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September and October Meeting

The opening events of the 2017-2018 session kicked things off to a very good start with an average attendance of 50. Firstly, September was a joint event with TWI, and there was a very interesting presentation by Susan Jacob of CAN (Offshore) Ltd, entitled...

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CEOCOR 2018

The CEOCOR 2018 CONGRESS is being organised by the Institute of Corrosion, which is the British representative to CEOCOR, from May 15th until May 18th 2018, at Stratford on Avon. This is a great opportunity to present your most recent research and experiences on...

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ICATS (Steve Barke)

2017 has been another eventful year for ICATS with the launch of the new Supervisor Course, the update of the Req Doc and the introduction of the CSCS Partner Scheme Card. 2018 promises to be another busy year with several new innovations planned. Company...

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Corrosion Engineering Division (Nick Smart)

2018 Paul McIntyre Award We look forward to receiving nominations for the 2018 Paul McIntyre award, which is presented to a senior corrosion engineer, who, as well as being a leading practitioner in his field, has advanced European collaboration and...

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What counts as CPD?

It takes effort to carry all this out, so, when planning and recording your CPD, remember the acronym SWEAT! (Self-study, Work experience, Events and seminar, Academic study, Training courses).   Information on any of these activities can be recorded in mycareerpath®...

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Growing our Membership (Gareth Hinds)

Like all professional societies, ICorr needs to take regular stock of how well it is serving the needs of its members. At the same time, the Institute has ambitious plans for future growth, with a target of achieving 2000 members by 2020. With this in...

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Route to Chartership (David Mobbs)

The Institute of Corrosion has developed a programme to assist Engineers and Technicians obtain their Chartered Status.  The Society of Environmental Engineers (SEE) in an agreement with the Institute of Corrosion, has been licensed by the Engineering...

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November Meeting

The November meeting was held at the Rosen Facility in Gosforth, and Barry Turner gave a presentation entitled, “A review of ISO 21809-3 standard for field joint coating”. Barry has over 30 years’ experience in industrial coatings and plastics for the oil...

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Next YEP Programme

Following on from the successes of the previous YEPs, the next Young Engineer Programme will start in January 2018. Lectures will cover, basic corrosion, welding, materials, coatings, painting, fire protection and linings, cathodic protection, chemical...

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Young ICorr

On November 8th, Young ICorr hosted a joint young engineering networking event in collaboration with The Welding Institute and the London Materials Society, at the TimberYard in Soho, London. The evening brought together fifty young engineers,...

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The President Writes …

We have made great strides in continuing the work started by the previous Presidents in focusing on delivering value for our members.  The committee who worked on the support we are giving in the ‘Route to Chartership’ have delivered an excellent package,...

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Young Engineers Program (YEP) 2018

Young Engineers Program (YEP) 2018 Following on from the success of the 2012-13 and 2014-15 young engineers program the Institute of Corrosion will be starting the next event in this series in January 2018. There will be subjects related to Corrosion in Oil and Gas as...

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CEOCOR 2018

CEOCOR 2018 Congress 15th to 18th May 2018, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Stratford on Avon, organised by ICorr/CORREX Ltd. Sponsors and exhibitors are already booking, and confirmed sponsors include, National Grid (Platinum), Cathodic Protection Co. (Gold), Corrosion...

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Next programme to run in 2018

Following on from the successes of the 2012-13 and 2014-15 young engineers programme, the Institute of Corrosion will be running the next programme in 2018, starting in January. There will be lectures on the subjects related to Corrosion in Oil and Gas, including,...

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The President Writes – Sept / October Issue

Last month I had the pleasure of presenting the prestigious U.R. Evans award on behalf of the Institute of Corrosion.   The award this year was presented posthumously to Prof. Hugh Isaacs, a leading figure in the corrosion field and fellow of the Electrochemical...

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Fundamentals of Corrosion for Engineers

A new Fundamentals of Corrosion course is presented by the Institute of Corrosion.  The course will be based on practical information and hands-on examples as well as relevant background theory. Attendees on the course will be given a wide ranging introduction to all...

