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  HOW TO SELECT AND OPTIMISE MAINTENANCE REGIMES FOR YOUR UTILITY ASSETS TO ACHIEVE SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE AND SERVICE AT OPTIMUM COST International Conference: 8 – 9 December 2014Interactive Masterclass: 8 & 9 December 2014 Beach Rotana Hotel, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Hear what past attendees of our maintenance-related events think of our events: “ I t was a good summit which gathered experienced people from many places to exchange knowledge ” Maintenance Planning Section Leader,  ADMA OPCO “ It was my pleasure to work with IQPC. We will continue to support future events for the benet of all ” Functional Production Manager, Petroleum Development of Oman (PDO) “ Well organised and well attended by key Asset Integrity professionals across the region who effectively interacted through presentations and discussions with an objective of enhancing the Asset Integrity Management in the Oil & Gas industry ”   Mechanical Integrity Team Leader, Occidental Mukhaizna LLC Power and Water Maintenance 2014 For more information or to register – ) Tel: +971 4 364 2975 | 1 Email: enquiry@iqpc.ae | 8  www.powerwatermaintenance.com   | Follow us on@iqpcmena  Media partnersResearched and developed by:  Learn how asset management standards will help optimise your business results and benchmark against international companies Hear how best practice plant maintenance strategies can reduce your unplanned downtime and increase operational efciency  Find out how accurate corrective measures can reduce damage and disruption to the rest of the plant to maintain your customer service BENEFITS OF ATTENDING:KEY SPEAKERS: MOHAMMED EID IBRAHIM,  Water O&M Division Manager  AL AIN DISTRIBUTION COMPANY (AADC)DR. ADIL GHALIB  AL BUSAIDI  Asset Management & Planning Manager, OMAN ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION COMPANY (OETC)ENG. NICHOLAS WELLWOOD,  Advisor – Integrated Infrastructure Planning, Municipal Planning Division, Department of Municipal Affairs  ABU DHABIMARK PREECE, Director of Electricity Networks and HSE, REGULATION AND SUPERVISION BUREAU (RSB), ABU DHABI MATAR SUHAIL SALEM  AL MEHAIRI Senior Manager - Asset Management, Distribution Power,  DUBAI ELECTRICITY AND WATER  AUTHORITY (DEWA)DR. RICHARD CHILTON Director QASR   Book before 18 September 2014 to save up to US$500  Power and Water Maintenance 2014 WHO WILL YOU NETWORK WITH: Power and Water Maintenance 2014 has been designed for: ã Utility companies (generation/transmission/distribution)ã Oil and gas or petrochemical companies and operators licensed to generate and supply their own electricity and/or waterã Industrial manufacturing and processing companies With the following job functions and responsibilities: ã Head of Asset Managementã Head of Emergency Repair Sectionã Head of Maintenance and Reliability ã Head of Maintenance Planning & Control/Sectionã Head of Maintenance and Site Asset Managementã Electricity Operation and Maintenance Directorã Water Projects and Maintenance Supervisorã Asset (Lifecycle) Managerã Maintenance Superintendent ã Reliability Engineering Specialistã Operations and Maintenance Specialistã Senior/Assistant Maintenance Plannersã Senior Engineer - Asset Managementã Engineering & Maintenance Engineers/Technicians In addition to selection of Maintenance Consultants, EPC contractors and technology or solution providers. IQPC provides business executives around the world with tailored practical conferences, large scale events, topical seminars and training programmes, keeping them up-to-date with industry trends, technological developments and the regulatory landscape. IQPC conferences are market leading “must attend” events for their respective industries. IQPC produces more than 1,700 events annually around the world, and continues to grow. Founded in 1973, IQPC now has ofces in major cities across six continents including: Bengaluru, Berlin, Doha, Dubai, Johannesburg, London, New York, Riyadh, Singapore, Sydney, Tampa, and Toronto. IQPC leverages a global research base of best practices to produce an unrivalled portfolio of conferences. www.iqpc.ae “ Most of the summit, especially the service provider presentation was very good ” Lead mechanical Engineer, Duqm Refnery & Petrochemical Industries LLC “ The summit provided signicant data on renewable energy and regulations as well as networking opportunities ” Sector Head, Power, Transport, Public, The Zubair Corporation “ I believe it was a well-organised and successful conference ” Chief Engineer (Corrosion),  ADCO “ The summit provided me with new contacts and new sector insights ” Director of Customer Affairs,  Authority for Electricity Regulation Event overview: Utility companies typically make substantial annual investments on maintaining, repairing or replacing their assets. The majority of these functions were implemented at frequently scheduled intervals and run to failure. However, due to increasing regulation of the utility sector in the region and the need to optimise and improve costs, local electricity and water companies aim to comply with global asset management standards to optimise business results and benchmark against international companies. In addition, there is a gradual shift from time and frequency-based maintenance approaches to condition-based, preventative methods in order to optimise the life-cycle of the asset.By optimising asset management strategies, the performance and return for all stakeholders can be maximised. Part of achieving this, is to create a coordinated replacement, maintenance and repair strategy. Improving the reliability of assets is a key consideration for operational and technical management. To ensure resources are allocated correctly, it is critical to maintain data and records.Register for Power and Water Maintenance 2014  to be part of the event that will help shape the future of the region’s utility industry!   