Exciting Success at the Fugitive Emissions Summit Americas Steering Committee Meeting

Fugitive Emissions Summit Americas is proud to say the 2023 steering committee meeting was a success! After discussion alongside witnessing a natural division within the audience last year, the upcoming 2023 event taking place on December 5th and 6th at San Jacinto College in Pasadena Texas, will be divided into three segments to best showcase technologies and presentation topics of interest to attendees. The conference will have chairs for each stream.

Brindesh Dhruva, EVP Chief Marketing & Technology Officer from Bray International will lead the Valves & Flow Control segment, focusing on packing, sealing and low E technology.

Brian Blowers, ESG Standards & Frameworks at Phillips 66 will lead the Fugitive Emissions Technology segment focusing on monitoring and leak detection, repair and prevention, and more.

Dawn Neal, Client Relationship Manager from TRICORD Consulting will lead the Environmental Impacts stream focusing on ESG, certifications, corporate governance, and legislative updates.

Stay tuned for the preliminary conference program for this year’s Fugitive Emissions Summit Americas coming soon!

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