29 March - 01 April, 2020 | Crowne Plaza Muscat, Muscat, Oman

Summit Day One: Monday, 30 March 2020

8:00 am - 8:45 am Registration, welcome refreshments and networking

8:45 am - 8:50 am IQPC welcome remarks

8:50 am - 9:00 am Chairman’s welcome and opening remarks

Kevin Watson - Independent Consultant, .
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Kevin Watson

Independent Consultant
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Revolutionising asset management to reduce costs and boost profitability
Mismanaged critical equipment can cost companies between US$38 to US$54 million per year

9:00 am - 9:30 am OPENING PANEL: Anticipating failures to save up to US$20million annually. Maximising the Root Cause Analysis (RTC) by using a predictive, data-driven approach.

Ahmed Al Harthi - Asset Integrity Manager, OOCEP
Khallelula Syed - Team Leader, Integrity, ADNOC
Mahmoud Selim - Integrity Technical Authority, Petroleum Development Oman
Kevin Watson - Independent Consultant, .
Failures in assets’ design, operation or process itself can cause oil and gas companies losses for up to US$30million a year.

Are you a part of the 24% of GCC oil and gas leaders using a maintenance approach based on analytics?
  • Preventive vs reactive maintenance: Eliminating downtimes
  • Using technologies in a systematic and effective way
  • A bridge between RCA and process safety
Speakers:
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Ahmed Al Harthi

Asset Integrity Manager
OOCEP

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Khallelula Syed

Team Leader, Integrity
ADNOC

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Mahmoud Selim

Integrity Technical Authority
Petroleum Development Oman

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Kevin Watson

Independent Consultant
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9:30 am - 10:00 am PRESENTATION: Reliability success key factors in process safety and asset integrity

Jorge Pirela Galban - Reliability Engineering Team Leader, Daleel Petroleum
Companies across the region are under pressure to improve the reliability and integrity of the assets and process safety, the overall effectiveness of the asset operation, as well as the knowledge and competence of the workforce managing and maintaining the assets.

Are you improving the reliability of assets smartly?
  • Improving the effectiveness of the systems and procedures that are in place to control operations and maintenance
  • Ensure quality and safety of assets to reduce risks
  • Maintaining production capability in a cost-effective way while preserving the integrity of those assets
  • Framing an asset life extension programme
  • Handling ageing equipment
Speaker:
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Jorge Pirela Galban

Reliability Engineering Team Leader
Daleel Petroleum

10:00 am - 10:30 am Fireside chat: Digitising reliability and asset integrity management processes

Senior Expert - ., BP
To eliminate human fault analysis and improve resource effectiveness, oil and gas companies are seeking to digitise and automate all data and processes within its reliability and integrity programme

  • Insights into IOCs’ digitalisation strategies
  • Understanding which technology promised the best ROI
  • Are assets tech ready and how to ensure they are?
  • How to integrate tech in ageing assets with little disruption and risk

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BP

10:30 am - 11:00 am Speed networking

11:00 am - 11:30 am Networking coffee break

11:30 am - 11:50 am Root cause(s) of PSM failure

11:50 am - 12:10 pm Aligning your asset maintenance plans with your business objectives & corporate strategies

Adil Ali Al Kiyumi - Maintenance Strategy & Support Team Lead, Petroleum Development Oman
Current market instability, price floating and a surge in worldwide consumption, led oil and gas companies to seek more cost-effective ways to deal with exploration and production while maintaining high health, safety and environmental standards.

  • Clearly defining the business requirements for assets in the coming years (i.e. one, five or ten years)
  • Building the ideal preventive and predictive maintenance framework to suit business needs for operational excellence
  • Establishing and continually enhancing organisational competence to drive integrity from people to assets
  • Periodical maintenance measures
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Adil Ali Al Kiyumi

Maintenance Strategy & Support Team Lead
Petroleum Development Oman

12:10 pm - 12:30 pm HSECES management: Safety Critical Elements

Tarik Zamiti - Section Leader, Maintenance, ADNOC
Why HSECES management is vital for your organisation’s safety?
  • Objectives of HSECES identification & management
  • Its purpose to prevent or limit the effect of such accidents
  • What goes wrong in identifying SCE
  • Technical integrity verification for SCE and its value
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Tarik Zamiti

Section Leader, Maintenance
ADNOC

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm PANEL DISCUSSION The end of lifetime extension and the decommissioning procedures: The importance of wise planning

Mohammed Al Aamri - HSSE Manager, OCTAL
Majed Al-Jawad - Maintenance Manager, SASREF
With a huge number of offshore rigs expected to reach the end of their production cycle over the next ten years, with annual spending projected to reach $13 billion by 2040, the oil and gas industry needs to plan the end of a facility’s life smartly.

Are you ready to decommission?
  • The importance of the pre-decommissioning phase
  • Minimising costs, production losses and the human capital required
  • Ensuring HSE procedures and regulations compliance
Speakers:
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Mohammed Al Aamri

HSSE Manager
OCTAL

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Majed Al-Jawad

Maintenance Manager
SASREF

1:00 pm - 1:30 pm Risk-register: BAPCO’s business resilience journey

Samah Yusuf Al-Hamad - Superintendent Business Resilience Management, BAPCO
BAPCO’s Business Resilience Management (BRM) Programme has been developed over 15 years and has reached a stage of being a robust risk management programme. The programme was built over vast number of experiences and knowledge gained via the implementation of the building blocks, which consists of two major areas, Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), and Business Continuity Management (BCM). The Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) programme has a wide scope that covers business, technical safety process safety, environment, reliability and efficiency, compliance, strategic planning and information. This approach was initiated by integrating 13 metrics into one standard matrix that is currently used globally within the organisation. The structured approach of risk identification, assessment, mitigation, tracking and reporting is implemented. This element is clearly linked to the organisation’s business continuity management programme that ensures the readiness to respond to crises if the risk materialises.

  • Business resilience experience on BAPCO case study
  • The importance of business resilience
  • Integrating risk management and business continuity
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Samah Yusuf Al-Hamad

Superintendent Business Resilience Management
BAPCO

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm Lunch break and networking opportunity

Interactive Discussion Groups (IDGs) sessions:

IDG A

2:30 pm - 3:30 pm Ensuring integrity of ageing assets in the pre-decommissioning phase
Mahmoud Selim - Integrity Technical Authority, Petroleum Development Oman
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Mahmoud Selim

Integrity Technical Authority
Petroleum Development Oman

IDG B

2:30 pm - 3:30 pm Managing assets with accurate data
Do you have a solution or technology to showcase your expertise on this topic?

IDG C

2:30 pm - 3:30 pm Breaking down complex processes by using LEAN methodology in AIM
Tarik Zamiti - Section Leader, Maintenance, ADNOC
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Tarik Zamiti

Section Leader, Maintenance
ADNOC

IDG D

2:30 pm - 3:30 pm Ensuring HSE procedures and regulations compliance
Mohammed Al Aamri - HSSE Manager, OCTAL
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Mohammed Al Aamri

HSSE Manager
OCTAL

The impact of hydrogen and biogases into existing pipeline systems
Metal corrosion is currently one of the most important issues of oil and gas transportation. Cumulative corrosion damage in the global oil and gas industry is estimated to be more than $1 billion annually, with revenue losses due to repair operations exceeding $10 billion annually.

How to reduce such costs?
  • Using fibre reinforced polymer pipelines for hydrogen distribution
  • Controlling hydrogen permeation and leaks by compressing
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Soosiamanickam Acrockiasamy

Head of Reliability Department
Salalah Methanol Company

4:30 pm - 4:30 pm End of summit day one