PACE: Process and Critical Equipment Conference in Dubai, Sept 24-25

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PACE: Process and Critical Equipment
The key to optimising asset performance efficiency and management is by integrating the equipments,
processes and people.

Join me for a great learning experience. I will be the keynote and will presenting a paper as well. We have some great talent attending, see you in Dubai.

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PACE: Process and Critical Equipment Conference in Dubai, Sept 24-25

  1. 1. PACE: Process and Critical Equipment The key to optimising asset performance efficiency and management is by integrating the equipments, processes and people conferences Al Ghurair Rayhaan by Rotana, Dubai, United Arab Emirates 24th & 25th September 2013 Ensuring productivity, integrity and reliability of your critical equipments by promoting an effective and holistic approach in inspection, maintenance, process improvements and asset management. Featuring Keynote Presentations and Expert Insights From: Kaizad Sunavala Global Refining Advisor – Design for Reliability Chevron, US Rory Davin Senior Operations Engineer Centrica Energy, UK William Le Hanie SAP Specialist ORYX GTL, Qatar Abdelaziz Khodier Senior Integrity Manager Egypt LNG, Egypt Saeed Hassan Lead Process Engineer ADMA-OPCO, UAE Andrea Giannotti Operations System Manager LUKOIL, UAE Irshad Muhammad Senior Reliability Engineer Qatargas, Qatar Nasser Toqi MIE Maintenance & Integrity Execution Team Leader Petroleum Development Oman, Oman Farooq Yousaf Process Specialist QAFCO, Qatar Praveen Kishore Pre-Project Leader ADMA-OPCO, UAE Kareem Magdy Senior Mechanical Maintenance & Reliability Engineer BAPETCO, Egypt Mohamed Daoud Manager – Projects Quality Management (Engineering & Projects) Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO), UAE Ashraf Akram Planning General Manager – Power Plant Mass Group Holding Ltd, Iraq Marwan Khazindar Maintenance Integrity Specialist Saudi Aramco, KSA Jaber AL-Nouri General Manager Jordan National Lube Oil Company, Jordan Member of Sayegh Group of Companies Jayprakash Narendrasinh Raj Specialist Engineer QatarGas, Qatar Nasser Khalaf Senior Planner QAPCO, Qatar ManishKumar Shah Advisor-Reliability Engineering Rasgas, Qatar In the Chair: Ricky Smith CMRP Past Chairman – Oil and Gas Special Interest Group Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP) He has more than 30 years of experience working in over hundreds of plants worldwide in reliability, maintenance management and training. He is a well-respected author with his published books, “Lean Maintenance” and “Industrial Repair, Best Maintenance Repair Practices” and “Rules of Thumb in Maintenance and Reliability Engineers”. Excellence is doing ordinary things extraordinarily well John W. Gardner Featuring an Exclusive Joint Presentation by: Andrea Carli Head of Lean Manufacturing Emirates Aluminium (EMAL), UAE Ignacio S. Gatell Senior Manager Business Systems Emirates Aluminium (EMAL), UAE Attend this Premier Streamed Conference and Gain Insight Into: • Extending asset lifecycle through effective maintenance, process and critical equipment management • Assessing risks of high priority assets to minimise the risk of unscheduled equipment downtime • Establishing a holistic asset and plant information management system to increase asset traceability and accountability • Maintaining production capability while preserving the integrity of your critical equipments through effective inspection and maintenance techniques • Developing process optimisation strategies to minimise operating costs • Enhancing speed, accuracy and consistency of your process simulation to deliver increased productivity, improved design quality and profitable operations • Avoiding emergency critical path situations through plant debottlenecking • Exploring asset lifecycle extension and migration strategies to mitigate obsolescence risks Official Online Partner:
  2. 2. Day One Tuesday 24th September 2013 0800 Registration and Morning Coffee 0830 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks Ricky Smith CMRP Past Chairman – Oil and Gas Special Interest Group Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP) 0845 Contact Initiation Session (CIS): In this 15 minutes session, delegates are encouraged to get to know their peers and exchange business cards 0900 Plenary One – Preventing Assets from Premature Ageing and Obsolescence through Time-limited Ageing Analysis Marwan Khazindar Maintenance Integrity Specialist Saudi Aramco 0945 Plenary Two – Application of Design for Reliability (DfR) Approaches: Concepts for Large Scale Capital Projects in Petrochemical Plants and Refineries Kaizad Sunavala Advisor, Global Refining – Design for Reliability, Reliability Center of Excellence Chevron 1030 Coffee and Networking Break STREAM ONE CRITICAL EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT 1045 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks Ricky Smith CMRP Past Chairman – Oil and Gas Special Interest Group Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP) 1100 Expert Presentation: Performing an Effective Criticality Analysis to Optimise Asset Reliability • Reviewing Criticality Analysis and its significance in equipment prioritisation - Definition of Criticality - Criticality versus Importance - Criticality