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                                                                               Announcement




               Under the patronage of
               H.E. Eng. Fahmi bin Ali Al-Jowder
               The Minister of Works
               Minister Incharge of Electricity & Water Authority
               Kingdom of Bahrain




February 14 - 17, 2010
Gulf International Convention Center
Gulf Hotel, Kingdom of Bahrain



Organized by



                         WEST ASIAN & AFRICAN REGION and
                         DHAHRAN SAUDI ARABIA SECTION

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    Session Topics                                                                                                                                       Committees
                                                                                                                                                      Conference Chairman
    The conference technical sessions will include Cathodic Protection, Chemical Treatment, Corrosion Management, Corrosion Research and              Dr. Gasem Fallatah, NACE
    Modeling, Materials Selection, Failure Analysis and Welding, Non-Metallic Materials, Protective Coatings and Water Treatment and Chemical         Conference Vice Chairman
    Cleaning.                                                                                                                                         Mr. Abdulla Janahi, BSE
                                                                                                                                                      Organizing Committee
                                                                                                                                                      Chairman
    Formal presentations, technical discussions and posters are planned to maximize sharing of knowledge and experiences.                             Mr. Bader Busbait, NACE
                                                                                                                                                      Sponsorship
    Provisional Conference Schedule                                                                                                                   Dr. Husain Al-Fadhli, NACE
                                                                                                                                                      Mr. Ali Al-Hazmi, NACE
                                                                                                                                                      Mr. Jameel Al-Alawi, BSE
    Sunday, February 14, 2010                                                        Monday, February 15, 2010                                        Exhibition
    08:00 - Onwards Registration                                                     07:00 Onwards            Registration                            Mr. Mohammed Al-Subaie, NACE
    08:00 – 12:00      Workshops                                                     08:00 - 17:00            Technical Presentations & Discussions   Mr. Mohammed Al-Barout, NACE
                       1. Total Integrity Management                                 Tuesday, February 16, 2010                                       Mr. Jawad Al-Jabal, BSE
                       2. Proper Procurement Methodology of Sour Service Materials                                                                    Publicity
                                                                                     07:00 Onwards            Registration
                                                                                                                                                      Mr. Ahmed Al-Zahrani, NACE
                       3. Advances in Corrosion Monitoring                           08:00 - 17:00            Technical Presentations & Discussions   Mr. Abdullah Al-Dossary, NACE
    13:00 - 17:30      4. Determination/Control of Multiphase Flows and              19:30 - 22:00            Reception & Conference Banquet          Mr. Mohammed Al Ammadi, BSE
                          Flow Accelerated Corrosion                                 Wednesday, February 17, 2010                                     Administration & Logistics
                       5. NDT in Nonmetallic Materials                               07:00 - 09:00            Registration                            Mr. Ali Al-Gharbi, NACE
    18:30 - 20:00      Conference and Exhibition Opening Ceremony                    08:00 - 13:00            Technical Presentations & Discussions   Mr. Mohammed Al-Omairy, NACE
    20:00 - Onwards Dinner                                                                                                                            Mr. Jameel Al-Alawi, BSE
                                                                                     13:00                    Exhibition Adjourn                      Technical Committee
                                                                                                                                                      Chairman
                                                                                                                                                      Mr. Husain Al-Mahrous, NACE
                                                                                                                                                      Members
                                                                                                                                                      Dr. Graham Lobley, NACE
                                                                                                                                                      Dr. Maher Al-Odan, NACE
                                                                                                                                                      Dr. Moufaq Jafar, NACE
                                                                                                                                                      Mr. Abdelhak Kermad, NACE
                                                                                                                                                      Mr. Abdulla Al-Mahrous, NACE
                                                                                                                                                      Mr. Ivan Cruz, NACE
                                                                                                                                                      Mr. Jamal Al-Khamis, NACE
                                                                                                                                                      Mr. Maslat Al-Waranbi, NACE
                                                                                                                                                      Mr. Vincenzo Savino, NACE
                                                                                                                                                      Mr. Yousif Abdulla, BSE
                                                                                                                                                      Advisory Committee
                                                                                                                                                      Dr. Faisal Al-Faqeer, NACE
                                                                                                                                                      Mr. Maher Al-Arfaj, NACE
                                                                                                                                                      Mr. Saleh Al-Zubail, NACE
                                                                                                                                                      Mr. A. Majeed Al-Gassab, BSE
                                                                                                                                                      Conference Co-ordinator
                                                                                                                                                      Mr. Mohammed Rizwan, BSE

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                                                                                              Keynote Speakers
                         Dr. Brian Cane
                         CEng FIMMM, TWI Power and Energy Systems

                         Title: Operational Excellence Through Asset Management
                          Dr. Brian J. Cane, CEng FIMMM, is the Head of TWI Power and Energy Systems. In
                          his role, he is responsible for evaluating energy trends, options and global factors in
                          relation to future technology. He is currently engaged at government and industry
levels in the drive to help underwrite the technologies and strategies for a secure low carbon energy future.
He has been a Visiting Professor at Imperial College, London and is a Fellow of the Institute of Materials. He
is also Director of the UK Government’s knowledge transfer activities in the field of future energy generation
and supply covering power and oil & gas technologies.


                         Edwin H. (Ned) Niccolls
                         Chevron Fellow

                         Title: Corrosion Management for Reliable Facilities
                           Ned’s first Chevron position in 1977 was in an old “Materials Lab”, then, he transferred
                           to the Richmond Refinery as a Design Engineer, then on to the San Francisco
                           Materials Staff. In 1982-1984, Ned went to Pascagoula, Mississippi as that refinery’s
first materials engineer, followed by an assignment as the Richmond refinery materials engineer. Among other
duties, he served as the Materials Laboratory supervisor and Corrosion/Refining group team leader. Currently,
Ned’s responsibilities involve advanced materials and corrosion research and development, and integrating
Upstream and Downstream materials/corrosion efforts. He was appointed a Chevron Fellow by the Chevron
Chairman of the Board in 2007.


                         Dr. Jim Palmer
                         Managing Director, Intertek/CAPCIS, (UK)

                         Title: Role of R&D in Mitigating Corrosion
                         Dr Jim Palmer has over 25 years experience in corrosion consultancy. He has lead
                         research programs on topics related to CO2 Corrosion, Corrosion Inhibition, Effects
                         of Flow, Localized Corrosion in Sour Systems, Corrosion Monitoring and Materials
Behavior in HF Environments. Jim was Chairman of the EFC Oil & Gas Committee on Inhibition that produced
Industry guidelines for Corrosion Inhibitor Selection and Deployment. For the past four years he has been
Managing Director of CAPCIS Ltd, now part of the Intertek Group.


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                                                                                                 Workshop Speakers
                              Dr. Xinming (Simon) Hu
                              University of Leeds, School of Mechanical Engineering, UK

                              Dr. Xinming (Simon) Hu has a PhD degree in Erosion-corrosion behaviour of high
                              alloy stainless steel. He has worked as postdoctoral researcher with various projects
                              related to oil and gas pipeline erosion-corrosion at Heriot-Watt University and the
                              University of Leeds for 7 years.

                              Prof. Anne Neville
                              University of Leeds, School of Mechanical Engineering, UK

                              Professor Anne Neville has been working in the area of corrosion for more than 15
                              years. She is currently Director of iETSI (Institute for Engineering Thermofluids, Surfaces
                              and Interfaces).


    Workshop Title: Total Integrity Management – Linking Corrosion and Erosion-
    Corrosion Research to Industry’s Needs

    Introduction:

    Many of the major integrity management issues are derived from degradation associated with corrosion and
    erosion-corrosion. Particularly as sand production increases, erosion-corrosion imposes some very important
    integrity issues. Whereas corrosion prediction methodologies are well established for the oil and gas sector,
    there are no such reliable methodologies for predicting lifetime in erosion-corrosion environments. The workshop
    will focus on integrating monitoring methodologies to assess erosion, corrosion and erosion-corrosion damage,
    current state of erosion-corrosion prediction and using chemicals for mitigation of pipeline corrosion and erosion-
    corrosion.


