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Mercury is known as one the contaminant present in hydrocarbon oil and gas in the form of elementary, ionic, organic, etc. Release of this component will pollute environment and toxic to human being and creatures. Beside present of mercury in metal i.e. Aluminum will expose the metal to mercury embrittlement which potentially lead cracking. Thus, identifying, tracing, removing and management of mercury contaminated waste is important.

Johnson Matthey Catalyst (JMC), an active mercury removal catalyst supplier in Oil and Gas again will organise it 3rd JMC Mercury Technical Seminar following their successful seminar in 2005 and 2007. The brief report for 2nd JMC Mercury Technical Seminar can be read in "New Findings in 2nd Mercury Technical Seminar".

Those engineers in plant/operational, process design engineers, etc particularly those who involve in mercury rich fields are encouraged to attend this Technical Seminar. This is a technical oriented seminar (non-commercial) intended to share growing problem in mercury in hydrocarbon fluid, new findings & technologies in identifying and removing mercury and great experiences from technical experts.

The key aspects in this 3rd Seminar (subject to changes) include :-
  • The chemistry of mercury and the streams affected in oil and gas processing.
  • Detection and analysis.
  • Mercury removal technology, its application and case studies.
  • Safe handling of materials ("cradle to grave")
  • Research
Expected presentations (may change) are :
  • Understanding Interactions Of Hg On Materials (by M.Wilhelm)
  • Measuring Mercury, (by P.Spitz)
  • Mercury Removal Technology (Part 1) - From Gas Producing and Processing Plants (by JMC expert)
  • Mercury Removal Technology (Part 2) - From Refineries and Petrochemical Plants (by JMC expert)
  • Catalysts Handling (Dialog expert)
  • Cradle To Grave – The "One-Stop-Shop" Approach (by JMC expert)
  • Customer Experiences Of Mercury Removal Technology (TBC)
  • Application Testing & Update On New Technology Developments (by JMC expert)
This seminar will be held in MANDARIN ORIENTAL HOTEL, KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA, 30th APRIL 2009, 8.30am -5.00pm. It is free of charge and only invitee can participate in this seminar. If you are interested, please contact JMC local representative (Click here to find the contact information in your region). The seat may be limited. Please respond by/before Friday 27th March 2009.

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