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ERTC

Plant Maintenance

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ERTC

19 JUNE

2013

AMSTERDAM

REASONS TO ATTEND

• Hear how Petrom OMV beat the odds to achieve a major

turnaround within 40 days and set new international

benchmarks for the industry

• Find out how your colleagues are tackling their challenges

in the operator case studies from INA, PETROZEIT,

INDIAN OIL and NIORDC

• Explore the human error risks and factors during a

shutdown process and how you can minimise the

potential impacts

• Learn about the different maintenance management

strategies that can help to achieve maximum returns

from equipment and production installations with minimal

investment

Amsterdam

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ERTC

Welcome

Taking place on 19th June in Amsterdam the inaugural ERTC Plant Maintenance &

Shutdowns conference will be a showcase for refining companies to share their case

studies and best practices. Leading industry advisors and suppliers will combine their

expertise to provide a comprehensive view of the issues being faced.

During these times of global financial uncertainty, fluctuating oil

prices and reduced margins, it is more important than ever to

maintain existing plants and equipment with minimum

investment. Additionally the human error factor has the potential

to impact on both the safety aspect and the productivity of the

refinery, therefore tools to minimise these risks are essential.

Some agenda highlights include:

• Best practices for managing ageing assets

• How to improve shutdown performance and practices

• Management of both the controllable and uncontrollable

factors that affect the cost predictability and

competitiveness of a turnaround

• Strategies for minimising the impact of human error on a

major shutdown

• Effective contractor management to ensure manpower

optimisation

• Methods to minimise downtime and costs of a shutdown

• Setting and implementation of key performance indicators

to measure shutdown and maintenance performance

The ERTC Plant Maintenance & Shutdowns conference will

arm you with the right knowledge and strategies to optimise the

manpower, reliability and effectiveness of your plant along with

minimising health and safety risks during all aspects of

turnarounds and maintenance processes.

Advisory board

The ERTC Plant Maintenance & Shutdowns advisory

board guides the development of the conference agenda.

They assess every single presentation to ensure that the

conference programme is innovative and relevant.

Our advisors are:

• Bernhard Schütz, General Manager, OMV

• Arsenio Salvador Vega, Reliability and Maintenance

Director, REPSOL

• Mahmood Mirza, Manager Plant Maintenance, BAPCO

• Huw Morgan, Specialist, Morgan Turnaround &

Project Services

Who should attend

From refineries and petrochemical plants:

• Refining and technology management

• Asset managers

Maintenance managers /engineers

• Operations personnel

• Reliability management personnel

• HSE management and personnel

To register: E: conf@gtforum.com T: +44 (0)870 240 8859

www.gtforum.com/plantmaintenance F: +44 (0)20 7504 3730


Programme

ERTC

19 JUNE 2013

AMSTERDAM

Tuesday 18th June Evening

18.00 Registration and welcome drinks reception

Wednesday 19th June Morning

08.00 Registration

09.00 Chairman’s opening remarks

09.05 Turnaround cycle extension applied at INA in

refineries and upstream gas plants

Josip Trupecevic, MMS Director, INA

09.35 Revamp of FCC unit at Indian Oil’s

Mathura refinery

Trinath Sahoo, Head of Maintenance, INDIAN OIL

10.05 Sustainable shutdown improvement

• Recurrent problem areas and how to avoid them

• Key elements of the preparation and execution phases of a shutdown

• The process for improvement which ensures successful and sustainable

implementation

ABB

10.35 Coffee break

11.05 Major upgrade of the Petrobrazi Refinery

• A highly complex and challenging shutdown in parallel to

the ongoing modernisation program. Over 32 projects with

Case

Study

Case

Study

Case

Study

62,000 individual tasks were completed and a value of 200mn Euro was

fully commissioned

• The shutdown was limited to 40 days and for this scope industry peers as

well as turnaround specialists certified us only a P2 (2%) chance to stay in

time and on budget

• Our remarkable achievement has set up new international benchmarks

for plant shutdowns and turnarounds – all goals have been reached,

5,000+ people from most European countries performed more than

1,600,000 man hours without any lost time incident and a completely

leak free start up just on time

Nick J. Kitching, Head of Turnaround Project Management,

PETROM OMV

11.35 A journey to turnaround excellence

• How to be predictable

• How to become competitive

• How to optimise your turnarounds performance

AP NETWORKS

12.05 Managing the human resources pool to establish an efficient

shutdown team

• How to recruit a skilled workforce

• Utilising core staff to minimise down time and cost

• Optimising manpower through effective contractor management

Hussein Holla, Maintenance General Manager, PETROZEIT

Wednesday 19th June Afternoon

12.35 Lunch

13.35 Shutdowns – create all the conditions for human error to

flourish

• The main categories of conditions conducive to human error are:

- Work environment

- Task demands

- Organisational, individual and equipment stressors

Shutdowns can generate these conditions in abundance

• Examples and steps to take to minimise the impact

Jane Goodacre, Director, OPERATIONAL RELIABILITY CONSORTIUM

14.05 Turnaround scope optimisation

• Processes and procedures for ensuring that the scope is optimised in

order to minimise costs and duration without compromising HSE, integrity

or reliability

• How reduction in costs as high as 40% with improved equipment integrity

and reliability can be achieved

• The importance of conducting the review correctly to comply with

corporate objectives and to satisfy regulatory bodies

Huw Morgan, Former Turnaround Director for A MAJOR OIL

COMPANY, now of MORGAN TURNAROUNDS

14.35 Behaviour based reliability

• Introduce the concept of behaviour based reliability

• Describe how the use of behaviour drivers can influence the human

factors required for successful reliability processes

• Outline a methodology for analysing reliability processes to activate

behaviour drivers to create sustainable reliability improvements

KBC

15.05 Coffee break

15.35 Setting and implementing KPI’S to measure

performance in a plant maintenance and

shutdowns refining system

Case

Study

• Achieving maximum return from equipment and production installations

• Implementing effective maintenance management strategies

• Asset Reliability Process to represent the collection of all tasks required to

support the maintenance function

Hamid Reza Seyed Jafari, Director, NIORDC

16.05 Managing ageing assets and optimal replacement

• Multi-sector collaboration research into optimal management of aging

assets

• Identifying and demonstrating the business case for optimal asset

replacement timing

• Structured methods for quantifying degradation, changing risks and

maintenance effectiveness

• Case studies in evaluating and optimising life extension projects and

refurbishments

John Woodhouse, CEO, THE WOODHOUSE PARTNERSHIP LTD,

Project Director, SALVO PROJECT

16.35 Analytics driven asset reliability and maintenance

management

• How to assess and improve asset related data quality

• Tips for streamlining reliability and maintenance analysis requirements

and best practices KPIs to be included in dashboards and reports

ASSET ANALYTIX

17.05 Close of conference

To find out how your organisation can benefit from sponsoring and exhibiting at

ERTC Plant Maintenance & Shutdowns please contact:

Eliot Morton Tel: +44 (0)207 316 9832 Email: eliot.morton@gtforum.com

Giacomo Bardola Tel: +44 (0)207 316 9849 Email: giacomo.bardola@gtforum.com


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