The region's leading event bringing together process safety professionals from NOCs and IOCs
The oil and gas industry is potentially one of the most hazardous industry sectors in the MENA regions. For example, It has been estimated that the rate of accidents of it is 2.5% higher than construction industry and 7% than other critical sectors.
Handling and minimising the risks of incidents is a crucial day-to-day activity of a process safety stakeholder to ensure the safety of assets, people and operations. The question of how to minimise the risks and incident, however, is a question yet to be fully answered, not just in the Middle East, but in the oil and gas sector worldwide.
To answer all your questions related to process safety, we are bringing together both regional and global process safety professionals from ADNOC Gas Processing, BP Kuwait, SIPCHEM Saudi Arabia, ADNOC Refining (Takreer), ENI Italy, Petrogas Oman, SASREF Saudi Arabia, PDO Oman, GASCO, SIPCHEM and more at the 11th Annual Process Safety Summit taking place from 27 - 30 October 2019 in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
The 4-day event will offer you the opportunity to detail investigate into the best practices currently used by NOCs and IOCs who's focus is on safety critical equipment, safety critical instruments and new technologies for a robust process safety culture .
Hear from leading process safety experts including:
Eng. Imran Haider
Head Process Safety
SIPCHEM Saudi Arabia
Operation Unit Head
Saudi Aramco Saudi Arabia
Ali Al Lawati
Operation Excellence Manager
Benoy Joseph Process Safety Expert
Integrity Technical Authority
Why you cannot miss this event?
Celebrate proactive efforts and achievements of PSM teams and encouraging next generation innovations like artificial intelligence, blockchain and IOT to improve PSM
Overcome gaps in management of change process with a systematic improvement program that’s also sustains and promotes safety culture
Learn how to lower incident rates across HAZOP, SIL and LOPA without disrupting production efficiencies
Bridging the gap between policy, process and operations by using efficient integrated systems of work
Reducing insurance premiums and also increasing morale of the workforce
Who should attend?
Process safety/Process control and engineering
Mechanical integrity, maintenance and reliability
Loss prevention &
What the attendees say:
“I thought it was a really good event – great speakers, great venue, and excellent organisation by your team. Also, the themes selected clearly struck a chord with the attendees and ensured good attendance throughout.”
“The 7th Annual Process Safety summit was a very gainful event for process safety best practices specially PSM & incident investigation. One of the best platforms I have participated in the Middle East dedicated to process safety professionals for sharing and learning.”
“I truly appreciated the roundtables held in the afternoon; this was an opportunity to exchange ideas with colleagues with more freedom and less formally.”
“Excellent group of safety experts in one venue.”
“This summit provided a global platform to share best practices on PSM to make the world safer. Great job IQPC!”
“The event is a good forum for exchanging ideas and sharing experiences in a complex field such as AIPSM, which increasingly important.”