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Presentation - How changing fuel types can affect the materials structure of the gas network

Presentation - How changing fuel types can affect the materials structure of the gas network

Richard Birley, Group Leader - Material Development, at the Materials Processing Institute, will be presenting on the effects of fuel switching on the materials structure of the gas network at the upcoming NEPIC Asset Management Conference.

This conference which takes place at Hardwick Hall Hotel, Sedgefield on Tuesday 20th February focusses on best practice in productivity, efficiency and energy savings and brings together industrialists, sector specialists and technology experts to explore the critical role of asset management in driving energy savings, productivity, and efficiency.

The main topics that this conference will consider include:

• Energy Savings – Looking at strategies and technologies to optimise assets for reduced energy consumption, leading to reduced operational costs and environmental impact

• Productivity Enhancement – Looking at how to harness the power of data, automation, and predictive maintenance to maximise the efficiency and productivity of assets, ensuring that operations remain competitive

• Efficiency Excellence – Providing an insight into best practices for asset management that streamline processes, minimise downtime, and boost overall operational efficiency

The conference also provides an opportunity to network with industry peers, gain actionable insights, and stay up to date with the cutting edge of asset management.

Along with the Materials Processing Institute, other organisations who will be presenting include:

• Thorne & Derrick

• Falck

• TUV Rhineland

• Frazer-Nash Consultancy

• Tracerco


• Addison Project

• TheStrategySmith

• Bennu Consulting

To find out more and register click here -

Date: Tuesday 20th February 2024

Venue: Hardwick Hall Hotel, Sedgefield, TS21 2EH

Time: 8:00am - 4:00pm

15 February 2024