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FAME in Jet Measurement & EI Aviation Fuels Test Method Conference

21 May 2013 - 22 May 2013
09.00 - 17.00
Venue
The Lensbury Conference Centre, Teddington, Middx
Address
Lensbury,
Broom Road,
Teddington,
Middlesex
TW11 9NU
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Summary

The Energy Institute is holding a two day event to discuss key issues relating to Test Methods and measurement properties of aviation fuels (Jet fuel and AVGAS), including a key industry presentation on the current and future issues/requirements for specification testing of Jet and AVGAS.

Day one - FAME in Jet Measurement
This session will provide laboratory users of the EI FAME in Jet Measurement Methods best practice guidance on test method application, updates on the latest test method revisions, and current status of the EI Ruggedness Study and Inter Laboratory precision study for these methods.

Timings
10.00 - 17.10

Confirmed speakers and topics

Dr Jim Barker, Innospec
Chair

Erwin Barendregt/Piet Koppen, PAC
IP PM EL Heart-Cut GC Method overview of robustness and round robin studies

Bob Hooks FEI, Consultant
Review of Method status and actions, along with users input

Dr John Langley, Dept of Chemistry, Southampton University
IP 585 current status of GCMS Method and progress in the robustness and round robin studies

Peter Morgan, Intertek
IP 590 HPLC Method outcome and results of robustness and round robin

Dr Harry Read HonFEI, BP Oil Consultant
Overview of current status of programme and outline of main components/fuels matrix for the robustness and round robin study activity

Paul Spitteler/Ian Mylrea, Stanhope-Seta
Outcome and review of IP 583 FTIR Method

Day two - Aviation Fuels Test Methods New Developments & Issues
This conference on aviation fuel test methods – developments and issues will be an interactive seminar that will promote and disseminate industry best practice, examining current test methods and measurements available for aviation fuels and reviewing potential impact of new technologies. In addition to FAME in Jet measurement update, specific issues and new developments for test methods such as low temperature viscosity, particle counting, thermal stability, freezing point and naphthalenes will be discussed.

The opening presentation will be a scene setting overview covering the current specifications test method requirements, as well as the future potential issues that may result in further modification of current aviation fuel specifications to meet the challenges of the aviation industry and stakeholders requirements.

Timings
09.00 - 17.00

Confirmed speakers and topics

Dr Jim Barker
, Innospec
Overview of FAME in jet methods revisions and precision study

Kevin Bower, Air BP
Aviation fuel specifications – key issues and future challenges
Freezing point measurement issues

Dr Stuart Forbes, Shell Global Solutions
Naphthalenes determination by HPLC – outcome of preliminary robustness study

Stephen Gosling MEI, Poulten Selfe & Lee
Viscosity measurement of jet fuel: current status of new instrumentation and the EI/ASTM inter-laboratory study               

Paul Harrison MEI, Technical Manager - Hydrocarbon Management, Energy Institute
EI Sampling Working Group: update/status of proposed sampling guidelines

Colin Matthews, Total
Chair

Elaine McFarlane MEI, Shell Global Solutions
Jet fuel particulates method update: new water elimination procedures
Microbial testing – latest developments and guidelines

Didier Pigeon MEI, AD Systems
New developments on thermal stability assessment of jet fuel

Dr Harry Read HonFEI, Deputy EI TMS Chair
Chair

Garry Rickard, Intertek
New developments on thermal stability assessment of jet fuel

Pete Rooney, Chair, EI Sampling Work Group and Loss Control Manager, Phillips 66
EI Sampling Working Group: update/status of proposed sampling guidelines

Who should attend?
Those individuals who are responsible for operating and implementing test methods within the aviation industry including refinery laboratory managers, and laboratory staff, plus laboratory managers and staff from the key independent test house laboratories testing fuel products.

Why should I attend?
*
Opportunity for you to influence the development of the test methods standard
* Chance to observe new technologies
* Discuss and debate best practice and how to meet industry needs
* The most cost effective way of increasing your knowledge on the subject
* Network with other like minded users, industry professionals and aviation fuel testing exhibitors

Exhibition

In addition there will also be an exhibition running alongside the event for aviation fuel test equipment manufacturers and suppliers to show their latest equipment and technology.

Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities can be found in the Word document below.

For more information, contact

Attached documents

Exhibition and sponsorship opportunities (DOC 34 Kb) [Show summary]
Exhibitor & sponsor booking form (PDF 82 Kb) [Show summary]

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