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NACE International CORROSION 2019 Conference & Expo

Booth Number: 1922


LOCATION: Nashville TN

CORROSION is the world’s largest conference and exposition on corrosion. Each year, NACE’s CORROSION conference welcomes more than 6,000 scientists, researchers, engineers, technicians, coatings inspectors and contractors, educators and students, as well as business executives and asset owners from more than 60 countries.

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This comprehensive conference is packed with technical information exchanges and sessions. Attendees can plan their day around a wide variety of conference offerings such as a presentation on some of the latest corrosion prevention techniques at one of our many symposia, participate in a forum discussion about best practices for corrosion mitigation, or attend one of our committee meetings to hear about current and upcoming NACE standards. After a day in technical meetings or the Exhibit Hall, you’ll find networking opportunities and receptions where you can connect with the entire global corrosion community.

Join Nalco Champion at booth 1922 to learn about our latest technologies!

Come see our speakers below present:


This year NACE is located in Nashville, Tennesee in the:

Nashville Music City Center
201 5th Ave S.
Nashville TN 37203

March 24-28th, 2019

come see our speakers:

Alicia Jones
Field Trial Findings of a Novel Sulfidogenesis Inhibitory Compound

Presented By: Alicia M. Jones, Ph.D.
Presentation Date & Time: March 26th at 1:25 p.m.
Located In: Room 205A-B

Biotic production of H2S is a major concern in oil and gas production, and new strategies are necessary to better prevent and mitigate reservoir souring. Lab development of a novel compound over the years has shown much promise towards inhibiting microbial sulfide production and MIC, and this talk investigates the new chemistry’s efficacy in a field trial when applied to an onshore waterflood. 

Jeremy Maloney
Development of a Versatile Corrosion Inhibitor for Multiple Oil and Gas Operating Environments

Presented By: Jeremy Moloney
Presentation Date & Time: March 25th at 10:10 a.m.
Located In: Room 207C-D

The selection of a corrosion inhibitor (CI) is often system dependent because a CI that performs well under one set of conditions may not always do so under another.  Consequently, this often requires operators to have to handle numerous chemical products to treat different fields and/or to replace CIs for the same asset as the field conditions change over time.  Since this can pose challenges to operators from a logistical viewpoint, it is advantageous for a CI to have a wide window of operability in order to help reduce the number of products an operator must manage.  This paper presents data from a range of laboratory tests on the development of a versatile CI product which has been specifically formulated using a unique backbone of chemistries to inhibit carbon steel corrosion in a broad range of sweet and sour operating environments.


Conor Pierce
Performic Acid for MIC Prevention in Treated Water Systems: Balancing Biocidal Efficacy Against Oxidizer Induced Corrosion

Presented By: Conor Pierce
Presentation Date & Time: March 27th at 8:35 a.m.
Located In: Room 205A-B

Performic acid (PFA) has been shown as an efficient biocide for water treatment applications due in part to its strong oxidation potential. While this trait makes PFA effective at controlling MIC, it also increases the risk of corrosion at the dosage location. This talk will present findings comparing the biocidal efficacy of formulated PFA against its impact on metal corrosion.