IQPC's 8th Shutdowns and Turnarounds 2011


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After years of fantastic feedback, Oil and Gas IQ's successful Shutdowns and Turnarounds Forum returns for its 8th year. This is the largest gathering in Europe of shutdown, outage, maintenance and turnaround professionals across a range of continuous processing industries for two days of pure information sharing and networking.

This year's conference agenda includes leading contractors, consultants and technological experts including representatives from Shell, RWE npower and Air Liquide who will analyse HSE, costing, time lining, scope management, technology and efficiency best practice.

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IQPC's 8th Shutdowns and Turnarounds 2011

  1. 1. Oil & Gas IQ presents the 8th Annual Register and pay before 17th December and save £100 Optimise your planning methods and execution strategies for efficient turnaround management in 2011 FORUM 2011 Attend the most innovative conference designed for all TAR professionals to hear from key industry experts including: Jim Buchan CNNS Shutdown Manager CNNS Asset Shell UK Tony Wilkes Portfolio Maintenance Strategy Two Day Conference: 28th February - 1st March, 2011 Coordinator, Performance Ardoe House Hotel, Aberdeen Development Group RWE npower Now in its 8th successive year, this conference has been designed Mike McKenzie to bring together leading operators to share best-practice Shutdown Superintendent methodologies for efficient TAR projects in 2011 and beyond CNR International (UK) This forum will provide you with fascinating insights into critical Marcel Janssen Major Turnaround Planner TAR issues, allowing you to: • Gain in-depth TAR life-cycle costing knowledge, define cost Air Liquide drivers for each stage of your project and reduce overall project expense Patrick Verschueren Lead Process Manager Operations • Overcome scope management issues to achieve your turnaround & Maintenance goals with minimal shutdown times and reduce unnecessary costs Electrabel GDF Suez • Work an effective HSE strategy into your TAR projects and discover why good HSE performance will significantly improve your next shutdown Tomas Palma Head of Consultancy and Special • Focus on the critical area of monitoring to accurately assess all Projects Department, current project trends and learn how to best use the data to Refinery 2011 Turnaround Manager significantly improve future shutdowns Ceska rafinerska • Develop better communication methods with third party consultants Patrick van den Berg and specialists in order to increase productivity and ensure that your Project Manager project finishes on time DSM Pharma Chemicals Dr. Paul Baguley “A very good selection of speakers with a high degree of Research Fellow at School relevant TAR experience - very informative, very valuable.” of Applied Sciences Joe Sullivan, Outage Manager, Sellafield Cranfield University Media Partners: Official 2011 Forum Sponsors: BP Telephone: Fax: Email: Visit: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 +44 (0)20 7368 9301
  2. 2. FORUM 2011 Sponsors: Dräger In high risk industrial environments, safety standards always apply to production and processing which are designed to protect personnel, residents, the environment and to safeguard plant and manufacturing equipment. To ensure maximum safety, Dräger offers a broad range of products and an extensive service program – including maintenance, servicing, training and the supply of accessories, all perfectly suited and optimally adjusted to individual requirements. Whether respiratory protection, gas detection and measuring technology, complete shutdown management, rental equipment, safety training or breath alcohol measurement in the workplace – you can rely on more than 100 years of experience in the continuous development of highly sensitive and durable gas detection and measuring technology as well as innovative respiratory equipment. Dräger has approx. 11,000 employees worldwide and is represented in over 190 countries around the globe. We have sales and service operations in more than 40 countries. Dräger has development and production facilities that are based in Germany, United Kingdom, plus other locations throughout the world. For more information, please visit: Vertech Vertech Offshore AS is a specialised Norwegian offshore service company whose main business is the replacement of flare tips. The Company was established in April 2004 and was then a direct continuation of former offshore divisions in Statnett and Eltel Networks. Through more than 30 years with construction and maintenance work on powerlines in the Norwegian mountains, competence and experience with respect to use of a helicopter in different installation work has been developed. In 1991, the technique was taken offshore. This new technique; using specialised guide equipment and a helicopter, was used for the first time in changing a flare tip. The flare tip was replaced faster and more effective than anyone had seen before. Today, we have a long reference list of successfully completed projects. More than 200 flare tips have been replaced, all of them using a helicopter. Most operations have taken place in the North Sea, but work has also been carried out in other parts of the world including Canada, Tunisia, Gulf of Mexico, Brazil, South Africa and the Philippines. For more information, please visit: UK contact: United Labs Refineries worldwide depend on United Laboratories International, LLC, creator of the Zyme-Flow Process, for the safe and effective decontamination of their units. Our line of Zyme-Flow and Zyme-Ox® products are effective at the removal of hazardous contaminants from refinery and petrochemical units and have no impact on wastewater facilities or the