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OGIQ Asset Integrity Online Series

Overcoming the Most Critical Challenges of Asset Life Extension

This FREE webinar was recorded on:
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
09:00 AM - 10:00 AM EST

This FREE webinar is available to watch now.

Overcoming the Most Critical Challenges of Asset Life Extension

There is a point in every asset's life where the cost of continuing operations outweighs the gain. As assets age and production profiles decline – project economics are squeezed. The added pressure on replacement and maintenance budgets can result in curtailed life expectancy or divestment.

But what if the situation can be reversed – by improving the asset utilization and implementing pro-active equipment improvements? What if the expected life of the asset can be prolonged?

This exclusive AIM Webinar will discuss:

  • Practical steps you can use to ensure your asset produces with optimum availability and reliability
  • Proven, pro-active strategies you can use to maximize the life expectancy of the plant or platform topsides and structure
  • How you can create an environment for progressive life extension


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Nigel Robinson
Vice President Integrity Management Services
GL Noble Denton

Nigel Robinson heads up the global Asset Integrity Management service line for GL Noble Denton. In his 21 years with the organisation, Nigel has held engineering and commercial roles in the UK, Malaysia and USA, with responsibility for a portfolio of services that includes integrity management, structural engineering, naval architecture, marine warranty surveying, marine consultancy and DP assurance.  

Nigel’s engineering foundation is in structural mechanics and its application within the marine environment. He has authored milestone reports on harsh environment and deepwater operations integrity for rigs and floating production units. Nigel is chartered with the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and holds a PhD from Cambridge University.

Dr John Morgan
Head of Consultancy and Compliance
GL Noble Denton

John Morgan leads GL Noble Denton’s Upstream Consultancy and Compliance team in the United Kingdom where he is responsible for the technical safety, asset performance, integrity management and technical assurance. John holds a PhD in Applied Mathematics from Oxford University, and has more than 16 years of technical and commercial management experience in the oil and gas industry. He has a strong track record in quantified risk assessment and has led significant safety programmes for a number of major industry operators – resulting in new assessment methodologies and improved operational and safety performance. John has also completed comprehensive reviews of safety cases in the industry, and directed a range of bespoke client engaging workshops in safety and risk management.

This FREE webinar is available to watch now.