March 2018, Vol. 245, No. 3


NACE International Roundtable: Decades of Advancements in Pipeline Corrosion Control

Back in 1943, NACE International was established in Houston by 11 engineers focused on cathodic protection (CP) to address metal pipeline degradation. Now, 36,000-plus members strong, NACE has evolved into a worldwide organization that is involved in every industry and area of corrosion prevention and control. This year, NACE celebrates its 75th anniversary, a milestone made possible by the knowledge, expertise and continued support of its members from around the globe. To honor the association’s history as an organization dedicated to oil and gas pipeline corrosion control, five experts share their knowledge of the industry as well as their longtime membership in NACE. They are Jeffrey L.

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