Shutdowns and Turnarounds 2010 Egypt


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Shutdowns and Turnarounds 2010, is taking place from 28 November – 1 December 2010 in Cairo, Egypt.

Shutdowns and turnarounds impact the maintenance budget severely and if not managed efficiently will have a major impact on the organization’s bottom line. Whilst the global economy recovers and Oil and Gas prices are volatile it is crucial to avoid costly unplanned shutdowns. Therefore efficient planning, scheduling and cost management are required to ensure successful shutdowns and turnarounds.

Local and international industry experts from the oil, gas and petrochemical industries will gather to address advanced strategies to optimise the turnaround process.

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Shutdowns and Turnarounds 2010 Egypt

  1. 1. SHUTDOWNS & TURNAROUNDS Boo k an pay d 10 O before cto to sa ber 2010 ve US up to 2010 Egypt $520 Advanced strategies to optimise the shutdown process in the oil, gas and petrochemical industries International conference: 29 - 30 November 2010 Interactive workshops: 28 November & 1 December 2010 JW Marriott Hotel Cairo, Egypt The expert speaker panel includes: Key topics to be addressed include: • Mohammad Saqib, Head of Shutdowns Department, • Defining the scope of work through effective planning Dolphin Energy • Managing the human resource pool to establish an efficient • Bayoumi Kahla, Planning Manager, Egyptian Petrochemical shutdown team Company • Minimising shutdown time through effective scheduling • Ahmed Abdul Zaher Khalifa, Maintenance & Planning Manager, Sidi-Kerir Petrochemicals Company • Mitigating hazards through effective HSE management • Tariq Mirza, Maintenance Manager, Oryx GTL • Prioritising critical areas for maintenance to maximise reliability • Symon Hoy, Turnaround Event Manager, Shell GTL • Delivering flawless start up through fit-for-purpose • Hussein Holla, Maintenance Manager, PETROZEIT flawless strategies • Trinath Sahoo, Senior Manager, Indian Oil Corporation • Improving practices and processes during unplanned shutdowns For more information or to register Tel: +971 4 364 2975 Fax: +971 4 363 1938 Email: Associate sponsors: Exhibitors: Media partners: Researched and developed by:
  2. 2. SHUTDOWNS & Essential interactive workshops: TURNAROUNDS Sunday 28 November & Wednesday 1 December 2010 2010 Egypt IQPC’s workshops are unique opportunities to spend valuable time with industry experts. These interactive sessions are extended to ensure that you will get to the heart of the conference’s most critical issues and uncover practical solutions you can apply in your own company. Pre-conference workshop day Post-conference workshop day Sunday 28 November 2010 Wednesday 1 December 2010 09:00 – 12:00 09:00 – 12:00 How to make shutdown budget based on Life Cycle Reliable compressors - Stretching the operating period and Cost Analysis avoiding unplanned shutdownsns Workshop outline: Workshop outline: This workshop will provide the opportunity to make budget based This interactive workshop will provide an update on the latest on Life Cycle Cost (LCC) analysis. LCC is a powerful tool which compressor services and solutions. When large-scale determines the best improvements based on financial details maintenance activities must be conducted, entire production units when many alternatives are being considered in a project or are shut down for dismantling. Comprehensive inspection and shutdown budget. LCC is based on Monte Carlo simulation used renewal processes are conducted which limit the availability of in Excel and highlights how good maintenance practices can alter assets and production output. the outcomes of both cost and reliability. Benefits of attending: Benefits of attending: • Optimise service intervals and downtime: Extension of • Understand how LCC merges engineering details into a cost production output through predictive and condition based format that considers the time value of money maintenance, the right information at the right time and real time • Learn how to convert options or projects in financial terms in machinery protection and monitoring order to select the best alternative from several courses of action • Achieve cost optimisation: Streamlining your maintenance • Assess the importance of justifying improvements using the best strategy, decision making, root cause analysis, condition tools available monitoring and performance checks • Conduct a service: Preparation is everything when a Workshop facilitator: professional partner is