environment. United Laboratories International’s patented Zyme-Flow separations technology reduces turnaround decontamination time by as much as 24 hours and meets the most stringent environmental and personnel safety standards. In a single application, the Zyme-Flow Process neutralizes sulfides (H2S) and pyrophorics, eliminates LEL’s and benzene and removes residual oil and gas. ULI’s environmentally friendly Vapour-Phase® and Zyme-Flow Process applications will save time and expense by removing contaminants to the flare while minimizing wastewater streams, eliminating the need for temporary storage tanks. A Full-Service Resource United Laboratories International is not just a chemical sales company. We engineer the project, walking every job wherever possible, supply the chemical(s) and provide on-site technical support and on-site analysis expertise during the decontamination process For more information, please visit: Elliott Group For over 100 years customers around the world have relied upon Elliott for excellence in design, manufacture and supply of their rotating equipment as well as for maintenance, repairs and parts. We are truly a “one-stop” organisation for high quality service, 24 hours a day, and seven days a week. The aim of every plant manager and maintenance engineer is to ensure maximum reliability and life span for their rotating machinery. Elliott’s goal is to ensure the efficient, trouble free operation of all critical turbo machinery, regardless of the origin of the manufacturer. Elliott Group staff – in Europe, Middle East, Africa, and throughout the world – provide timely service excellence. Changes in operating requirements do not necessarily require new equipment. Upgrades and modifications to bearing designs, seals and controls or a complete rerating of a machine to meet new process requirements enhances performance and extends equipment life. For more information, please visit: To take advantage of this opportunity and engage with leading industry professionals, contact Luke Dash on +44 (0) 207 368 9501 Telephone: Fax: Email: Visit: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 +44 (0)20 7368 9301
  3. 3. Conference Day One Monday 28th February 2011 08:30 Registration and refreshments 12:30 The ideal shutdown project • Examine what essentials should be included in your ideal shutdown and outage plan 08:50 Welcome and Chairman’s opening remarks • Define optimisation to improve the chances of success in your shutdown project (critical activities - risk activities) Turnaround (TAR) Strategy • Work through the ideal design of the shutdown and outage plan, including the framework, principle, design planning and work preparation 09:00 Explore new research into life cycle costing for an oil refinery • Completing the shutdown/outage and ensuring that the lessons learned are This presentation will provide delegates with the latest research results, providing incorporated in future projects’ industry wide feedback and brand new insights into the most effective strategies. Patrick Verschueren • Explore the life cycle stages model for oil refinery costing and gain an insight into Lead Process Manager Maintenance & Operations the current challenges of oil refinery technology Electrabel GDF Suez • Examine life cycle costing (LCC) methodology for oil refineries and discover how it can help improve your TAR planning performance 13:15 Lunch and networking break • Navigate life cycle cost breakdown structure (CBS) for oil refineries and better understand the options available in order to improve your costing practices 14:15 Case study: Product change over - reduction of time wasted Dr. Paul Baguley CASE in pharmaceutical production Research Fellow at School of Applied Sciences STUDY At least 20-30% of production time is used for cleaning, change configurations, Cranfield University qualification and validation. 09:45 Case study: Life-of-field strategy on mature asset This session will explore the reduction of time and costs of a shutdown by the introduction of product change over (PCO) methods CASE turnarounds by an independent operator Canadian Natural Resources discuss the life-of-field strategy on their mature • Examine clear objectives and scope methodologies for more efficient project STUDY asset turnarounds by an independent operator. Review their 2010 and 2011 management turnaround campaigns. You will discover; • Explore integrated PCO project planning and dedicated PCO organisation • Utilise a risk based approach and multi-disciplinary preparation in your project • How long term planning can significantly help reduce the time taken to complete for increased manageability your shutdown project • Evaluate and learn from the current project to improve performance on the next • Why scope development strategy is fundamental to achieving an efficient turnaround • Detailed planning methodologies to avoid unnecessary overcosting mistakes Patrick van den Berg • Effective preparation techniques to enable more efficient strategies when Project Manager dealing with unforeseen issues DSM Pharma Chemicals • The execution strategies employed in the project and the techniques used for managing contractors and hitting your deadline 15:00 Case study: Ensure critical path optimisation to improve • The lessons learned process and how to effectively interpret past data to make CASE planning and reduce shutdown duration future projects more efficient STUDY • Examine critical path selection methods for improved shutdown planning Mike McKenzie • Maximise optimisation techniques to minimise the risk of project plan deviation Shutdown Superintendent • Explore the role of critical path monitoring for improved mapping of project Canadian Natural Resources progression Jim Buchan 10.30 Coffee and networking break CNNS Shutdown Manager CNNS Asset Shell UK 11:00 Panel