       Administrative Information
       Workshop Fee                       Free of charge (Conference registration is required)

       Workshop Venue                     Marjan 1, GICC, Gulf Hotel

       Date & Time                        Sunday, February 14, 2010        (8:00 am - 12:00 pm)

       Registration                       Please use the Conference Registration form



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                                                                                            Workshop Speakers
                         Mohammed A. Al-Anezi                                                                                                 Dr. Gareth John
                         Metallurgical Engineering Specialist, Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                                                     Senior Consultant, Intertek/CAPCIS, UK
                       Mr. Mohammed A. Al-Anezi is a Metallurgical Engineering specialist in Saudi                                            Dr. Gareth John is a Senior Consultant with Intertek-CAPCIS, based in Manchester
                       Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco) in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. Mr. Al-Anezi has                                          UK. He was awarded a PhD from the Corrosion and Protection Centre, University
                       been with Saudi Aramco since 1982 and has been involved in numerous tasks and                                          of Manchester; he is a Chartered Chemist, a Chartered Scientist and Chartered
                       assignments including, corrosion/cracking in oil and gas application, failure analyses,                                Engineer, a Fellow of the Institute of Corrosion (UK) and a NACE Certified Corrosion
                       testing materials, and sour service cracking failures. He got his MS in Metallurgical                                  Specialist.
Engineering from Fontana Corrosion Center at Ohio State University, USA.
                                                                                                                     Gareth has been with CAPCIS for over 30 years and has worked on all aspects of corrosion, corrosion
                                                                                                                     monitoring and corrosion management across many industrial areas including oil & gas production facilities.
He participated in a large study to determine the cost of corrosion in the United States. He researched
the corrosion costs in the Oil and Gas Exploration and Production, and Petroleum Refining, and assisted in
assembling data for a variety of industry sectors. He contributed to the development of HIC resistant steel with     Workshop Title: Advances in Corrosion Monitoring
HADEED at SABIC.
                                                                                                                     Introduction:
Mr. Al-Anezi has published numerous papers.
                                                                                                                     The workshop will focus on new developments in corrosion monitoring aimed at oil & gas production facilities.
                                                                                                                     This will include review of the challenges faced by corrosion monitoring and the different solutions adopted and
Workshop Title: Proper Procurement Methodology of Sour Service Materials                                             under development by researchers and manufacturers.

Introduction:                                                                                                        Topics to be covered will include:
                                                                                                                     •		Development	of	electrochemical	noise	for	field	applications
This Workshop covers requirements on materials of construction intended for handling gas/liquid containing water     •		New	generation	(high	resolution)	electrical	resistance	(ER)	systems
and hydrogen sulfide (H2S) known as wet sour environments. These material requirements include new sour              •		Downhole	corrosion	monitoring	
service equipment intended for installation in upstream and downstream wet sour applications. Procurement            •		Use	of	specialist	probes	in	corrosion	research	and	field	investigations
                                                                                                                     •		Developments	in	system	communications
of substandard HIC resistant material could result in project delay, significant financial impact and catastrophic
                                                                                                                     •		Improvements	in	data	handling	and	data	processing	to	optimise	return	on	corrosion	monitoring	investment.
failures.                                                                                                            •		Challenges	and	gaps	in	current	corrosion	monitoring	technology
                                                                                                                     •		Matching	market	needs	with	new	developments.
Sour service damage that will be covered in this workshop includes three main categories:                            As part of the workshop it is intended to include general discussions (with audience participation) relating to
                                                                                                                     corrosion monitoring selection criteria, optimal monitoring locations, method of installation and data analysis.
•	      Hydrogen	induced	cracking	(HIC)
•	      Stress	oriented	HIC	(SOHIC)                                                                                  The workshop will include short presentations by operators relating to what they see as new challenges for
•	      Sulfide	stress	cracking	(SSC)                                                                                corrosion monitoring and perceived gaps in the current market and will also include short presentations by
                                                                                                                     manufacturers of corrosion monitoring equipment of their latest developments.
     Administrative Information                                                                                         Administrative Information
     Workshop Fee                    Free of charge (Conference registration is required)                               Workshop Fee                     Free of charge (Conference registration is required)
     Workshop Venue                  Dana 3, GICC, Gulf Hotel                                                           Workshop Venue                   Marjan 2, GICC, Gulf Hotel
     Date & Time                     Sunday, February 14, 2010      (8:00 am - 12:00 pm)                                Date & Time                      Sunday, February 14, 2010       (8:00 am - 12:00 pm)
     Registration                    Please use the Conference Registration form                                        Registration                     Please use the Conference Registration form



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                                                                                                  Workshop Speakers
                              Dr. Cheolho Kang                                                                                                         Richard Lee
                              Sr. Project Manager, DNV – Columbus, USA                                                                                 Technical Consultant, ESR Technology Ltd., UK
                             Mr. Cheolho Kang is a Senior Project Manager with DNV – Columbus in USA. He                                               Mr. Richard Lee is the Technical Consultant of ESR Technology Ltd. based in UK. He had
                             has a professional work experience of about seventeen years in the field of multiphase                                    received a B.Sc (Materials Science & Engineering) from University of Bath in 1978. He
                             flow, flow improvers (e.g., DRA), effect of flow on corrosion, and corrosion/erosion.                                     has 30 years experience in Polymers and Composites (non-metallic materials) - UKAEA
                             He is recognized as the pioneer for flow improvers (e.g., drag reducing agents) in                                        (1978 to 1995), AEA Technology (1995 to 2005) and ESR Technology (2005 onwards)
                             multiphase flow environments. He has 50 publications in the area of multiphase flow,                                      based in the United Kingdom. He has a background in Engineering Materials. He
    flow improver, flow accelerated corrosion, along with flow and corrosion modeling, and monitoring. He has                                          has worked on non-metallic materials in Oil & Gas applications since 2001. Richard
    developed workshops such as: Effect of Multiphase Flow on Corrosion - Cause and Control, Management                      has a wide experience of composites, adhesives and elastomers in the Aerospace, Automotive and Oil & Gas
    of Flow and Corrosion in Oil and Gas Pipelines - Field Applications. His recent activities include: Chairman             industry sectors. He is a member of ISO review committee for ISO 14692 on GRP piping (ISO/TC67/SC6) and
    for “Flow Modeling of Liquid Pipeline” at the 2008 International Pipeline Conference, Plenary Speaker for the            member of Midlands Plastics and Rubber Group (Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining).
    2008 InterCor International Conference, and Presenter of “The Performance of Corrosion Inhibitors at Severe
    Slugging Conditions in Deep Offshore Risers,” at the 007 Rio Pipeline Conference and Exposition, Rio de                  Workshop Title: NDT in Nonmetallic Materials
    Janeiro, Brazil – awarded Honorable Mention.
                                                                                                                             Introduction:
                                                                                                                             Composite structures and components (i.e., non-metallic materials) are being used in an ever increasing range of
    Workshop Title: Determination/Control of Multiphase Flows and Flow                                                       industrial applications due to the benefits of corrosion resistance, light weight and relative ease of installation. In
    Accelerated Corrosion                                                                                                    oil and gas applications this includes large diameter sea-water cooling pipes and systems and numerous other
                                                                                                                             applications including tanks, valves, pumps, pressure vessels and secondary structures. In other industries (e.g., in
                                                                                                                             aerospace) comprehensive non destructive testing (NDT) is usually done at the manufacturing stage. However,
    Introduction:                                                                                                            in-service inspection is usually more difficult and less widely done. The traditional approach has relied on
                                                                                                                             conservatism where structures are designed to allow for anticipated in-service damage. The perception of the
    The assessment of corrosion in multiphase flow environments is complex. The chemistry of the corrosion process           difficulty of carrying out routine in service inspections and associated limitations of defect assessment methods,
    is reasonably well understood and several experimental methods have been devised to investigate the                      compared to metallic structures, have sometimes limited the widespread uptake of composite materials.
    corrosion process. However, the effect of flow on corrosion is not well understood especially when multiphase
    flow is considered. The change in pipeline inclinations can cause changes in the flow regime transitions and             The workshop addresses in-service inspection of composite structures used increasingly in structural applications
    flow characteristics, which have a definite effect on the corrosion rate experienced by these pipelines. When            such as energy generation, offshore production, petrochemical refining, civil construction and transport. The
    evaluating corrosion inhibitors, it is important that tests adequately represent field conditions. If this is not done   requirements for in-service inspection are to ensure continuing structural integrity and satisfy asset owners and
    then many parameters that are fundamental to inhibitor performance may not be sufficiently addressed to allow            regulators that equipment and plant is fit for service. Typical challenges facing an inspection engineer include
    prediction of their field performance. These include the flow characteristics and the effect of the flow on the          lack of adequate standards and procedures, materials with high signal attenuation and scattering, surfaces
    nature of the fluids.                                                                                                    which may not allow adequate coupling of inspection probes and unfamiliarity with non-metallic structures.

