London Branch Joint Meeting with LSM

Institute of Corrosion

London Branch / Young ICorr

Joint Meeting with LMS

12th October 2017

Corrosion Challenges and Considerations for the Design and Installation of 316 Stainless Steel- Clad Subsea Flowlines

Simon Bowcock, CEng, Meng – BP Sunbury


Simon is a Chartered Materials Engineer who graduated from Oxford University in 2010 and has worked across BP’s global operations in Angola, Azerbaijan, Alaska, Houston and the North Sea.


He initially joined BP’s North Sea Integrity Management team which was responsible for 8 North Sea operating assets, before moving on to work in BP’s Global Projects Organisation on the Quad 204 project as a Materials and Corrosion Engineer.


Simon’s is now back with the Global Operations Organisation as the Lead Corrosion Engineer for a Deepwater FPSO located in Angola. He is responsible for identifying the corrosion threats to the asset and ensuring that the associated barriers and assurance activities are carried out in accordance with the corrosion management strategy.


Venue:         Imperial College, Skempton Building, London SW7 2BB

18.00  Doors Open – Networking

18:30  Presentation by Simon Bowcock

21.00  Close


The Young ICorr Group will be holding a social hour with refreshments from 19.30 onwards


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