Extending the Life of Ageing Assets: Aligning your goals as a user/operator with industry best practice
Extending the life of your ageing infrastructure is a common goal for all owner-operators. However, many challenges exist to making this goal a reality. From budget restrictions to manpower concerns, successfully implementing a program you can trust, using industry accepted practices for extending the life of mature assets, is rarely as easy as it seems on paper.
However, solutions are within your reach to help you achieve success.
This essential webinar will share with you the industry-recommended asset life extension practices which are being applied in the most progressive organizations worldwide today. It will lift the lid on the steps you need to take to empower your organization to make the decisions required to truly achieve asset life extension, and to sustain the programs safely.
By having the proper checks and balances in place, and understanding exactly where you are in the equipment life cycle, you can gain more control over your equipment availability and ultimately extend its life.
By viewing this essential presentation, you will discover how you can:
- Ensure safe, reliable use of assets while complying with company and regulatory requirements
- Achieve effective and proactive use of best practices through the life-cycle of equipment
- Truly, and proactively understand, identify, measure and manage risk
- Overcome the critical inhibitors to asset life extension success
This webinar is brought to you in association with 6th Annual Asset Integrity Management Summit (20 - 23 March 2011, Abu Dhabi UAE)
The region's annual event for asset and pipeline integrity experts
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President and CEO
David Osage is President and CEO of Equity Engineering, a former Technical Consultant for ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company, lead Mechanical Engineer for BP, and an internationally recognized authority in the development and use of FFS technology.
As the architect and principal author of API 579 Fitness-For-Service, he has developed many of the assessment methodologies and supporting technical information used across the industry today.
As the chairperson for the API/ASME Joint Committee on Fitness-For-Service, he was instrumental in completing the update to API 579 entitled API 579-1/ASME FFS-1 Fitness-For-Service. Mr. Osage also provides instruction on Fitness-For-Service technology to the international community under the API University Program.
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