Session 3: Understanding the needs of the industry


Following a welcome adjournment for lunch courtesy of kind sponsors Union Engineering, delegates reconvened at the Louvre conference room for a full afternoon focused upon the needs of specific industrial gas-reliant sectors.

Chaired by session one speaker, Jaime Castaneda Heavey, Managing Director of INDURA – a leading company in gases and welding for industrial medicinal use in Chile – the final day one session looked set to explore the specific needs of various sectors, from oil to welding.

First speaker, and significant sponsor for this year’s event, INOX CVA was represented by popular personality, Savir Julka, Vice President of Marketing for the firm. Julka provided a succinct introduction to oil and gas with particular attention to the reservoir formation process. By contextualising this he then went on to elaborate about the valuable role that industrial gases – such as nitrogen and carbon dioxide – can play in the up-stream process.

Following on from Julka’s insight into the applicability of industrial gases, Linde’s Fabiano Madeira took to the floor in lieu of Luis de Carvalho. Madeira’s delivery concentrated upon the emerging reality that is remote operation. His discussion revealed the advantages of this new technology and also served to dispel many of the associated myths. In addition he also displayed example graphic remote reports as they would be seen on a typical monitor screen.

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