involved Efrain Campos, Maintenance Supervisor and Reliability Advisor, • Implement state-of-the-art technology and sophisticated material R2M Venezuela (Libya) during shutdowns and engineered solutions • Improve inventory management 13:00 – 16:00 Workshop facilitators: Best practice and procedures during unplanned shutdowns Eng. Dietmar Artner, Head of Engineering, Hoerbiger Eng. Markus Wenisch, Mechatronic Specialist, Hoerbiger Workshop outline: This workshop session will provide the opportunity to understand 13:00 – 16:00 how to follow best practices during an unplanned shutdown. The challenge of maximising benefits of turnaround planning and preparation Benefits of attending: • Successfully cope with an unplanned shutdown Workshop outline: • Evaluate first course of action during an unplanned shutdown The benefits of planning can be maximised by enhancing its • Review post-event shutdown processes effectiveness, avoiding common pitfalls and removing obstacles that may arise during execution. These benefits will not be useful Workshop facilitator: unless selected, presented and correctly utilised. This interactive Trinath Sahoo, Senior Manager, Indian Oil Corporation workshop will grant the opportunity to acquire updated information on these issues with expert led dynamic discussions. Benefits of attending: • Assess the benefits of well planned turnarounds • Follow the model of excellence to maximise benefits • Set evaluation methods and measures to monitor required benefits • Determine the need for, and the best way of reporting benefits Workshop facilitator: Ahmed Abdul Zaher Khalifa, Maintenance & Planning Manager, Sidi – Kerir Petrochemicals Company IQPC provides business executives around the world with tailored practical conferences, large scale events, topical seminars and in-house training programmes, keeping them up-to-date with industry trends, technological developments and the regulatory landscape. IQPC’s large scale conferences are market leading “must attend” events for their respective industries. IQPC produces more than 1,700 events annually around the world, and continues to grow. Founded in 1973, IQPC now has offices in major cities across six continents including: Bengaluru, Berlin, Dubai, London, New York, Sao Paulo, Singapore, Stockholm, Sydney, and Toronto. IQPC leverages a global research base of best practices to produce an unrivalled portfolio of conferences. For more information or to register Tel: +971 4 364 2975
  3. 3. Conference day one: Monday 29 November 2010 08:30 Registration, refreshments and networking 11:40 Minimising shutdown time through effective scheduling • Utilising project management software programs 09:00 Chair’s welcome and opening remarks such as CPM (Critical Path Method) and PERT (Project Evaluation & Technique) to effectively track T Planning and scheduling shutdowns and turnarounds activities and allocate a time frame • Validating job duration estimates 09:10 Defining the scope of work through effective • Understanding the benefits of developing planning contingency plans • Understanding how to formulate a Plan Of • Discussing effective time management during the Action with Milestones (POAM) to share with shutdown process all parties involved Ahmed Abdul Zaher Khalifa, Maintenance & • Outlining the shutdown vision and objectives Planning Manager, Sidi – Kerir Petrochemicals • Discussing methods to enhance cooperation Company between departments in order to share the work load and responsibilities 12:10 Lunch break and networking opportunities • Identifying the critical path activities for completing the shutdown on schedule 13:40 Reduction of inspection time during the shutdown Mohammad Saqib, Head of Shutdowns Department, period via understanding of ANDE techniques Dolphin Energy Qatar • Defining a quality inspection within a given time frame • Discussing ANDE techniques 09:40 Managing the human resources pool to establish • Introducing best industry practices an efficient shutdown team Mahmoud Al-Shehry, Managing Director, Inspecta • Discussing how to recruit a skilled contract International Co LLC workforce and define technical and project specific competencies 14:20 Afternoon break, networking and refreshments • Utilising core staff versus outsourced project management staff to minimise downtime and costs 14:50 Roundtable sessions – Shutdowns and Turnarounds • Scheduling shutdown committee meetings and This session will ensure that attendees leave the contractors safety meetings summit equipped with specific answers to their unique • Optimising manpower through effective challenges. On each roundtable the discussion will be management of contractors facilitated by one leader and delegates will spend Eng. Hussein Holla, Maintenance Manager, time on the five tables in rotation. At the end of the PETROZEIT session, each table leader will share a short summary ROUNDTABLE SESSIONS of the feedback on these important topics. 