Near-Miss Management (NMM) participated in a panel discussion with experts and end-users (of DRA) from a global Oil & Gas company at the 2016 Asian Downstream Week, held in Singapore from October 26-27, 2016. NMM was also pleased to be a Bronze Sponsor of the conference.
Panel Discussion Overview
Track: Operational Excellence and Asset Optimization
Time: Wednesday, October 26, 2016, 4:00 - 5:00 pm
Moderator: Dr. Ulku Oktem, Near-Miss Management
This panel discussion centered on the role of proactive risk management in achieving ultimate operational excellence. To be proactive, one needs to know what risks are developing in the operations, what stages they are in and which areas are affected. The panelists discussed the concept and tools that provide peripheral vision to become proactive, and presented examples of successfully achieving high level of operational excellence.
About Asian Downstream Week
The Annual Asian Downstream Week is a two day technical conference and exhibition organised annually by World Refining Association (WRA) as part of the Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW). In its 9th year, the region’s largest downstream-focused conference and exhibition, is designed to help refiners, petrochemical operators and chemicals players understand how digital and process technologies can help them achieve overall operational excellence. Digitalisation helps to improve asset integrity, with predictive maintenance, reduce downtime with real-time analytics, improve process efficiency through automated planning and manufacturing and monitor and control energy consumption. The programme is also packed with thought provoking keynote addresses, high-level panel discussions and in-depth case studies. The event continues to be the region’s largest downstream-focused conference and exhibition and the premier platform for learning, networking, seeking partnerships, and building key business relationships.
Keywords: panel discussion, operational excellence, safety, reliability, asset optimization, proactive risk management