Be a Part of the Fugitive Emissions Conference!

The 2022 Fugitive Emissions Summit Americas Steering Committee invites industry experts to share their knowledge on a wide variety of topics related to fugitive emissions regulation and control.  The high quality conference has an emphasis on practical, applicable knowledge sharing with the subject matter experts and key opinion leaders from the emissions community. Not only will you gain knowledge and improve your skills, you will also expand your professional network for years to come. Do not miss your chance to partake in this dynamic and informative conference!

The 2022 Fugitive Emissions Summit Americas will take place at: Lyondellbasell Center for Petrochemical Energy & Technology, Pasadena, Texas

September 29th – 30th

How to Submit an Abstract:

Experts from all aspects of the detection, regulation, and control of fugitive emissions are invited to submit an abstract to present on the hottest topics impacting the world today.

If you would like to present a paper or presentation during the conference, you must submit a 300-500 word abstract outlining the material you would like to cover to Sarah Bradley (s.bradley@kciworld.com) to be reviewed by the Chairman and Steering Committee.

 

When submitting an abstract remember to:

  • Include your name
  • Include your job function/title & company name
  • Include full contact information & email address
  • Include title of the paper
  • Indicate a general topic/theme that you believe would best relate to your presentation

 

The following selection criteria will apply:

  • Quality of the content
  • Focus on technical/non-commercial content
  • Informative to a wide audience
  • Relevance to conference subject matter

Potential Presentation Topics

There will be a strong emphasis on leak detection and repair, emission control & testing technologies, and safety as they pertain to current regulations, at the event. Some potential topics to present on can include:

  • Regulatory Updates
  • Monitoring & Testing
  • Valves and Flanges
  • Leak Detection and Control
  • Emission Control
  • Consent Decrees
  • Air Permitting
  • Best Practises
  • Tanks
  • New Technologies

 

For questions pertaining to the conference or to submit your abstract email Sarah Bradley at:  s.bradley@kci-world.com

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Sara Mathov is a feature editor contributing to Valve World Americas, Stainless steel World Americas and other related print & online media.