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Young Engineers Program (YEP)

Following on from the success of the 2012-13 and 2014-15 young engineers program the Institute of Corrosion will be starting the next event in this series in January 2018. There will be lectures on the subjects related to Corrosion in Oil and Gas as shown below. [1]...

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Aberdeen Branch News

The final evening event of 2017 was held on Tuesday the 30th May, with 50 attendees representing a wide range of sponsors and also many visiting guests.  The Branch was once again honoured to have the presence of ICorr President Sarah Vasey, who provided a welcome...

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The President Writes .. July/ August Issue

I had the pleasure of attending the North East Branch summer event in Durham recently, it was well attended by members old and new. We had a tour of the Castle followed by an excellent presentation from Professor Jon Gluyas entitled “Energy past, present and future”....

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North West Branch News

After a year’s hiatus the North West Branch held a lively Golf Day followed by the AGM. The meeting was well attended and the incoming Chairman is Andy Bradley of Omniflex, a manufacturer of specialist monitoring and control systems including cathodic protection power...

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North East Branch News

The Branch had their summer event at Hatfield College Durham on 6 July, including a very interesting tour of Durham Castle with a wee bit of a history lesson! Durham castle is the ancient palace of the Prince Bishops of Durham. It was built on the order of William the...

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Midland Branch News

The Midland Branch welcomed two new sustaining members, Mapei Ltd based in Halesowen, West Midlands, and Cathodic Protection Engineering based in Wythall, Birmingham. The last Midland Branch meeting took place on 27 June at Amey’s office in Birmingham. As well as...

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London Branch

The first meeting of the new season is a joint meeting with LMS on 12 October, and the evening has been handed over to the Young ICorr Group, who have organised a presentation by Simon Bowcock of BP on “Corrosion challenges and considerations for the design and...

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New Sustaining Member – HCL

HCL is a UK based family owned business providing cost effective, non-metallic and innovative solutions for the subsea, cathodic protection and anti-corrosion industries.   It is one of the world leaders in high strength non-metallic polymer banding technologies for...

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New Sustaining Member – Mapei UK Ltd

A family business with 80 years’ experience, Mapei is the one of the world’s leading manufacturers of adhesives, sealants and chemical products for the building industry, including products for the installation of cathodic protection, protective coatings,...

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Young Entrant Engineers

Wednesday 30th January 2011 saw the opening presentation in the Young Entrant Engineers programme. This is the culmination of the work done by a sub-committee of London Branch of ICorr headed by past Chairman David Mobbs ably assisted by Sara Vasey, Alan Denney,...

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The Young Engineer Programme

During 2012-2013 the Institute of Corrosion embarked upon a new initiative to address what has been perceived as a shortage of young or entrant engineers showing an interest in materials and corrosion. The initiative was developed by a group of ICorr members who...

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New Initiative for the Young Engineers

During 2012-2013, the Institute of Corrosion embarked on a new initiative to address a perceived shortage of young entrant engineers showing an interest in materials and corrosion. The initiative was developed by a group of senior ICorr members, who formulated a...

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David Deacon – 1936 – 2017

24 October 1936 – 31 March 2017 It is with great sadness that we announce the death of David Deacon on 31st March 2017. David was a stalwart of the Institute, supporting it virtually all of his long working life. In recognition of his service, he was elected an...

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London Branch March News

March was the Branch’s AGM, and reports were given by the outgoing chairman, Jim Gynn and the hon treasurer, Mike Allen.  The branch had completed a full and successful meetings programme at their new venue, Imperial College, where they have started to see an increase...

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Aberdeen Branch – March News

The third meeting of 2017 was held on Tuesday the 28th March, with 28 attendees representing major companies including Atkins, BP, CNR, DNV GL, Lloyds Register, Oceaneering, Subsea 7, TOTAL and Wood Group.  The event was an industrial visit to the premises of Cosasco...

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