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Asset Management 'An Anatomy', in association with the Institute of Asset Management

Branch event
  • Aberdeen, Highlands & Islands
  • <p>Marcliffe Hotel and Spa<br />North Deeside Road<br />Aberdeen</p>
  • 18-06-2019
  • 18:00 - 21:00
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What is the Institute of Asset Management and what value can it can bring to your organisation?

Adam Lea-Bischinger, Chair, Institute of Asset Management

Adam Lea-Bischinger is a Chartered Engineer with the Energy Institute and a Chartered Manager with the Chartered Management institute. He has been working in the oil and gas industry for over 15 years and held both technical and managerial roles.

Adam is the current chair for the Aberdeen branch of the Institute of Asset Management, focusing on raising awareness of the discipline of Asset management across a number of industries.

Adam is working with a number of new and established companies, providing training and consultancy support in the US and Middle East on Asset Management, reliability and Maintenance 


From the Boardroom to the Bridge - An Asset Management Case Study

Roy Milne, Head of Asset Integrity, Prosafe

As Prosafe’s Head of Asset Integrity, Roy does more than change a few light bulbs. With almost 20 years of maintenance and integrity experience from Electrician to Executive Director, he’s obsessed with improving the efficiency of the Board’s investment in offshore assets and finding innovative ways to keep it simple. Roy has led several projects around risk identification, maintenance optimisation and has advised several Leadership teams on technical investment in the Oil & Gas industry.


Decommissioning – The Sustainability Challenge

Tom Baxter, Senior Lecturer, University of Aberdeen

Tom started his career with ICI Petrochemicals, then moved to fine chemicals with the Swiss company Ciba-Geigy before taking a position as a Process Engineer in 1980 with BNOC (British National Oil Corporation). Through privatisation and acquisitions BNOC became Britoil then BP. Here he worked as an Operations Engineer, Development Engineer and Research Manager.

In 1991 he left BP and joined Altra Consultants as Technical Manager. He accepted a position as Technical Director with Genesis in 1998 and became the Aberdeen Business Unit Director in 2005. He returned to his role as Technical Director on 2010 together with a position as Senior Fellow in the Chemical Engineering Department at Aberdeen University, which he helped establish. Since 2003 he has been visiting Professor of Chemical Engineering at Strathclyde University.

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