This workshop will address innovative and best practices adapted by asset owners to maintain, or even exceed, their competitive advantages in the current challenging market conditions.


The oil and gas industry has always focused on process safety to ensure the people, environment, and assets are preserved for sustainable, efficient and profitable production. The main pillars to achieve these objectives are people, performance, profitability and efficiency. Hence, assets that are utilised to extract and process hydrocarbons need to be integral and reliable.



To achieve the optimum management of assets, an organisation’s asset integrity management system (AIMS) should consider all the main pillars, by developing and implementing robust processes, procedures and guidelines for maintenance and inspection activities.



AIMS needs to be supported by a competency program for people who are implementing integrity critical tasks, a knowledge management program for smooth experience transition between generations, and retention of organisation memory.



In this edition of the asset integrity management workshop, we are going to address innovative and best practices adapted by asset owners to maintain, or even exceed, their competitive advantages in the current challenging market conditions, with support from advanced technical solutions provided by the business partners.



 

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Jumeirah Etihad Towers

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