Manage, Repair or Replace? – Making the Right Asset Integrity Calls
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With unit development costs rising and production efficiency falling across mature offshore regions such as the North Sea, there has never been a greater drive to do more with less.
In practice this means running closer to design limits and seeking to extend operational life without compromising safety or exceeding budgets. Improvements in understanding, analytical techniques and computational power are however allowing more robust integrity management decisions to be made, quicker and more affordably than ever before.
This webinar will provide an overview of the factors you need to consider to strike the right balance between ease, cost and risk when assessing options to solve integrity challenges. You’ll also learn about the range of analysis tools and approaches available to today's Integrity Engineers to ensure they make the right decisions.
In this webinar, you will:
- Discover how targeted analysis can be used to increase safety, maximise budgets, prioritise activities and reduce downtime.
- Gain an appreciation of the pros and cons associated with the different approaches and which are most appropriate for tackling different real-world issues.
- Understand the timescales in which analysis based decisions can be made.
- Learn practical tips and advice to ensure your staff or suppliers are adopting the right approach to realise these benefits.
This webinar is important if you work in:
- Mechanical Integrity
- Structural Integrity
- Asset Integrity
- Asset Management
Frazer-Nash provides expert engineering consultancy services for demanding greenfield, brownfield and decommissioning programmes around the globe. Their breadth of knowledge in oil and gas and other highly regulated industries allows them to deliver innovative and timely solutions to the industry’s toughest challenges.
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Ian leads the Dorking based Mechanical Integrity group. Having worked for engineering consultancies for than 14 years he is recognised as an expert with broad knowledge and experience using classical hand calculations, implicit and explicit finite element analysis techniques and a wide range of assessment codes to provide robust structural integrity assessments. He specialises in the application of fracture mechanics and fatigue assessment techniques to undertake Engineering Critical Assessments and Fitness For Service Assessments in the Oil and Gas Sector. He also has extensive experience as a project manager, technical lead and independent peer reviewer of structural analysis projects.
Neil is a chartered mechanical engineer with over 10 years consultancy experience supporting highly regulated industries. Having started his career as a Fluid Dynamist, Neil has progressed through a variety of technical and programme management roles before assuming overall responsibility for Frazer-Nash’s successful upstream Oil & Gas sector in 2012.