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Asset Integrity Management

  • Aberdeen, Highlands & Islands
  • <p>Ardoe House Hotel<br />South Deeside Road<br />Aberdeen, UK</p>
  • 2-10-2019
  • 09:00 - 17:00
  • Non-Member - 560.00
    Member - 470.00
    + VAT
  • Book now

Approaches to upstream asset major accident hazard management with learnings from inside and outside of the oil and gas industry.

2 - 3 October 2019

Download the booking form - only members/non-members booking for two days can book online. Please download the booking form for all other booking options.

This timely conference will explore the latest industry thinking, best practice, research and lessons learned and innovation with relevance to the management of major accident hazards associated with oil and gas assets.

In 2010 the Energy Institute published its High-Level Framework for Management of Process Safety. This cross-industry guidance was developed with input from several high-hazard industry sectors including oil and gas and has been endorsed by the industry safety regulator.

This conference seeks to build on these principles of cross-industry learning to examine approaches to the assessment and management of common major accident hazards from within, and without the upstream sector.


2 October 2019:

Keynote Presenter

  • TAQA’s drive for process safety excellence and its impact on integrity
    Fraser Selfridge, Integrity Manager, TAQA Bratani

 Leadership Session

  • Maintaining the integrity of ageing offshore assets
    Matthew Blackburn, Energy Division Offshore, Health & Safety Executive

  • Asset integrity improvements
    Martyn Campbell, Manager, Maintenance Delivery, Integrity & Turnaround, Production Operations, CNOOC International

  • Leadership assurance of high consequence safeguards
    Chris Venn, Process Safety Manager, Angola LNG (On Secondment from Chevron UK)

Measurement and Review Session

  • The value of data in resource constrained asset management
    Innes Auchterlonie, MD, IMRANND

  • Should we embrace a digital revolution in process safety?
    David Evans, Senior Consultant, Rider

  • Making sense of maintenance management KPI’s
    Mike Judd, Global Manager for Reliability and Maintenance, Petrofac

  •  Drinks Reception, sponsored by Petrofac

3 October 2019:

Keynote Presenter

  • Grenfell and major accident hazard industries – lessons and themes
    Ian Herbert, Principal Engineer, MMI Engineering

Risk Management Session

  • Effective process safety management is not demonstrated by the absence of hydrocarbon releases, but by the presence of strong barriers
    Ashley Hynds, HM Principal Inspector, Energy Division – Offshore, Health & Safety Executive

  • Accelerated adoption of robotic cleaning and maintenance technologies through innovative approaches
    Emma McLellan, Subsea Reliability Engineer, Chevron Energy Technology Company

  • Development of novel risk-based inspection methodology and software for liquefied petroleum gas tanks
    Meshary A. Al-Bahli, Inspection Technical Support Division, Saudi Aramco

Hazard Identification Session

  • Process safety in decommissioning
    Lee Allford, Energy Institute  

Further speakers to be announced

Conference themes:


  • Asset integrity/process safety leadership
  • Competence assurance
  • Workforce involvement

Hazard Identification 

  • Wells/blowout
  • Shipping collision
  • Fire/explosion and process containment
  • Rotating equipment/turbine failure
  • Helicopter collisions
  • Structural failure

Risk Management

  • Wells/blowout, shipping collision, fire/explosion and process containment, rotating equipment/turbine failure, helicopter collisions, structural failure
  • Procedures, standards and practices
  • Emergency preparedness
  • Inspection and maintenance
  • Work control, permit to work and task risk management
  • Contractor and supplier management

Measurement/Review and Improve

  • Incident reporting and investigation
  • Audits
  • Procedures, standards and practices
  • Emergency preparedness
  • Inspection and maintenance
  • Work control, permit to work and task risk management
  • Contractor and supplier management

Who should attend?

This conference will be of interest to oil & gas personnel with responsibilities in the fields of:

  • Asset Management
  • Technical Risk Analysis
  • HSE
  • Asset Integrity
  • Operations
  • Human Factors
  • Business Improvement
  • Operational Excellence


  For one day: For two days:
Member £305.00 £470.00
Company Member £380.00 £510.00
Non-Member £495.00 £560.00
Student £90.00 £175.00
YPN or AMEI (in full-time work) /Academic £155.00 £260.00

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For sponsorship opportunities please contact Simon Kirby on or 020 7467 7187.

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