Day One

8:00 AM - 8:45 AM REGISTRATION & REFRESHMENTS

8:45 AM - 9:00 AM CHAIRMAN’S WELCOME

9:00 AM - 9:20 AM INTERACTIVE ICEBREAKER SESSION: WHAT ARE YOUR CONFERENCE OBJECTIVES?

To boost networking and interactivity, the conference will begin with an opportunity for everybody to get to know one another. Attendees will then have 15 minutes to discuss their key objectives for attending the conference, which will be collated and used to influence tomorrow’s Mystery Roundtable Discussions.

9:20 AM - 10:20 AM INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP: EVALUATING AND JUSTIFYING ALTERNATIVE SHUTDOWN TIMINGS OR INTERVALS

John Woodhouse, Managing Director, TWPL
  • A detailed look at breakthrough methods for analysis of competing priorities
  • R&D collaboration: The results of a 5-year international programme
  • Live case study demonstrations including examples demonstrating interval extensions of 30-100%
  • Learn how to bridge the gaps between technical arguments, risk/integrity and financial/resourcing impact

John Woodhouse

Managing Director
TWPL

10:00 AM - 10:40 AM BALANCING COST EFFECTIVENESS WITH PERFORMANCE IN A ROLLING REHABILIATION PROGRAM

Sherif El Nabawy, Projects and Engineering Manager, GUPCO - BP JV
  • The challenges of a mature asset: Integrity vs. extended operating life
  • A rehabilitation project: The Gulf of Suez Petroleum company cost effectiveness case study covering:

1. Building a local capability for major projects in Egypt
2. Utilising existing GUPCO resources for execution
3. Challenges, successes and lessons learnt

Sherif El Nabawy

Projects and Engineering Manager
GUPCO - BP JV

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM MORNING BREAK & NETWORKING



11:30 AM - 12:10 PM OPTIMISING COST CONTROL PRACTICES TO ENSURE SUCCESSFUL OUTAGE MANAGEMENT

Julie Leavitt, Director of Administrative Services, PacifiCorp
  • Conforming to more rigid budget constraints
  • More competitive contractor bidding
  • Post outage billing delays
  • Material returns and timing
  • Comprehensive work scope improvement

Julie Leavitt

Director of Administrative Services
PacifiCorp

12:10 PM - 1:00 PM ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: IMPROVING PLANT RELIABILITY AND EQUIPMENT AVAILABILITY WITH AN EFFECTIVE STO STRATEGY

Theophilus Agbonifo, Asset Integrity and Long Term Activity Coordinator, Nigeria LNG
  • How an effective STO strategy affects reliability and increases profitability
  • Inspection, repair, replacement improvement activities and restart of the asset / restoration to expected performance levels
  • Understanding the main challenges in managing STOs effectively and ways to overcome those challenges

Theophilus Agbonifo

Asset Integrity and Long Term Activity Coordinator
Nigeria LNG

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM NETWORKING LUNCH

2:00 PM - 2:40 PM BALANCING COST EFFECTIVENESS WITH PERFORMANCE

Adeel Younus Memon, Senior Contracts Administrator, China Petroleum Engg. & Const. Corporation
  • Understanding the critical risks–failure modes, actions, and consequences of failure associated with a system
  • Mathematical and statistical concepts required for data-driven model construction
  • How to align model output with strategic priorities such as maintenance costs, spare holding levels, and risk of unplanned system downtime

Adeel Younus Memon

Senior Contracts Administrator
China Petroleum Engg. & Const. Corporation

2:40 PM - 3:20 PM UTILISING LEAN TOOLS IN PREPARING AND MANAGING EFFECTIVE SHUTDOWNS AND TURNAROUNDS

Ahmed Abdel-Zaher Khalifa, Planning and Turnaround Manager, Sidi-Kerir Petrochemicals
  • The importance of lean shutdown preparation and management concepts for creating flow, eliminating waste and optimising resources
  • What works best? An in-depth look at the lean tools that can be used to preserve success and minimising wastage
  • Case study examples of practical application and how they have performed

Ahmed Abdel-Zaher Khalifa

Planning and Turnaround Manager
Sidi-Kerir Petrochemicals

3:20 PM - 3:50 PM AFTERNOON & NETWORKING

3:50 PM - 4:30 PM LEVERAGING LESSONS LEARNED FROM PREVIOUS STOs

Jeffrey Poloni, Manager, Engineering & Environmental, PacifiCorp
  • Process improvement methodology
  • Process standardisation guidelines
  • Project documentation
  • Feedback solicitation
  • Culture change, buy-in and ownership

Jeffrey Poloni

Manager, Engineering & Environmental
PacifiCorp

4:30 PM - 5:30 PM INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP: MAXIMISING THE ROLE OF THE ASSET MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (AMS)/CMMS IN SHUTDOWNS / TURNAROUNDS

Ahmed Kotb, Asset Performance Data S. Engineer, TRANSCO
  • Shutdown Objectives
  • Designing AMS/CMMS to include shutdown requirements
  • Main objectives of managing shutdowns through AMS/CMMS
  • Understanding relations between shutdown phases and AMS/CMMS implementation phases
  • Main Shutdown Phases and Elements
  • Main AMS/CMMS implementation stages and elements
  • Phases of inclusion of shutdown requirements in AMS/CMMS
  • Shutdown requirements and the role of AMS/CMMS in each

Ahmed Kotb

Asset Performance Data S. Engineer
TRANSCO

5:30 PM - 5:45 PM CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING THOUGHTS & CLOSE OF DAY ONE

5:45 PM - 5:45 PM NETWORKING DRINKS & GALA DINNER