    In this workshop, multiphase flow characteristics and their subsequent effect on corrosion rates will be presented.      Examples of current and emerging NDT methods for large structures will be presented together with information
    The performance of corrosion inhibitors under multiphase flow conditions will be also described.                         on future developments including standards and procedures.

        Administrative Information                                                                                               Administrative Information
        Workshop Fee                      Free of charge (Conference registration is required)                                   Workshop Fee                      Free of charge (Conference registration is required)
        Workshop Venue                    Marjan 1, GICC, Gulf Hotel                                                             Workshop Venue                    Marjan 2, GICC, Gulf Hotel
        Date & Time                       Sunday, February 14, 2010        (1:00 pm - 5:30 pm)                                   Date & Time                       Sunday, February 14, 2010         (1:00 pm - 5:30 pm)
        Registration                      Please use the Conference Registration form                                            Registration                      Please use the Conference Registration form



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                                                                                     List of Accepted Abstracts
CAthoDiC ProteCtion
Author                               AffiliAtion                                         PAPer title
Saad Hamad Al-Khaldi et al           Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Kuwait           Revamping of Existing Cathodic Protection System in KNPC Shuaiba Refinery
Sami Masadeh                         Al-Balqa Applied University, Jordan                 Computer Application in Pipeline Cathodic Protection Design
Fawzi Ali Mohamed El Hamshri et al   SOGEPI s.r.l, Libya                                 Effects of High Potential Cathodic Protection on Fusion Bonded Epoxy Coated Steel
S. Ali Asghari et al                 Razi Metallurgical Research Center, Iran            Preparation and Characterization of Ternary Mixed Oxide Containing IrO2, RuO2, TiO2 on Platinum Coated Titanium Electrodes
Calvin R. Pynn                       Aegis Technical Systems LLC, UAE                    Current Distribution in Reinforced Concrete Cathodic Protection Systems
Abdulhameed Bukhamseen               Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                          Providing an Accurate Field Measurements for a Pipeline System will lead to a Robust and Sound CP Design
Alireza Salehi et al                 Iran Oil Design & Construction Company, Iran        A New Surveillance System for Cathodic Protection Monitoring of Oil & Gas Pipelines Using Data Grid
Pankaj Panchal                       Abdulla Fouad Impalloy Ltd. Co., Saudi Arabia       Cathodic Protection Design Consideration for Multiple Well Casings
Zia Chaudhary et al                  SABIC, Saudi Arabia                                 Repairs and Cathodic Protection of a Newly Built Reinforced Concrete Seawater Cooling Tower
John Norris et al                    Corrpro Arabia, Saudi Arabia                        A Study of Reference Electrode Testing and Alternate Monitoring Methods for CP of Reinforced Concrete
Faisal Al-Anazi                      SABIC, Saudi Arabia                                 Failure Analysis of a Caustic Tank Bottom Protected by Impressed Current Cathodic Protection
Hasan Sabri et al                    Kuwait Oil Company, Kuwait                          Applicability of In-Direct Inspection (IDI) in Congested Oilfield Area
Hasan Sabri et al                    Kuwait Oil Company, Kuwait                          Cathodic Protection Approach in Upstream Processing Plant
Hasan Sabri et al                    Kuwait Oil Company, Kuwait                          Factors Affecting Cathodic Disbondment Testing
Hasan Sabri et al                    Kuwait Oil Company, Kuwait                          Impressed Current Cathodic Protection for External Bottom Plates of Large AST – Design Versus Factual Model
Antonio Martinez                     ADMA, UAE                                           Offshore Cathodic Protection Systems: Statistical and Experiences in the Arabian Gulf
Mohammed Alghafri                    PDO, Oman                                           Experience of PDO in Well Casing Cathodic Protection
Mehdi Javidi et al                   Shiraz University, Iran                             External Corrosion Direct Assessment - A Case Study for a Gas Transmission Pipeline in South of Iran
Chris J. Wheatley et al              CJ Wiretech Limited, UK                             Thermal Spraying of AlZnIn Alloys Using Solid Wires
Brent McAdams                        FreeWave Technologies, Inc., USA                    Implementing Remote Wireless Monitoring of Pipeline Integrity and Cathodic Protection

CheMiCAl treAtMent
Author                               AffiliAtion                                         PAPer title
Dr. Mohamed Abou Zour                Nalco, Abu Dhabi, UAE                               From the Lab to the Field- Development and Deployment of Combination Corrosion Inhibitor/Cleaner Technology
Mohsen Achour                        Conoco Phillips, USA                                Effects of Corrosion Inhibitors and Surface Coverage on the Pipeline Wall Wettability in Crude Oil Systems
Xianming Yu                          Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                          Application of Vapor Phase Corrosion Inhibitors to Mitigate Underside Corrosion of Crude Oil Tank Bottoms
Ali Al-Taq et al                     Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                          Effect of Acid Hydrolysis on Inhibition Performance of a New Series of Diamine-based Corrosion Inhibitors for HCl Acid Solutions
Sherif M. El-Sayed                   King Saud University, Saudi Arabia                  Effects of 3-Amino-5-mercapto-1,2,4-triazole on the Inhibition of Copper Corrosion in Highly Saline Water
Ahmed Y. Musa et al                  Universiti Kebangsaan, Malaysia                     Mild Steel Corrosion Inhibition by 4, 4-Dimethyl-3-Thiosemicarbazide in 2.5M Sulfuric Acid
Fahad Al-Abeedi                      Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                          Sea Water Injection Pipelines Treatment Program
Mohamed Abdelraouf et al             Egyptian Petroleum Research Institute, Egypt        Environmentally Friendly Corrosion Inhibitor based on Green Tea Extract for Petroleum Pipelines
Xinming Hu et al                     University of Leeds, UK                             Corrosion Performance of Carbon Steel under Downhole Conditions in a Formation Water with Addition of Different Oilfield Chemicals
Cheolho Kang                         DNV, USA                                            The Performance of Corrosion Inhibitors in Closed to Wellhead Flowlines
Andrew MacDonald                     Clariant Oil Services UK Ltd, UK                    Evaluation of Corrosion Inhibitor and Kinetic Hydrate Inhibitor Compatibility Using Persistency and Partitioning Tests
F. Setta et al                       University of Leeds, UK                             Efficiency Assessment of Conventional and Non-conventional Inhibitors on CaCO3 Precipitation Kinetics in the Bulk and Deposition on Stainless Steel Surface (316 L)
Jessi Meyer et al                    Cortec, USA                                         Performance of Migrating Corrosion Inhibitors in the Construction Industry


