The Intertek Asset Integrity Management (AIM) Symposium is open to all in the oil, gas, petrochemical, and civil infrastructure fields seeking to achieve increased productivity, while meeting safety and environmental goals through effective asset integrity management. Intertek AIM is holding this symposium June 20 – 22, 2018 at the Candlewood Suites Houston Park Row Hotel in Katy, TX. A block of rooms are available for those registered for the symposium.
The symposium will discuss key building blocks of a world-class asset integrity management program. Intertek’s team of industry leaders will demonstrate the activities, fundamental and advanced, that lead the asset integrity management process, focused on effective resource allocation and meeting regulatory requirement. These sessions will be supported with case studies, software demonstrations and best practices/lessons learned.
Anyone responsible for effective operation of capital assets with a desire to expand their knowledge of the integral parts of an asset integrity management program, improving reliability, and reducing downtime should attend this symposium.
Registration cost is $350/per attendee. A discount of $50 per registrant is available to teams of 3 or more who register together for the conference. (Deadline to register is June 11, 2018.)
For more information on the Intertek AIM Symposium or on our other services contact the Intertek AIM Engineering Team by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at 337-257-3650.
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| Day 1|
|Development of an Asset Integrity Management System|
|Benchmarking, Gap Analysis, and Developing Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)|
|Equipment Design, Selection, and Fabrication|
|Maintenance Optimization Strategies|
|Inspection and Maintenance Planning|
|Equipment Condition Assessment|
|Failure Analysis and Statistics|
|RCA and Management of Change|
|Software Tools and Data Analysis|
About the Presenters
Grant Lanthorn, P.E., CLS
Director, Reliability Engineering & Industry Research
Grant Lanthorn has been with Intertek’s Asset Integrity Management team since 2015. Mr. Lanthorn graduated Cum Laude from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte with dual degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Physics & Optical Science. Prior to joining Intertek, he worked for the Electric Power Research Institute with a focus on rotating equipment, system reliability, and risk management. He is a licensed STLE Certified Lubrication Specialist and assists clients worldwide in optimizing their asset integrity management systems.
Engineering Consultant with advanced expertise in asset integrity management (AIM) and process safety for oil and gas. Related skills include corrosion control, materials, chemicals, pigging, risk-based inspections (RBI), fitness-for-service, failure analysis, risk/safety management, reliability, and maintenance. Engineering Manager experienced in project management, facilities modifications, business planning, cost control, team leadership/mentoring, and technical authority duties. Thirty years’ experience with Amoco/BP, 4 years with Applus-Velosi
John Hasier, PH.D.
Principal Consultant, Corrosion
Dr. Hasier earned his Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology, where he gained experience as a Metallurgical Research Engineer. Other experience includes mechanical testing (tensile, compression, bending, fatigue, creep, hardness, toughness), thermomechanical process simulation (Gleeble System), cryogenic, high pressure, and high temperature systems, and electrochemical testing of energy storage materials.
Micheal T. Cronin, P.E.
Director of Engineering
Intertek Asset Intertek Management
Mr. Cronin expertise is in analysis of steady-state and transient stress, strain, and temperature fields using finite element and finite difference methods; fatigue and fracture analysis of large steam turbines, generator rotors, jet engine disks, pressure vessels, spacecraft structures, and launch vehicle platforms; risk analysis procedures for use in making run/repair/retire decisions; nondestructive examination using ultrasonic, magnetic particle, and radiographic methods; development of stress intensity factor solutions using finite element methods; and nonlinear stress and heat transfer analysis.