24 - 27 September, 2018
Abu Dhabi, UAE

Conference Day One – Tuesday, 25 September 2018

8:00 am - 8:50 am Registration, refreshments and networking

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Michael Nates

Managing Director (Former Executive Director: Corporate Responsibility, Sustainability & HSE, ACWA Power)
Nates Associates

The Process Safety Summit is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2018, which is also the Year of Zayed, UAE’s founding father. The Year of Zayed is also a remarkable year for celebrating achievements and encouraging innovations for the future. The morning session is dedicated to celebrating achievements and innovations in PSM from across the world. The awards have been constituted by IQPC’s global advisory committee that recognises both the efforts and achievements of teams and their respective companies. Keynote award winning presentation:

KEYNOTE SESSION AND EXCELLENCE AWARD OF APPRECIATION

9:00 am - 9:15 am Condor Petroleum achieves first gas in Poyraz Ridge, Gelibolu Peninsula, Western Turkey, without any LTIs or environmental incidents

William Hatcher, Chief Operations Officer,Condor Petroleum, Canada
Mr. Hatcher had led the Condor Petroleum team in a ‘hands-on’ capacity leading the company’s efforts to build and commission a Central Processing Facility (CPF) and a 16 kilometre pipeline at the company’s recently acquired Poyraz Ridge field in Western Turkey. Most significantly, this project was brought online in just 19 months after acquiring the property without injury to personnel or environment incidents. The award is to recognise the Condor Petroleum team in Turkey and Kazakhstan for this remarkable achievement in an era of volatile oil prices and budgetary cuts.
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William Hatcher

Chief Operations Officer
Condor Petroleum, Canada

9:15 am - 9:30 am Eni’s achievements in maintaining the highest levels of safety and standard

Giovanni Milani, Executive Vice President,HSEQ, Eni, Italy Chiara Cerruti, Vice President Safety,Eni, Italy
Excellence award of appreciation for maintaining the commitment to the highest standards of HSE and process safety, as shown by the organisation of the safety day, apart from the HSEQ Eni power project that developed, within the electronic special leave system, new procedures that permit a more efficient and secure management of work in the assembly, modification and dismantling of scaffolding.
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Giovanni Milani

Executive Vice President
HSEQ, Eni, Italy

Chiara Cerruti

Vice President Safety
Eni, Italy

9:30 am - 10:00 am Sponsored panel discussion: Are process safety standards fit-for-purpose?

  • Optimising standards without compromising on safety?
  • Do we have the right design standards for process safety without compromising on costs?
  • Discussing the way forward

10:00 am - 10:30 am Networking coffee break

MANAGEMENT OF CHANGE (MoC)

10:30 am - 11:00 am Implementing robust MoC in engineering projects (greenfield or brownfield) and achieving excellence: Discussing the Poyraz Ridge project in detail

George Clancy, General Director of Operations,Condor Petroleum, Turkey
  • Overview of MoC during select, define and execute processes
  • What changes need to be captured in a project MoC procedure? (Field changes, P&ID changes)
  • Key success factors or lessons learned from implementing robust MoC on a project
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George Clancy

General Director of Operations
Condor Petroleum, Turkey

11:00 am - 11:30 am Sponsored panel discussion: Identifying deficiencies in MoC processes and systematic improvement programmes

  • Background to problem (Evidence of deficiencies from incidents)
  • Method used for undertaking review and assessment
  • Understanding actions taken and improvement seen after identifying systematic repeat causes

11:30 am - 12:00 pm Organisational management of change (OMoC): How do manage critical safety elements during this change?

Michael John Godfrey, Process Safety Engineering Section Leader - Process Safety Engineering Section,ADNOC Offshore, UAE
  • Why do we need organisational MoC? Discussing incidents and safety moments
  • What are the key elements in OMoC?
  • Practicalities of implementing OMoC
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Michael John Godfrey

Process Safety Engineering Section Leader - Process Safety Engineering Section
ADNOC Offshore, UAE

12:00 pm - 12:30 pm Networking coffee break

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm Sponsored panel discussion: Lessons learned from implementing an electronic eMoC system

  • Overview of why we need to move from ‘paper-based’ to electronic MoC (efficiency, equipment availability, long -term reliability)
  • Summary of the journey planning, preparation implementing
  • Lessons learned - what we do differently next time?

1:00 pm - 1:30 pm Overcoming inherent challenges of documentation updates

Kanak Rao, Senior EHS Compliance Officer,ENOC, UAE
  • Understand the background to the problem (maintaining up-to-date documents such as P&IDs, cause & effects charts)
  • Problem identification and setting up the team to address and communicate accordingly
  • Procedures, practices developed to address the problem and make documentation ‘evergreen’

Kanak Rao

Senior EHS Compliance Officer
ENOC, UAE


LEADERSHIP AND CULTURE

1:30 pm - 2:00 pm Hierarchy of an integrated asset integrity programme (AIM): Helping build a culture with dedicated time, effort and attention

Mike Ford, Maintenance Manager,DUSUP, UAE
  • Understanding the sequence of the hierarchy, getting the 1, 2 and 3s in order
  • Ensuring a strong link from major accident hazard review, to the bow-tie barrier, to the preventive maintenance assurance routine
  • Managing the programme and communicating the results with feedback related to malfunctions, process demands, events, process changes, investigations or root cause analysis
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Mike Ford

Maintenance Manager
DUSUP, UAE

2:00 pm - 2:10 pm Chairman’s closing remarks

2:10 pm - 3:10 pm Networking lunch

3:10 pm - 3:10 pm End of conference day one

The published programme is correct at time of printing. However, given the seniority of our speakers and the nature of their roles, speakers may subsequently substitute or remove themselves from the programme. This is always regrettable, and we will always try to replace the speaker with a speaker with equivalent insight.