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ISA call for LDAR presenters

By Chemical Engineering |

The Program Committee of the International Society of Automation’s (ISA) 15th Annual Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) Fugitive Emissions Symposium has issued a Call for Presenters, inviting professionals in the air-compliance field to submit abstracts for presentation consideration at the conference. The symposium will be held May 19–21 at the Astor Crowne Plaza hotel in New Orleans, La.

Presenters are sought who can deliver addresses (or write technical papers) pertaining to the following subject areas: long-term sealability; lowering and preventing leaks; environmental/LDAR compliance; LDAR design and validation; consent decree updates; low leak technologies; implementing LDAR programs at plants and refineries; LDAR compliance; batch programs; reducing air emissions; emission performance; and LDAR regulations.

New program topics are also available. Abstracts should be submitted to techconf@isa.org by January 15. Abstracts should be 300 words or less and describe what the presentation (non-commercial) will cover.

For more details and information on the conference, visit the website at www.isa.org/events-conferences/isa-15th-ldar-2015/.

International Society of Automation
www.isa.org

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