10:10 Morning break, networking and refreshments • Table 1: Use of IT tools to plan and execute Shutdowns and Turnarounds – Best practice 10:40 Ensuring timely delivery through effective discussion. Symon Hoy – Shell GTL Qatar procurement management • Table 2: Prioritising critical areas for maintenance. • Developing an integrated material management Tarik Mirza - Oryx effort through accountability and systematic updates • Discussing procurement driven by budget • Table 3: Rotating equipment turnaround: A constraints versus reliability and efficiency supplier’s perspective. Marco Van Schaik – T • Establishing and maintaining preferred provider Elliott Group relationships • Table 4: Minimising shutdown time through effective • Benchmarking reverse engineering versus scheduling. Ahmed Abdul Zaher Khalifa – outsourcing parts Sidi–Kerir Petrochemicals Company Visit website for speaker update • Table 5: Achieving best practice during unplanned shutdowns. Trinath Sahoo – Indian Oil 11:10 Outlining cost management strategies to ensure Corporation on-budget project execution • Discussing cost control and budget forecasting 16:20 Final remarks and feedback from roundtable techniques discussions • Utilising records of past shutdowns as a benchmark • Understanding how you can benefit from reviewing 16:30 Final comments from Chair and end of repair histories, labour and material cost conference day one Efrain Campos, Maintenance Supervisor and Reliability Advisor, R2M Venezuela (Libya) Fax: +971 4 363 1938 Email:
  4. 4. Conference day two: Tuesday 30 November 2010 08:30 Registration, refreshments and networking 12:40 Lunch break and networking opportunity 09:00 Chair’s welcome and opening remarks 14:00 Successfully overcoming an unplanned shutdown • Evaluating the first course of action when an Best practice for planned shutdowns unplanned shutdown occurs CASE STUDY T • Understanding how to successfully cope with an 09:10 Asset management in petrochemical industries unplanned shutdown • Outlining best practices in asset management • Reviewing the changes made to shutdown • Discussing challenges and pitfalls associated to processes after the event asset management Trinath Sahoo, Senior Manager, Indian Oil • Assessing industry specific approaches for effective Corporation management of assets Dr. Abbass Ezzat, Petrochemicals Professor, Pharos 14:40 Conducting effective risk assessments University Alexandria and inspections • Determining frequency of assessments PANEL DISCUSSION 09:50 Mitigating hazards through effective HSE • Highlighting the benefits of maintaining historical management maintenance archives and knowledge of plant • Outlining the importance of managing HSE aspects equipment asset conditions through a • Designing safe work practices and operating, knowledge system maintenance and control procedures • Ensuring traceability of quality assurance • Conducting an HSE Impact Assessment (HSEIA) documents for material, fitting and spare parts that Bayoumi Kahla, Planning Manager, Egyptian conform to industry standards Petrochemical Company (EPC) Panel discussion facilitated by speakers of the day 10:20 Morning break, networking and refreshments 16:00 Final comments from Chair and end of conference 10:50 Prioritising critical areas for maintenance to maximise reliability • Conducting an in-depth physical asset assessment • Prioritising key assets in order to achieve a high level of process reliability • Planning for a head start on identified critical areas Tariq Mirza, Maintenance Manager, Oryx GTL Qatar 11:30 Rotating equipment turnaround: A supplier’s perspective • Reviewing the life-cycle of rotating equipment • Scheduling rotating equipment turnaround “from start to start” • Servicing excellence through dialogue, planning, systems, skills and accountability Marco Van Schaik, Marketing and Business Development Manager, Elliott Group T Plant start-up 12:10 Delivering flawless start up through fit-for- purpose flawless strategies • Discussing benefits of integrated planning and the essentials of the ‘three pillars’ • Building flawless into existing turnaround planning and execution processes • Ensuring continuous improvement by capturing data and building on lessons learned Symon Hoy, Turnaround Event Manager, Shell GTL Qatar
