Advances in Materials for Oil and Gas Production (Session II)

Tuesday, March 15, 2011: 7:55 AM-1:50 PM
Room 352 E (George R. Brown Convention Center)
Philip Dent
Vice Chair:
Richard T. Hill
8:50 AM
Environmental Cracking Performance of Super Martensitic Stainless Steels 13Cr in High Chloride Reservoir Fluids Containing H2S/CO2
Roberto Morana*1, Eugenio Lo Piccolo1, Lucrezia Scoppio2, and Perry Ian Nice3
(1)Centro Sviluppo Materiali; (2)Pipe Team srl; (3)Statoil ASA
9:15 AM
9:30 AM
Development of High-Strength Ni Alloy OCTG Material for Sour Environment
Masayuki Sagara*, Youhei Otome, Hisashi Amaya, Shigemitsu Kimura, Masaaki Igarashi, and Masakatsu Ueda
Sumitomo Metal Industries, LTD
9:55 AM
Environmentally Assisted Cracking Testing of High Strength 15Cr Steel in Sour Well Environments
John Meng*1, Brian Chambers1, Russell D. Kane2, Jim Skogsberg3, Mitsuo Kimura4, and Ken Shimamoto4
(1)Honeywell Corrosion Solutions; (2)iCorrosion LLC; (3)Consultant; (4)JFE Steel Corporation
10:20 AM
Further Analysis on M13Cr-110 NACE TM0177 Method A Test Acceptability Prediction
Eric Caldwell*, Grant Gibson, and Lee C. Jordan
Gibson Applied Technology & Engineering, LLC
11:10 AM
1:00 PM
Material Selection Assessment for Topside Process Equipment for Production Fluids with High CO2 Content
Felipe A. Ramirez*1, Richard T. Hill2, Brian Monty3, and Gunasekaran Palanivel3
(1)UniversalPegasus International; (2)Microalloying International, Inc; (3)MODEC International, Inc
1:25 PM
Difficulties in the Use of NACE MR0175/ISO 15156
Jeff Vatne*1 and Regina F. Verdolin2
(1)WorleyParsons Canada; (2)Bantrel
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