ERTC Plant Maintenance and Shutdowns

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May 15, 2014
from 08:00 AM to 05:00 PM


ERTC Plant Maintenance and Shutdowns has been developed for refining companies to share their case studies and best practices along with industry suppliers and technology providers. 
During these times of global financial uncertainty, fluctuating oil prices and reduced margins, it is more important than ever to maintain existing plants and equipment with minimum investment. Additionally the human error factor has the potential to impact on both the safety aspect and the productivity of the refinery, therefore tools to minimise these risks are essential.
Attending the ERTC Plant Maintenance and Shutdowns conference will arm you with the right knowledge and strategies to optimise the manpower, reliability and effectiveness of your plant along with minimising health and safety risks during all aspects of turnarounds and maintenance processes.
By attending this conference you will be able to:Find out how your colleagues are tackling their challenges in refiner case studies Explore the human error risks and factors during a shutdown process and how you can minimise the potential impactsLearn about the different maintenance management strategies that can help to achieve maximum returns from equipment and production installations with minimal investment.



Price: Refiner: €1199, Sponsor: €1399, Supplier: €1599


MOL, IBR-Gunvor, Khalda Petroleum, UKPIA


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