Pipeline Coating 2020
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AMI have organised events in the ?energy industry for the past 12 years and have built a strength and reputation for the delivery of these events. Pipeline Coating, Vienna, Austria is at the forefront of the Energy & Infrastructure Business Unit and is now in its 12th year. From this success, AMI have added additional events to the portfolio including Pipeline Coating in Houston, Field Joint Coating in London and Oil & Gas Engineering in London, Asia and Houston. Using internal market research, AMI is in the prime position to offer attendees a forum to network and discuss the industry challenges, developments and opportunities.
“Great for networking and meeting colleagues old and new. Great to get a feel for the pulse of the industry” Offshore Coatings Specialist, DOW CHEMICAL.
NEW FOR 2020
- The AMI team will work with an Advisory board to provide a current and topical programme.
- New, improved and extended networking opportunities.
Pipeline Coating is focused on polymeric coatings and their protection for steel pipelines for the ?energy industries, including oil and gas, water and other energy sources.
With the oil price stabilising, new exploration and production of O&G, the increase in popularity of shale and LNG and the requirement for improved pipe infrastructure, this event provides delegates the chance to participate in two days of conference presentations with numerous networking opportunities.
With AMI expertise and the assistance of an industry Advisory Board, the event features a two-day technical programme that will explore market trends, raw materials, coating technology & process, inspection & testing, product & material innovations and research. The challenges and solutions discussed will benefit all attendees; whether they are in pipe production, factory or field-applied coatings, pipe maintenance due to corrosion, rehabilitation and repair, testing and safety as well as learning through case studies.
The event attracts representatives from across the supply chain from pipe mills to pipe owners and operators including contractors, raw material suppliers, pipe coaters, engineers and specifiers, machinery suppliers, researchers and testing and certification organisations.