Shutdowns Superconference Houston

Venue: Houston

Location: Houston, Texas, United States

Event Date/Time: Jun 12, 2012 End Date/Time: Jun 13, 2012
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For 10 years, the Shutdowns Superconference has delivered the critical information you need for project success from first-class companies. Our speakers and delegates come from companies including: Suncor, Syncrude, Dow, ConocoPhillips, Spectra, Agrium, Cameco, Nova, Husky, Imperial Oil, CNRL, Cenovus, Talisman, Atco Power, OPG, TransAlta, Sherritt International, Nexen, Lanxess, Irving Oil, Shell, BP, ….and many more!

Now in Houston, the Shutdowns Superconference taking place June 12 & 13, 2012, will provide the latest shutdown techniques from top operators and solution experts. We invite you to be part of this event and share your knowledge and expertise with your fellow industry professionals.

Covering the full life cycle of a turnaround this event will cover important topics including:

• Planning & scheduling
• Managing safety
• Solutions to manage the shortage of skilled labor
• Managing scope creep and planning for emerging work
• Procurement issues and resource logistics
• Implementing project management systems and technology
• Establishing and maintaining budgetary controls
• Executing your shutdown with successful contractor partnering
• Maximizing productivity and minimizing operational risk
• Closing out strategy

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Who Should Attend: Shutdowns Houston will bring together the shutdown and turnaround workforce in the oil & gas, chemical & petrochemical, mining and other asset intensive industries in the region to discuss current challenges, solutions and new strategies for improved turnaround performance. This event is designed for: • Shutdown/Turnaround Planners and Schedulers • Plant Managers • Maintenance Managers • Operations/Project Managers • Asset Managers • Engineering, Procurement, Construction Superintendents • Inspection, Health & Safety and Contract Management from continuous process industries