  5. 5. SHUTDOWNS & Associate sponsors Inspecta International Co. is a Multinational Company TURNAROUNDS which was founded and registered by Mahmoud Al Shehry (Metallurgical Engineer 1977 & ASNT Level III 1989) in 1991 in the U.S.A. as a Consultancy Office in Roanoke, VA offering 2010 Egypt Consultancy of Welding, Repairs, NDT & QC Services to Industrial Projects. The company moved to and established it’s main HQ in Abu Dhabi in 1994 to serve Oil and Gas Petrochemical and Power Industries in the Gulf Region. This event will bring together local and international industry experts from the oil, gas and petrochemical industries to address advanced strategies to optimise the turnaround process. For over 100 years customers around the world have relied upon Elliott for excellence in design, manufacture and supply of their rotating What delegates at past IQPC Oil and Gas equipment as well as for maintenance, repairs and parts. We events have said: are truly a “one-stop” organization for high quality service, 24 hours per day, and seven days per week. The aim of every “An excellent opportunity for exchanging ideas and plant manager and maintenance engineer is to ensure maximum reliability and life span for their rotating machinery. transferring knowledge about an important topic” Elliott’s goal is to ensure the efficient, trouble free operation of SAUDI ARAMCO all critical turbo machinery, regardless of the origin of the manufacturer. Elliott Group staff – in Europe, Middle East, “Excellent opportunity to network and get updated Africa, and throughout the world – provide timely service excellence. on asset integrity progress in the region” Shell HOERBIGER is a technology leader in the compressor business. In 2009, approximately 6,500 employees generated a turnover of about EUR 772 Million. HOERBIGER, Three reasons to attend Shutdowns and Turnarounds with more than 100 production and service sites, is engaged 2010 – Egypt: as a partner of oil, gas and process industries. Providing proven and tailored solutions for compressor operators • Learn from regional and international case studies from Egypt, HOERBIGER has set the standards for the safe, economical Libya and Qatar amongst others and clean operation of compressors, gas engines and turbo • Spend valuable time with industry experts through an machineries. interactive workshop • Share best practices and discuss your organisation’s shutdown Exhibitors challenges through roundtable sessions and discussions Svenska Kollager Fabrika (SKF) is a world leader in the manufacture of anti-friction bearings. Over the past 100 years, SKF has developed industrial competence in most known industries. It is through evolution and listening to the voice of our customers and catering for their needs that SKF assists its customers in achieving their business goals. Through sharing of knowledge and competence SKF introduces industry specific solutions tailored for the needs and requirements of customers. Integrity & Compliance Management Ltd is a professional consultancy backed by a wealth of experience in Health and Safety compliance issues and in the management of Ex certified equipment. Sponsorship & exhibition opportunities Only at Shutdowns and Turnarounds 2010 – Egypt will the highest-level decision-makers be attending in one place at one time. They will evaluate products and services and will look to short-list potential suppliers. • Can you afford to miss out on this opportunity? • Do you have a product or service that our senior decision-makers and influencers need? We have a range of business development / marketing and sales solutions that are tailored to specifically deliver on your business objectives. For more details, call +971 4 364 2975 or email
  6. 6. SHUTDOWNS & International conference 5 WAYS TO REGISTER 29 - 30 November 2010 TURNAROUNDS Interactive workshops Online: Phone: +971 4 364 2975 28 November & 1 December 2010 Fax: +971 4 363 1938 2010 Egypt JW Marriott Hotel Cairo, Egypt Email: Post: IQPC Dubai FZ LLC REGISTRATION PO Box 502397 Event Code: 19267.001 Dubai, UAE Please complete in BLOCK CAPITALS as information Please do not remove this label even if it is not addressed TEAM DISCOUNTS is used to produce delegate badges. to you.Your Priority Registration Code is printed on the Please photocopy for multiple bookings. top of the label below. Please quote it when registering: Team discounts available on request. Call +971 4 364 2975 for more information. 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