Day Two

8:30 AM - 9:00 AM REGISTRATION & REFRESHMENTS



9:00 AM - 9:10 AM CHAIRMAN’S WELCOME

9:10 AM - 9:50 AM INTERFACE MANAGEMENT: OVERCOMING THE COMPLEXITY OF CONTRACTOR MANAGEMENT AND DELIVERING EFFICIENCY SAVINGS

John Thropp, Interface Lead, Maria project, Wintershall Norge AS
  • Stating the obvious? Increasing complexity requires greater control
  • How can you create a strategy for managing interfaces?
  • Creating a better understanding of project and contracting strategies
  • Adding value: Seeing the big picture, finding challenges early

John Thropp

Interface Lead, Maria project
Wintershall Norge AS

9:50 AM - 10:30 AM ASSET HEALTH VS. TURNAROUND PLANNING

Csaba Feher, Head of Maintenance & Technology, MOL
  • General issues in TA planning
  • How to unify asset related systems
  • What are the key drivers for planning?
  • A MOL Case study: Challenges, successes and lessons learnt

Csaba Feher

Head of Maintenance & Technology
MOL

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM MORNING BREAK & NETWORKING

11:00 AM - 11:40 AM EFFECTIVE METHODS FOR MANAGING A PROLONGED TURNAROUND CYCLE

Dario Niciforo, Turnaround Manager, Lukoil
  • TA cycle vs. asset integrity
  • What complexities can arise from a prolonged TA cycle?
  • How can we more accurately forecast TA time and cost?
  • TA planning vs. inspection planning/results

Dario Niciforo

Turnaround Manager
Lukoil

11:40 AM - 12:20 PM THE A-Z OF DEALING WITH OPPORTUNISTIC SHUTDOWNS OR UNPLANNED OUTAGES

Mohamed Elsayed Mohamed, Maintenance Planning Team Leader, Egyptian Ethylene & Derivatives Company
  • Differentiating between turnarounds and opportunistic shutdowns
  • Plotting a roadmap to success, stage by stage
  • Decision making and scenario planning
  • Understanding the shutdown lifecycle, timeline and what this means to management
  • Execution and close out

Mohamed Elsayed Mohamed

Maintenance Planning Team Leader
Egyptian Ethylene & Derivatives Company

12:20 PM - 1:00 PM MANAGING RISK: CAPTURING REAL-TIME DATA AND INFORMATION OF ASSETS

Mohan Heble, Senior Maintenance Planner, Dugas
  • Identifying the areas where there is insufficient or no data available
  • Data related to the Golden Triangle of STO – scope, time and cost documentation
  • Periodic review of collected data and how best to utilise it
  • Assessing the impact of data on future shutdowns and turnarounds

Mohan Heble

Senior Maintenance Planner
Dugas

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM NETWORKING LUNCH

2:00 PM - 2:40 PM SETTING THE COMMON OHS SYSTEM FOR AN INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTION ORGANISATION

Dariusz Latka, Senior Specialist, Regional and Group OHS and Fire Prevention Coordination Department, PKN Orlen


Dariusz Latka

Senior Specialist, Regional and Group OHS and Fire Prevention Coordination Department
PKN Orlen

2:40 PM - 3:20 PM COMPREHENSIVE SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: INTEGRATING TECHNICAL ELEMENTS, HUMAN FACTORS AND REGULATIONS

Dr. Henry Tan, Senior Lecturer, University of Aberdeen
  • Making the best use of available pipeline data for integrity management
  • Maintenance decision making accounting for both human and technical reliabilities;
  • Hermeneutic approach to safety policies

Dr. Henry Tan

Senior Lecturer
University of Aberdeen

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

3:50 PM - 4:20 PM MYSTERY ROUNDTABLE 1

The content will be based on the most pressing challenge raised in the opening conference session

3:50 PM - 4:20 PM MYSTERY ROUNDTABLE 2

The content will be based on the 2nd most pressing challenge raised in the opening conference session

3:50 PM - 4:20 PM MYSTERY ROUNDTABLE 3

The content will be based on the 3rd most pressing challenge raised in the opening conference session

4:20 PM - 5:20 PM FOCUS GROUP: PREPARING FOR KNOWN UNKNOWNS: CHALLENGES OF OPERATING OIL / GAS FED FACILITIES IN THE LOOMING PERIOD OF FREQUENT FORCED SHUTDOWNS

Dr. Hooman Peimani, Visiting Research Fellow, Center for Energy Governance & Security, Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea
Forced shutdowns due to major interruptions in oil and gas supplies will likely increase in frequency as a consequence of the a number of key factors including:

  • Unavailability of adequate supplies and export concerns
  • Human factors i.e. armed conflicts and major civilian unrest in oil and gas-supplying countries, imposing further sanctions on the oil and gas industries
  • Cyber-attacks on the oil and gas-producing countries and facilities
  • Worsening climate change

Join this focus group, led by Dr. Hooman Peimani, and gain an in-depth knowledge of how best to prepare for such known unknowns, how to combat indirect threats and how to prevent further disruptions.


Dr. Hooman Peimani

Visiting Research Fellow, Center for Energy Governance & Security
Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea

5:20 PM - 5:30 PM CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING THOUGHTS & CLOSE OF EVENT