Maritime Corrosion Protection: Key to a Sustainable Maritime Economy
SHANGHAI, Aug. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Presently, the maritime corrosion protection is becoming increasingly important, with an expected average annual growth rate of more than 30%. In 2012, the market size of the maritime corrosion protection industry had already reached more than 14 billion Yuan. It is predicted that by the end of 2015, the output of maritime industry will reach 7.05 trillion Yuan.
Maritime corrosion protection advancement in technology and engineering will further improve sea transportation, offshore structures, oil & gas structures and pipelines. This will lead to a more sustainable maritime economy. The maritime corrosion protection industry will keep on evolving to ensure all marine structures and assets performance remain at their best condition.
Supported byMarintec, Maritime Corrosion Protection and Integrity 2013 (MCI) will be held on 24-25 October in Shanghai, China.
Features of the summit:
-- Corrosion protection update - Focusing on latest available methods and technologies to increase protection -- Risk assessment and inspection methods - Utilizing a Monte Carlo Sensitivity Analysis with Markov Chain Analysis to Determine the Impact of Risk on your Structure's Corrosion -- Cost benefits of employing latest methodologies and technologies - Utilizing Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) and Surveillance Methods in Assessing Corrosion -- Reinforcing Other Protection Technologies with Cathodic Protection -- Panel Discussion: Maintenance of Corrosion Affected Assets vs. Retrofitting and Replacement to Increase Asset Lifecycle
Hear from our guest speakers include:
-- Ian Mcinnes, Project Manager Asset Integrity Fabric Maintenance / Coating Specialist, Shell Ltd. U.K. & Europe, -- Zhao Zhiming Chief Advisor, China Petroleum & Petrochemical Equipment Industry Association -- Zhou Bin, Chief Designer, Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. -- Teng Yao, Vice Chief Technology Officer, CIMC Raffles -- Shen Juhua, Deputy General Manager of Ocean Engineering Department, SinoPacific Offshore & Engineering -- Xin Wenbin, Director of Ship Repair Department, Shanghai Shipyard Co., Ltd.
Confirmed Speakers include:
Ian Mcinnes ,Project Manager Asset Integrity Fabric Maintenance / Coating Specialist, Shell Ltd. U.K. & Europe
Zhao Zhiming, Chief Advisor, China Petroleum & Petrochemical Equipment Industry Association
Zhou Bin, Chief Designer, Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.
Teng Yao, Vice Chief Technology Officer, CIMC Raffles
Shen Juhua, Deputy General Manager of Ocean Engineering Department, SinoPacific Offshore & Engineering
Xin Wenbin, Director of Ship Repair Department, Shanghai Shipyard Co., Ltd.
And many more…Click hereto download the brochure.
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About Marintec China:
Marintec China is Asia’s largest and most authoritative maritime trade fair on the event calendar. With increasing worldwide recognition and reputation, the exhibition is attracting an increasing number of high-profile exhibitors and visitors from around the world. In 2011, there were more than 1,650 exhibiting companies from 31 countries and regions exhibiting in the show, occupying over 70,000sqm in Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC), while it also attracted over 50,000 trade visitors from 87 countries and regions. Marintec China 2013 will be held from 3-6 December, 2013.
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