Flow assurance experts gathering at Oil & Gas IQ's Flow Assurance Forum
Flow Assurance 2012 has been designed to enlighten, inform and promote open discussion for experts working in this area. With top-level operators and research professionals presenting intriguing case studies, this conference offers you the chance to gain in-depth knowledge of real world, flow assurance strategies.
- (1888PressRelease) December 10, 2011 - Oil and Gas IQ are pleased to announce the dates for the Flow Assurance Forum 2012; this year's event will take place on the 24th & 25th January in Aberdeen.
Since flow assurance is unquestionably one of the most important areas within the oil and gas sector, it is essential that you understand the latest, proven strategies in order to ensure your organisation can guarantee hydrocarbons flow as they are meant to. It is a complex challenge, combining a host of skills and experience in order to facilitate the smooth flow of your ultimate asset, but through a process of sharing and open discussion, the industry has become proficient in understanding the simulations and dynamics involved.
Well established conferences, such as the IQPC Flow Assurance series, have always played a key role in helping further the understanding in the sector. Bringing together leading experts from the sector, hundreds of flow experts have offered their thoughts, views and solutions to their peers in this annual open forum.
In conjunction with the event, Oil & Gas IQ has created a free online resource centre, hosting a range of industry podcasts, interviews and presentations by experts on different aspects of Flow Assurance. The Download Centre is available to anyone in the industry and is completely free of charge. To listen to the podcasts visit the Download Centre on the Flow Assurance Forum website www.flowassurance.org/PR. The three guest speakers, plus a number of other flow assurance experts, will gather in Aberdeen for the Flow Assurance Forum 24-25 January 2012.
For more information on the Flow Assurance Forum or to access the free learning resources visit www.flowassurance.org/PR.