In Oil and Gas plant facilities, protective coating system selection is important. Thermal Sprayed Aluminum and Inorganic Zinc Primer with Inert Multi-Polymeric Matrix are optimum protective coating system in severe conditions.
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Corrosion behavior of native naphthenic acids in two VGO fractions are compared with white oil solutions of the acids isolated from them by solid phase extraction (SPE). Tests are per the in-house “pretreatment-challenge” protocol on carbon steel and 5Cr steel samples.
Degradation mechanisms experienced by a refinery’s RFCC catalyst cooler aeration piping system. Analysis of the most recent and a past failure determined the metallurgical and mechanical degradation mechanism(s) that led to these failures.
Very different corrosion behavior was observed between adjacent welds. This paper describes the investigation to identify the corrosion mechanism, trying to understand the influence of filler metal composition and welding parameters.
A sour gas plant was experiencing high corrosion and fouling in aggressive conditions (170 to 195°F, 170 psi pH2S, 280 psi pCO2) including the presence of elemental sulfur (0.1 wt%). The current chemical program appeared to be ineffective.
This standard is now undergoing a critical review to determine how it should change to meet the future needs of the Oil & Gas Industry better. Where are we headed with NACE MR0175/ISO 15156? The results of our collective initial efforts are presented.
In this paper, case studies related to DSS cracking are presented specific to the refining industry. Two cases of chloride stress corrosion cracking (Cl-SCC) of 2205 DSS tubing are presented.
This article presents findings on type II high temperature (650-800ºC) corrosion in Residue Fluid Catalytic cracking (RFCC) regenerator service (alloy SS304H) and examines the possible strategies for alloy upgrade in RFCC service.
This paper will discuss the design, application, and benefits of utilizing an integrated approach to develop programs to both protect the steam system and avoid negative impact to the refinery process. Several short case studies are included.
For integrity engineers/managers, students, etc. Asset corrosion management discipline & its applications. Process. Products. Shortcomings. Cost savings. Real-case scenarios of oil and gas assets. 2016 NACE
For integrity engineers/managers, students, etc. Asset corrosion management discipline & its applications. Process. Products. Shortcomings. Cost savings. Real-case scenarios of oil and gas assets. 2016 NACE E-BOOK
Material requirements for resistance to sulfide stress cracking (SSC) in sour refinery process environments (i.e., environments that contain wet hydrogen sulfide [H2S]). AKA "wet H2S cracking".