June 2014, Vol. 241, No. 6


NACE President Sees Building Relationships As Key

Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of articles concerning research developments in the oil and gas business. To hear Harvey Hack tell it, engineers like he, by their very nature, are not the best subjects for interviews. “Do you know how to pick an extroverted engineer out of a crowd?” he asked with a wink at the NACE International Corrosion conference in San Antonio, TX. “It’s easy. He’s the one looking at someone else’s shoes when he talks.” Hack, NACE International’s president this year, is anything but a wallflower when discussing the rapidly changing landscape of corrosion prevention and NACE International, t

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