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API summit january 2019

Becht Engineering will be attending the 2019 API Inspection Summit in Galveston, TX January 28-31st. Be sure to stop by the Becht booth #513 to learn more about all of our service offerings. Additionally, Becht will be presenting the following presentations:

  • ASME Post Construction Standards: Past, Present, & Future – Clay Rodery (C&S Technology LLC) & Chuck Becht IV
  • The Potential Roles of Permanently Installed NDT Sensors – John Nyholdt
  • Alkaline Carbonate SCC In a Two-Stage Sour Water Stripper Unit – A Case Study – Mike Schmidt (CHS) & Gerrit Buchheim
  • Union Oil Romeoville 1984 Amine Absorber Failure Revisited – Gerrit Buchheim
  • MPT – Where We Are Heading with API 934F and API 579 – Gerrit Buchheim
  • The Three Key Pieces of an Integrity Management System – Gerrit Buchheim & Steven Bolinger
  • The Value of Using Dimensional Technologies for Digitalization of the Physical Asset – Matthew Craig
  • API RP 932-B: Hydroprocessing Unit REAC Systems, 3rd Edition Update – Jim Edmondson
  • Damage Mechanisms in Old Mn-Mo Vessels – Sobhan Datta (BP) & David Moore
  • Mechanical Integrity Program Development for New Construction – Alyx Kahn (Marathon Petroleum) & Matt Caserta
  • Inspector/Technician Experience and the Need for Detailed Inspection Plans – Dana Baham
  • Seven Pillars of Mechanical Integrity – Steven Bolinger
  • Integrity Maps for a Refinery – Steven Bolinger
  • Incipient Hydrogren Damage in a 1Cr Reformer Reactor - Clay White
  • Lessons Learned in Piping Troubleshooting and Design - Chuck Becht V
  • Utilizing RBI to Evaluate Feed and Other Operational Changes - Clay White

The next month, February, Becht Engineering will be at the 2019 IPIEA Conference in Banff, Alberta. Becht will be in booth #55 there and will be presenting the following talks:

  • Lessons Learned in Piping Troubleshooting and Design – Chuck Becht V
  • ASME Section VIII 2019 Code Update – What Do You Do When the Code Doesn’t Have Applicable Rules? – Trevor Seipp

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