16 - 19 June, 2019
Grand Millennium Muscat, Muscat, Oman

Summit Day Two Tuesday, 18 June 2019

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

8:45 am - 9:00 am Chairman’s welcome and opening remarks

LIFESTYLE APPROACH TO CORROSION AND INSPECTION MANAGEMENT IN ASSET INTEGRITY The annual global cost of corrosion is US$2.5 trillion, equivalent to roughly 3.4% of the world’s gross domestic product, according to a study by NACE International

9:00 am - 9:30 am Corrosion for tanks and vessels: Neutralising the impact on key assets

Mohammed Zadjali - Maintenance & Integrity Senior Manager, Daleel Petroleum, Oman
With the global cost of marine corrosion totaling anywhere from $50 to $80 billion every year, industry officials are constantly seeking innovative methods of mitigating and eliminating corrosion
Key question – How do you overcome the challenges of corrosion?
  • Life cycle solutions to corrosion and integrity related issues
  • Factors influencing accelerated corrosion

Mohammed Zadjali

Maintenance & Integrity Senior Manager
Daleel Petroleum, Oman

9:30 am - 9:50 am Inspection management services as a tool to improve your asset integrity management strategy

Saleh Omairy - Head Static Equipment Inspection and Integrity, PDO

Key question – Did you know inspection management can improve your AIPSM?
• Ensuring you are equipped with the information and data to focus efforts on value-adding intervention
• How to bridge the gap between non-destructive testing (NDT) and integrity management programs

Saleh Omairy

Head Static Equipment Inspection and Integrity

9:50 am - 10:20 am Networking coffee break


The following session will feature a series of interactive group discussions set in a roundtable format. During this session each group leader will introduce a concept/case study to the
participants followed by an interactive discussion and live feedback.
Why participate?
Interactive group discussions are an excellent opportunity to get straight to the point and ask the questions that you want to know the answers to. The group format also facilitates an excellent
opportunity for networking between industry professionals.

Group 2


10:20 am - 11:20 am Inventory management and its impact on asset integrity Reserved for TerraLink Technologies


10:20 am - 11:20 am Reliability – centered maintenance strategy (RCM) for asset integrity Reserved for sponsor


10:20 am - 11:20 am AIM as a technique to enhance process safety Reserved for sponsor


10:20 am - 11:20 am Ageing of assets and asset life cycle extension Reserved for sponsor


10:20 am - 11:20 am Developing of safety culture in developing companies and countries; applying smart social responsibilities Wael Mohamed Amin, Senior HSSE Manager, Kuwait Energy Egypt

WHAT IS GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS) MAPPING AND HOW CAN IT IMPROVE ASSET MANAGEMENT? GIS-based asset management system represents the perfect architecture for visualising oil and gas asset information in a structured, organised and easily accessible database. It also enables environmental advisors, project engineers and managers to understand the data sets and manage the assets effectively

11:20 am - 11:40 am Session reserved for Velosi Asset Integrity Ltd.: Using a GIS based asset management system to improve asset shelf-life

Key question – How can you use GIS mapping in your favour?
• Developing a web- based GIS and asset management system for resource planning
• Developing a real-time spatial data conversion to improve asset intelligence
• Plan for phase extension for service delivery

11:40 am - 12:00 pm SPONSOR CASE STUDY: How to optimise utility asset management with GIS?

Geographic information systems (GIS) are becoming more powerful, affordable and easier to use for small local governments looking for utility asset management solutions. The section will explore the ways of transforming utility asset management with GIS conflation and virtual 3D modelling.
Key question – Did you know GIS is a powerful tool to optimise utility asset management?

IMPROVING ASSET INTELLIGENCE USING AI Many utilities around the world need to improve company performance while lowering costs. Performance improvement can include increasing system reliability (SAIFI, SAIDI/ CAIDI), reducing lost time, accidents, optimising personnel performance and increasing productivity, improving inventory turns ratios and a host of other critical processes

12:00 pm - 12:20 pm REGIONAL CASE STUDY: Asset management systems with artificial intelligence

Key question – Did you know AI can contribute to the continuous improvement for AIPSM?
This section will address how the usage of artificial intelligence can help determine the algorithms for decision making and the importance of reviewing the stakeholders and business module of the organization. Also will reveal why implementation of AI should be part of a continuous improvement process with updated and larger data collected as this will lead to the best possible outcome for AI implementation.


12:20 pm - 12:40 pm Developing future leaders in AIPSM

Nalin Chandna - CEO, National Gas Company SAOG, Oman

Key question – Have you qualified yourself to be the next AIPSM leader?
  • What is leadership and the myths about it?
  • What are the barriers to leadership?
  • Communication: A Leader`s most powerful tool

Nalin Chandna

National Gas Company SAOG, Oman

12:40 pm - 1:40 pm Lunch break and networking

1:40 pm - 2:00 pm Introduction to integrity operating window (IoW), auditing and corrective measures

Abdulkarim AlHabsi - Pipelines and Terminal Operations Manager, PDO

Key question – How do you set the right action to investigate and review incidents?
  • Overview of IOWs and their usage to determine the different valuables that could affect the integrity and reliability of a process unit
  • Asset integrity and process safety auditing – Assurance, auditing process and auditing techniques
  • How to set a corrective action for investigating and reviewing incidents
  • Which are the seven steps to an effective failure, reporting, analysis and corrective action system (FRACAS)?

Abdulkarim AlHabsi

Pipelines and Terminal Operations Manager

LIFE CRITICAL SYSTEMS Process safety assurance is built on the premise that all safety critical elements [SCES] / HSE, critical equipment & systems [HSECESS] are operated and maintained so that they are functionally available on demand to prevent / mitigate / control process safety incidents

2:00 pm - 2:20 pm How HSE critical systems equipment (HSECES) failure could cause or contribute to an accident with severe or catastrophic consequences

Ali A Redha Al Lawati - Operation Excellence Manager, Petrogas E&P

Key question – 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 are the necessary plans and programs which will help to systematically improve the monitoring of these systems?

Ali A Redha Al Lawati

Operation Excellence Manager
Petrogas E&P

2:20 pm - 2:40 pm Defining safety critical elements and demonstrating their independent verification at a major hazard facility

Sherif El-Nabawy - GUPCO Engineering General Manager, GUPCO JV Egypt

Key question – What are the main steps for enforce your integrity?
  • How to define SCE, metallurgical failures and assessment
  • Hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control – Which are the steps for enforcement

Sherif El-Nabawy

GUPCO Engineering General Manager

2:40 pm - 3:00 pm The objectives of streamline reliability centered maintenance (RCM) study on Mega Capital Project

Fahmi Reza - Head of Reliability & Condition Monitoring, Oman Gas, Oman

Key question – Why do you need to consider performing RCM on MCP?
  • What are the roles of reliability engineers in the Mega Capital Project?
  • What is the need to consider to perform RCM on MCP?
  • RCM deliverables on MCP

Fahmi Reza

Head of Reliability & Condition Monitoring
Oman Gas, Oman

3:00 pm - 3:00 pm End of summit day two