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Asset Integrity Panel Discussion: Overcoming Common Inhibitors To Operational Success

This FREE webinar was recorded on:
Monday, April 02, 2012
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM EDT

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Asset integrity success is inherently difficult to achieve largely because it is not a visible entity, this makes consideration of the equally intangible concepts of change management, organizational buy-in and achieving sustainability even more important.

AI programs which are designed without these three considerations at the core are destined to fail. So what can be done to avoid this unwelcome outcome? What steps can be taken to ensure that you avoid the most common inhibitors to asset integrity success. In this panel session - speaking from their own personal perspectives - our asset integrity experts will explore the solutions which in their personal opinions can – and must – be applied to ensure AI success in your company.

  • Making change a reality: How to drive the organizational and individual change required for integrity success
  • Securing and maintaining organizational buy in to secure full support for integrity activities
  • Overcoming the barriers to sustainable integrity success – dealing with the challenge of maintaining momentum

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Colin Dyer
Asset Integrity Process Safety Manager

Colin has held senior positions in Maintenance, Commissioning, Production Operations and Operations Readiness & Assurance for major project maturation and execution, and has worked for 30 years in many Shell EP upstream oil and gas operations

Colin’s current focus is Asset Integrity Process Safety Management within the Middle East region of Shell EP and Colin is a member of Shell's Global Asset Integrity team.

Chris Houghton
Engineering Authority

Chris has background of integrity management and operations management covering more than 35 years. His early career centered on offshore corrosion management and then broadened into operations and integrity management of offshore facilities, structures and pipelines, primarily in the UK and Norwegian North Sea, with both fixed and floating structures, working for Phillips Petroleum and Amoco. Since joining BP in 1995, his recent roles have included Global E&P Network Leader for Integrity Management and Team Leader for BP’s senior technical specialists supporting implementation of the BP Integrity Management Standard across all their upstream operations. Chris is currently the Engineering Authority at BP's operations in Azerbaijan based in Baku.

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