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Track & Plenary Sessions

SMRP is known across the world for offering best-in-class, on-site education to maintenance, reliability and physical asset management professionals. At the SMRP 2020 Abu Dhabi Symposium, a full schedule of educational track and plenary sessions will be on offer. Sessions will take place on Tuesday, February 11, and Wednesday, February 12. All sessions are open to all attendees.  

Tuesday, February 11

10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. 

Excellence Toward Pipeline Integrity Management 

Track: Management | Topic: Equipment Reliability
Omar Alsahlawi, CMRP, Maintenance Engineer, Saudi Aramco
Audience Level: Intermediate 

Saudi Aramco/South Ghawar Producing Department has exerted substantial efforts to achieve significant reduction in turnaround time for re-manifolding of oil and water wells. After completion of workover activities, the wells are connected to the oil manifold through the oil flowlines and after final inspection, the wells are put into production. The turnaround time for re-manifolding of the wells is critical in terms of the locked potential of the wells and oil producing capacity. Re-manifolding involves many activities and resources that need to be planned, aligned and implemented in the shortest possible time, ensuring safe execution. This presentation summarizes the new maintenance methodology, which resulted in a significant reduction of turnaround days against the set key performance indicator (KPI). Saudi Aramco/South Ghawar Producing Department believes that sharing such experiences will be beneficial to all organizations.


11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 

Professionalization of Maintenance Organization in Oil & Gas Industry

Plenary Session | Topic: Organization & Leadership 
Geraldo Signorini 

Are you thinking long term about your maintenance team? As any other craft, maintenance organizations have their own set of skills, abilities and knowledge that helps them to apply the best practices from different industries. In this presentation we will talk about these set of skills, the most effective way to learn and apply knowledge, and present a case study from Schlumberger, the Maintenance Engineer program that transformed their maintenance organization.


 

1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. 

How Comprehensive Lubrication Management Can Save Millions

Track: Management | Topic: Equipment Reliability
Mugundan Devanathan, CMRP, ADNOC
Audience Level: Intermediate

This session will focus on how implementing best practices with lubricant storage and dispensing can lead to energy savings and increased profitability of business. 


1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. 

Equipment Standardization – Secrets for Reliable Operations

Track: Technical | Topic: Manufacturing Process Reliability
Suriya Narayanan, CMRP, Dar Al Riyadh
Audience Level: Advanced

It is a known fact that the cost of equipment is far less than the cost incurred during operation and maintenance of an asset during its cycle. Therefore, it’s key to focus more on what you are going to get from your asset during its operating period without focusing only on how much you are paying to purchase the assets. The need for reliability is typically the result of under-designing, mismatching of applications, use of non-standard components, non-availability of proven O&M procedures, non-availability of detailed work instructions, lack of dependable parts supplier or lack of skilled/trained workforce.  Organizations should implement equipment standardization strategies in their asset management policy to get maximum benefit of their investments for reliable operations, optimize workforce, increase skill level of workforce, optimize supply chain and to increase in-country value addition, to minimize risks and to save money. Implementing equipment standardization will help to eliminate higher repair times, non-availability of spare parts and unplanned shutdowns.


2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. 

Asset Management System (AMS/EAM) Engineering Implementation for Maintenance Excellence

Track: Management | Topic: Equipment Reliability
Ahmed Kotb, TRANSCO
Audience Level: Intermediate

This presentation is based on the experience and best practices of managing one of the largest Asset Management System (AMS) implementation projects in the GCC for the green fields mega projects of ADMA OPCO (ADNOC offshore, Abu Dhabi) that involved more than 180,000 assets. 


2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. 

Reliability Enhancement with Systematized Equipment Failure Investigations at Seawater Plant

Track: Technical | Topic: Equipment Reliability
Sharib Khan, CMRP, Saudi Aramco
Audience Level: Intermediate

The Qurayyah Sea Water Plant (QSWP) at sea water Injection department (SWID) is the world’s largest seawater treatment filtration plant for oil reservoir injections. It can currently produce 14 million barrels per day of treated seawater. The treated seawater is injected into producing reservoirs to support oil production and to obtain optimal oil recovery. As a rule of thumb, one barrel of oil is produced for every barrel of water injected. QSWP and its associated plants in SWID have thousands of pieces of equipment such as pumps, motors and plant air compressors working continuously for its operation to inject seawater into the oilfield reservoir. A system was developed to categorize these pieces of equipment in Class A, B or C. Each equipment item was classified based on several parameters like failure, importance, reliability and capacity utilization. Frequently failing critical equipment was targeted for reliability improvement using enhanced FRACAS (Failure Reporting, Analysis and Corrective Action System), which originated from defense in the 1970s.


4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 

Asset Performance Management Vs. Asset Strategy Management - Reliability Reimagined

Plenary Session | Topic: Business & Management
Stephen Reeve, ARMS Reliability
Audience Level: Beginner

This presentation will point out the differences between APM and ASM, and will provide with attendees a framework encompassing both APM and ASM to improve reliability.


