Valve World Americas: Second afternoon workshops

The second morning of Valve World Americas Conference & Exhibition on July 16th will host a series of three hot-topic workshops that will be held concurrently from 2:00pm to 4:00pm. The hardest part of attending the conference will be choosing which workshop to go to on the second day!
Each informative workshop will focus on a different topic relevant to the valve industry and will have a moderator as well as a panel made up of the who’s who of manufacturers, end-users and EPCs.
The three workshops and their moderators and panels are as follows:

Comprehensive Approaches on Materials Selection
: Moderator
Ron Merrick from Fluor; Panelists – Amy Casner from ExxonMobil; Max Casada from Phillips 66; Brandon Bounds from Bechtel; Rudy Seiler from Newdell; Stan Allen from Bray International; Surojit Mukherjee from International Paint; and David Bayreuther from Metso.

Channelling your Valves to the End-users/EPCs
: Moderators – Gobind Khiani from Fluor Canada and Bill Sandler from VMA; Panelists – John Carte from MRC Global; John Faulkinberry from Emerson; and representatives from Pentair and Metso who will be announced in the upcoming weeks.

Severe Service Applications:
Moderator – John Gill From Bayer; Panelists – Jerry Foley from PBM; Ross Waters from CG Industrial Specialities Ltd.; and Kyle Rayhill from Metso.
For more information about these workshops and the rest of the advance conference program please visit: http://www.valve-world-americas.com/pdf/VWAM2015_acp.pdf?v=20150201 .

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