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PEFTEC 2022 - Seminars

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Day 1 - 8th June 2022
Room One Seminar Presenter Company
10:45-11:15 Reduce Methane emissions, including specified example projects Mahjoub Mahlia TP Europe
11:30-12:00 Refinery Fenceline Open Path Monitoring AB1647, Lessons Learned Gilad Shpitzer Atmosfir
12:30-1:00 New sensor platform brings TDLS principle to various portable CH4 applications Martin Endras Axetris AG
1:30-2:00 A Simple, Comprehensive and Reliable Method for the analysis of Saturate, Aromatic, Polyaromatic, and FAME content in Conventional, Renewable, and Synthetic Diesel Fuels using GC-VUV Dan Wispinski VUV Analytics
2:30-3:00 Analysis of LPG and other liquefied gases Tom Gallant ECH Elektrochemie Halle
3:30-4:00 Methane Guiding Principles Flaring Toolkit A new Resource for helping oil and gas operators reduce methane emissions from flaring Peter Evans BP
4:30-5:00 Integrated Measurement & Mitigation of Methane Flaring & Emissions Greg Coleman Future Energy Partners
Day 2 - 9th June 2022
10:00-10:30 Innovative Open-path Tunable Laser analyzer for Monitoring Hydrogen Sulfide Gas and Methane at the Fence Line Pawel Kluczynski Airoptic
10:45-11:15 Emission management software “Atlas” (Including methane measurment methode) Stany Smets TP Europe
11:30-12:00 Critical Monitoring of Chlorine Cees Oudijn XOS
12:30-1:00 Metering and emission analysis of flare and vent metering systems using Computational Fluid Dynamics Lefki Germanou TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory
1:30-2:00 Measurements of Methane Emissions in the German Gas Distribution Grid Charlotte Groe DBI Gas- und Umwelttechnik
2:30-3:00 GASTRAQ: precise top-down quantification of methane emissions, exhaust efficiency measurements and leak detection using drones Jamie McQuilkin ReSource International
Day 1 - 8th June 2022
Room Two Seminar Presenter Company
10:00-10:30 Pre-assembled System GC solutions for fast and reliable analysis Omar Mayorga Shimadzu
11:00-11:30 Biodiesel Sulfur Test Method Comparison, Renewable Diesel vs. Biodiesel, and the Importance of Oxygen Correction for XRF Leslie McHenry XOS
12:00-12:30 2D GCMS Analysis of Chemical Contaminates in Bunker Marine Fuel Oil James D. McCurry Agilent Technologies
1:00-1:30 Fast and reliable methane quantification Aeromons hyperlocal and mobile real-time emission monitoring and analysis applications Matti Irjala Aeromon Oy
2:00-2:30 Challenges and solutions for trace sulfur analysis Franz Kramp Shimadzu
3:00-3:30 Monitoring Water Droplet Size and Concentration for Optimum Desalter Performance through the use of Dynamic Imaging Technology Colin Dalton JM Canty Intternational
4:00-4:30 Sensitive methane leak quantification using an active imaging approach Max Bergau Endress + Hauser
Day 2 - 9th June 2022
10:00-10:30 Analysis of hydrocarbons with complementary spectroscopic methods Johannes Hesper Shimadzu
11:00-11:30 Sensitive measurements of sulfur components in natural gas and diesel fuel Franz Kramp Shimadzu
12:00-12:30 Noctua, compact single site Methane emission monitoring from space Wencke van der Meulen Airbus Netherlands
1:00-1:30 (Online) Analysis of ppm/ppb/ppt sulphur components in hydrogen Laurens Looman SCION Instruments
2:00-2:30 Optical Gas Imaging for Continuous Monitoring of Methane Emissions Francisco Corts SENSIA Solutions