Fugitive Emissions Summit Americas Steering Committee Held a Successful Meeting

The Fugitive Emissions Americas Summit steering committee held a successful meeting last month, to bring together subject matter experts to determine the content to be developed and presented at the upcoming conference. The committee, made up of several key players in the emissions market, including representatives from our valued sponsors Bray, Emerson, MRC Global, Teadit and Zwick, came together, headed by Chairman Tim Goedeker, Sr. Principal Environmental Consultant at Refining HSE, Phillips 66 and Vice-Chairman Bronson Pate Client Relationship Manager at TRICORD Consulting to review a wide variety of abstracts submitted about fugitive emissions and discuss ways to create a compelling conference program this year.

The committee carefully selected only the most dynamic topics based on their relevance and importance to the industry of emission reduction. A few topics include ‘Environmental, Social and Governance,’ Monitoring and Testing, Emission Control & Prevention and a multitude of new technologies.

The steering committee had the opportunity to tour the San Jacinto LyondellBasell Center for Petrochemical, Energy & Technology which includes state-of-the-art facilities such as a Valve Test Lab, Process Equipment Lab, Analyzer Lab, a Glycol Unit and more.

2022’s Fugitive Emissions Summit Americas promises to be an impactful, informative event that will bring together a community of end users, EPCs, distributors, manufacturers, and suppliers dedicated to improving workplace practices, leak detection & repair and fugitive emissions in the ever-changing world of industrial emissions reduction.

“Because we typically don’t have enough time in our day to network and talk face-to-face, conferences like this Summit are a must,” said Chairman Goedeker. “It’s the ideal way to forge new ideas and partnerships and foster innovation.”

We look forward to seeing you on September 28th & 29th in Pasadena, Texas!

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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.