Oilfield Engineering with Polymers, which will take from 20-22 September 2010 at the Millennium 08.00 Registration and welcome coffee Gloucester Hotel in central London, England. 09.00 Opening announcements SESSION 1 – COMPOSITES DEVELOPMENTS This event brings together those with interests in polymeric materials from across the Oil and Gas industry, including 09.10 Application of polymer composite pipes in oilfield in China operating companies, contractors and suppliers of equipment, Dr. Dongtao Qi, Engineer, components and materials from all over the world. The theme TUBULAR GOODS RESEARCH CENTER, CHINA NATIONAL of the conference is “meeting operational challenges” This . PETROLEUM CORP., China requires co-operative development by the supply chain and is 09.40 Advanced composite materials and processing for reflected throughout the conference. For example, the session oilfield applications on sealing includes an operator’s perspective as well as the Mr. Todd Yakimoski, Senior Mechanical Engineer, latest developments from a seal manufacturer and a materials SCHLUMBERGER CANADA Ltd., Canada supplier. 10.10 Glassfiber reinforced epoxy pipeline for water injection One of the major ongoing operational challenges is the Mr. Jan van Acquoy, Sales Account Manager, increasing temperature extremes of the service environment AMERON B.V., Netherlands and this will be discussed for composites, thermoplastics and 10.40-11.10 Morning coffee elastomers. The need for weight reduction, increased stiffness and corrosion resistance has resulted in increased demand SESSION 2 – THE FUTURE OF ELASTOMER SEALING for composite materials with enhanced capabilities. Another challenge for the industry is the qualification of polymeric 11.10 What do end users really want? - Then and now components for long term operation where the effects of both Dr. Philip Abrams, Sr. Consultant, EXXONMOBIL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, United States the mechanical loading and chemical environment need to be accounted for. 11.40 Performance improvements in elastomer components through selective use of materials Finally, as with all operations involving fluids that include gases Mr. Peter Warren, Head of Materials Engineering, at high pressure, there is the ever present need to consider the JAMES WALKER AND Co. Ltd., United Kingdom resistance of polymeric materials to rapid gas decompression 12.10 New fluoroelastomer with excellent heat resistance damage. Ms. Keiko Washino, Chemical Research & Development Center, DAIKIN INDUSTRIES, Ltd., Japan MERL Oilfield Engineering with Polymers 2010 provides 12.40-14.10 Lunch sponsored by: a unique opportunity to network with oilfield operators, contractors, suppliers and materials experts. SESSION 3 – LIFE PREDICTION – TIME TO FAILURE EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION OFFER 14.10 Engineering with aramid fibers Register before 23rd July 2010 and pay (890*/£770* saving Ir. Matthijs van Leeuwen, Sales Account Manager, TEIJIN ARAMID, Netherlands (210*/£185* on the full price of (1100*/£955*. There are additional discounts for group bookings. The registration fee 14.40 Creep behaviour of laminated elastomeric parts: new includes attendance at all conference sessions, the Cocktail damage understanding and failure prediction Reception, lunch and refreshment breaks on both days, and a Dr. Karine Le Gorju Jago, Physical Characterization Main set of Conference Proceedings. Manager, HUTCHINSON RESEARCH CENTER, France 15.10 Aging of polyamides in off-shore application -and CONFERENCE VENUE how to avoid comparing "apples and oranges" London is a city famous for many attractions including Mr. Ralf Tuellmann, Senior Manager Polymer Testing, shopping, history, architectural beauty, and also for areas such EVONIK INDUSTRIES GmbH, Germany as the West End and Covent Garden. The event will take place 15.40 -16.10 Afternoon tea sponsored by: at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel, which is ideally situated on the Piccadilly Underground Line, which provides a direct train SESSION 4 – HIGH TEMPERATURE – THE MATERIALS CHALLENGE to Heathrow Airport. For details of what’s on in London see the official city web site: www.visitlondon.com 16.10 Properties of PAEK materials and their potential applications in HP/HT sealing environment *+ 17.5% UK VAT Dr. Jason (Jiaxiang) Ren, Project Engineer, BAKER HUGHES, United States CONFERENCE HOTLINE 16.40 LHT- a new high temperature plastic platform for oilfield applications JENNY SKINNER, CONFERENCE ORGANISER Dr. Ronald R. Campbell, Research Manager, Advanced Applied Market Information Ltd, Technology Group, GREENE TWEED, United States 45-47 Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 3QP. United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0)117 924 9442 Fax: +44 (0)117 311 1534 17.10 Fluoropolymers in oil and gas wire & cable applications e-mail: js@amiplastics.com Mr. Daniel Favereau, Technical Marketing Manager, DUPONT INT. S.A., Switzerland SEE THE LATEST PROGRAMME AND CONFIRMED SPEAKERS AT WWW.AMICONFERENCES.COM
