Asset Integrity 2017
Integrity, ageing and life extension for oil and gas assets
5 October 2017, Aberdeen UK
The Energy Institute will hold the next annual asset integrity management conference on 5 October 2017 at The Marcliffe Hotel in Aberdeen.
This year’s conference will explore the latest industry strategies, best practice, research, lessons learned and innovative thinking surrounding the wide range of issues that affect oil and gas assets.
The event enables the learning and sharing of good practice between companies and industries, and offer excellent networking opportunities with delegates from around the world representing operating companies, suppliers, consultancies, and academia.
Dr Cameron Stewart CEng FEI, Upstream Technical Manager, Energy Institute
Jim MacRae FEI, Integrity Manager, TechnipFMC
Accelerating asset integrity to reduce operating costs and extend the life of UKCS infrastructure
Rebecca Allison, Asset Integrity Solution Centre Manager, Oil and Gas Technology Centre
Key verification and governance enhancement messages
Richard Potter, Principal Inspector, UK Health and Safety Executive (HSE)
How to successfully tether a Pig: Gannet GC1-04 inspection
Michael Cridland, Pipelines Engineer, Shell UK
Sureflex JIP - the latest flexible pipe:
Operational experience and integrity management guidance
Ian MacLeod CEng, Engineering Manager, Wood Group
Chris Overton, Senior Pipeline Engineer, Repsol Sinopec Resources UK
Operating integrity assessment of unbonded flexible pipes
David Barnard, Technical Authority, Flexlife
Hydrocarbon leak prevention. The importance of managing asset and operational integrity
Ashley Hynds CEng, HM Principal Inspector of Health & Safety - Process Engineering, Health & Safety Executive (HSE)
Developing guidelines for the life extension for safe operation of gas turbines
Peter Davies CEng, Consultant, PGD Engineering Services
Karl Grieve CEng, Lead Rotating Equipment Support Engineer, Repsol Sinopec Resources UK
Delivering 500m GBP in additional production and reduced costs per annum through Non-Intrusive Inspection (NII) in the UKCS basin
Alan D’Ambrogio, Vice President - Oil and Gas, ABB
Flow Excited Acoustic Resonance (FEAR). What is it and should you be worried?
Jim McGhee, Vibration Engineering Technical Lead, Xodus Group
Integrity programme development for the last few years of an offshore asset’s operational life and developing a program for a “Lighthoused” asset
Donald Brown, Lead Engineer, Apollo
Proactively maintaining the integrity of well conductors and caissons on mature assets
Facilitated by Graham Aitken, Corrosion Monitoring Technical Manager and Gareth Urukalo, Composite Repair Senior Technical Engineer, ICR
Maximising production by reducing the risk of vibration fatigue on aging assets
Facilitated by Robert Swindell CEng, Vibration Engineering Lead, Wood Group
Optimising the Asset Integrity Management process for ageing assets
Facilitated by Helen West, UK Operations Director, Asset Integrity Services, Lloyd’s Register
Asset Integrity Management as a business discipline: what should the industry expect of us how wide should our skill set be?
Facilitated by Innes Auchterlonie, Managing Director, IMRANDD
Life Extension post KP4 and at 50US$ oil. Addressing the competing challenges of asset integrity, cost reduction and increasing production efficiency
Facilitated by Andy Hollins, Lead Principal Consultant, ABB Consulting
The day will end with a reception from 17.15 - 19.00, also held at the Marcliffe Hotel.
Delegates, speakers and industry guests will be able to network and continue conversations had at the conference in a less formal format, whilst enjoying a drink and nibbles.
More about Asset 2017
The Marcliffe Hotel
N Deeside Rd, Pitfodels, Aberdeen AB15 9YA
8.00 - Registration and refreshments
8.30 - Conference starts
17.10 - Conference concludes
17.15 - Drinks reception
19.00 - Event ends
Who should attend?
This conference will be of interest to managers, engineers, technical authorities and specialities working in the area of plant and asset integrity for the oil and gas industry, including those with responsibilities for managing corrosion, fabric maintenance, life extension, and regulation and compliance.
Delegates already registered include representatives from:
- Aramco Overseas
- Costain Upstream
- CAN Group
- Husky Energy
- Marathon Oil
- NSMP Operations
- Repsol Sinopec
Get extra value from the EI on Asset Integrity knowledge and guidance
Asset 2017 delegates get an exclusive discount on the EI's latest corrosion management, asset integrity and life extension publications.
These recently published guidance documents are designed to provide engineers with essential good practice information to help optimise corrosion management processes and address asset integrity and life extension offshore.
Latest titles include:
- Guidelines on the corrosion management of offshore oil and gas production facilities: addressing asset ageing and life extension (ALE)
- Guidelines for the materials selection and corrosion management of downhole production and injection well equipment
- Guidelines on sand erosion and erosion-corrosion management
- Guidelines for life extension of offshore installations
- Guidance on integrity testing for offshore installation temporary refuges
- Guidelines for the use of anti-corrosion tape systems for process pipework
- Guidance on the preservation and recommissioning of existing combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) plant
Delegates registered to attend Asset 2017 get a discount of up to 30% off each publication.
To enquire about this offer please contact us.
For information on EI publications visit: publishing.energyinst.org
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