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                                                                                  List of Accepted Abstracts
    CheMiCAl treAtMent ( Cont’d.)
    Author                      AffiliAtion                                              PAPer title
    Hanaa Al-Mazeedi            Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, KISR, Kuwait   Inhibitors Evaluation for Carbon Steel in Minagish Aquifer Water
    Fengting Li                 Tongji University, China                                 Study on Corrosion Inhibition of Polyaspartic Acid on Carbon Steel
    Layla Al Juhaiman           King Saud University, Saudi Arabia                       Nano Clay and PVP Polymer as a Corrosion Inhibitor for C- Steel in HCl Solutions

    CorroSion MAnAGeMent
    Author                      AffiliAtion                                              PAPer title
    Geir Instanes               ClampOn AS, Norway                                       Corrosion Erosion Monitoring
                                Production Services Network (PSN)
    Dr. Ali Morshed                                                                      Corrosion Engineering vs. Corrosion Management in the Oil Industry
                                Advanced Integrity Group (AIG), UK
    Ahmad S. Al-Omari           Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                               Corrosion Monitoring & Chemical Injection Points: What Can Go Wrong and What Must Go Right!
    Colin Drysdale et al        T.D. Williamson, Inc., USA                               Gauging the Success of Corrosion Inhibitor Application
    Colin Drysdale et al        T.D. Williamson, Inc., USA                               High Performance Pigging
    George Duggan et al         Baker Petrolite Saudi Co. Ltd., Saudi Arabia             Case Study: Salt Corrosion Controlled by Discontinuing Water
    Robin D. Tems               Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                               Managing the Cost of Corrosion
    Iain Le May                 Metallurgical Consulting Services Ltd, Scotland          Corrosion Analysis of Steel Pipes to be used in a Water Injection System
    Yahya J. Al-Shahrani        Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                               Premature Failure of a Newly Installed Bypass Line
    Michel Bonis                Total, France                                            Sour Weight Loss Corrosion: From a Better Knowledge to an Improved Management
    Mohammed Al-Barout          Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                               Mitigation of Crude Line Leaks: Case Study
    Kjell Wold et al            Roxar Flow Measurement AS, Norway                        On-line, Non-intrusive Corrosion Monitoring based on Electric Field Signature Technology – an Update of Installation Experience and Typical Field Data
    Kjell Wold et al            Roxar Flow Measurement AS, Norway                        New Sand Management System Integrating Erosion based and Acoustic Sensors in a New Generation Sand Management Software
    Moufaq Jafar et al          Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                               Real-Time Downhole Corrosion Monitoring
    Faisal H Al-Refai           Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Kuwait                Failure of Fractionator Overhead Crude Exchangers in Crude Distillation Unit in MAB Refinery
    Ahmad M Ghamdi              Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                               JR Amine Unit Corrosion Evaluation
    Martin Holdefer             Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH, Germany                              No Chance for Corrosion - Online Corrosion Monitoring
    Colin Drysdale et al        T.D. Williamson Inc., USA                                Black Powder Removal in a Gas Pipeline
    Michael Moles et al         Olympus NDT, Canada                                      Corrosion Mapping Capabilities using Phased Arrays
    Kyle Cattanach et al        Baker Hughes, USA                                        Novel Test Procedures to Understand and Mitigate Black Powder Formation in Sales Gas Pipelines
    Mansour Al-Abbas et al      Petrokemya, Saudi Arabia                                 Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI) - a Unique Experience
    Howard Chiang               Aramco Services Company, USA                             Establish Baseline Parameters for Furnace Inspection
    Øystein Baltzersen          Sensorlink, Norway                                       Ultrasonic System for Monitoring of Corrosion in Real Time
    Sajid Mehmood et al         Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                               Wellbore Corrosion Assessment in Water Wells - Causes and Prevention
    John Carew et al            KISR, Kuwait                                             Assessment of Corrosion in Seawater Injection System
    M.A.Al-Hujeli               Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                               Transfer Pumps Rich Corrosion Products
    A. Qumairi                  SWCC, Saudi Arabia                                       The Phenomena of Corrosion Affect all Industrial Sectors
    Hassan Ali Al-Hammadi       ADMA,UAE                                                 Integrity Assessment and Corrosion Management of Subsea Pipelines in the Arabian Gulf
    Jasim Al-Qurain et al       Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                               Corrosion Mitigation Measures Due to the Presence of Elemental Sulfur and Glycol Degradation Products at Abqaiq Deethanizer System
    Nabeel S. Al-Bannai et al   Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                               Corrosion Management Program Development at Saudi Aramco


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                                                                               List of Accepted Abstracts
CorroSion reSeArCh AnD MoDelinG
Author                         AffiliAtion                                                 PAPer title
Jagadeesh Bhattarai            Tribhuvan University, Nepal                                 Roles of Alloying Elements on the Passivation Behavior of Sputter-deposited Cr-Zr-W Alloys in 12 M HCl Solution
Vahid Afshari et al            University of Tehran, Iran                                  The Influence of Nanostructured Surface on the Stability of the Passive Film on Iron in Nitric Acid Solution
Dr. Ali Abdulgader Al Jarany   Misurata, Libya                                             Effect of Oxygen Partial Pressure on the Oxidation Behaviour of γ-TiAl Intermetallic at High Temperature
Pejman Malekinejad             Iranian Central Oil fields Company, Iran                    Studying the Performance of API 5CTL-80 Type 1 Steel in Tubing of Sour Gas Wells Using HYSIS Software
Lutfi Abosrra                  University of Bradford, UK                                  Effect of Surface Roughness on Corrosion Resistance of 316L Stainless Steel in Sodium Chloride Saline Solutions
Adil Al Tamimi et al           American University of Sharjah, UAE                         Accelerated Corrosion Rate in Steel Bars in Concrete using Different Admixtures
Mohammed I. Abdulsalam         King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia                     Study of Crevice Corrosion on Type 254 SMO Stainless Steel in Chloride Solutions
M. A. Fazal                    University of Malaya, Malaysia                              Comparative Corrosive Characteristic of Petroleum Diesel and Palm Biodiesel
Rihan Omar Rihan et al         KFUPM, Saudi Arabia                                         The Effect of Soft-Start in Reducing Erosion-Corrosion Attack in Petroleum Pipelines in Carbon Dioxide Containing Solution
Nawaf Al-Baker et al           KFUPM, Saudi Arabia                                         Kinetic Study of N211 Corrosion Inhibitors for CS-1018 in Seawater
Irfan Aziz et al               Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China   Cerium based Thermal Conversion Treatments on SiCp/2009 Aluminum Metal Matrix Composites
Fadi Samir Oudah et al         American University of Sharjah, UAE                         Evaluation of the Effect of CFRP on the Corrosion Process of Reinforced Concrete Elements
Xinming Hu et al               University of Leeds, UK                                     Erosion-Corrosion Performance and Mitigation of Materials for Multiphase Pipelines
Mokhtar Che Ismail et al       Universiti Teknologi Petronas, Malaysia                     The Effect of Surface Finish on Corrosion of Carbon Steel
Mokhtar Che Ismail et al       Universiti Teknologi Petronas, Malaysia                     Correlating Stern Geary Values with Film Formation in CO2 Corrosion
Shouwen Shen et al             Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                                  Chemical Composition Determination of Black Powder Samples by XRD and XRF
Raja Rizwan Hussain et al      King Saud University, Saudi Arabia                          Effect of Volume of Coarse Aggregate on Corrosion Rate and Potential of Corroding Steel Reinforcement in Concrete Structures
Zuhair Gasem                   KFUPM, Saudi Arabia                                         Monitoring Localized Corrosion Using Acoustic Emission Technique
Hesam Ahmadi et al             Petroleum University of Technology, Iran                    Electrochemical Investigation of Carbon Dioxide Corrosion of Carbon Steel in the Presence of Acetic Acid
Masoud Azarmi et al            Petroleum University of Technology, Iran                    Electrochemical Investigation of Molybdate as a Corrosion Inhibitor in Cooling Water Systems
Hamad H. Al-Alwani et al       Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                                  Corrosion Mitigation in Crude Oil Flowlines and Trunklines
F.A. Abd El-Aleem et al        King Saud University, Saudi Arabia                          Corrosion Problems and Materials Selection for Phosphoric Acid Production from Saudi Phosphate Ores
Tumi Elmendlsi                 Academy for Postgraduate Studies, Libya                     Role of Sensitization on Pitting Corrosion of 304 Austenitic Stainless Steel in Seawater
M. Sherif El-Sayed             King Saud University, Saudi Arabia                          Influence of Ruthenium Additions on the Passivation of 22%Cr 9%Ni 3%Mo Duplex Stainless Steel Corrosion in 10% Sulphuric Acid Solutions
Mansour A. Al-Zamil et al      Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                                  Corrosion Control in Vacuum Distillation Units
Sameerah Al-Saeedi et al       Princess Nora bint Abdulrahman University, Saudi Arabia     Atmospheric Corrosion of Aluminum Using Quartz Crystal Microbalance
Hameed H. Al-Badairy           Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                                  The Roles of Impurities, RE Effects and Protective Coating on the Oxidation Behaviour of Fe-20Cr-5Al Alumina Forming Alloys
Vahid Afshari et al            University of Tehran, Iran                                  Investigation of Grain Size on the Corrosion Inhibitor Behavior of Nanocrystalline Iron Metal
Irfan Aziz                     Beijing University, China                                   Corrosion Behavior of the SiCp/5A06 Al Composite Coated by Lanthanum-based Chemical Conversion Treatment
Tsanka Dikova et al            Medical University of Varna, Bulgaria                       Destruction of 316Ti Steel under High Temperature Gas Corrosion
Tsanka Dikova et al            Medical University of Varna, Bulgaria                       Properties Variation of Titanium Tubes After Long Term Use
Abdulhameed Al-Hashem et al    Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Kuwait                   Cavitation Erosion Behavior of Cobalt-Based Alloys in Seawater
Kashif Naveed et al            Institute of Space Technology Islamabad, Pakistan           Effect of Intermetallics on Localized Corrosion of 2024 Aluminum Alloy
Lutfi Abosrra et al            School of Engineering, University of Bradford, UK           Effect of Calcium Nitrite Inhibitor on Mild Steel Corrosion in Alkaline Containing Chloride Environment