  • P R O G R A M M E 17:30 New perfluoroelastomers for challenging oil and gas applications: rapid gas decompression and low Save (210*/£185* temperature sealing Mr. Jean-Luc Matoux, Application Development Engineer, Register before 23rd July 2010 and DUPONT PERFORMANCE POLYMERS, Switzerland save (210*/£185* 20:00 Conference dinner *+ 17.5% UK VAT Wednesday 22nd September 2010 08.30 Registration and welcome coffee MERL OILFIELD ENGINEERING WITH POLYMERS 2010: 08.50 Opening announcements EXHIBITION SPACE SESSION 5 – PIPE PERFORMANCE - EXPECTATIONS AND EXPERIENCE Make it easy for the delegates to find you at this busy event with your own table top exhibition space. Bring your own display stand, 09.00 Crack growth in PVDF pressure barriers of flexible or just use the space to have literature and samples available and pipes - theory and operational experience ensure that you make an impact. The table top exhibition will run Dr. Bjørn Melve, Specialist, STATOIL, Norway throughout the conference. 09.30 The effectiveness of polymer lined pipelines for subsea water injection service Please note that this service is only available to companies Dr. Steven Brogden, Materials Engineer, registering at least one delegate to attend the conference. SWAGELINING Ltd, United Kingdom Space is limited so to avoid disappointment please register for 10.00 The use of high performance thermoplastics for pipe liners in corrosive environments this service as soon as possible. Mr. Michael R. Favaloro, Technical Marketing Manager, TICONA, United States HOTEL ACCOMMODATION Delegates are responsible for booking their own accommodation. 10.30-11.00 Morning coffee sponsored by: AMI has negotiated a room rate of £145 for a single room and SESSION 6 – PIPE DEVELOPMENTS - EXTENDING THE LIMITS £155 for a double room (breakfast included) at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel in London. For further information and to 11.00 The use of PVDF materials in flexible pipe - book, please go to our website on; www.amiconferences.com, development of a new, low plasticized, PVDF and select the Accomodation section on the Merl Oilfield for monolayer dynamic applications Mr. Thomas Epsztein, Polymer Materials Engineer, Engineering with Polymer web pages. Product Engineering Divison (PED), TECHNIP- FLEXI FRANCE, France SPONSOR THIS EVENT A variety of sponsorship opportunities are available at this 11.30 High performance thermoplastic liners for oilfield conference to help to promote and enhance your company’s tubular goods Dr. Geoff Small, Applications Technology Specialist, products and services to this highly targeted international VICTREX POLYMER SOLUTIONS, VICTREX plc, United Kingdom audience. Contact the conference hotline for further information. 12.00 Coating bismaleimide based composites Dr. Bernadette Craster, Principal Research Scientist, SCHLUMBERGER NEW VENTURE, Canada 12.30-14.00 Lunch sponsored by: SESSION 7 - ELASTOMER DEVELOPMENTS FOR DEMANDING ENVIRONMENTS 14.00 Elastomeric materials based on hydrogenated nitrile rubber for seals in carbon dioxide high pressure service – improving the resistance against explosive decompression Dr. Matthias Soddeman, Head Centre of Excellence, LANXESS DEUTSCHLAND GmbH, Germany Photo courtesy of: Chesapeake / Statoil 14.30 Developing new elastomers from compound to downhole tool demonstrator for steam, supercritical 5 GOOD REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND CO2 and H2S injection for enhanced oil recovery applications Dr. Morris Roseman, Senior Scientist, 1. Assess the latest material developments for MERL LIMITED, United Kingdom oilfield applications 15.00 New low temperature perfluoroelastomer for sealing in extreme operating environments 2. Meet top industry specialists Mr. Pete Farrow, Sales Manager - Tecnoflon® Fluoroelastomers and Perfluoroelastomers, SOLVAY POLYMERS LIMITED, United Kingdom 3. Debate current trends in the oilfield industry 15.30 Closing remarks and conference ends and the demands for material performance AMI reserves the right to alter the programme without notice 4. Listen to experts in oilfield engineering talking The latest programme including any new speakers or changes to schedules can be viewed on our web site www.amiconferences.com about the issues CONFERENCE BAG SPONSORED BY: 5. Network with other professionals
