Optimise performance, processes and production to achieve asset integrity assurance
The Wood Report into maximising recovery of oil from the UKCS, released 24th February 2014, has called for “significantly improved asset stewardship” as one of the key factors in exploiting more resources from the UKCS. More importantly, for those working in the asset integrity field, the report highlights “safety performance and integrity management” as two of the eight key critical indicators to improving asset stewardship!
As the vast majority of platforms in the North Sea nearing the end of their lifecycles, implementing a robust asset integrity programme is crucial for companies operating in the region. With this in mind, the 9th Annual Asset Integrity Management Summit looks to address the impact of aging assets on maintenance, HSE and production, and looks to determine the most economical and effective solutions for operators to overcome these challenges!
Join senior asset managers, corrosion specialists, maintenance professionals, process safety and HSE specialists along with asset and offshore installation managers from oil and gas operators in Aberdeen to:
Explore maintenance and inspection strategies that will contribute to a safe, productive and efficient operating environment
Gain insight into strategies for employee competency management that can be implemented to improve the effectiveness of risk reducing programmes through training and internal communication
Hear current case studies from leading solution and service providers on asset risk management, offering crucial strategies in minimizing risk, key developments in software and analysis tools along with tried and tested key performance indicators
Compare key corrosion solutions, treatments, and strategies to aid in upkeep and battle against hydrocarbon releases
Learn how to effectively extend the life of mature assets from leading regional case studies
From Management Systems to Action Patterns: Stig Stellberg, Statoil
In this presentation from Asset Integrity Management Aberdeen 2012, Stig Stellberg, Compliance and Leadership Manager at Statoil, define the pattern of behaviour required to increase control and learning in our day to day work, as well as the leadership and the interaction required to enforce risk management, control and learning. He also looks at the strategies to enable leaders to drive through a control and risk based pattern of behaviour by training and coaching.