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                                                                                List of Accepted Abstracts
 MAteriAlS SeleCtion, fAilure AnAlYSiS AnD WelDinG
     Author                       AffiliAtion                                          PAPer title
     Peter Bukovinszky            HIDD Power Company BSC, Bahrain                      Corrosion of Ni-resist D2 materials in Seawater and Details How to Repair the Defective Components
     Mohammed A. Al-Anezi et al   Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                           Pitfalls in Procurement of HIC Resistant Pipes
     Esmaeil Jafari et al         Shiraz University, Iran                              The Influence of Plastic Deformation on Corrosion Behaviors of 304 AISI Stainless Steel
     Khalid M. Al-Hydary          SABIC - Ibn Rushd, Saudi Arabia                      Effect of Interlock Protection System on Silos & Screw Conveyor Failures
     Khalid M. Al-Hydary          SABIC - Ibn Rushd, Saudi Arabia                      Effect of Uneven Distribution of Heat on Huge Cycler Reactors
     A.M. Benamer                 Sirte Oil Company, Libya                             34” Gas Pipeline Rehabilitation Methodology
     Darwin Sebayang et al        Universiti Tun Hussein Onn, Malaysia                 Systematic Investigation of Failure Analysis on a Steam Trap Bypass Tube in a Coal Fired Power Plant
     Faisal H. Al-Refai et al     Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Kuwait            Failure of Sulfur Storage Tank in Mina Abdulla Refinery due to Corrosion Under Insulation
     Salman Al-Dossary et al      Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                           Underdeposit Corrosion Failure of a Compressor after Stage Cooler at an NGL Plant - A Case Study
     V. K. Bafna et al            TCR Engineering Services Pvt. Ltd., India            In-Situ Metallography for the Plant Health Assessment Studies and Failure Investigation
     Hosni M. Ezuber              University of Bahrain, Bahrain                       Metallurgical and Environmental Factors Affecting the Pitting Behavior of SAF 2205 Duplex Stainless Steel in Chloride Solutions
     Ali H. Al Shawaf et al       SABIC, Saudi Arabia                                  Failure Analysis of a Pump Shaft
     Ali H. Al Shawaf et al       SABIC, Saudi Arabia                                  Investigation of Leakage from the Thermowell Weld Joint at an Ammonia Plant
     Ali H. Al Shawaf et al       SABIC, Saudi Arabia                                  Failure Analysis of 2”Globe Valve in a Utility Area
     H. J. Choi                   Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                           Field Sweet and Sour Corrosion of Downhole T-95 Carbon Steel Production Tubing in Jauf and Kuff Gas Wells
     Michael Moles et al          Olympus NDT, Canada                                  Corroded Bolt Inspection Using Phased Arrays
     L. Reddy et al               Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Kuwait            Use of Brass Hammers in Petroleum Refinery - Failure Investigation
     L. Reddy et al               Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Kuwait            Stress Corrosion Cracking of Pump Seal Flush Cooler Coils (SS316L) in Open Recirculation Water
     Chi-Ming Lee                 TWI Ltd, UK                                          Corrosion Resistant Alloys – Improved Approach to Material Selection and Environmental Limits
     Maslat Al-Waranbi et al      Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                           MIC Role in Internal Corrosion Failures of Seal Flush Piping - Case Study
     Saeed Ahmed Aseery et al     Petrokemya, Saudi Arabia                             Inspection Experience with Millisecond Furnaces
     Saad Al- Dhafiri et al       Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Kuwait            Dew Point Corrosion of a Transition Cone of an FCCU Regenerator – A Case Study
     Saad Al- Dhafiri et al       Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Kuwait            Erosion Corrosion of SS316L Trays in FCC’s Sour Water Stripper – A Case Study
     Saad Al- Dhafiri et al       Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Kuwait            Underdeposit Corrosion of Hydrocracker Effluent Heat Exchanger Tubes (Breech Lock Type)
     Xinming Hu et al             University of Leeds, UK                              Cavitation Corrosion of Materials for Pumping Application in Artificial Seawater
     Moavin Islam et al           Corrpro/KOC, Kuwait                                  Stress Oriented Hydrogen Induced Cracking Failure in a Crude Oil Pipeline Fitting
     Moavin Islam et al           Corrpro/KOC, Kuwait                                  Premature Failure of Drill Collars During Rigging Operation
     Sang Gyu Lee                 Samsung Engineering Co. Ltd., Korea                  Failure Analysis of 90-10 Cupronickel Generator Tube in Absorption Chiller
     Shuji Hashizume              Tenaris NKK Tubes, Japan                             SCC Mechanism Near Fusion Line of Low C - 13%Cr Welded Joints
     Khaled Hussein Said et al    ADMA-OPCO, UAE                                       Case History: Damage of 30 inch Subsea Pipeline in the Arabian Gulf
     Mohammed Saleem              Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                           Environmental Cracking Assessment Challenges in Gas Processing Plant
     W. T. Riad et al             KISR, Kuwait                                         Failure Investigation of Pipe to Elbow Joint of Stainless Steel Drain Pipe
     Ruchuan Yin et al            SABIC Technology Center, Saudi Arabia                Failure Analysis of the 4th Catalyst Bed and Gratings Collapse in a Methanol Reactor
     Anees U. Malik et al         Saline Water Conversion Corp. (SWCC), Saudi Arabia   Studies on the Failure of Economizer Tubes Involving Acid Dew-Point Corrosion in High Pressure Boilers
     Bill Boardman                Sub-One Technology, USA                              Corrosion and Wear Resistant PECVD Coatings for the Internal Coating of Pipes
     Faraj Hammad Omer            Ras Lanuf Oil & Gas Processing Co., Libya            Rupture of Boiler Superheater
     Nayef Al-Enezi               Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Kuwait            Identification and Investigation of Corrosion Problems in MEA Systems