  • REGISTRATION FORM MERL OILFIELD ENGINEERING WITH POLYMERS 2010 Company: CONFERENCE INFORMATION Address: Date and location Address 20-22 September 2010 4-18 Harrington Gardens, Country: Millennium Gloucester Hotel London London SW7 4LH Tel: Fax: United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0) 207 331 6195 Fax: +44 (0) 207 835 1854 e-mail address: Registration Fee The registration fee is (1100*/£955* per person and includes attendance at all VAT No. conference sessions, the drinks reception, all lunch and refreshment breaks on both (Must be completed by all EU Companies) days, and also a set of Conference Proceedings. • Early bird registration: Register before 23rd July 2010 for only (890*/£770*. Thereafter the cost is (1100*/ £955*. Company Activity: • Group rates: For companies wishing to register two or more delegates: group discounts are available. Please contact Ms Jenny Skinner for more details. Invoice address (if different from above) Merl Oilfield Engineering with Polymers 2010 Tabletop exhibition A limited number of table top exhibition spaces are available in the refreshment area near the conference room.The table top exhibition fee is (1750*/ £1520* and includes 1 free delegate place. Exhibitors may either use tables provided DELEGATE DETAILS: by the venue (152 x 76cm), or bring their own stand or display. (If more than one delegate please photocopy form) Sponsor this event and promote your company A variety of sponsorship opportunities are available at this event that can help to Title: First Name: promote and enhance your company’s products and services to this highly targeted international audience. For further information, please contact the Conference Surname: Organiser on +44 117 924 9442 Position: Social events The social events organised for Merl Oilfield Engineering with Polymers 2010 will provide the ideal setting for delegates and speakers to mix business with pleasure. Special Dietary Requirements: • Cocktail reception A welcoming cocktail reception will be held on the first evening. All delegates are PAYMENT DETAILS: invited to attend and it will offer an excellent opportunity to meet speakers and other colleagues. The cocktail reception will run approximately from 19:00 to 20:30 and is included in the delegate fee. q Early bird rate @ (890 + 17.5%* = (1045.75 q Early bird rate @ £770 + 17.5%* = £904.75 • Conference dinner The conference dinner will take place at the hotel on the evening of 21st September 2010. The additional cost is (85*/ £75*. q Full price @ (1100 + 17.5%* = (1292.50 Hotel accommodation q Full price @ £955 + 17.5%* = £1122.13 Delegates are responsible for booking their own accommodation. AMI has negotiated a room rate of £145 for a single room and £155 for a double room (breakfast included) at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel in London. For further information and to book, q Table Top @ (1750 + 17.5%* = (2056.25 please go to our website on; www.amiconferences.com, and select the Accomodation q Table Top @ £1520 + 17.5%* = £1786 section on the Merl Oilfield Engineering with Polymer web pages. Substitutions / cancellations q Conference Dinner @ (85 + 17.5%* = (99.88 Full refunds, less a cancellation charge of (200/£175 will only be made on cancellations q Conference Dinner @ £75 + 17.5%* = £88.13 received prior to 20th August 2010. Thereafter we regret that no refunds can made. Delegates may be substituted at any time. Please note no refunds on table top bookings are permitted at any time. * UK VAT Total: * + 17.5% UK VAT METHOD OF PAYMENT: FROM EUROPE METHOD OF PAYMENT: FROM UK On receipt of this registration form, your credit card will be debited. On receipt of this registration form, your credit card will be debited. You will be sent an invoice within 5 working days. You will be sent an invoice within 5 working days. q Bank Transfer quoting : Applied Market Information Ltd q Bank Transfer quoting : Applied Market Information Ltd -Oilfield Engineering with Polymers 2010 to: Commerzbank AG, -Oilfield Engineering with Polymers 2010 to: Filiale Düsseldorf, Breite Straße 25, D-40213 Düsseldorf, Germany National Westminster Bank PLC ,Thornbury Branch, Bristol, BS99 5HD,UK Account number: 1024710 Bank No. 300 400 00 Account number: 03245756 Bank Sort Code: 55-61-38 IBAN: DE93 3004 0000 0102 4710 00 SWIFT - COBADEFFXXX IBAN: GB13 NWBK 5561 3803 2457 56 SWIFT - NWBKGB2L q Visa / Mastercard / Eurocard / JCB q Visa / Mastercard / Eurocard / JCB (Please note all card payments will be processed in £ Sterling) (Please note all card payments will be processed in £ Sterling) My card number is: CONFERENCE HOTLINE JENNY SKINNER, CONFERENCE ORGANISER Applied Market Information Ltd, Name of cardholder: 45-47 Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 3QP. United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0)117 924 9442 Fax: +44 (0)117 311 1534 e-mail: js@amiplastics.com Expiry date: 3 Digit security code: The latest programme, including any new speakers or changes to Cardholder’s signature: the schedule can be viewed on our website: www.amiplastics.com Signature: Date: