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NEBOSH International Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational Safety

Date: 26-Jan-15 to 31-Jan-15
Location: Kuala Lumpur / Malaysia
The NEBOSH International Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational Safety covers the principles of process safety management in the oil and gas industries, it provides an excellent foundation in health and safety allowing those within the oil and gas industries to manage oil and gas operational risks effectively. Peter Tickner is the NEBOSH trainer for the event. Peter has been in the field of Health and Safety for over 20 years, delivering training and consultancy. He has been delivering the NEBOSH International Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational Safety since it was first introduced. Peter has delivered the course to various Oil and Gas organisations for example B.P. and Shell but to name a few and also as public courses.  Special Features: - The training is CPD ...

Give and Take Day - Camden

Date: 31-Jan-15 to 31-Jan-15
Location: London / United Kingdom
Give and Take Days – your chance to pass on items you no longer need and pick up something you do for FREE. Please note that you can give: books, DVDs/CDs, garden ware, IT, tools, clothes/shoes, small furniture, small electrical items and toys. We also accept: large furniture and white goods. At events we will also run repair workshops - Bring your own electrical items and take part in a repair workshop. Registration on the day on a first come first served basis. Please note data and other sensitive information should be deleted in advance/we may not be able to repair tablets or iPads as mending them can be quite an intricate and time-consuming process. Item too big? - There is a free collection for larger, good quality items, such as furniture and electrical appliances. Text ...

Argus DeWitt Olefins Conference 2015

Date: 02-Feb-15 to 03-Feb-15
Location: Singapore / Singapore
Global olefins production is seeing huge changes in feedstock, technology and downstream demand. The shale surge in the US has not only made the economics of ethane cracking there as attractive as in the Mideast Gulf, it is also resulting in an abundance of light naphtha for use in chemical production globally. There is also considerable investment in alternate technologies to produce olefins. This is borne out by propane dehydrogenation (PDH) investment in China, the US shale boom lifting LPG supplies and methanol-to-olefins (MTO) becoming a significant portion of Chinese olefins production. What will olefins production economics and competitiveness look like in the next few years and how will it affect investment and demand in the downstream markets? Conference Highlights: ...

Argus DeWitt Olefin Conference 2015

Date: 02-Feb-15 to 03-Feb-15
Location: Singapore / Singapore
The conference will cover the changing feedstock picture on a global basis amid a surge in gas based production, PDH and MTO investments and how this will change global olefins production economics, competitiveness and trade as well as downstream investment. These issues will be covered across China, Mideast Gulf, Europe and the US. It will also focus on demand outlook for key downstreams as well as related shipping and logistics issues.

E&P Information & Data Management 2015

Date: 03-Feb-15 to 04-Feb-15
Location: England / United Kingdom
13 OPERATORS REPRESENTING 12 NATIONS TO SPEAK FOR A DEVELOPING UPSTREAM INDUSTRY... Building on 16 years of leading conferences within data management the SMi Group are delighted to introduce there 17th Annual E&P Information and Data Management Conference. Our 2015 conference will bring leading industry experts from across the globe to discuss the latest issues and developments in the industry. The two day programme and 4 workshops will build on the success of 2014 which saw over 70% of oil and gas end-users in the room. The event will give delegates the opportunity to discuss topics including data governance, standards and practice, issues of data quality, analytics plus more. The event is the perfect platform for hearing about lessons learned in the field from oil and gas ...

17th annual E&P Information and Data Management

Date: 03-Feb-15 to 04-Feb-15
Location: London / United Kingdom
13 OPERATORS REPRESENTING 12 NATIONS TO SPEAK FOR A DEVELOPING UPSTREAM INDUSTRY... Building on 16 years of leading conferences within data management the SMi Group are delighted to introduce there 17th Annual E&P Information and Data Management Conference. Our 2015 conference will bring leading industry experts from across the globe to discuss the latest issues and developments in the industry. The two day programme and 4 workshops will build on the success of 2014 which saw over 70% of oil and gas end-users in the room. The event will give delegates the opportunity to discuss topics including data governance, standards and practice, issues of data quality, analytics plus more. The event is the perfect platform for hearing about lessons learned in the field from oil and gas ...

O&M and Lifecycle Management for CCGT Power Plants, 3-4 February, 2015

Date: 03-Feb-15 to 04-Feb-15
It is crucial for all operators of CCGT power plants to implement and establish a full life operations and maintenance (O&M) plan for their gas turbine and balance of plant. In a time of commercial and operational pressure, there must be a real focus on delivering the most cost-effective and flexible operations as possible. The inaugural annual Middle East O&M and Lifecycle Management for CCGT Power Plants conference will bring together a range of regional operators, OEMs and third party service providers for discussion on how operators can reduce maintenance spend and increase gross margin, without impacting plant availability and efficiency. Our case studies will allow attendees to benchmark best practice with major power plant operators. Discuss key strategic and ...

Shutdown & Turnaround for Efficient Plants 2015 (STEP 2015)

Date: 02-Feb-15 to 04-Feb-15
Location: Muscat / Oman
Shutdowns and Turnarounds are major events that can impact a company’s business and profitability, the direct influencers are revenue lost from offline time, costs associated with the turnaround event and failure to ensure asset integrity or optimize production capacity. Data from turnaround events indicate that turnaround safety, cost, schedule, and operability problems are not random. Rather, these problems are predictable months prior to any particular turnaround. The highly experienced Technical Advisory Committee Members of the Shutdown & Turnaround 2015 follows a basic yet important principle to ensure repeated success at their Plant Turnarounds. Unanimously, each one of the Committee advocates ‘Failure to Plan effectively’ as the spiral to disaster. At the Shutdown and ...

Argus Africa Bitumen 2015, Tanzania

Date: 04-Feb-15 to 05-Feb-15
The 2015 conference will be an essential event for all those involved in the African bitumen market. It will bring together senior government officials, and suppliers, distributors, traders and consumers of bitumen across the continent and further afield. Last year's inaugural Argus Africa Bitumen 2014 conference was sold out, so book early to secure your place at Argus Africa Bitumen 2015. Email bitumen@argusmedia.com, call +44 (0)20 7780 or visit the link provided. -------------------------------------------------------------- Key topics to be explored: -Evolving sources of supply for the African market -Focus sessions on changing levels of demand in North, South, East and West Africa -Latest developments in corridors across Africa -Investing in the African road ...

Wind Risk Management & Mitigation

Date: 04-Feb-15 to 05-Feb-15
Location: London / United Kingdom
Formerly entitled Contract Risk Management In Offshore Wind Construction, the Wind Risk Management & Mitigation Conference has been revamped to reflect the evolving challenges facing the industry. The event will still focus on contract risk but will now also offer defined approaches to mitigate risk throughout the project lifetime from pre-consent to decommissioning. Highlights include: -Roberto Lacal Arantegui from the European Commission discussing technology investment and the economic prospects of wind energy in Europe -RWE’s mitigation measures to adopt in the pre-consent and pre-construction phase to avoid generating superfluous costs -The chance to learn from Siemens as to how you can minimise the risk involved with new technology and overcome investment uncertainties ...