Daughtry, J.

INEOS Oxide GAS/ SPEC Technology Group, Freeport, Texas

James Daughtry is a retired regional commercial manager in the GAS/SPEC Technology Group of INEOS. He has a wide range of experiences in gas processing, from corrosion inhibitor research to process optimization of amine plants and amine sales. Prior to joining INEOS GAS/SPEC in 2000, he worked for Dow Chemical USA for 32 yr, specializing in epoxy manufacturing, research, technical service and development. While at Dow, he was a founding member of the GAS/SPEC Technology Group in 1983. Mr. Daughtry has coauthored several papers on gas processing and one paper on vinyl ester corrosion for the Society of Plastic Industry. He holds a BS degree in chemistry from the University of Houston in Clear Lake, Texas.

Case histories of amine plant equipment corrosion problems–Part 1

Daughtry, J., Teletzke, E., INEOS Oxide GAS/ SPEC Technology Group

Lost production from corrosion costs the oil and gas industry more than $1 B/yr.1

Controlling corrosion: Case studies from amine plant operations

Daughtry, J., Teletzke, E., INEOS Oxide GAS/ SPEC Technology Group

The total annual cost of corrosion in the oil and gas production industry is estimated to be $1.372 B.1 More significantly, failures due to corrosion can result in environmental releases and injury or death of plant personnel.