Feb 26 2012
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NACE International to Endorse the 2nd Annual Pipeline Integrity Management Summit, Doha
NACE International is a professional organization for the corrosion control industry established in 1943. As of 2012, there are over 22,312 NACE members in over 100 countries. It is involved in every industry and area of corrosion prevention and control, from chemical processing and water systems to transportation and infrastructure protection.
This partnership ensures that the conference meets internationally accepted standards and attracts the most significant industry professionals.
Joining NACE International, the Pigging Products and Services Association - UK, and the American Society of Non-Destructive Testing, Saudi Arabia Section will also be lending their support towards the event.
The conference will be followed by a comprehensive workshop through which participants will be able to learn about emergency response systems, pipeline construction and maintenance, pipeline corrosion and cracking and pipeline assessment and repair methods.
With a rich 7-year history of producing high quality, industry specific business events around the world, Fleming Gulf Conferences is one of the leading names in business intelligence. Our dynamic team of conference professionals has been responsible for bringing together the decision makers, movers & shakers and the leading solution providers from around the world where they have debated, discussed and delivered key strategies that have shaped business today. Our B2B conferences are highly interactive events with a limited number of delegates from specialized industry sectors including Finance, Energy, Shipping, Logistics, Utilities, Real Estate, Construction and more.
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Event Web-page: http://www.fleminggulf.com/oil-and-gas/middle-east/2nd-annual-pipeline-integrity-management-summit
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