NORTH AMERICAMain Conference: September 18-19, 2012Scope Management Focus Day: September 17, 2012Hyatt Regency New Orleans...
SCOPE MANAGEMENT FOCUS DAY:MONDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 201208:30	 Registration and Refreshments                                  ...
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  1. 1. NORTH AMERICAMain Conference: September 18-19, 2012Scope Management Focus Day: September 17, 2012Hyatt Regency New Orleans, Louisiana, USAOptimize your planning methods and Turnaround Experts sharing their insights include:execution strategies for efficient Mike Grabill, Turnaround Specialist, BP Haije Stigter, Team Lead Operations Support, Shellturnaround management Dave Lowry, Central Maintenance Lead, Shell Steven Suykens, Operational Turnaround andJoin us at Shutdowns and Turnarounds North American - the Project Manager Independent Belgian Refinery NVleading TAR conference and 11th edition in a global series - Dan Sawyer, Turnaround Professionalfocused on the full life-cycle of shutdowns and turnarounds, from Tom McCusker, Regional Director, Plant Assetinitial planning through to restart. By learning from some of the Management, Petrofacmost challenging shutdown and turnaround case studies, you can John A. McLay, President, JMC Consultingmaximize efficiency, minimize downtime and reduce risks for your Paul Komperda, Global Technical Director, Zymenext TAR project. Flow Decon Technology Clarence P Monteiro, Principle, TeamWork Group .Key areas of discussion for 2012 include: Peter Haar, CEO, Peter Haar Consulting Craig Pindell, Reliability and Planning Specialist,• HSE: Learn the latest safety assurance techniques through a Craig Pindell Consulting “ special safety focus section – and implement them into your next turnaround• Managing Contractors: Perform inductions that communicate the ‘Very valuable from a standards expected and assure the competence of all personnel• Quality Control: Assessing different operator measures to ensure knowledge and lessons quality assurance learnt perspective’• Scope Management: Aligning your management strategy to ensure Mekriban Kaziyeva, BP (Caspian Sea) that your TAR reaches completion in your projected time-frame and Exploration Ltd does not increase in scope or complexity• Decontamination: Learn about the latest technologies and ‘A very good conference. techniques to save time, money, and improve HSE Very good to share issues and solutions’Scope Management Focus Day: September 17, 2012 William Cochill, PetrofacAn interactive workshop environment exploring the practical steps youcan take to manage the scope of your turnaround planningLed by John A. McLay, President, JMC Consulting www.ShutdownsAndTurnarounds.us T: +1 646 378 6026 E: enquire@iqpc.co.ukSPONSORS
  2. 2. SCOPE MANAGEMENT FOCUS DAY:MONDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 201208:30 Registration and Refreshments 12.30 Networking Coffee Break08:45 Chairman’s Opening Remarks 13.30 Turnaround WorkScope Development in Practice: A Practical Guide Turnaround success is aligned closely with the development 09:00 Turnaround Work Scope Development: A full procedure of an optimized workscope. If your workscope is not clearly defined, it can have a critical impact on your To maximize the available planning time it is important turnaround performance, and lead to costly overruns. to understand when the work scope starts, how the work This session explains the critical considerations when scope is generated, what information is required to develop putting together a scope optimization plan and highlights the work package and where that information can be which have the largest impact on your turnaround success. sourced. Armed with this information the schedule, initial budget, detailed budget, control budget and work list cut-off • Learn the factors which have the biggest impact on your date will have increased accuracy and provide realistic scope optimization process targets. • Develop a risk based methodology to learn where your exposure is, and produce actions to limit it Objective: • Work with your steering committee to develop and • The main objective is to provide the participant a logical execute a scope optimization plan – and drastically and progressive pattern of Work Scope Development for improve your next turnaround the both plant assets and work scope support systems. • To define the origins of the master technical file for both 17.00 End of Focus Day the plant assets and support systems – they start in the construction design stage but how and why • True or False: 80% of the known work for the next START YOUR turnaround is available 90 days after the last one? • Why must the