session: Cross industry operators - strategic viewpoint 15:45 Coffee and networking break You will hear from carefully selected operators who have experience with real-world TAR projects. This session is specifically designed to develop proven, Cross industry comparison - forward thinking strategies for your business. Take advantage of this opportunity to pose your problems and questions to our benchmarking and opportunities select panel and discover their best-practice methodologies and strategies to drastically improve your: 16:15 Technical update: The challenges faced in the use of • Planning - examine the strategies used to reduce costs and hit deadlines helicopters for offshore maintenance and flare tip change • Risk assessment - discuss how an effective risk profiling solution can reduce outs during platform shutdowns hidden risks • Explore helicopter removal and replacement of flare tips offshore • Asset management - explore how effective monitoring and inspection • Investigate Flare Deck and boom / tower maintenance, using helicopters programmes can save considerable costs by extending your shutdown intervals • Minimise platform shutdown and bed space – complete your operations in 1 day Facilitated by the conference Chairman and speakers from the day • Examine the Lump Sum approach for a complete job including helicopter and Marcel Janssen project planning, safety case and operations manuals Major Turnaround Planner, Air Liquide Jonathan Miles Patrick van den Berg Vertech Offshore Agent Project Manager, DSM Pharma Chemical Argo Environmental Engineering Limited Tony Wilkes Portfolio Maintenance Strategy Coordinator, 17:00 Panel session: Performance Development Group, RWE npower Jim Buchan Offshore Vs. Onshore - Explore the similarities and differences This new and innovative Q&A session will bring together two experts from the CNNS Shutdown Manager, CNNS Asset Shell UK onshore and offshore industries to discuss their TAR projects and answer audience questions on the fundamental challenges each faces. Efficient TAR Planning • Explore similarities and differences in the duration of turnarounds between onshore and offshore industries • Investigate the different logistical challenges 11:45 Technical update: Rotating equipment turnaround: • Examine the timescales and costing challenges that each particular industry faces A supplier’s perspective • Discuss and debate the lessons learned • Review the life-cycle of rotating equipment Facilitated by expert speakers from the day including: • Schedule rotating equipment turnaround ‘from start to start’ Mike McKenzie • Improve servicing excellence through dialogue, planning, systems, skills Shutdown Superintendent, Canadian Natural Resources and accountability Jim Buchan Marco Van Schaik CNNS Shutdown Manager, CNNS Asset Shell UK Marketing and Business Development Manager Elliott Group 17:45 Chairman’s close and end of day one Telephone: Fax: Email: Visit: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 +44 (0)20 7368 9301
  4. 4. Conference Day Two Tuesday 1st March 2011 08:30 Registration and refreshments 11:45 Panel session: Interactive technology update - innovative problem solving forum 08:50 Welcome and Chairman’s opening remarks Specialist technology suppliers from across the industry will take part in a problem solving session, highlighting how each of their solutions can provide an innovative answer to the problems posed by you. Examine the latest HSE strategies and requirements This opportunity will provide you with the chance to ask detailed questions to the panelists and gain a useful insight into their own TAR experiences. Confirmed companies: 09:00 Technical update: Taking away the pain of shutdown Dräger organisation Elliot Group • Examine the safety products from Dräger to help improve shutdown performance United Labs International Vertech • Explore the support services available for your shutdowns • Providing extra expertise at a critical time for safety and security • Working together to develop workable solutions for the best shutdown project Contractors, consultancies and effective third party Phil Saxton communication UK Sales Manager Dräger Safety 12:45 Lunch and networking break 13:45 Increase the competitiveness of local contractors to improve 09:45 Case study: The use of process safety leading indicators labour efficiency CASE for shutdown work planning • Implement labour norms and unit rates for increased contractual effectiveness STUDY • Examine the implications of process safety related plant failures for the • Increase your demands on quality assurance and control to ensure a high quality energy industry turnaround, delivered on time and to budget • Establish appropriate process safety leading indicators in your current project • Invite competition from abroad to develop, through competiveness, a better skilled to improve safety performance work force • Monitor the performance of leading indicators and identify trends for safer Tomas Palma future projects Head of Consultancy and Special Projects Department, • Prioritisation of work and shutdown planning to increase better safety performance Refinery 2011 Turnaround Manager Tony Wilkes Ceska rafinerska Portfolio Maintenance Strategy Coordinator, Performance Development Group 14:30 Enhance and improve contractor and goal achievements RWE npower • Understand how effective communication with third party organisations will significantly improve your contractor work rate 10:30 Coffee and networking break • Effectively evaluate your current communications strategy and identify where lines of communication can improve in order to increase workforce motivation • Incorporate the latest technological developments in order to better communicate Explore the latest TAR technology and innovations tasks and up-to-date information Marcel