June 27, 2019


Description

Lubricity additives are widely used in the upstream oil and gas industry.  Mitigating high torque values while drilling, improving rates of penetration, reducing wear on equipment, and trouble free casing runs are some of the most common performance goals related to drilling across any deviated wellbore. 

This course take the student from the ground up i.e. offering a look at the industries most widely used lubricity products, the chemistries inherent to different lubricants, applications, pros/cons, and relative information on cost. 

 


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Min Wang
Speaker Min Wang
Min M. Wang is currently the Applications Manager for Oil & Gas and Water Technology for Croda Inc. She received her M.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of New Mexico and M.S. in Polymer Chemistry from Nanjing University. She worked previously as a researcher and is credited with numerous publications in the field …

Min M. Wang is currently the Applications Manager for Oil & Gas and Water Technology for Croda Inc. She received her M.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of New Mexico and M.S. in Polymer Chemistry from Nanjing University. She worked previously as a researcher and is credited with numerous publications in the field of nano-sponge and superconductors while at the Los Alamos National Laboratory and SUNY, Stony Brook.


She has since worked in the chemical industry for almost twenty years as a senior chemist and technical manager, a career that has yielded a number of patents and widely adopted new products. Her current focus is the customary application of polymeric surfactants in wax and asphaltene control as well as friction reduction in a range of industries.

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Organizer

Josh Harton


Date and Time

Thu, June 27, 2019

9 a.m. - noon
(GMT-0600) US/Central

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Location

Newpark Technology Center

21920 Merchants way
Katy, TX 77449
United States of America