as an enabler • Implementing proper design of a Criticality Assessment System to accurately assess consequences of failures - Criticality Levels - Categories and Category Weighting Ricky Smith CMRP Past Chairman – Oil and Gas Special Interest Group Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP) 1145 Expert Presentation: Adopting Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) to Evade from Recurring Critical Equipment (CE) Breakdowns and Malfunctions • Collaborate: Building a cross functional Reliability Centred Team to embrace ownership in RCFA • Collect: Achieving failure avoidance by taking into account CE design, current operating conditions, productivity and operations • Analyse: Deciphering initiating cause of CE failures through fault tree analysis • Solve: Recommending corrective actions to prevent recurrence with reasonable certainty Speaker to be Advise 1230 Networking Luncheon 1400 Case Study: Shedding Light on How Production Losses are Structured • Discussing the eight losses impeding equipment utilisation and effectiveness • Analysing losses in the extended supply chain • Providing a complete record of lost production by utilising automated processes • Evaluating Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) to cure losses Jaber AL-Nouri General Manager Jordan National Lube Oil Company Member of Sayegh Group of Companies 1445 Expert Presentation: Discussing an Effective Lifecycle Asset Integrity Management System • Encompassing asset management life cycle for pragmatic and cost effective asset integrity solutions • Providing technical and financial benefits: From concept to decommissioning • Developing a plan to achieve excellence in life cycle asset management • Optimising maintenance and operations strategies to achieve a level of logical, safe, and optimised maintenance approach Abdelaziz Khodier Senior Integrity Manager Egypt LNG 1530 Coffee and Networking Break STREAM TWO PROCESS OPTIMISATION 1045 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks 1100 Expert Presentation: Performing Conceptual and Design Evaluations on Equipment and Overall Process to Enhance Equipment’s Functionality • Conducting Failure Mode, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) study in process design to address high-severity potential failures • Integrating Reliability, Availability and Maintainability (RAM) study in conceptual stage to obtain cost-benefit analysis throughout equipment’s lifespan • Reviewing and examining Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) to thoroughly consider: - Operational sequence - Maintenance aspect - Safety • Reviewing equipment’s original design with current equipment’s functionality to propose equipment re-design Nasser Khalaf Senior Planner QAPCO 1145 Expert Presentation: Enhancing Process Simulation to Best Regulate Relentless Process Changes in Critical Equipment (CE) • Exploiting steady state and dynamic simulations when designing processes and evaluating process changes • Designing control strategies, optimising process parameters and studying process time evolution on process changes • Generating ‘what-if’ simulation scenarios of equipment performance and validating outcomes from process data • Exploiting results from process simulation within your plant debottlenecking process Speaker to be Advise 1230 Networking Luncheon 1400 Case Study: Monitoring and Validating Critical Process Parameters for Processes to be Controlled within Defined Limits • Distinguishing sources of variability that has detrimental effects in CE’s processes as Critical Process Parameters (CPPs) • Defining boundaries of Proven Acceptable Range (PAR) to define a good parameter range without impacting critical quality attributes • Scoring severity, occurrence and detectability for CPPs in CE via process risk assessment throughout CE’s lifecycle • Consistently adjusting and controlling CPPs to their intended targets to reach greater process consistency Praveen Kishore Pre-Project Leader ADMA-OPCO 1445 Expert Presentation: Considering Control System Migration to Provide Enhancements to your Plant Reliability • Appraising best available options to select a control system to increase safety, security and system dependability • Developing economic analysis to ensure cost effectiveness in control system migration • Preparing capital expenditure (CAPEX) needed to provide support for decision making • Putting management of change procedures and process in place to gain continuous control system performance improvements Farooq Yousaf Process Specialist QAFCO 1530 Coffee and Networking Break 1545 R Roundtable Discussion: Setting Quantifiable Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) Across a Variety of Platforms for CE and Processes Roundtable One Inspection and Integrity Facilitated by: Mohamed Daoud Manager – Project Quality Management ADCO Roundtable Two Maintenance and Reliability Facilitated by: Marwan Khazindar Maintenance Integrity Specialist Saudi Aramco Roundtable Three Operations and Production Speaker to be Advise Roundtable Four Process and Plant Speaker to be Advise * At the end of the discussion the roundtable host will summarise the feedback to the rest of the group 1700 Closing Remarks from the Chair and End of Day One
