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Advance Materials for Sustainable Offshore Energy

Wednesday, 8 May
Technical / Poster Session
This “Technical Session” on Advanced Materials for Sustainable Future Offshore Technologies is devoted to the development of new materials for a sustainable pathway, to reduce CO2 emissions, explore new energy conversion and storage methods, and enforce the adoption of 3D printing for metals as a direct manufacturing process, thus enabling a cost- and resource-efficient production. This session also covers developing liquid-state materials for realizing cybernetic subsystem components, including logic, locomotion, and sensing. Replacing conventional dense materials with lightweight alloys or composites with a higher strength-to-weight ratio and enhanced functional properties can reduce vehicle emissions. Additionally, utilizing advanced nanomaterials in lubricants/coolants will improve engine efficiency, thus reducing pollution and lowering fuel consumption. Developing composites with end-of-life products/industrial waste is a better methodology for reducing environmental pollution. Most importantly, utilizing green synthesis procedures for advanced materials development instead of conventional synthesis involving toxic chemicals is also a promising sustainable solution. Hence, developing lightweight materials, using green methods, utilizing waste materials, and applying advanced materials in suitable applications effectively will promote sustainability. Decades of experience drawn from the oil and gas industry and strategic partnerships between pioneers developing advanced materials will play a pivotal role in maturing disruptive technologies and solving challenges associated with sustainability and ESG. Our symposium encompasses papers that discuss and review topics related to advancements in materials for energy while focusing on innovations needed to support and sustain a much-needed energy transition for a better and greener world.
Ting Roy, PRESIDENT & CEO - Damorphe Inc.
  • 0930-0948 35041
    Multishell-Core Flexible Self-Healing Nonmetallic Electric Connector Concept and Evaluation
    P. Asthana, A. Bukhamseen, Saudi Aramco; M. Baltaeva, M. Orlov, Aramco Innovations
  • 0950-1008 35283
    Smart Nanocomposites to Enable Remote Inspection of Offshore Wind Energy Systems: A Mission to Reduce Human Exposure to Hazards
    T. Roy, K. BenNaceur, Damorphe Inc.; S. Meissner, Nabors Industries; J. Earthman, University of California, Irvine; A. Singh, D. Markel, Damorphe Inc.; R. Richter, Houston Metallurgical Lab Inc; H. Ardic, I. Roy, Damorphe Inc.
  • 1010-1028 35292
    Expanding the Boundaries on Material Selection for Additive Manufacturing (AM) Technologies: An Investigation of N08904 AM Manufactured Alloy Mechanical and Corrosion Properties as an Alternative to Ni-Based AM Manufactured Alloys
    A. Sanchez-Valverde, X. Yang, R. Signorelli, Outokumpu; A. Elsayed, IEHK–Steel Institute RWTH Aachen University
  • 1030-1048 35205
    Using Additive Manufacturing Technology as a Game Changer in Subsea Operations
    C.J. Silva, A.L. Santana, D.O. Souza, V.S. Lopes, F.J. Martins, Petrobras
  • 1050-1108 35446
    Experimental Assessment of the Effect of High CO2 Pressures on the Performance of Polymeric Layers of Flexible Pipes
    T.M. Farias, C.M. Becker, G.L. de Oliveira, L. Huppes Scherer, D. Azevedo, E. Marczynski, A. Kich, J. Gheller Jr, Instituto SENAI de Inovação em Engenharia de Polímeros; F. Wallauer, J. de Assis Clevelario, F. Bertoni, SIMEROS; S. Sousa, Petrogal Brasil; M. Ribeiro, Galp Energia; F.P. dos Santos, I.P. Baptista, Petrobras
  • 1110-1128 35279
    An All-in-One Internal and External Coating Material for Enhancing Water Conveyance Pipelines
    A. Mansfeld, M.A. Nakatsuka, I. Mons, M. Nieves Maldonado, A. Galvan, Oceanit Laboratories, Inc.; H. Elshahawi, NoviDigiTech
  • 1130-1148 35228
    Using Integrated Computational Materials Engineering for Oil and Gas Applications
    G. Whelan, QuesTek Innovations LLC

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