Istanbul, Turkey to Host the 2014 Plant Maintenance and Reliability 6th Global Praxis Interactive Workshop this October
Istanbul, Turkey – Experts from the Oil & Gas industry are focusing more and more on the importance of Plant Maintenance and Reliability by taking prime measures and using best in class technologies to minimize the risk of equipment failure, unplanned plant shutdowns and to run smooth turnarounds. In the 6th Plant Maintenance and Reliability workshop organized by Praxis Global Research on 20-22 October in Istanbul, Turkey, Nabil Mourad, Integrity Advisor from ADCO will address briefly the concept of integrity management and how to incorporate reliability requirements into the design of O&G facility.
It is becoming more and more imperative for the maintenance and reliability experts to continuously work on new technologies and solutions and to bring them into practice for smooth operations, efficient production and in turn revenue generation. This interactive technology workshop will be providing platform to the operators and the solution providers to discuss the industry challenges and come up with the outputs for better maintenance and reliable plants.
The Executive Steering Committee is taking its shape and includes Nabil Mourad - Integrity Advisor, ADCO;
Shehzan Ahmed – Material Manager, QAFAC; Andrey Kostyukov – First Deputy Director General, SPC “Dynamics”; and Pir Muhammad Ali Shah – Sr. Engineer (Monitoring & Inspection) Department, PPL Pakistan – to name a few. These experts including other steering committee members will share their best life-case solutions in this interactive platform.
The Plant Maintenance and Reliability workshop will bring best live practices through case studies and presentations with focus on the following key topics: efficient maintenance of aging infrastructure
• Key performance indicators for best in class maintenance
• Design for Integrity-RCM & RBI, RAM requirements and their impact on design and facility reliability
• Differences between RCM-I, RCM-II and MSG-3 types of reliability centered maintenance
• Asset integrity management and proactive measures in restricting equipment corrosion
• Rotating equipment new technology development and maintenance strategies
• Critical issues in three phases of turnarounds-planning & logistics, shutdown & execution and start-up & evaluation
• Real-time health monitoring of machinery and online operation risk evaluation
The 2014 Plant Maintenance and Reliability 6th Global Praxis Interactive Technology Workshop brings together the industry experts to explore new solutions to Plant Maintenance and Reliability issues. Through series of case study presentations and interactive breakout discussions, the most critical industry challenges will be discussed and the most suitable solutions will be identified with best practice strategies for addressing these issues.
For further information, please contact Gul Owais (Project Manager) at firstname.lastname@example.org or +971 4 276 5897 ext. 118.