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Day Two Wednesday 25th September 2013 0800 Registration and Morning Coffee 0830 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks Ricky Smith CMRP Past Chairman – Oil and Gas Special Interest Group Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP) 0845 Contact Initiation Session (CIS): In this 15 minutes session, delegates are encouraged to get to know their peers and exchange business cards 0900 Plenary One – Conducting Maintenance and Operational Excellence Evaluation to Achieve Precision in Measuring Equipment’s Performance Andrea Giannotti Operations System Manager LUKOIL 0945 Plenary Two – Managing Physical Asset Reliability from Inception to Grave Jayprakash Narendrasinh Raj Specialist Engineer QatarGas 1030 Coffee and Networking Break STREAM ONE CRITICAL EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT 1045 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks Ricky Smith CMRP Past Chairman – Oil and Gas Special Interest Group Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP) 1100 Joint Presentation: Monitoring, Inspecting and Controlling the Effects of Corrosion on CE • Conducting metallurgical and electrochemical inspections for corrosion of CE • Mitigating material degradation and deterioration through online monitoring of corrosion activities • Accurately quantifying material damage or loss to calculate CE’s remaining useful life • Evaluating risk and material reliability of your CE: Pressurised equipments and pipelines Andrea Carli Head of Lean Manufacturing Emirates Aluminium (EMAL) Ignacio S. Gatell Senior Manager Business Systems Emirates Aluminium (EMAL) 1145 Expert Presentation: Adopting CMMS Business Process to Address Failure Modes, Ensure Effective Equipment Maintenance Strategies and Sustain Reliability of Critical Equipment • Capturing key data to deliver comprehensive asset condition reports and lifetime monitoring of critical plant components • Recognising effective CMMS platforms to better correlate failure and repair data of critical plant equipment • CMMS to enable the 20-80 Principle: The golden rule to identify critical equipment! • Implementing CMMS to improve visibility, better measure, quantify and boost KPIs William Le Hanie SAP Specialist ORYX GTL 1230 Networking Luncheon 1400 Expert Presentation: Managing Critical Rotating Equipments: Maintenance, Repairs, Upgrades and Solutions • Using cause-and-effect diagrams to rectify high vibration problems in rotating equipments • Developing component repairs, spare parts, on-field service and technical support • Providing equipment upgrades for ageing CEs to optimise production in the longer run • Structuring maintenance solutions for specific critical rotating equipments: - Pumps - Compressors - Turbines - Shafts, bearings, gearboxes, valves and other rotating equipment Kareem Magdy Senior Mechanical Maintenance & Reliability Engineer BAPETCO 1445 Case Study: Executing Day-to-Day Maintenance Integrity on Critical Equipment • Logistically preparing a review process on technical basis for equipment criticality review criteria • Conducting equipment criticality review meetings to analyse the assessment results • Utilising technologies to upgrade the critical equipment as per priority • Implementing predictive maintenance practices to increase production and reduce cost ManishKumar Shah Advisor-Reliability Engineering Rasgas, Qatar 1530 Coffee and Networking Break STREAM TWO PROCESS OPTIMISATION 1045 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks 1100 Expert Presentation: Accelerating Your Plant’s Operability and Capacity through Debottlenecking • Exploring plant design conditions to assess debottlenecking flexibility • Troubleshooting and revamp during debottlenecking to address design errors or inaccuracies in equipment rating • Accelerating the debottlenecking project to timely resume your plant’s operations and production • Considering plant duplication as an alternative to plant debottlenecking to increase throughput Rory Davin Senior Operations Engineer Centrica Energy 1145 Expert Presentation: Incorporating Advanced Process Control and Automation to Avoid Process Disruptions • Implementing collaborative Process Automation System (CPA) to boost process control and efficiency • Utilising flow meter to efficiently monitor and control CE’s pressure • Introducing sensors and communications capabilities to monitor plant-wide process conditions and flows • Observing thermal process in CE to keep temperature measurement under control Irshad Muhammad Senior Reliability Engineer Qatargas, Qatar 1230 Networking Luncheon 1400 Expert Presentation: Utilising Transient Hydraulic Analysis when Conducting Operational Troubleshooting • Hydraulic transient analysis in project design: From beginning to end • Predicting possible effects of hydraulic transients under different standard and emergency scenarios • Evaluating possible precautions and countermeasures to establish a safe operating environment • Developing field data collection and calibration for hydraulic transient analysis models Saeed Hassan Lead Process Engineer ADMA-OPCO 1445 Case Study: Implementing Major Hazard Risk Controls by Promoting Process Safety Management (PSM) Culture • Recognising and developing a list of process safety-critical equipments • Conducting process hazard identification, analysis and risk management via Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOP) • Providing accessibility of information on: - Process design criteria - Process and equipment design - Protective systems • Establishing accountability and internal commitment to infuse process safety Nasser Toqi MIE Maintenance & Integrity Execution Team Leader Petroleum Development Oman 1530 Coffee and Networking Break 1545 R Roundtable Discussion: Evaluating Options to Extend Lifecycle of CE and Processes Roundtable One Managing and Obtaining Spare Parts for Ageing CE that are Nearing Obsolescence Facilitated by: Rory Davin Senior Operations Engineer Centrica Energy Roundtable Two Deliberating on Plant Upgrade Versus Refurbishment to Maximise Value of Existing Plant Facilitated by: Nasser Khalaf Senior Planner QAPCO Roundtable Three Greenfield versus Brownfield Speaker to be Advise Roundtable Four Convincing Management on Equipment Retirement or Disposal Speaker to be Advise * At the end of the discussion the roundtable host will summarise the feedback to the rest of the group 1700 Closing Remarks from the Chair and End of Conference
  4. 4. More About the Event Official Online Partner: Zawya is the leading online business intelligence provider focusing on the Middle East & North Africa, enabling nearly 1 million professionals worldwide to find and connect to the right business and investment opportunities in the region. With unique content and tools including detailed company profiles, timely aggregated news though Zawya-Dow Jones, leading industry and asset class research, an exclusive online network, and direct access to a team of 40+ experts covering most sectors, Zawya provides its users with the intelligence they need to conduct business in MENA. Headquartered in the UAE, Zawya has physical presence in Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, and the USA. For more information, please visit www.zawya.com Testimonial Quotes: It was a great event and very well organised. Thanks. Qatargas One of the best conferences I have attended. The use of technology was well observed. Oman Drydock Company Excellent selection of topics with a line of relation between. Rasgas Very well organised. Very profitable presentations. Saudi Aramco Organisation, presentation and material delivery is excellent. Alcoa It happened to be a good platform for networking with various industrial professionals. Qatar Aluminium This conference provided a good knowledge sharing platform. Pak Arab Refinery Provided a very good networking opportunity with the professionals of petrochemical. Engro marcus evans would like to thank everyone who has helped with the research and organisation of this event, particularly the speakers and their staff for their support and commitment. Why You Cannot Miss This Event: Engineers have common objectives when managing assets – ensuring efficiency, effectiveness, reliability, flow and uptime across industries and sectors. Particularly today when many of the assets vary in age and capability but are expected to operate beyond their original intended life span, it is crucial for you to be equipped with skill-set to maximise equipment lifecycle, improve operational efficiency and increase reliability. It is vital for operators to have a complete picture of the assets to ensure the highest productivity whilst reducing breakdowns, failure and equipment damage. With the continuous success of our annual engineering events, we are proud to present you with PACE: Process and Critical Equipment forum, the first cross-functional streamed event with 2 tracks – Critical Equipment Management and Process Optimisation. In this dynamic forum, we highlight on core contributors, benchmark and success stories in optimising asset performance in critical environments by exploring equipment design, maintenance, processes and asset replacement strategies. Within the stream on Critical Equipment Management, expect to be enlightened on inspection, reliability, operational and maintenance excellence aspects of critical equipments. Conversely in the Process Optimisation stream, you will uncover best practices on equipment design evaluations, troubleshooting, process simulation and debottlenecking to accelerate your plant’s operability. Who Should Attend: General Managers, Managers, Supervisor, Heads, Team Leaders, Superintendents of: • Asset and Reliability Management • Integrity • Engineering and Maintenance • Inspection • Plant Operations • Plant and Site Management • Process Engineering / Industrial Engineering • Technical Services • Operational Excellence / Continuous Improvement • Plant Services / Critical Support Systems Management • Plant and Refinery • Production and Manufacturing From the following industries: • Oil & Gas • Petrochemicals & Chemicals • Heavy Industries • Utilities Companies • Steel and Aluminium • Manufacturing This conference is recommended for all professionals involved in critical equipment management and process optimisation – inspection, plant, reliability, maintenance, technical, operations and process engineering. Business Development Opportunities: A limited amount of sponsorship opportunities are available for this conference. These include, but are not limited to opportunity to present case studies, exhibit, host networking functions, and benefit from the extensive branding and marketing exposure generated throughout the lifecycle of the event. For further information please contact Peter Morgan on +61 2 9238 7200 or email PeterM@marcusevansau.com
