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Conference Day

07:30 AM - 08:30 AM Registration and Coffee

08:30 AM - 08:45 AM Oil & Gas IQ Welcoming Speech

08:45 AM - 09:00 AM Chair's Opening Address

Carlos Tan, Group EHS Advisor, Emirates National Oil Company

Carlos Tan

Group EHS Advisor
Emirates National Oil Company

09:00 AM - 09:30 AM Sustainable Business Strategies and Plans are Crucial to Sustain Low Oil Prices

Iain Shaw, General Manager, Production Operations, BG Group
  • Cutting your costs by up to 50% through project optimisation and efficiency measurements
  • Softening the supply chain: Taking 8% out of your supply chain to reduce costs and maximise technological efficiencies
  • Changing risk informed based decisions to risk based decisions: Evaluating the subject of the human component when making mitigating risks
  • Waste efficiency and endurance: Maximising wrench time to 8 hour day through better scheduling and simplifying cost optimisation to ensure efficiency when operational work onsite

Iain Shaw

General Manager, Production Operations
BG Group

09:30 AM - 10:00 AM Roundtable Discussion: Arguing the Benefits of Front End Loading (FEL) of Asset Integrity Aspects in Capital Projects

Mir Kazim Ali, Head of Project HSSE, OMV
This roundtable will assess the benefits of front end loading of capital projects with asset integrity aspects during the project life cycle; starting from the project planning, concept selection, FEED (front end engineering and design) through to start-up and sustainable operations. The session will also give good insight about the considerations to be taken into account to upfront set strategies, future organization, competence requirements and contracts. Enabling organization to mitigate and manage safety and business risks in furtherance to Major Accident Hazards/Events (MAH/MAE); minimising future operating and maintenance costs, limiting downtime and meeting commercial commitments. This session will be 30 minutes whereby tables must choose 3 of their top challenges they have faced across various projects. There will be 20 minutes to discuss the themes and 10 minutes to evaluate and feedback.
  • Performance indicator to limit downtime and maximise uptime of facility: Risk mitigation and management through analysis and performance indicators
  • The economy of operating and maintaining through competence and expenditures: Strategies to limit down time and ensure you are maximising ROI
  • The importance with asset integrity from front end loading: designing and the technical integrity

Mir Kazim Ali

Head of Project HSSE
OMV

10:00 AM - 10:30 AM Ensuring Heath and Safety with Limited Budget and Operational Resources

Carlos Tan, Group EHS Advisor, Emirates National Oil Company
  • Assessing strategies to ensure intensive maintenance and management programmes whilst reducing costs and man power
  • Ensuring the integrity of assets with limited budgets without mitigating risks
  • Decreasing failures down the line: Studying the safety of equations and assets to minimise risk
  • Reducing man power in a rationalized format: Optimizing operational resources through safety sequences

Carlos Tan

Group EHS Advisor
Emirates National Oil Company

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM Technology Demonstration Segment Series 1

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM Morning Networking Break

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM Vessel Internal Metal Cladding with HVTS Technology: A Cost Effective Onsite Process Equipment Protection Solution for Corrosion Mitigation and Asset Life Extension

Colin Bateman, Business Development EMEA, Integrated Global Services
  • On-site, in-situ corrosion protection of critical process equipment with corrosion resistant alloy (CRA) cladding: Advanced NiCrMo alloy and high velocity thermal spray (HVTS) processes
  • Stopping a wide range of corrosion and/or erosion conditions, even under severe service: Maintaining vessel wall thickness, pressure boundary and asset integrity to extend design life so that replacement is no longer required
  • Examining prior limitations of thermal spray technology: Advanced alloy modification to eliminate porosity, reduce residual stresses, inflight oxidation and shut down any corrosion path to the base metal
  • The development of advanced conveyance technology facilitates: Rapid onsite, in-situ field application of the system, rapid mobilization and efficient project execution

Colin Bateman

Business Development EMEA
Integrated Global Services

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM An Integrated Approach to Improvement in Operational Excellence, Safety & Process Integrity

Neil Fowler, HSSEQ & Business Improvement Director – Europe, TAQA Bratani
  • Quality focus in the people, plant and process model: Improved safety performance and business performance as an outcome
  • Measurements a tool for identifying improvement opportunity: “Diagnosis without prescription is malpractice”
  • Development of improvement objectives
  • Development of an integrated improvement plan using as few elements as necessary
  • Measuring the journey, and the effect

Neil Fowler

HSSEQ & Business Improvement Director – Europe
TAQA Bratani

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM Roundtable Discussion: Arguing the Perception of the Minimum Standard of Acceptance and the Perception of Risk

