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ONGOING AND PREVIOUS JOINT INDUSTRY PROGRAMS


New SSC Limits for Sour Service & Deep Water Offshore Applications
(Work in Progress - Open for Participation)
With the development of new, deeper water offshore locations, and the increasing H2S levels of both newer and older reservoirs, special considerations have arisen for material selection relative to sulfide stress cracking (SSC). Many of these completions are operating in water depths that subject materials to combinations of low temperatures down to 5 C and dynamic loading. InterCorr has identified specific focused studies on topics related to SSC. Each topic will be funded by multiclient support and each will have a fixed scope of work and deliverables which can be completed within a one-year project period.

Minimizing Amine Unit Corrosion
(Work in Progress - Open for Participation)

InterCorr International, Inc. in association with
Flint Hill Responses, L.P. have initiated a joint industry sponsored technical investigation on "Prediction and Assessment of Corrosion in Amine Systems". This program addresses important technical needs of the petroleum refining and gas processing industries which substantially impact process unit safety and reliability issues.

Sour Water Corrosion (Ammonia-Dominated Systems) - Phase II
(Work in Progress - Open for Participation)

InterCorr International, Inc. (Houston, Texas) in association with Shell Global Solutions has initiated this follow-on Phase II program focusing on " This effort is in the organizational stages and a second sponsors meeting is being planned leading to a program kick off in early 2001.

Predictionand Assessment of Ammonium Bisulfide Corrosion
Under Refinery Sour Water Service Conditions - Phase I

(Program Complete; Data and Predict-SW™ software available for licensing)

This proposal has been developed in association with Equilon Enterprises, L.L.C. to address important technical needs of the petroleum refining industry which substantially impact process unit safety and reliability issues.

Monitoring of Deep Water Pipelines
(Phase I nearing completion; ready for Phase II in 2005)

Development, design, prototype testing and sea-trial of a dee water monitoring platform for combined corrosion and flow assurance monitoring

Predicting Crude Oil Corrosivity: Effects Of Velocity, Interactions Of Crude Oil Composition, Temperature And Alloying.
(Program Complete: Consulting and testing services available; data available for licensing)

Defining the critical variables in crude corrosivity resulting from sulfur compounds, naphthenic acids, and temperature and velocity and to develop guidelines for resistance to corrosion under such refinery conditions.

Guidelines for Coiled Tubing in Corrosive Workover and Production Environments
(Program Complete: Consulting and testing services available; data available for licensing)
-Engineering data on weight loss corrosion for longer term applications.
-Identification of synergistic effects of specific corrosive conditions on cumulative damage.
- Expansion of InterCorr survey of coiled tubing performance (successful and non-successful) initiated during the Phase I program.

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