Janssen Major Turnaround Planner 11:00 Technical update: Preparing production equipment, process Air Liquide equipment, benzene, LEL and H2S contaminated equipment 15:15 Senior Representative - BP for safer and faster maintenance Speaker to be confirmed shortly. Please check back regularly for speaker • Explore a unique decontamination method for freeing refinery and petrochemical updates at plants, vessels and lines of several common hazardous materials in order to make these vessels safe for personnel entry 16:00 Chairman’s closing remarks and end of conference • Examine why the ability to deal with so many contaminations as a part of one application promotes both speed and safety and provides numerous benefits • Investigate how the method presented is able to reduce cost, reduce personnel risk, reduce pyrophoric risks to vessels, reduce cleaning and decontamination time “A very good conference. and promote environmentally-sensitive methods as viable choices for hazard reduction • Discover that these goals can be achieved in greatly reduced time compared to Great to share issues conventional technologies, providing significant cost benefits to the operator Tom Bressinck Senior EU Technical Sales Engineer and solutions” United Labs International William Cochill, Petrofac Maximise Your Involvement: Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities Shutdowns and Turnarounds Forum 2011 will provide you with the unique opportunity to profile the solutions that operators are looking for. By sponsoring you will gain invaluable face-face exposure with the key decision makers over a prolonged period. This event is the perfect opportunity to promote your services in an environment that is both business and information orientated and is the perfect setting for social interaction and networking. A focus on getting you direct access to the key decision makers across leading organisations will ensure that your investment is well placed. Of course we understand that the needs of all our sponsors and exhibitors will differ, that’s why we don’t limit you to specific packages. For more information contact Luke Dash on 0207 368 9501 or email him at and he will be able to tailor a package suited to your company’s strategies and needs. About Oil & Gas IQ Become a member of Oil and Gas IQ and receive complimentary resources that will keep you at the forefront of industry change, access to our growing library of multi-media presentations, an email newsletter updating you on new content that has aggregated news feed from over 1000 global news sources industry and special member only discounts on events. Become a member at: Telephone: Fax: Email: Visit: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 +44 (0)20 7368 9301
  5. 5. FORUM 2011 Media Partners: OILCAREERS.COM PTQ OilCareers is the leading recruitment PTQ is the authoritative magazine covering provides the only reliable website for the world’s Oil & Gas industry process technology developments in the source of detailed information about professionals, providing job seekers with a refining, gas and petrochemical industries. upstream companies enabling investors, simple and effective means of searching and Each issue of PTQ carries at least 15 in-depth both institutional and retail, to make informed applying for new roles within the industry. technical feature articles from around the investment decisions. With offices covering the Oil industry hubs of world charting experiences under operating the North Sea, US and Middle East, OilCareers conditions in improving production, safety is an editorially led, has a global reach with in excess of 740,000 or meeting environmental targets. It is the investment orientated website focused worldwide users and over 445,000 CVs. practical and detailed nature of these articles on E&P companies around the world. Our Benefiting from a strong online presence that makes PTQ required reading for reputation is dependent on the quality and and a wide reaching marketing campaign, engineering decision makers everywhere. integrity of our writing. OilCareers is a vital resource for those We publish daily company news and press companies looking to recruit in Oil & Gas releases from oil and gas stocks listed on at a local or worldwide level.” the stock exchanges in the UK, Australia and Canada and run regular features on subjects related to the oil industry around the world. We also have a weekly in-depth market news summary. is a valuable investor relations vehicle recommended to clients by a number of IR professionals acting for upstream companies. Who will attend? The Shutdowns and Turnarounds Forum 2011 has been designed so that professionals from all industries can discuss, debate and share ideas that will ultimately improve TAR performance, no matter what sector you work in. • Turnaround Manager • Plant Manager • Shutdown Team Leader • Outage Manager • Events Coordinator • Programme Manager • Planning Manager • Planning Engineer • Mechanical Engineer • Maintenance Team Leader • TAR Planning & Scheduling • Operations Management • Contractor Management • HSE Manager If you are closely associated with any of the above job titles then this is the ‘must attend’ event for you. Register today by visiting Why attend? This forum offers you the opportunity to discover the latest thinking in shutdowns and turnarounds management. From the initial planning stages through to the start-up process, this event will explore the latest thinking in TAR project management and provide you with the knowledge to dramatically improve your future projects by reducing costs and minimising downtime. Reserve your place now and call +44 (0) 207 368 9300 Telephone: Fax: Email: Visit: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 +44 (0)20 7368 9301
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