The NPRA Q&A and Technology Forum is an industry meeting where delegates share operating and technical challenges in hope of solving them. This meeting’s effectiveness depends on delegate questions and the NPRA needs to receive all submissions by 24th May 2010.
How to submit
By using the Q&A session Call for Questions form on the NPRA website, you can influence the conference agenda and make the program more relevant and more valuable. Questions on refining and petrochemical technologies can be submitted under the following key categories:
- Catalytic reforming
- Delayed coking/heavy oil
- Amine treating
- Sulfur plants
- Plant utilities
- Corrosion control
- Crude/vacuum distillation
Questions under other topics such as Benchmarking, Safety, Novel Technologies and Biofuels may also be submitted.
Information on the developing program and the training that will be available during the conference will be posted on the NPRA website as it becomes available. www.npra.org.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/gas-processing/11052010/npra_q_and_a/