There are two oil and gas conferences you might be particularly interested in this season, but even if you didn’t or won’t be able to attend, you can still access some of the materials that were presented.
The PEFTEC conference in Antwerp, Belgium is targeted toward those who work in the petroleum, refining and petrochemical industries. PEFTEC, which takes place Nov. 18-19 in Antwerp, Belgium, features a high-level conference program, over 80 technical seminars and an exhibition represented by over 250 instrument and service providers. We’ll be presenting our complete portfolio of routine and research instrument solutions from elemental analysers, chromatographs, and molecular spectrometers to data processing software and LIMS. Stop by Booth #6/7 to chat with our experts and discover ways to help solve your analysis challenges, including Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) analysis, continuous emission monitoring (CEM) for smokestack emissions and other chemical process gas applications.
We will also be hosting a breakfast seminar on Thursday 19 November, 9:00-10:00 titled “Breakthroughs in Petro-Chemical Analysis – pushing boundaries, solving challenges.” Register to hear the concise and informative mini-presentations that outline research and production line monitoring techniques. It will give you the information you need in helping to decide the next technology to invest in and which criteria to consider in ensuring you choose the right products and software for your business.
If you cannot make the PEFTEC conference, you can find additional information, including conference presentations, application notes, and poster information on this page.
Another important petrochem conference is the Gulf Coast Event that was held October 20-21, 2015. The show is aimed at the advancement of knowledge of chemical analysis technology for petrochemical, refining, and environmental fields. Many attendees came to our booth and saw presentations and demonstrations of how to incorporate chromatography, sample preparation, mass spectrometry, molecular spectroscopy, and consumables workflow solutions into their daily operations. We were pleased to see so many people interested in discovering which solutions are best for common analytes and matrices involved in petrochemical analysis. We hope our dynamic workshop that took attendees from theory to research and industrial gave them the hands-on experience they need to fully understand the latest in instrumentation, software and sample handling techniques.
If you didn’t attend Gulf Coast or can’t make PEFTEC and need help solving real world challenges in spectroscopy and material characterization or have a question about chromatography, mass spectrometry, and elemental analysis involved in petrochemical analysis, submit your question below and we will try to address it in future articles.