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non-MetAlliC MAteriAlS
Author                          AffiliAtion                                          PAPer title
Riad El Ferkh                   Future Pipe Industries, LLC, Dammam, Saudi Arabia    Non-Metallic for Oil & Gas Applications
Abdullah Al-Dossary             Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                           Thermoplastic Liners for Carbon Steel Pipelines
Ramadan O. Saied                University of Garyounis, Libya                       The Influence of Seawater on the Modulus property of Composite Materials at Elevated Temperature
Peter Grkinic                   Ulva Insulation Systems Ltd, UK                      Managing CUI with Nonmetallic Insulation Cladding
Simon Frost                     Walker Technical Resources, UK                       The Importance of Surface Preparation in the Performance of Composite Repairs
H. Al-Qabah                     DuPont Performance Elastomers, Saudi Arabia          Re-engineering of TEG Pump Sealing using Perfluoroelastomers
Gokulnath Radhakrishnan et al   Maxtube Limited, Dubai, UAE                          Re-Engineering Downhole Completions while Applying GRE Lining Barriers for Corrosion Protection
Joan Carter et al               DeepFlex. Inc, USA                                   Non-Metallic Flexible Pipe for Onshore and Subsea Applications
A.G. Gibson et al               Center for Composite Materials Engineering, UK       Qualification and Test Procedures for Fiberglass Pipe for Oil and Gas Applications
Matt Green et al                Citadel Technologies, USA                            The Effects of Internal Pressure of a Pipeline During Application of a Nonmetallic Composite Repair
Mohammed Saleem                 Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                           Performance Review of Composites in a Gas Plant Application
Andreas Dowe et al              Evonik Degussa GmbH, Germany                         Successful Installation of Polyamide 12 Liner by Tight Fit Technology
Richard Lee et al               ESR Technology, UK                                   Integrity Assessment Challenges for Ageing GRP Systems
R. Marchiori et al              Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil         Improvement of Electrical Conductivity and Tensile Strength in Polymer/Carbon Nanotube Composites
William Simendinger             Nil-Cor, LLC, USA                                    Polymer Matrix Composite Valves for Corrosive Industrial Applications
Saad Al-Shiha et al             Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                           Qualification and Promoting the Use of Composite Valves in Hydrocarbon Services
Jim Schmitz                     United Pipeline Systems, USA                         High Density Polyethylene Liners for High Temperature and Gaseous Applications


ProteCtiVe CoAtinGS
Author                          AffiliAtion                                          PAPer title
Ahmed Harthy                    PDO, Oman                                            Approval of Liquid Epoxy Coating as Anticorrosion Coating for Crude Service
IIftikhar Ahmad et al           Arabian Gulf Oil Company, Libya                      The Comparative Study of Performance and Application Parameters Used for Internal Lining of Potable Water Pipeline
Bilal Ghalaini                  DuPont Products SA, UAE                              Engineered Downhole Coating Solutions for Corrosion Control in High Pressure / High Temperature Gas Well Environments
Svend Johnsen                   Hempel, Denmark                                      Corrosion Protection with Coatings - Will Pre-Qualification Testing Improve Performance?
Moufaq Jafar et al              Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                           Effect of Steam-Out Operation on Coatings Performance
Oluwatoyin Ashiru et al         SABIC, Saudi Arabia                                  Mitigating of Corrosion Under Insulation in Plants with Coating Applications
Mana Mansour                    Sherwin Williams, USA                                Effect of Salt Contamination on Coating Performance
Paul Lenehan                    A.W. Chesterton, USA                                 Composite Coatings to Protect Metal and Concrete Surfaces
Hasan Sabri et al               Kuwait Oil Company, Kuwait                           Accuracy of Measurement and Extraction of Soluble Salts from Contaminated Substrate
Ron Campbell et al              Belzona, UK                                          Developments in Spray Applied Coatings for the Protection of Process Vessels
Matthew Fletcher                International Paint, UK                              In-Situ Refurbishment of Tank Linings
Dado R. Canta                   Hempel Paints (SA) W.L.L., Saudi Arabia              Innovative Approaches to Corrosion Protection by Protective Coatings
Mohammad Reza Shishesaz et al   Petroleum University of Technology, Iran             Synthesis and Characterization of Corrosion Resistance, Barrier and Adhesion Properties of Polyurethane Clay Nanocomposites
Amir Farzaneh et al             Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Iran            Evaluation Influence of Anionic Surfactant and Variable Parameters on the Corrosion Resistance of Nickel Electroless Coating in NACL 3.5% by Taguchi Method


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                                                                                        List of Accepted Abstracts
 ProteCtiVe CoAtinGS ( Cont’d.)
     Author                              AffiliAtion                                             PAPer title
     Mahmud Peykari et al                Petroleum University of Technology, Iran                Preparation of Epoxy-Clay Nanocomposite Coating and Investigation of its Anti-Corrosive Behavior on ASTM A283 Steel
     Michael Magerstädt                  ROSEN Group, Switzerland                                Erosion and Corrosion Protection by High Performance Elastomers

 WAter treAtMent & CheMiCAl CleAninG
     Author                              AffiliAtion                                             PAPer title
     Taleb, Amina Ramdani et al          Djillali Liabès University, Algeria                     Removal of Excess Ions Fluorides of Saharan Brachish Water by Adsorption on Natural Materials
     Dr. Enow Achuo Kima                 Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                              The Use of Polyphosphate to Control Red-water Problems in Potable Water Systems
     Dr. Alaa                            Babylon University, Iraq                                Design and Construction of a Shallow Depth Settling Water Treatment Plant for Small Communities
     Prof. Hussein                       Misan University, Iraq                                  Household Water Treatment Design for Iraq Marsh Community
     Manuel Soria                        GE Technologies, Spain                                  Condensate Metal Transport Reduction Technologies
     Mohammed F. Al-Hajri                Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                              The New Water Treatment Program in Abqaiq NGL Cooling Towers
     Riyadh A Al-Harbi                   Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia                              Assessing HRSG Internal Tubes Conditions
     Arif Jaffer                         Alkhorayef Petroleum Company, Saudi Arabia              Corrosion Mitigation in Steam Plants
     Shereif Alsayed                     GE Water & Process Technologies, UAE                    Assessment of Needs and Evaluation of an Innovative Water Treatment Approach for Open Evaporative Seawater Cooling Systems
     Garry Laxton et al                  Baker Hughes, USA                                       Save Time and Costs and Avoid Environmental Risk Associated with Cooling Water Process Hydrocarbon Leaks

