Asset Integrity Management Summit 2014 - Oil & Gas Industry Event Preview
As I’m sure you’ll agree, improving asset integrity has become a higher priority in the wake of the recent Wood Report into maximising oil recovery in the UKCS.
Against this backdrop of increasing demands for energy, and declining productivity, the UKCS has spent an estimated £393bn alone in asset integrity measures in the last five years. In order for you to minimise unexpected downtime, and ensure consistent productivity, it is critical for you to inspect, maintain and analyse your onshore and offshore assets.
Its not as simple as it sounds though, right?
Our research uncovered several challenges that you face when implementing and maintaining robust integrity strategy, such as change management, adhering to strict HSE standards, accurate inspection and maintenance planning, and the danger with mature assets, to name but a few.
The 9th Annual Asset Integrity Management Summit has been designed to address these crucial challenges and more. Our panel of experts will gather in Aberdeen from 15th – 17th September, to deliver case studies and key presentations on the topics you need to hear about including:
- Darren Matkin, Leadership in Health & Safety Training Manager, discussing how Saipem have built a culture of safety through an award-winning programme of management commitment and workforce engagement.
- Apache Corporation’s Sr. Mechanical Integrity Specialist, Steve Cooper, explaining how they have achieved reliability and operational excellence through key asset integrity principles.
- The National Grid’s view on maximising the use of data in Asset Integrity Management, with Steven Sayles, Policy and Development Manager, and Marta Wypych, Asset Integrity Engineer.
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Vice President, Operations
Muhammad Jawad Latif
Sr. Mechanical Integrity Specialist,
Change Management and Communications Expert
Shell International (TBC)
Safety Culture & Behavioural (Human Factors) Advisor
Health and Safety Advisor - Leadership in Safety Program
Asset Integrity Engineer
Professor Anne Neville
Professor of Tribology & Surface Engineering
To view the full session and speaker line up, download the new event agenda