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Facility Integrity Management - Best Practices and Continuous Improvements

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Calgary Petroleum Club

319 5 Avenue Southwest

Calgary, AB T2P 0L6

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Facility Integrity Management - Best Practices and Continuous Improvements

Technical Session and Tradeshow

The technical presentation session will focus on pressure equipment, tanks and piping integrity management programs, including challenges, implementation, in-service inspection, repairs, investigation, best practices and continuous improvements suggested for facility integrity programs.

This symposium is intended for field operations, engineering, integrity personnel and service providers who influence facility integrity and maintenance programs. Registration for the technical presentations begins at 9:45 am and the symposium presentations will begin at 10:15 am.

Presentations

Presentation # 1: "Proactive FFS Approach to Reduce Turnaround Time of Storage Sphere", Alex Tatarov, Skystone International

Dr. Tatarov is a PhD in Physics and Math and for several years he worked as a professor of Physics in Kiev University. In Canada he is a P. Eng. in Physics and concentrates on failure analysis. Since 2007 he has been working for Skystone International. His area of expertise includes Failure Analysis, X-Ray Diffraction, Mechanical Testing, Corrosion Testing and Evaluation, Fracture Mechanics, Finite Element Analysis, Fitness-for-Service Assessment, and Expert Witnessing for Litigation. Dr. Tatarov has successfully performed close to 2000 cases of failure analyses and fitness-for-service assessments at different levels of complexity.

Presentation # 2: "A Process Safety Management approach to Report and Investigate Pressure Equipment Integrity related Incident", Adnan Mahmood, Plains Midstream Canada

Adnan Mahmood is the manager of Process Safety at Plains Midstream Canada, overseeing the OSHA based Process Safety Management Program both in Canada and the US. Adnan is also the member of CSA 767 technical committee on Standards for Process Safety Management. He has over 15 years’ of experience working in Process Safety, EPCs and pipelines. Adnan has a bachelor’s degree in Chemical engineering and completed his Master’s degree in engineering from Germany and Calgary. He has successfully implemented the Process Safety Management Program at Plains Midstream Canada and Integrated Facilities Integrity Program with
Process Safety.

Presentation # 3: "Investigations and Due Diligence", Greg Jones, AER

Greg Jones has been the Manager of the Alberta Energy Regulator’s Major Investigations Team since the AER stood-up in 2013. He has 18 years of regulatory investigation experience, 12 of which relate to the energy development sector. With this experience, he has seen the Good, the Bad and the Ugly relating to the due diligence of corporations and individuals. Being an optimist, he prefers to focus on the “good” and believes that sharing lessons learned from investigation findings is a critical component to collaborating with the regulated community.

Presentation # 4: "Implementation and Optimization of Piping Integrity Programs", Ray Goodfellow, IRISNDT

Ray Goodfellow is a Principal Officer at IRISNDT. He has over 30 years of experience in the oil and gas, fertilizer and chemical plant industries. Ray started his career with Chevron Canada where he was the head of the Asset Integrity Team and Chief Inspector. For the last 14 years, he has been heading an engineering consultancy supporting a wide range of customers and industries. He is a subject matter expert (SME) in risk assessments, corrosion control, materials selection and welding for facilities, pipelines and wells. Ray has developed and implemented equipment and piping integrity programs and Risk Based Inspection (RBI) programs for a wide variety of companies ranging from large refineries, midstream gas plants and upstream separation facilities. He has experience in customizing these programs to meet both regulatory requirements and specific company requirements.

Presentation # 5: "CO/CO2 Influenced HIC Cracking of Dissimilar Weld", Neil Park, Shell Canada Ltd.

Neil Park is a Senior Materials & Corrosion Specialist working for Shell at the Scotford Manufacturing Complex. Neil has been working in the field of corrosion for over 20 years covering wells integrity, upstream pipelines and downstream applications

Introduction to Corrosion Course

This training course in the morning is for anyone who is interested in learning more about the corrosion industry. It is being offered prior to the technical sessions, from 8:00 am to 10:00 am. The presenter is Jana Johnson, Pipeline Integrity Engineer at Repsol Oil & Gas Canada Inc. Jana has 10+ years of experience in pipeline integrity engineering and served as the NACE Calgary Section Executive Committee Chair from Summer 2016 to 2018.

Cost

Registration closes on November 14.

Introduction to Corrosion - Regular/$70

Symposium Technical Presentation & Lunch - Regular/$85

Full Day: Introduction to Corrosion Course, Technical Presentations & Lunch - Regular/$125

Cost for students: Introduction to Corrosion - $25, Symposium technical Presentation & Lunch - $40, Full Day: Introduction to Corrosion Course, Technical Presentation & Lunch, $65.

Sponsorships

Symposium Exhibitors - Sold Out

Lunch and Coffee Sponsor - $250 x 8 (1 free admission for technical sessions)

Planner: Prakash Gunasekaran program@nacecalgary.ca

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