With assets in the Middle East nearing the end of their expected design life and production showing no signs of slowing down, stresses on plants and refineries are increasing at an exponential rate. This is resulting in the challenges faced by operators and technicians growing both in volume and urgency. Therefore plant maintenance requires continuous attention and investment in order to meet the rise in operational demands. This is true for both the plant itself and for the teams that ensure its reliability and efficiency.
Marcus Evans is organizing the upcoming Total Plant Maintenance conference and workshop which will be held from the 11-13 May 2014 in Dubai, UAE.
This 3-day Total Plant Maintenance conference and workshop covers a unique horizon of engineering principles ranging from reactive and proactive maintenance, total productive maintenance, reliability centred maintenance, root cause analysis and cost effective inspection and maintenance.
A full day workshop on “Characterising Planning, Scheduling and Resourcing Issues that Focus on Underlying Dynamical Systems and Capabilities of Planning Systems” will allow you to enhance the knowledge of a robust total plant maintenance regime to capture the maximum value of assets and sustainable plant.
Key speakers at the event include Cotiga Gabriel Planning Engineer, Saudi Aramco Total Refining and Petrochemical Company (SATORP), UAE, Ignacio S.Gatell Senior Manager, Business Systems, EMAL, Abu Dhabi Ahmed H. El-Banna, Operation Readiness & Assurance (OR&A) Engineer, BAPETCO, Egypt, Ahmed El Garf Mechanical Engineer (Quality, Loss Prevent, HAZOP), Chevron, Egypt, Khalid Al Raies Senior Rotating Equipment Engineer, BP/PhPC, Egypt.