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Asset integritymanagement conference Operational asset integritymanagement for ageing offshore oil and gas infrastructure 29 October 2013, Aberdeen


The programme of this year’s annual asset integrity management conference will be based on industry guidelines developed by the Energy Institute. It will address the key issues for a number of critical offshore components and challenging asset integrity management issues. The conference will be followed by a drinks reception to launch the EI's guidelines on small bore tubing assemblies.


Speakers and topics include:


• Peter Allison, Lead Consultant, OFC Consortium Managing microbially induced corrosion (MIC)


• Andy Duncan, KP4Manager, Health and Safety Executive Latest on HSE's KP4 programme


• LaurieMacKay, FabricMaintenanceManager, ConocoPhillips Latest on fabric maintenance and thermal insulation systems


• Robert Noble, Technical Director, 1tegrity Management of bolted joints in pressurised systems


• Taf Powell FEI, Expert Advisor, EU Commission Keynote session:NewEUDirective for offshore oil and gas operations


• JohnWintle, Consultant Engineer, TWI Technical gap analysis for ageing and life extension (ALE) applications


• Ben Coutts, Engineering Director, Hydrasun Latest techniques for successful management of small bore systems


• Laza Krstin, Principal Consultant, ABB Managing corrosion under pipe supports


• Brian Nixon FEI, Chief Executive Officer, Decom North Sea Transiting to end of asset life


• Steven Plant,Managing Director, Plant IntegrityManagement Corrosion management of life extended offshore production facilities


• Dr Cameron Stewart CEng,UpstreamTechnologyManager, EI Conference Chair


• Carlos CaicedoMartinez,Materials and Corrosion Team Leader, Shell Managing microbially induced corrosion (MIC)


To register your interest or for further information, please contact GemmaWilkinson e: gwilkinson@energyinst.org t: +44 (0)20 7467 7174


Sponsored by www.energyinst.org/events


Using Special Core Analysis in Reservoir Engineering


Wettability, Relative Permeability & Residual Oil Saturation 6 – 8 November 2013


Presented by Jess Stiles, this course is designed for reservoir engineers and geologist involved in modelling petroleum reservoirs, and to geoscientists working in the area of reservoir characterisation. In this unique course the causes of discrepancies in laboratory results are revealed and the importance of reservoir wettability, in defining water-oil relative permeability, is explained.


Laboratory personnel involved with SCAL measurements will find the course useful in learning how their results are used and in gaining insight into how laboratory programmes might be improved. Production geologists and petrophysicists working in integrated teams will also find the course valuable, particularly in selecting samples for analysis and assisting in relating relative permeability and capillary pressure to rock type.


www.imperial.ac.uk/cpd/core For further details contact:


Ying Yuan, Centre for Continuing Professional Development, School of Professional Development. E-mail: cpd@imperial.ac.uk Tel: +44 (0)20 7594 6881


www.imperial.ac.uk/cpd CMG EUROPE


Suite 4, Isis Building Howbery Park Wallingford, U.K. OX10 8BA


Phone: +44 1491 821111, E-mail: trainingeurope@cmgl.ca www.cmgl.ca/training-europe


TRAINING COURSES 2013


INTRODUCTION TO CMG’S MODELLING WORKFLOWS


16 - 17 September 2013 14 - 15 October 2013 11 - 12 November 2013


INTRODUCTION TO THERMAL EOR MODELLING


18 - 19 September 2013 16 - 17 October 2013 13 - 14 November 2013


MODELLING OF SHALE, TIGHT OIL & GAS RESERVOIRS 4 - 5 November 2013


Please visit www.cmgl.ca/training-europe to register for these courses.


WHAT’S NEW 2013 SEMINAR


CMG is pleased to announce a What’s New seminar will be held on Wednesday, 6 November 2013 at Howbery Park in Wallingford. For more information, please visit www.cmgl.ca/europe-whatsnew


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