full turnaround team or designate be LEARNING involved in the review of each work package: plant asset EXPERIENCE NOW: and support plan • How to make a plan to set the work list cut-off date and Visit our Online then follow the plan Download Center • What is a checklist, how does it work, when should it be applied and why must each one be plant specific; but where do you start. Start your learning experience early at Key ingredient: the full turnaround team and steering www.ShutdownsAndTurnarounds.us. committee must understand the process and therefore will You can also Online Resource Center to get your benefit from this training. hands on exclusive material from the speakers and other industry experts with resources such as Each participant will be provided a series of worksheets and presentations, white papers and podcasts. Check be encouraged to participate in the interactive discussions. back regularly because new material will be added Bring your problems and pet peeves – we want them. frequently in the run up to the event. sample Scotland’s finest whiskies. John A. McLay, President, JMC Consulting and acclaimed author of “Practical Management for Plant Turnarounds” www.ShutdownsAndTurnarounds.us
  3. 3. CONFERENCE DAY ONE:Tuesday September 18, 201208:30 Registration and Refreshments 13:50 Preparing production equipment, process equipment, benzene, LEL and H2S contaminated equipment for safer 08:45 Chairman’s Opening Remarks and faster maintenance Mike Grabill, Turnaround Specialist, BP • Explore a unique decontamination method for freeing refinery and petrochemical plants, vessels and lines of several 09:00 Keynote: Turnaround Management best practice common hazardous materials in order to make these vessels • Identifying the similarities and differences between different safe for personnel entry industry turnarounds • Examine why the ability to deal with so many contaminations • The planning process: What are the critical considerations to as a part of one application promotes both speed and safety take into account when planning major turnarounds and provides numerous benefits • Building a comprehensive plan to be monitored throughout • Investigate how the method presented is able to reduce the outage, ensuring that deadlines are met and management cost, reduce personnel risk, reduce pyrophoric risks have full visibility over where the outage is, and where it to vessels, reduce cleaning and decontamination time and should be promote environmentally sensitive methods as viable choices • How can we as an industry overcome the problems of for hazard reduction contractor ‘ownership’ of the project? • Discover that these goals can be achieved in greatly reduced John A. McLay, President, JMC Consulting and acclaimed time compared to conventional technologies, providing author of “Practical Management for Plant Turnarounds” significant cost benefits to the operator09:40 Minimise incidents and unplanned shutdowns using a Paul Komperda, Global Technical Director, Zyme Flow risk management process Decon Technology • Developing a risk matrix which identifies the areas where 14:30 Coffee and Networking Break accidents are most likely to occur • Implement a management process to mitigate the risks 15:00 Scaffolding: The Challenges associated with these activities • Discover how early phase engagement is key to ensuring all • Utilising other control methods to minimise hazards and aspects of successful turnaround management: Scope, ensure compliance quality, safety, duration, cost Mike Grabill, Turnaround Specialist, BP • Ensure that the individual contractors have a full awareness of what has been agreed by their company10:20 Coffee and Networking Break • The critical nature of the contractor induction phase – To get 10:50 Speed Networking Session this wrong is to put the whole project in jeopardy Speed networking will enable you to meet a selection of • Conducting meetings on a one to one basis, providing extra conference attendees within a short time and ensure an open coaching to increase contractor buy in discussion throughout the conference. Take advantage of Dave Lowry, Central Maintenance Lead, Shell this informal networking session to meet with other turnaround 15:40 Ensuring quality control during shutdowns through professionals. Don’t forget to bring your business card! contractor relation building11:30 Introduction to Integrated STO Management - using an • How safety systems should be set up on site, making sure integrated solution to manage the following processes: that safety policies are applied evenly between owners, • WBS-based Scope Development, Estimating and Budgeting contractors and safety representatives including Risk