Industry Affiliations

MSi Kenny routinely engages with industry to stay abreast of the latest advances in engineering and technology. At its inception, MSi Kenny principals were at the forefront of various joint-industry projects related to multiphase flow and paraffin deposition. Currently, MSi Kenny actively participates with the following industry associations:

DeepStar

www.deepstar.org

photo DeepStar is a joint industry technology development project focused on advancing the technologies to meet its members' deepwater business needs to deliver increased production and reserves.

MSiK has provided flow assurance expertise in support of Phase IX work related to thermal performance of buried deepwater pipelines.

University of Michigan Industrial Affiliates Program: Flow and Reaction in Porous

The University of Michigan

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The University of Michigan Industrial Affiliates program focuses on some of the most challenging problems facing the upstream oil industry and, in particular, the flow assurance community. Current research areas include wax deposition and gellation, as well as asphaltene deposition kinetics.

NAFEMS

www.nafems.org

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Since its inception in 1983, NAFEMS has become an independent, not-for-profit, international membership association, owned by its member's, designed to promote the safe and reliable use of finite-element and related technology.

Society for Underwater Technology (SUT)

www.sut.org

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The Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) is a multi-disciplinary learned society that brings together organisations and individuals with a common interest in underwater technology, ocean science and offshore.

MSi Kenny staff have participated in SUT events, including providing the flow assurance lectures for the Subsea Awareness Course in both Perth and Aberdeen, as well as speaking on the role of Artificial Lift for deepwater developments at the SUT Brazil event in 2010.

Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)

www.spe.org

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SPE is a professional organization, whose mission is to collect, disseminate, and exchange technical knowledge concerning the exploration, development and production of oil and gas resources, and related technologies for the public benefit; and to provide opportunities for professionals to enhance their technical and professional competence.

MSi Kenny consultants have been involved in various SPE-related activities. These include participating in Applied Technology Workshops (ATW) and Forum events, attending topical industry luncheons and Emerging Leaders / Young Professional events, as well as contributing the SPE journals and publications (Flow Assurance 101 article series).
  • 2010 Young Professionals Workshop: Inter-discipline Workshop (London, England), Organizer and Speaker
  • 2008 Forum Series: Deepwater and Harsh Environments (Phuket, Thailand) Steering Committee Member
  • 2007 Applied Technology Workshop: Flow Assurance (Langkawi, Malaysia) Steering Committee Member and Session Co-Chair
  • 2006 Forum Series: Deepwater Risers (Dubrovnik, Croatia) Steering Committee Member
  • 2006 Applied Technology Workshop: Enhancing the Success of Asia Pacific Deepwater Through Global Sharing (Hong Kong) Steering Committee Member and Speaker
  • 2005 Forum Series: Deep & Getting Deeper-The Future of Deepwater Exploration, Drilling, and Producing Operation (Denver, USA) Steering Committee Member and Speaker
  • 2003 Applied Technology Workshop: Deepwater Technology (Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia) Speaker
  • 2003 Applied Technology Workshop: Facilities and Construction (Langkawi, Malaysia) Speaker
  • 2003 Applied Technology Workshop: Extreme Asset Appraisal and Development (Houston, USA) Speaker

Ocean, Offshore, Arctic and Marine Engineering (OMAE)

www.ooae.org

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The Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering Division is concerned with a wide-range of technical competencies, including environmental loading, hydrodynamic behavior, materials selection, structural strength, and safety

MSi Kenny has co-chaired sessions at the 2009 OMAE conference, related to subsea processing, as well as co-authored a paper for acceptance at the 2010 OMAE conference related to the role of flow assurance in life-of-field integrity management.