  5. 5. Speaker Profiles Ricky Smith CMRP Ricky Smith has over 30 years of experience in maintenance as a Maintenance Manager, Maintenance Supervisor, Maintenance Engineer, Maintenance Training Specialist, and Maintenance Consultant. Ricky has worked with maintenance organisations in hundreds of facilities and industrial plants worldwide to develop reliability, maintenance, and technical training strategies. Ricky has previously worked as a professional maintenance employee for Exxon Company USA, Alumax (one of three plants certified with World Class Maintenance status in the world), Kendall Company, and Hercules Chemical, providing the foundation for his reliability and maintenance experience. His last assignment in maintenance management was as a US Army Reserve Maintenance Company Commander in Iraq. Ricky is a former Chairman of the Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP) Oil and Gas Special Interest Group (SIG) and is a well known author. He is the co-author of ‘Rules of Thumb for Maintenance and Reliability Engineers’; ‘Planning & Scheduling Made Simple’; ‘Maintenance & Reliability Metrics / KPIs 101 – Keeping It Simple’; ‘FRACAS: Failure Reporting, Analysis, Corrective Action System’; ‘Maintenance & Reliability Best Practices’; ‘Lean Maintenance: Reduce Costs, Improve Quality, and Increase Market Share’; and ‘Maintenance and Reliability Lubrication 101 – Keeping it Simple’. Ricky has also written for numerous trade magazines over the past 20 years on technical, reliability, and maintenance subjects and is a frequent speaker and presenter at industry conferences and trade shows. Ricky holds the designation of Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP) and Certified Maintenance and Reliability Technician (CMRT) from SMRP, as well as Certified Plant Maintenance Manager (CPMM) from the Association of Facilities Engineering (AFE). He achieved his Six Sigma Black Belt while in the US Army. Mohamed Daoud Mohamed Daoud has over 30 years of extensive experience within the oil & gas industry. He has taken up technical discipline specialist and management positions in recognised international oil and gas companies and quality certification bodies. He specialises in project management, value assurance, quality and integrity management, inspection of hazards and critical equipment as well as certification for on-shore & off-shore oil industry. His qualifications include project management professional, construction management, classification and certification of oil and gas installations, lead auditor and assessor for integrated management systems and ISO Certification, authorised TUV specialist for Inspection of Hazardous Equipment (Boilers, Pressure Vessels, and Lifting Equipment). William Le Hanie William Le Hanie is a certified SAP Plant Maintenance Application Consultant with 25 years Routine and Shutdown Maintenance business experience as well as Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) experience. William has explored, studied and implemented CMMS World Best Class Practices for Maintenance Business Processes for the past 22 years. William did his first CMMS Project in 1990 (CMMS Systems experience includes Maximo, BAAN, Mainpack, Mainquest, S041, SAP R/3, Artemis as Scheduler for Shutdowns) and completed 9 full cycle SAP Implementations and done several years Business Process Optimisation and Support for Plant Maintenance in various Process Industries (which includes the Oil and Gas Industry, Chemical Industry, Mining Industry and Iron / Steel Manufacturing). William is currently SAP Specialist at ORYX GTL in Qatar responsible for the Plant Maintenance, Project Systems and Production Planning SAP modules. Abdelaziz Khodier Abdelaziz is a mechanical engineer with 27 years practical experience in oil and gas industry and technology in the area of maintenance, engineering and asset integrity (execution and management). He has 10 years of experience in managerial positions with well proven capabilities in performing managerial functions (planning-organising-leading-controlling), characterised in acting out managerial roles (interpersonal, informational- decisional) and having distinguished knowledge base and managerial skills (technical, human and conceptual). He is currently working as Asset Integrity Division Manager at Egyptian Liquefied Natural Gas Company. Kaizad Sunavala Kaizad Sunavala has 23 years experience in the refining and petrochemcial industries in the field of process design, reliability and maintenance consulting. Kaizad is a certified Maintenance & Reliability professional (CMRP) with the SMRPCO and currently works as Advisor / Consultant in the Chevron Reliability Center of Excellence for Refining based in Houston, TX. He has authored several papers and journals in the field of RAM modeling, reliability analytics and maintenance data informatics. Prior to his career at Chevron, Kaizad worked for the Hartford Steam Boiler Relaibility Technology group for 10 years and served as a reliability consultant to several leading oil and gas companies in Europe, North America and the Middle East. He has a Masters degree in Reliability Engineering from University of Tennessee, Masters in Chemical Engineering from University of Idaho, MBA from Penn State University and Bachelors in chemical engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay.

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