Assessment and Mitigation; • Ensure all personnel remain compliant with the rules and • Procurement Cycle and Contracting Process Management; procedures of the site • Planning, Scheduling and Execution including Safety • Perform inductions that communicate the standards expected Assessment, Mitigation and Permitting; and assure the competence of all personnel • Forecasting, Earned Value-based Reporting, KPI Tracking, • Plan work scopes realistically and effectively ensuring that the Change Management, Lessons Learned, Electronic Approvals, project is on time and within budget Asset History 16:20 Panel Discussion: With owners competing for talent • Integration with corporate sources such as: ERP (SAP), from a limited skills pool, what can be done to ensure Schedule (P6, MSP), EAM, CMMS that all turnaround work is completed to a high standard? Clarence P Monteiro, Principle, TeamWork Group . • Identifying the key areas of turnaround work that are not 12:10 Working in confined spaces: Building awareness of steps carried out to a high enough standard you can take to minimize risks • Weighing up the pros and cons of different assurance • Ensuring that our health and safety duties to those who work systems such as the tag system on our facilities are met • Independent Owners: How can they compete for skills with • Developing methodologies which reduce the need to enter the giants? confined spaces • Coordination: Can turnarounds be scheduled so that the best • Ensuring that the atmosphere is safe to breathe in confined talent is more often available? spaces whenever entry is necessary Steven Suykens, Operational Turnaround and Project • Utilising technology to alert personnel to the danger Manager, Independent Belgian Refinery NV Steven Suykens, Operational Turnaround and Project Dan Sawyer, Turnaround Professional Manager, Independent Belgian Refinery NV Mike Grabill, Turnaround Specialist, BP12:50 Lunch and Networking Break 17:00 Chairman’s Summar 17:15 Networking Drinks Reception www.ShutdownsAndTurnarounds.us
  4. 4. CONFERENCE DAY TWO:Wednesday September 19, 201208:30 Registration and Refreshments 14:00 Are We There Yet? - Tools and Techniques to Assess Your Plant’s Shutdown Readiness08:45 Chairman’s Opening Remarks • Develop a shutdown assessment plan that provides solid feedback on all your deficiencies and strengths09:00 Case Study: Last year’s shutdown at an offshore • Learn the tricks of the trade to match scope, cost and production site duration • Preparation: Aligning people with the schedule and process • Ensure that you take full advantage of the previous lessons • Parts resourcing: How we avoided discovering incorrect learned specification parts when it was too late • Develop the necessary actions, owners and timelines to • Cost control: Planning and tracking for project costs, not address issues before they become problems. direct costs • Proven methods for determining schedule readiness • Planning for skills availability: How we ensured that the most Dan Sawyer, Turnaround Professional able staff were available – through co-operation and integrated planning with our competitors 14:40 Coffee and Networking Break Haije Stigter, Team Lead Operations Support, Shell 15:20 Ensuring safety during shutdown planning while 09:50 Session Reserved for Global Vapor Control minimizing the impact on productivity • A crucial function that the turnaround industry must address SAFETY CRITICAL ELEMENTS is developing the methodologies which ensure safety while 10.30 Networking Coffee Break not impacting on productivity levels • Examine the implications of process safety related plant 11:50 Scope Management: failures for the energy industry • Planning for each outcome: Some tasks will form your ‘ • Create process safety indicators in your turnaround projects concrete’ plan, others will need to be flexible so that safety performance can be reviewed – Just because • Ensuring that your flexible plans have back ups to mitigate the an accident didn’t happen, it doesn’t mean there were not risks risks • Monitor the performance of leading indicators and identify • Front end loading: Making sure that the work is always done trends for safer future projects in the planning time, not the execution – This includes pre- • Prioritise work and shutdown planning to raise safety shutdown and inspections to minimise unexpected outcomes performance to higher standard • Using an assessment method which grades your ability to Craig Pindell, Reliability and Planning Specialist, Craig manage critical tasks in the event of a deviation from the Pindell Consulting original plans Peter Haar, CEO, Peter Haar Consulting 16:00 Panel Discussion: Offshore vs. Onshore • Explore