Intertek showcases petroleum and petrochemical testing expertise at the Gulf Coast conference in Galveston, Texas
Tuesday, Oct 16, 2012
Intertek, a leading provider of quality testing, inspection and safety services to a wide range of industries around the world, will exhibit expert laboratory testing services supporting the petroleum and chemical industries during the 2012 Gulf Coast Conference, October 16-17, at the Moody Gardens Convention Center in Galveston, Texas.
Located at exhibit booth 112, experienced Intertek personnel will be attending the Gulf Coast Conference, prepared to discuss analytical, quality control, research, and troubleshooting projects and other testing needs.
Intertek operates an integrated network of state-of-the-art petroleum and chemical laboratories supporting refinery, chemical plant, pipeline, storage, trading, and additional clients in the USA Gulf of Mexico region, inland regions, and beyond. Gulf Coast areas served include Brownsville, Corpus Christi, Houston, Texas City, Baytown, Deer Park, Bayport, Pasadena, Freeport, Eagle Ford, Cushing, Beaumont, Lake Charles, New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Mobile, along with many other locations.
Laboratory expertise includes in-house capabilities to test the entire hydrocarbon and chemical supply chain, from upstream to downstream, from crude oil to fuels, intermediate products, and petrochemicals. Analytical resources in the Intertek labs include various laboratory techniques which detect, measure, and characterize materials and products to parts per billion and parts per trillion levels.
Source: Business Wire
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