In its sixth year, the AMI Oil & Gas Non-Metallics conference has developed into a leading international networking forum for suppliers and professionals in the field of polymer-based materials for the Oil and Gas industry.
The event at Hilton London Bankside hotel on 26-27 October 2021 includes many expert sessions focusing on the use of composite materials. Hydrogen covers advances in oilfield engineering materials such as polymer composites, thermoset resins, thermoplastics, and elastomers. Another focus of this year's conference is energy transition, digitalization, controlling cost, and risk-minimization during the development, qualification, and application of new non-metallic materials and components. Learn more about the event here.
Join the experts at our workshop
Element's experts will be hosting a workshop on the effects of supercritical CO2 on Polymers on 25 October. Our material testing experts from Element Hitchin will also be ready to consult on your upcoming projects and testing requirements. We offer innovative testing solutions for non-metallic materials, sour service, HPHT, and expertise on the effects of hydrogen and CO2 on polymers.
Element Polymer Workshop Schedule – 25 October 2021
October 25, 2021
1.30 pm - Open
1.40 pm - Welcome
1.50 pm - Utilising time for understanding the mechanical properties of thermoplastic and composite materials in the quest for clean energy – Amir Hajdaei, Senior Composite Engineer
2.20 pm - Open discussion questions and workshop
2.40 pm - Break – an opportunity to speak with our experts – to book a slot for 1:1 technical discussions, fill out the contact form below.
2.50 pm - Performance Properties of Non-Metallics in New Energy Environments: Hydrogen, Supercritical CO2, CCUS – Glyn Morgan, Technical Manager - Energy
3.20 pm - Open discussion questions and workshop
3.40 pm - Break – an opportunity to speak with our experts – to book a slot for 1:1 technical discussions, fill out the contact form below.
4.00 pm - An improved understanding of polymer fluid interactions at a fundamental level and how to utilize this for future industry demands: CCUS, H2, and Supercritical CO2 – Dr. Barry Thomson, Consultant Technology Specialist - Energy
4.30 pm - Open discussion questions and workshop
4.50 pm - Break – an opportunity to speak with our experts – to book a slot for 1:1 technical discussions, fill out the contact form below.
5.10 pm - Element Digital Engineering for the energy transition – Jon Douglas, Business Development Director, Modelling and Simulation
5.25 pm - Close – Matt Hopkinson, Executive Vice President, EMEAA
Book a meeting
Schedule a meeting with one of our experts to learn more about how we can help you develop better products, save time and money, and minimize potential risk to your business.