Planning for EFRC conference in full swing

13 February 2023

Speakers at the upcoming EFRC biennial conference will present their corporation’s latest related research & development, innovations, case studies and the latest EFRC projects. (Photo: EFRC.)

The European Forum for Reciprocating Compressors is planning a couple of events ahead of its 13th biennial conference scheduled for Sept. 19 – 21 in Zagreb, Croatia.

The group is planning for its R&D meeting on April 3 and for the next General Assembly, which is scheduled for April 4. In addition, the EFRC recently published a white paper on hydrogen compression and is planning a webinar on Feb. 28 to discuss the topic.

The conference will include a special topic, “Energy Transition,” to keep attendees up to date with the latest developments on the compression of green hydrogen. Presenters will show that reciprocating compressors meet all the requirements of modern machines -- and even offer expanded possibilities. Speakers will also present their corporation’s latest related research & development, innovations, case studies and the latest EFRC projects.

The presentation of a technical paper will draw the attention of the industry in an audience that consists of reciprocating compressor experts, scientists from all over the world, end users and representatives from engineering companies and manufacturers.

These papers will cover topics such as design, digitalization and AI, hydrogen compression, monitoring and reliability, pulsation and vibration, and sealing and emissions. Furthermore, Tech Updates will be presented by suppliers such as OEMs, components and service suppliers and consulting companies.

Early registration will start soon and end at the end of April. Check here for updates to the conference agenda and for registration.

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