 PoSterS SeSSion
     Author                              AffiliAtion                                             PAPer title
     Amuda, Muhammed Olawale Hakeem      International Islamic University, Malaysia              Effect of Cryogenic Weld Cooling on Sensitization in AISI 430 Ferritic Stainless Steel Welds
     Toafri et al                        University of Algeria, Algeria                          L-Cysteine as Environmentally Friendly Corrosion Inhibitor for XC18 Carbon Steel in Acidic Medium
     Aysun Ayday                         Sakarya University, Turkey                              Effect of Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation Treatment on the Corrosion Properties of Aluminum 6060
     Philip Sillman et al                Nalco Ltd., UK                                          Practical Field Applications & Guidelines for Using Overhead Simulation Models
     Alaa-Eldin Hassanein et al          Halcrow Consulting Engineers & Architects Ltd., Qatar   Concrete Specification and Enhancement Techniques for New Construction in the Gulf
     Abdulhafiz Abdulsalam Salem et al   GNDEC Ludhiana, India                                   Study the Effect of Sensitization in GTAW of Stainless Steel
     Balraj Nagesh                       Al Hoty Stanger Ltd. Co, Saudi Arabia                   Case Study of the Pitting Corrosion of the SS 312 Type 304 Grade Pipes and Fittings Used for Flow of Acetic Anhydride Solution
     Khalid Al-Hydary                    SABIC, Saudi Arabia                                     Intelligent Inspection Skills
     Zia Chaudhary et al                 SABIC, Saudi Arabia                                     Cathodic Protection of Seawater Reinforced Concrete Structures
     Calvin R. Pynn                      Aegis Technical Systems LLC, UAE                        Cathodic Protection of Reinforced Concrete Foundation Piles
     Yasir Younas et al                  University of Leoben, Austria                           Problems in Quantification of Pitting Corrosion




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                                                                                                                                                                       Conference /Workshop Registration Form
                                                              13th Middle East Corrosion Conference & Exhibition, February 14 - 17, 2010 - Gulf International Convention Center, Gulf Hotel, Kingdom of Bahrain


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                                                               Sponsorship Form
                                                            Companies are invited to sponsor the conference.
                                     Please refer to the sponsorship benefits or visit the conference website: www.mecconline.org



                                                      Our company is pleased to sponsor the conference as follows:

                              Platinum Sponsor                    SR 75,000                    BD 7,500                      US$ 20,270
                              Golden Sponsor                      SR 50,000                    BD 5,000                      US$ 13,500
                              Silver Sponsor                      SR 35,000                    BD 3,500                      US$ 9,500
                              Conference Dinner                   SR 50,000                    BD 5,000                      US$ 13,500
                              Luncheon                            SR 35,000                    BD 3,500                      US$ 9,500
                              Publications                        SR 25,000                    BD 2,500                      US$ 6,750


     Company
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     Signature                                                                                            Date



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                                  Conference Secretariat                                                      Payment may be made by
            13th MIDDLE EAST CORROSION CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION                                             Bank Draft/Cheque payable to:
                                Bahrain Society of Engineers                                                Bahrain Society of Engineers
                      P.O.Box 835, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain                                                    A/C No. 99065991
                                                              475
                       Tel.: (+973) 17810733, Fax: (+973) 17827                                       National Bank of Bahrain (Main Branch)
                                Email: bseng@batelco.com.bh                                                   Swift Code: NBOBBHBM



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                                                                               Sponsors Benefits
                                                                                           PlaTINum                       Gold                      SIlvEr
                                BENEFITS                                               SR 75,000 or BD 7,500 or   SR 50,000 or BD 5,000 or   SR 35,000 or BD 3,500 or
                                                                                              US$ 20,270                 US$ 13,500                 US$ 9,500

Company name and logo will be presented in all branding and marketing materials
                                                                                                  FULL                       HALF                       HALF
in proportionate sizes.
Company will be honored with a plaque by the conference patron at the opening
ceremony.

Company is entitled for stand fittings at exhibition hall.                                        12 sq.m                    8 sq.m                     6 sq.m

Number of free delegates.                                                                         5 DELEGATES                3 DELEGATES                2 DELEGATES

Company’s publicity materials included in the conference pack.

Company name, logo, and brief profile will be published on the conference website
                                                                                                  FULL                       HALF                       HALF
in proportionate sizes.

Company logo will be displayed in the conference hall.                                            2X2m                       1.5 X 1.5 m                1X1m

Company name and logo will be published in the conference proceedings.

Company advertisement will be included in the exhibition guide.                                   2 FULL PAGES               1 FULL PAGE                HALF PAGE

Company name and logo will be presented in all above the line activities (TV ads,
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                                                               Exhibition Stand Booking Form
                          13th MIDDLE EAST CORROSION CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION
                                                            Gulf International Convention Center, Gulf Hotel, Kingdom of Bahrain
                                                                                   February 14 - 17, 2010

     Company
     Name of Representative
     Position
     Mailing Address
     City                                                                      Country                                       Postal Code
     Telephone                                                                 Fax                                           Email
     Products or Services to be displayed


     Signature                                                      Date


             Option A                                                                                     Option B
                                                         No. of Stands Required
            Shell Scheme Package                                                                        Stand space only (Minimum 6 sq. m)
            Participation Fees : SR 8000 or BD 800 or US$ 2160 (per 6 sq. m)                            Participation Fees : SR 1250 or BD 125 or US$ 335 (per sq. m)

      Stand Nos.                                                                                    Stand Nos.

      White wall panels 2.5 m Height. Carpet floor. Table with two chairs,                          Participation does not include any stand construction except one 240 volt power supply. (It is
      two fluorescent lights, one 240 volt power supply (3pin) and a waste basket.                  not permitted to use wall partitions of adjacent stands and stand construction exceeding the
      Select desired stand numbers from the exhibition layout.                                      standard height of 2.5 m require written approval from organizer)


                                                                   Payment may be made by Bank Draft/Cheque payable to:
                                     Bahrain Society of Engineers, A/C No. 99065991, National Bank of Bahrain (Main Branch), Swift Code: NBOBBHBM
                                                                                       Conference Secretariat
                                                             Bahrain Society of Engineers, P. O. Box 835, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain
                                                              Tel: (+973) 17810733, Fax: (+973) 17827475, Email: bseng@batelco.com.bh

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                                           Exhibition
The conference exhibition is an excellent opportunity for companies, consulting and research organizations
to display and demonstrate their activities and services related to the subject of corrosion control and
other associated services. Interested organizations are encouraged to participate either by sponsoring
the event and/or by taking part in the exhibition. (Please see the exhibition form)

The standard exhibition stand is 3 m wide and 2 m deep with 2.5 m height. Stand fittings will consist of
system stand, carpet floor, two fluorescent lights, fascia board in English, one electrical power point and
sufficient tables and chairs. In addition, each exhibitor will avail the following benefits:


   Exhibitors names will be published in the conference website.
   Exhibitors profile and logo will be included in the Conference Proceedings CD/USB.
   A brief profile (10 lines) of each exhibitor will be included in the official exhibition guide free of charge
   which will be circulated to all VIPs, visitors and participating delegates.
   Each exhibitor is entitled to one full conference package (1 delegate).
   Advertising space with nominal charges will be available in the Exhibition Guide.

   CoST oF ExhIBITIoN STaNd(S)
   One full exhibition stand with fittings costs SR 8,000 or BD 800 or US$ 2,160 per 6 sq. m.
   Exhibition space without fittings costs SR 1,250 or BD 125 or US$ 335 per sq. m (minimum size is 6 sq. m).




