American Welding Society will host a cponference featuring a panel of welding industry experts will address the latest developments in welding technology from the expanding energy markets February 5-6, 2014 in New Orleans.
The demand for new and improved welding technology from the expanding energy markets are starting to pay off in the development of superior hybrid welding processes, new filler metals, and hosts of cladding procedures. The technologies are showing up in nuclear power plants, in coal-fired utilities, and especially in the new 1,700 mile long pipelines designed to bring oil and natural gas to American markets.
The Energy Conference will feature leading welding experts who will address the most critical trends, applications and processes that have emerged from the industry landscape. The conference also provides several opportunities for attendees to network with speakers and other participants.
Conference topics include:
- Building Modern Ships: Energy Considerations
- Welding in the Energy Construction Field: GMAW-STT Welding, Orbital Welding, and Narrow Groove Welding
- Laser Welding and Cladding Applications
- The Use of AWS Rules for Nuclear Fabrication
Early bird conference registration is available through January 31, 2014 and is $575 for AWS members, $705 for nonmembers. Registration includes all conference sessions, two continental breakfasts, two lunches, and refreshment breaks. Attendees will also receive a CD containing copies of all presentations, an attendee roster for networking and follow-up, and discounts on all AWS publications. Nonmembers also receive a two-year complimentary AWS membership with registration.