01T A New Era in Process Safety Management

01T A New Era in Process Safety Management

03 Sep 2019, 14:30 - 16:30

Room 3
Language:
English

In this session we will illustrate how new computing technologies applied to maturing fields on the UKCS drives improvements in process safety. Specialist numerical analysis or having a digital twin of the offshore facility, are now an efficient alternative to conventional design approaches as a basis for risk assessment processes. We will learn about the pooling of billions of hours of data on pressure safety valves to feed into risk-based inspection schemes, the use of digital twins in updating of procedures and at the same time incorporating human factors reviews. You will also see reviews of the progress of safety application and technology over the last 30 years giving learnings on how we manage our major accident hazards, hydrocarbon leaks and decommissioning activities.

 

1430| Managing Process Safety in a Decommissioning Project

M. Green, Atkins Limited; L. Allford, Energy Institute

1500| Pressure Safety Valve RBI - Using Half a Billion Hours of Data

J. Morgan, DNV GL

1530| Next Generation Verification of Offshore Assets

J. DOWNIE, RINA

1600| Towards a Digital Twin Supporting Risk based Decision Making For Offshore Installations

Z.E. Wattis, P.M. Murray, M. Golowczynski, A.W. Sadd, B.J. Bain, DNV GL

Alternate

Major Accident Hazards - Own Your Barrier

G. Simpson, Step Change in Safety; F. FitzGerald, DNV GL; S.J. Taylor, Apache North Sea Ltd.

Integrating Three-Dimensional Numerical Analysis Into Routine Design Practice for Offshore Consequence Analysis and Operational Troubleshooting Assessments

T. Plikas, Hatch Ltd; H. Ghorbani, I. Sharpe, K. Massey, Hatch Ltd.

A Digital Approach to Making a Step Change in Reducing Human Error in Procedures

K. Watson, ABB

 

Contributors

  • Troels Albrechtsen

    Chairperson

    TOTAL

  • Robin Simpson

    Chairperson

    Premier Oil

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