Wednesday, February 12

10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. 

Achieving Reliability Excellence: Building Reliability Engineer Competencies

Track: Management | Topic: Equipment Reliability
Bandar Abualnassr, CMRP, CRE, CRL, CAMA, CPAM, Sadara Chemical Company
Audience Level: Intermediate

The journey of reliability excellence is long, yet very rewarding in the current chemical and petrochemical industries. As market prices are shrinking, the need to improve asset reliability is key to improving asset utilization. To achieve reliability excellence, we need to work on three key elements; people, processes and technologies. In this paper, I will focus on the most important element from the above, which is People, and in particular the development of people leading reliability excellence. Before the main discussion of people development, we must first begin with answering the question of why we need reliability engineers. Next we explore the role and responsibilities of reliability engineers. Then, a high-level process is discussed that will guide the path of reliability engineers’ development.


10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. 

Guidelines in Conducting PM Strategy for Online Analyzers

Track: Technical | Topic: Equipment Reliability 
Teofilo de Sagun, CMRP, SAUDI EUROPEAN PETROCHEMICAL CO. - A SABIC AFFILIATE
Audience Level: Advanced

Online analyzers play a very important role in petrochemical, refining industries and such.These industries have various analyzer types installed that function to monitor and control process to achieve product quality, maintain personnel & environmental safety and for regulatory compliance. In this context, PM frequency and man-hour of online analyzers must be reviewed and be updated based on the important criteria, which we will cover in this session. 


1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. 

Key Performance Influencer: A leadership tool to support teams engagement

Track:  | Topic: Organization & Leadership 
Geraldo Signorini 

The Key Performance Indicator, KPI, as we know from project management concepts, is a quantifiable measure used to evaluate the success of an organization in meeting objectives for performance. The Key Performance INFLUENCER is an unfolded discussion that is a activity oriented, quantifiable, easily measured, and designed to influence behavior and modify habits of an individual in order to increase the likelihood of achieving business objectives. Though it is basic it is this critical level of KPI development that nearly no one goes to. It is imperative to creating good employee habits. Influencers are a powerful communication and leadership tool that when understood and applied will result in improved business, team and personal performance.


 

1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. 

New Shaft Alignment Method by Use of Slow Turning Device for Turbine Rotor

Track: Technical| Topic: Equipment Reliability
Mohamad Ibrahim, CMRP, Saudi Aramco
Audience Level: Intermediate

Saudi Aramco’s Sea Water Injection Department has several gas turbines. There is requirement to frequently perform alignment checks in between the turbine rotor and auxiliaries, to avoid defects and equipment damage. The new shaft alignment method uses a slow turning device (electric motor or hydraulic ratchet system) jog push button to simultaneously rotate the combined assembly of turbine rotor accessory gear coupling, the accessory gearbox and the auxiliary equipment, to perform shaft alignment checks. With this method, the accessory gearbox shaft and auxiliary equipment shafts can be rotated together at the same time, and it becomes possible to use a reverse alignment method with a laser device. This method has decreased shaft alignment time from several hours to only fraction of an hour. This invention is applicable to all gas turbine models that have a rotor slow turning device (electric motor or hydraulic ratchet system) that can be manually operated by a local control switch or button. This has resulted in an annual cost saving of approximately $180,000.00 and this session will discuss using this new shaft alignment method to do the same in your facility. 


2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. 

Why Time-Based Maintenance of Electrical Systems Doesn't Work

Track: Management | Topic: Equipment Reliability
Martin Robinson, CMRP, IRISS
Audience Level: Beginner

Current maintenance practices of electrical distribution systems are still heavily driven by time-based shutdowns to conduct hands-on intrusive maintenance. This needs to stop, as the cost and inconvenience caused by these shutdown are unnecessary and break more equipment than they fix. Moving to a condition based inspection program is not only safer but is also far more cost effective and efficient. This presentation discusses the benefits of moving to a condition based inspection program and managing the risks involved in the transition.


2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. 

SGPD Best Maintenance Practice: Flange Weld Test Plug

Track: Technical | Topic: Equipment Reliability
Piyush Pandey, CMRP, Saudi Aramco
Audience Level: Intermediate

As one of the best maintenance practices, Saudi Aramco/ South Ghawar Producing Department uses an approved tool, the High Lift Flange Weld Test Plug, to conduct hydro testing of pipe to flange weld joints. This approved technology is replacing the old conventional way of hydro testing the flange to pipe weld joints, without the need to fill the entire piping system with water, and without pressurizing the whole system. This tool has proven its merit in many aspects by improving safety, saving time, effort, conserving water, and eliminating associated costs. This presentation summarizes the benefits of implementing this best practice through a case study. South Ghawar Producing Department believes that sharing such experience will be beneficial to all organizations.

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