These are official podcast series from NACE International, The Worldwide Corrosion Authority.
Corrosion Control in the Oil and Gas Industry
Bob Franco, president and owner of Franco Corrosion Consulting, LLC, joins the MP Interview Series to discuss corrosion control in the oil and gas industry, as well as his new book on the topic. His book, Corrosion Control in Petroleum Production, Third Edition, which he co-authored with Tim Bieri and is being published by NACE, has been extensively updated to include the latest information on corrosion control in the industry. Franco describes the book as his “legacy document,” and it will be available later this month.
Implications of the Aging Workforce in Europe
Sarah Copsey of EU-OSHA joins us to discuss the implications of COVID-19 and an aging workforce on the construction industry and beyond. In this episode, Copsey explains how making even small changes in your coatings company can have a huge impact on your business and workforce.
New OSHA Updates for Coatings Contractors
Our latest episode welcomes Jack Fearing, CPEA and managing partner of Fearing International Group, LLC, to the CoatingsPro Interview Series. Topics include the new beryllium rule and revised silica standards from the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA); recent regulatory changes in 2020 due to COVID-19; and available compliance resources for coatings contractors.
Why Microbial Control Is Becoming More Important in 2020
Ken Wunch, energy technology advisor at DuPont Microbial Control, joins the MP Interview Series to discuss growing concerns in 2020 related to microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC). Topics on the new podcast include why microbial corrosion is a critical issue for the energy industry; new concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic and lower oil prices; and emerging technologies that could offer solutions.
How Pipeline Operators Can Integrate Best Anticorrosion Practices
Corrosion-related pipeline failure was the catalyst for the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) to publish one of the most comprehensive set of rules ever published by a regulatory agency. Not all stakeholders and decision-makers engaged in corrosion-related issues have a fundamentally sound understanding of threats to pipeline integrity.
In today's episode, three experts in corrosion-related pipeline failure from Corrpro—Ajay Arakere, Marlane Rodriguez, and Dirk L. van Oostendorp—discuss various threats to pipeline integrity. Additionally, they explore the most important aspects of corrosion management, along with the ways pipeline operators can integrate best practices into existing operations, and how integrity programs meet compliance requirements.
Raising the Bar in Construction: Part 2
To cover developing challenges and opportunities in today’s construction industry, and, more specifically, the finishing trades, IUPAT’s International Finishing Trades Institute (IFTI) Director Anton Ruesing joins us for the second and final episode of this exclusive series. He and the larger IUPAT organization are actively working on several strategies to raise the bar in the industry. (Part 1 of this series is available here.)
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Keep them coming.
Its finally here!
glad you all have started this up.
Interesting and informative!
Very interesting and informative coverage of the corrosion and water treatment industry. Looking forward to more episodes!