Mark Lees, Engineering & Services Lead, Shell
This roundtable will assess the perception of the minimum standard of acceptance when working operationally on assets and how this affects risk. The session will draw on the challenges and strategies, which professionals similar to you have used and are currently using in their projects. Through being involved in this roundtable, you will learn how to maximise best practice onsite and reduce risk, up to 60%. The roundtable will be focused on the below themes but these are used as a guideline only; the session will be 30 minutes whereby tables must choose 3 of their top challenges they have faced across various projects. There will be 20 minutes to discuss the themes and 10 minutes to evaluate and feedback.
  • Assessing the capability of your workforce to assist in the identification and evaluation of your bottom line of operational acceptance
  • The variation of the perception of risk: Assessing the role of culture, management and the ageing workforce when measuring risk
  • Best practice in recommendation and assessment of technology and movement maintenance

Mark Lees

Engineering & Services Lead
Shell

1:00 PM - 1:30 PM Technology Demonstration Segment Series 2

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Networking Lunch Break

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM Balancing Inspection with Operational Downtime to Ensure you Don’t Impact Financial Turnover

Mahendra Kumaar Rastogi, Vice President - Inspection & Reliability, Bharat Oman Refineries
  • Utilising automatic periodic inspection software to assist with early anomaly identification and faster operational turnover
  • Fixing time as down time: Assessing scheduling strategies to limit down time when maintenance is being carried out on an asset
  • Analysing failures and consequences to assess how they drive risk ranked assessments
  • Examining risk ranking and cost benefit analysis to assist in deciding where resources are allocated

Mahendra Kumaar Rastogi

Vice President - Inspection & Reliability
Bharat Oman Refineries

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM Risk Management: Stabilizing Margins in An Over-supplied Oil Market and the Impact on the Industry

Chandra Dev Singh, Head of Derivatives- Risk Management, International Trade, Bharat Petroleum
  • In-depth examples of how to utilize various energy hedging strategies including futures, options, and swaps
  • Examples of various hedging strategies covering crude oil and natural gas
  • Developing an energy hedging and risk management policy
  • Designing and implementing an energy hedging program

Chandra Dev Singh

Head of Derivatives- Risk Management, International Trade
Bharat Petroleum

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM Roundtable Discussion: International Asset Integrity Maintenance and Management

Aloysius Peter, Business Solutions Architect, Uniper Energy
This roundtable will gather an understanding of the practices of professionals working within asset integrity maintenance and management around the globe. The session will draw on the challenges and strategies, which professionals similar to you have used and are currently using in their projects. Through being involved in this roundtable, you will learn how to maximise best practice onsite and extend your structures. The roundtable will be focused on the below themes but these are used as a guideline only; the session will be 30 minutes whereby tables must choose 3 of their top challenges they have faced across various international projects. There will be 20 minutes to discuss the themes and 10 minutes to evaluate and feedback.
  • Analysing the operating model and the role in which it plays in the process and planning of maintaining the integrity of your assets
  • Ownership and operation: Assessing the role ownership and operation has when rationalising maintenance and the importance of integrity costs
  • Assessing non-direct and direct operational and production costs: Ensuring integrity costs are ensuring ROI

Aloysius Peter

Business Solutions Architect
Uniper Energy

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM Converting £100,000 Maintenance Costs to Savings: Critical Assessment and Evaluation to Ensure the Management, Maintenance and ROI of your Assets

Swapnil Sharma, Maintenance Manager, Cairn India
  • Applying best practice for your critical assessment: Evaluating what is best for the size of your plant, asset and your strategic plan
  • Planning for financial consequences: Highlighting anomalies in your repetition plans to identify affected areas before they become problematic
  • Fighting time and resource: Examining long and short term contingency plans to extend the life of structures and prolong upgrades
  • Re-establishing the importance of powerful prediction and inspection tools to ensure sustainability and higher returns on your investments

Swapnil Sharma

Maintenance Manager
Cairn India

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM Technology Demonstration Segment Series 3

5:00 PM - 5:30 PM Roundtable Discussion: Certification and Compliance for Stacking Equipment

Geir Rolland, Head Of Asset Mainenance, Songa Offshore OS&E Norway AS
This roundtable will gather an understanding of the practices of professionals working within asset integrity maintenance and management specifically focusing on compliance around stacking. The session will draw on the challenges and strategies, which professionals similar to you have used and are currently using in their projects. Through being involved in this roundtable, you will learn how to implement an effective strategy for compliance around stacking and maximising the most effective common approach between all stakeholders. The roundtable will be focused on the below themes but these are used as a guideline only; the session will be 30 minutes whereby tables must choose 3 of their top challenges they have faced across various projects. There will be 20 minutes to discuss the themes and 10 minutes to evaluate and feedback.
  • Analysing the right time to start the stacking compliance certification process
  • Compliance, costs and risk: Why to do it and where to do it
  • Amalgamating the practices of stakeholders: Performing the process and getting verification for stacking equipment

Geir Rolland

Head Of Asset Mainenance
Songa Offshore OS&E Norway AS

5:30 PM - 5:45 PM Chair’s Closing Remarks

Carlos Tan, Group EHS Advisor, Emirates National Oil Company

Carlos Tan

Group EHS Advisor
Emirates National Oil Company

5:45 PM - 6:45 PM End of Conference and Networking Drinks