the similarities and differences between the 11:40 Session Reserved for Global Vapor Control challenges of onshore and offshore turnarounds • Examine the timescale differences, as well as the life-cycle 12:50 Lunch and Networking Break costings MAINTENANCE & INSPECTION • Debate and share the lessons learned from both sectors • This session will be facilitated by experts from the onshore 13:20 Roundtable Discussions - worst case scenario: and offshore world Delegates will form discussion groups and be given John A. McLay, President, JMC Consulting and acclaimed a problem solving activity. They will need to work author of “Practical Management for Plant Turnarounds” together to come to a conclusion on the best course of Mike Grabill, Turnaround Specialist, BP Tom McCusker, Regional Director, Plant Asset action, and present their findings to the audience. Management, Petrofac 17:00 Close of conference www.ShutdownsAndTurnarounds.us
  5. 5. NORTH AMERICASponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities About OilMaximise Your Involvement: Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities and Gas IQOil and Gas IQ’s Shutdowns and Turnarounds North America 2012 is attended by senior officials and Oil and Gas IQ is an informationdecision-makers from industry, bringing together buyers and suppliers in one location. based portal dedicated toFocused and high-level, the event will be an excellent platform to initiate new business relationships. providing the latest oil news andWith tailored networking, sponsors can achieve the face-to-face contact that overcrowded trade gas news. We explore Oil andshows cannot deliver. Gas industry developments and facilitate the continued learningExhibiting and Sponsorship options are extensive, and packages can be tailor-made to suit your of oil and gas professionals. Weindividual company’s needs. Most packages include complimentary entry passes, targeted offer 100 technical and strategicmarketing to industry officials and executives, and bespoke networking opportunities. oil and gas conferences acrossOther features of sponsorship include: Europe, Asia, the US and the• Prominent exhibition space in the main conference networking area Middle East. Every year we• Participation in comprehensive pre-event marketing campaigns educate almost 5,000 strategic• Tailored marketing strategies to suit your organisation’s size, capabilities and individual and practical executives requirement annually.For more information and to discuss the right opportunity, contact Luke Dash on Through Oil and Gas IQ, we+44 (0)207 368 9300 or sponsorship@iqpc.co.uk offer newsletters, online oil and gas events & oil and gas seminar presentations to keep you in the know about the technical, strategic and commercial issues that affect your bottom line. We provide a plethora of online content featuring the latest oil news and gas news.SPONSORS MEDIA PARTNERS www.ShutdownsAndTurnarounds.us
  6. 6. Main Conference: September 18 – 19, 2012 Scope Management Focus Day: September 17, 2012 5 WAYS TO REGISTER Hyatt Regency New Orleans, Louisiana, USA Tel: +1 646 378 6026 or +1 800 882 8684 NORTH AMERICA Fax: +1 646 378 6025 Post: your booking form to IQPC Ltd. 535, 5th Avenue, To speed registration, please provide the priority code located on the mailing label or in the box below. New York, NY 10017 My registration code is PDFW Web: www.shutdownsandturnarounds.us Please contact our database manager on +44 (0) 20 7368 9300 or at database@iqpc.co.uk quoting the registration Email: info@iqpc.com code above to inform us of any changes or to remove your details. Team Discounts* Operator Price** IQPC recognises the value of learning in teams. Groups of 3 or more Package Book and Pay Before Book and Pay Before Book and Pay Before Standard booking at the same time from the same company receive a 10% June 1, 2012* July 6, 2012* July 27, 2012* Pricing discount. 5 or more receive a 15% discount. 7 receive a 20% discount. 2-Day Conference and Scope Save $300 Save $200 Save $100 $1,698 Only one discount available per person. Management Focus Day $1,398 $1,498 $1,598 2-Day Conference Only Save $300 Save $200 Save $100 $999 Venue & Accommodation $699 $799 $899 Venue: Hyatt Regency New Orleans, 601 Loyola Avenue, New Orleans, Focus Day Only $699 $699 $699 $699 Louisiana, USA 70113 Tel: +1 504 561 1234 Service/Solution Provider Accommodation: Travel and accommodation is not included in the registration fee. However a number of discounted bedrooms have been Package Book and Pay Before Book and Pay Before Book and Pay Before Standard reserved at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans. 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