For further details about the exhibition please contact:

Bahrain Society of Engineers                 Mr. Mohammed Al-Subaie
P.O. Box 835                                 Saudi Aramco
Manama                                       P O Box 1 162
Kingdom of Bahrain                                       1,
                                             Abqaiq 3131 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Tel: +973-17-810724                          Tel: +966-3-876-0309
Fax: +973-17-827475                          Fax: +966-3-876-0224
Email: bseng@batelco.com.bh                  E-mail: mohammed.subaie.3@aramco.com



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                                Exhibition Stand Layout
                                                                                                                                         Stand no.              Company namE               Stand no.              Company namE

                                                                                                                                           B01              al Qahtani pipe Coating                    Specialized oil & Gas Engineering Co.
                                                                                                                                                                                             d06
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     (SoGEC)
                                                                                                                                           B03              al Qahtani pipe Coating
                                2000



                                                                                                                                                                                             d08                 national pipe Co.
                    B14   B16                 C14   C16                       E14    E16          F12     F14                              B05                 al Jazeera paints
                                                                                                                                                                                             E01               Sherbiney Chemicals
                    3x2   3x2                 3x2   3x2
                                                          D04          D08     3x2   3x2          3x2         3x2
                                                                                                                                           B06                 al Jazeera paints
                    B13   B15                 C13   C15   2x4           2x4
                                                                              E13    E15          F11     F13                                                                                E02                  SIpCo paints
                    3x2   3x2                 3x2   3x2                        3x2   3x2          3x2         3x2
                                                                                                                                           B07                 al Jazeera paints
                                                                                                                                                                                             E03               Sherbiney Chemicals
                                2000




                                                                                                                                           B08                 al Jazeera paints
                                                                                                                                                                                             E04                  SIpCo paints
                    B10   B12                                                                     F08     F10                              B09                FF- automation oy
     POSTERS AREA




                                                                                                                          POSTERS AREA
                    3x2   3x2                                                                     3x2         3x2                                                                            E05                   ali a. tamimi
                                                      COFFEE AREA
                    B09   B11                                                                     F07     F09                              B10               Qawasy pipe Coating
                    3x2   3x2                                                                     3x2         3x2                                                                            E06                   ali a. tamimi
                                                                                                                                           B11                   Sigma paints
                                2000




                                                                                                                                                                                             E07                   ali a. tamimi
                                       3000                     3200                       3000
                                                                                                                                           B12                  Baker Hughes
                    B06   B08                 C06   C08                       E06    E08          F04     F06                                                                                E08                   ali a. tamimi
                    3x2   3x2                 3x2   3x2
                                                          D02          D06     3x2   3x2          3x2         3x2
                                                                                                                                           B13           ULVa Insulation Systems Ltd.
                    B05   B07                 C05   C07   2x4           2x4
                                                                              E05    E07          F03     F05                                                                                E13              Corrocean srl (RoXaR)
                    3x2   3x2                 3x2   3x2                        3x2   3x2          3x2         3x2                          B15                    IntERtEK
                                                                                                                                                                                             E15          abdulla Fouad Impalloy Ltd. Co.
                                2000




                                                                                                                                           C01                  Saudi aramco
                                                                                                                                                                                             F02                International paint
                    B02   B04                 C02   C04                       E02    E04                F02                                C02                  Saudi aramco
                                                                                                        4x2                                                                                            al Suwaiket trading & Contracting Co.
                    3x2   3x2                 3x2   3x2
                                                          D01          D05     3x2   3x2
                                                                                                                                                                                             F03
                                                                                                        F01                                                                                                           Stopaq
                    B01   B03                 C01   C03   2x4           2x4
                                                                              E01    E03                4x2
                                                                                                                                           C03                  Saudi aramco
                    3x2   3x2                 3x2   3x2                        3x2   3x2                                                                                                               al Suwaiket trading & Contracting Co.
                                                                                                                                           C04                  Saudi aramco                 F04
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Stopaq

                                                                                                                                           C05                     amSyCo                    F05                     durapol
                                                                                                                    WIDTH : 3 m
                                                                       KO1 K02 K03         K04                                             C06             arabian pipecoating Co.           F06                    CLampon
                                                                       3x2     3x2   3x2   2x4                      DEPTH : 2 m
                                                                                                                    HEIGHT : 2.5 m         C07                     amSyCo                    F07                    oLympUS

                                                                                           2800                                            C08             arabian pipecoating Co.           F08             Bahrain national Gas Co.
                                                                INTERNET CAFE                                                              C13             Global Suhaimi Company            F09                moayyad al yousef
                           EXHIBITION
                           ENTRANCE
                                                                                                                                           C15             yusuf Bin ahmed Kanoo             F13                      dLpS

                                                                                                                                           d01                   Hempel paint                K01         GE, Water & process technology
                                                                              RESERVED FOR SPONSORS
                                                                                                                                           d02            Kanooz Industrial Services         K02         GE, Water & process technology
                                                                              BOOKED
                                                                                                                                           d04       Rawabi Corrosion technology Company     K03                     amiantit

                           Gulf International Convention Center                                                                            d05            Future pipe Industries (FpI)       K04                     amiantit

                             Gulf Hotel, Kingdom of Bahrain
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                                Hotel Information                                                                                                 Entry Visa Information
CoNFErENCE vENuE                                                                                                                          For a short-term Visa, please visit website www.bahrain.bh
Gulf Hotel is a landmark in Manama just 10 minutes away from Bahrain International Airport and 5 minutes                                        or check your eligibility from www.evisa.gov.bh
from the City Centre. The Gulf Hotel offers 366 well-appointed rooms of gracious style, uncompromising
efficiency and thoughtful technology. The impressive and unrivalled Gulf International Conference &                ¤ All other nationals residing in GCC and have a valid Residence Permit in their respective countries for a
Exhibition Centre offers exhibition, meeting and pre-function areas with unequalled state of the art facilities.       minimum 6 months will get an entry Visa for Bahrain for a period of one week on arrival at the Bahrain
The hotel houses many of Bahrain’s leading restaurants. For more information, please visit the Gulf Hotel              Airport or Causeway.
website: www.gulfhotelbahrain.com                                                                                  ¤   Nationals of some EU countries, Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland and
                                                                                                                       USA may obtain visas on arrival for tourist or business stays of up to 2 weeks. The fee is approximately
aCCommodaTIoN INFormaTIoN:
Rooms at the Gulf Hotel (Conference & Exhibition Venue) has been booked for participants. During the                   US$13. If working for a media company (e.g. a newspaper or TV company) a special invitation from the
conference period, special Gulf Hotel’s corporate rates are available for the conference participants.                 Bahrain authorities is required.
Please specify the conference name to get the special rate.                                                        ¤   All other nationals should send their passport copies to the Conference Secretariat at least two weeks
For direct booking, please contact;                                                                                    prior to the conference for arranging their one week Visa. There will be a fee for Visa Stamp and
Ms. Michelle Carreon, Tel: +973 17 746641, Fax: +973 17 712088, Email: rgc@gulfhotelbahrain.com                        handling BD 20 or US$ 55 to be paid to the Conference Secretariat in advance through bank transfer
                                                                                                                       or credit card mail order.
                                                GulF hoTEl room raTES PEr NIGhT
    TyPE oF roomS
                                BahraINI dINar                SaudI rIyalS                 uS dollarS                  CaNCEllaTIoN PolICy
    Superior Room Single                80                          800                          216               ¤ Cancellation must be received in writing to the Conference secretariat.
    Superior Room Double                90                          900                         243                ¤ No refund for Sponsorship since their logo and Company name published in all publicity materials &
    Deluxe Room Single                  90                          900                         243                    website.
    Deluxe Room Double                  100                         1000                        270                ¤   10% will be deducted if an Exhibition Stand booking is cancelled before December 31, 2009. After this
   The above rates are on per room per night basis, exclusive of Full Breakfast and exclusive of the service           date no refund will be given.
   charges (15%) and Government Taxes (5%)                                                                         ¤   30% will be deducted upon a delegate registration cancellation, if cancelled prior to January 15, 2010.
   All rates are quoted in Bahraini Dinars (BHD), Saudi Riyals (SAR) and US Dollars (USD)                              After this date no refund will be given.
   Airport pickup will charge by the Hotel.




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