Mitigating Corrosion and Emissions in Chemical Plants: An Interview with Jonathan Maddox, Nippon Chemical Texas

Production lines and tank farms at night.

Keeping up with guidelines and preventative testing is vital to the success of any petrochemical company, and aiming to keep corrosion to a minimum goes hand in hand with the goal of reducing emissions at any facility.

Fugitive Emissions Journal had the pleasure of speaking with Jonathan Maddox, Specialty Aromatic Solvents Process Engineer from Nippon Chemical Texas Inc. (NCTIUS), about the effect of corrosive chemicals on various materials, the call for a carbon-neutral world, and the impact of changing regulations.

Have you read this article yet? Check it out here!

Previous articleExxonMobil Signs Carbon Capture Agreement with Nucor Corporation, Reaching 5 MTA Milestone
Next articleLook Out for the Fugitive Emissions Summit Americas Advanced Conference Program