Asset Integrity Management Abu Dhabi conference to focus on challenges of low oil prices

The Asset Integrity Management Abu Dhabi conference will be held in April.
The Asset Integrity Management Abu Dhabi conference will be held in April. | Pixabay

With oil prices at their lowest levels in 12 years, IQPC Middle East, in collaboration with leading asset integrity professionals, will be holding the Asset Integrity Management Abu Dhabi conference in April to help oil and gas operators explore cost-effective approaches to ensuring their assets are safe. 

Asset integrity management strategies are being utilized by leaders in the UAE oil and gas sector in response to the industry pricing trends. 

The conference, running April 17-20, is being held  by IQPC Middle East along with ADNOC Distribution, ADGAS, ZADCO, BGD Project, Al Hosn Gas and others.

Solution providers will be on hand during the four day event in Abu Dhabi with the purpose of highlighting efforts in assisting oil and gas operators manage their assets. Some of those companies include ABB Consulting and Nexus Global, which will participate in roundtable discussions with participants to discuss industry case studies and how operators in other areas are dealing with the dip in oil prices.

Keynote speakers include Manmohan Sreedhar, integrity department manager, ADNOC Distribution; Elaine Harbour, head of liaison (Middle East) health and safety executive; Hicham Houmane, technical data officer, Zakum Development Company (ZADCO); Amey Kulkarni, senior safety engineer, ADNOC; Jasim Al-Hammadi, manager of performance and reliability, ADGAS; Samir Benmebarek, HSE manager, ZADCO; Maher M. Al-Dughaim, EHSS general manager, Methanol Chemicals Company; and Nazmawati Binti Samsudin, process safety engineer, Borouge.

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