The corrosion control industry has a large part to play in developing sustainable solutions for the energy sector to achieve net zero emissions. We can design systems and procedures that provide corrosion control for the life of the asset, but too often cost becomes the driver in reducing performance from concept to construction. This event will present, debate and challenge current engineering solutions to meet the new challenges facing the industry, including how we can continue providing energy, what can be re-purposed, and the effects on sustainable corrosion control solutions. This will also allow participants to understand the value chain, from concept to end use, and the challenges of various players in the energy sector.
With presentations from industry leaders the conference will be an informative event with the opportunity to network. We will host a Gala Dinner in the library of historic 19th century Neville Hall. Upon arrival guests will be greeted with a prosecco reception, followed by a three course dinner in the evening of the first day.
The North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers (NEIMME) will host the event in Neville Hall on Westgate Road in the heart of Newcastle city centre. It’s ideally located with easy access by train and car, and within walking distance of a number of high standing hotels.
The Conference Brochure is given below and is available to download.
Registration fees (includes Dinner and Fieldtrips):
ICorr & NEIMME Members: £50 (+£4.88 Eventbrite Fee)
Non-Members: £75 (+£6.96 Eventbrite Fee)
Online Only (No Dinner/Fieldtrips): £50 (+£4.88 Eventbrite Fee)
We are extremely grateful to our sponsors. If you would like to express an interest in sponsoring this event please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gold Sponsors: Carboline and AkzoNobel
Bronze Sponsor: Safinah
Day 1: Conference Talks and Dinner
Day 2: Fieldtrips (limited to 40 people)
Ore Catapult – The largest wind turbine research and test centre in the world today, which this year celebrates its 10th anniversary.
Bates Colliery – Where they have the capability to generate 5MW of energy from the mine water.
|The North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers
The North of England Institute is based in Newcastle and is the Royal Chartered membership organisation for engineering, science and technology in the North. This conference forms part of our remit to provide contemporary science to a public audience, as well as supporting academia and industry in the North. To find out more about our work and to support us though membership please see: www.mininginstitute.org.uk/membership
The Institute of Corrosion
The Institute of Corrosion is a Registered Charity, run by professionals and volunteers from Industry and Academia, that has been serving the corrosion science, technology and engineering community since 1959 in the fight against corrosion, which costs the UK around 4% of GNP per annum.