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New Orleans is Site For AIChE Spring Meeting

November 15, 2005

The American Institute of Chemical Engineers’ (AIChE) 2004 spring national meeting is set for April 25-29 in New Orleans. James L. Gallogly, president and chief executive officer of Chevron Phillips Chemical Company, will be the meeting’s keynote speaker.

More than 140 technical sessions are planned. Some of the topics to be covered include fuels and petrochemicals; computing and systems technology; environmental applications, nanotechnology; pharmaceuticals; plant design and operations; safety and loss prevention and industrial security.
Topical conference highlights include:

• information technology applications in the process industries;
• transport processes in emerging energy systems;
• sensors and
• the profession in transition.

More info: (800) 242-4363 or (212) 591-8100; Website: www.aiche.org/ spring.
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