Fugitive Emissions Summit China 2018 Program

Conference program Fugitive Emissions Summit China 2018

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Wednesday, 19 September, 2018

Plenary Session* Chair: Henry YE, Chemours
9:00 Welcome Speech — Henry YE, Chemours
9:10 LDAR regulatory policy and common issues — Jian MIN, Ministry of Environmental Protection, China
9:40 The status quo and future trends of LDAR applications in China — Gangfeng ZHANG, Shanghai Academy of Environmental Science
10:10 Current fugitive emission standards for valves and packing&typical test results and valve failures for fugitive emission tests — Matthew J. Wasielewski, Yarmouth Research and Technology, LLC
10:30 Coffee Break
10:45 Open Panel: Global Perspective of Environmental Reliability

Bronson Pate, Dr. Ed Quick, tbd

11:30 Open Panel: FE Management from an operational perspective

Speaker & Moderator: Henry YE, Chemours — Best practices forimproving FE solutions

Panel: Dayong LI, Dow Chemical, William YU, TUV Rheinland, Foster Voelker, Beric Valves

12:15 Lunch break & Expo visit
Standard and Regulatory Updates
Moderator: Jun HU, Hefei General Machinery Research Institute
LDAR Practice

Moderator: Simon HO, Sage

1:30 New standards & editions changes for fugitive emissions compliance & valve requirements —

Paul Heald, Bonney Forge

LDAR auditing best management practices — Steve Probst, Sage
2:00 Challenges for EPC contractors to comply with fugitive emission standards
—Neeraj Batra, Chiyoda Corporations
Operational excellence, mechanical availability, and safety improvements via effective LDAR implementation, —

Steve Probst, Sage

2:30 Industrial valve fugitive emission standard application development and practice sharing —

Zhixin ZHANG, Metal Industries Research & Development Centre

tbd (LDAR Practice in European
markets)
3:00 Coffee break & Expo visit
3:30 Training: Drill & Tap, Proper Packing Installation on Low E Valve, Bolt & Joint Integrity

Trainer: Rodney Roth, Foster Voelker

Moderator: Bronson Pate

Thursday, 20 September, 2018

Plenary Session* Chair: Gobind Khiani, FLUOR Canada
9:00 Global emission standards — Gobind Khiani
9:20 LDAR verification & evaluation technique + case study — Tianjin Academy of Environmental Science, China
9:40 Research on valve sealing elements for the reduction of volatile organic compounds — YanchunGeng, National Engineering Research Center of Rubber and Plastic Sealing& Guangzhou Mechanical Engineering Research Institute Co., Ltd.
10:10 How sealing manufacturers can help end-users to comply with stricter emission standards — Ralf Vogel, Burgmann Packings Group GmbH
10:30 Coffee Break
New Technology
Moderator: Neeraj Batra, Chiyoda Corporations
Sealing Technology
Moderator: Dayong LI, Dow Chemical
10:45 Fugitive emissions detection gearbox: a new product to contain and detect fugitive emissions from valves —

David HU, Rotork

Seals design for metal to metal contact flange connections —

Lucia LIN, IDT SINYUAN Sealing Technology

11:15 How to achieve a“ trouble-free retirement” with PROFIBUS – Max Wagner, Indu-Sol GmbH Metal bellows as a sealing element for zero emissions — Ulrich Bock, Witzenmann
11:45 Acoustic monitoring environmentally friendly and economically fruitful — Bronson Pate, RSF & Foster Voelker, Beric Valves Advanced metal seal technologies for critical valves — Grégory Tocheport, Technetics Group
12:15 Lunch break & Expo visit
Testing
Moderator: William YU, TUV Rheinland
Low-E Valve Best Practice
Moderator: Morse XU, Honeywell
1:30 Fugitive emission testing and certification of valves: what we will have to do next? —

David Bayreuther, Metso

Consumption upgrading of fugitive emission valves — Anker HE, Neway
2:00 Fugitive emission testing of API valves —

Lin CHEN, Jiangsu Shentong Valve

Discussion of low emission valve design
upgrading — Leon CHEN, BERIC VALVE
2:30 Analysis of fugitive emissions standards and practice of testing and certification for Low-E Valves —

William YU, TUV Rheinland

Applying Fugitive Emission Standards to Keep Our Air Clean – A Valve Manufacturer’s Perspective — Stan Allen, Bray
3:00 Correlation between Leakage Rates of Methane and Helium in Fugitive Emission Test, and Uncertainty Evaluation of Methane Leakage Measurement, Chaohui GUO, Rock Valve Fugitive Emission Test Center Performance Testing to ASME B16.20
3:30 Coffee break & Expo visit
4:00 On-site demonstration of flange and gasket installation and fastening procedure.