For more information or to register – ) Tel: +971 4 364 2975 | 1 Email: enquiry@iqpc.ae | 8  www.powerwatermaintenance.com   | Follow us on@iqpcmena       C   o   n    f   e   r   e   n   c   e    d   a   y   1  This technical paper will examine the optimum ingredients for a successful Asset Management business culture in Abu Dhabi. The paper will look into the benefits of a pervasive Asset Management culture throughout an organisational from the Senior Executive through to the line Maintenance Staff. The risks that can undermine a successful Asset Management culture will also be discussed. The mechanisms to translate an efficient asset management business culture to achieve better ‘Bottom Line’ operational results for a business will be examined. The current initiatives of the Abu Dhabi Government to install an effective approach for Asset Management in Government Infrastructure Departments will be outlined. The resulting key initiatives and actions of the Department of Municipal Affairs in their journey towards Asset Management maturity will also be discussed.   Advisor –  Integrated Infrastructure Planning, Municipal Planning Division,Abu DhabiExecutive Director –  Operations,    Encouraging compliance to international asset management standards to ensure the strategy is integrated within the organisation    Supporting implementation through incentive schemes and additional support    Regularly reviewing progress to ensure adherence and improve business performance and service for end users Director of Electricity Networks and HSE,    Ensuring the goals of the organisation are matched to applications of the standard to optimise asset management and performance for customers    Optimising maintenance costs by thorough understanding of risks to customer service    Planning the expansion of accreditation from pilot schemes to the wider business with continuous improvement Session reserved for: Senior representative,    Balancing asset management costs against profitability    Ensuring minimal downtime and unscheduled maintenance activities to avoid penalties and service interruptions    Evaluating quality versus price for Operation and Maintenance (O&M) contractors Advisor –  Integrated Infrastructure Planning, Municipal Planning Division, Director, Asset Management Improvement Programme Manager,    Ensuring a return on investment by increasing productivity and profitability of the business    Ensuring effective partner selection through establishing a criteria that balances price and quality    Preparing the collection, organisation and analysis of huge quantities of data through specialised software and a task-force to create and implement the recommendations Session reserved for    Reviewing key principles of effective utility management    Enhancing the resource planning and management of utility assets    Utilising advanced materials , namely P91, the challenges and asset integrity    Improving performance to maximise output, productivity and lifecycle Consultant,Senior QA/QC Engineer,    Maintaining an Asset Management Plan through the AM supervisor and team    Planning your re-evaluation schedule to ensure that the plan is modified and adjusted to grow with your business objectives    Re-evaluating your Level Of Service (LOS) goals, Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), Long-Term Funding Strategies and updating your Asset Management Plan Director,Asset Management & Planning Manager,   For more information or to register  –  Tel: +971 4 364 2975 I Email: enquiry@iqpc.ae I www.powerwatermaintenance.com I Follow us @iqpcmena       C   o   n    f   e   r   e   n   c   e    d   a   y   2     Performing an assessment of your assets in terms of costs, downtime, workflow and time lost    Identifying and measuring production and loses in a structured method through the latest software    Ensuring RCM is implemented in a manner which can minimalise loses at reasonable costs Session reserved for:    Utilising Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) to define critical assets based on the risk of failure, the impact on the business and how to control it    Focussing on assets with a high risk of failure and high consequence of failure to prioritise the maintenance strategy    Ensuring compliance to all relevant regulatory standards and internal polices To speak on this topic, contact us at   Water O&M Division Manager,    Launching a documented reliability and maintenance policy that includes a 3 to 5 year improvement plan    Attaining a high level of planning and scheduling, including accurate prioritisation, allocation and execution of work    Maintaining an accurate technical database to help record trends for future improvements and amendments to the maintenance plan Water O&M Division Manager,    Addressing conditions which shorten the lifespan before they develop into a major failure    Utilising complex measuring techniques and advanced data processing to deliver configured condition information to the control room for analysis    Evaluating various inspection regime methods and devices for your asset To speak on this topic, contact us at    Improving the use of power plant information sources for equipment fault prediction and diagnosis to reduce O&M costs    Installing sensors based on process control design and equipment fault detection needs, as identified through Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) or predictive maintenance    Utilising the latest diagnostic analysis software applications and databases to ensure early identification of equipment faults    Enabling rapid incident response and preventing failure of critical equipment Manager Maintenance Engineering,(tentative)  For more information or to register  –  Tel: +971 4 364 2975 I Email: enquiry@iqpc.ae I www.powerwatermaintenance.com I Follow us @iqpcmena   .

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