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The Global Shutdown , Turnaround & Inspection Forum
21-22-23 May 2025| Amsterdam, The Netherlands 

Van der Valk Hotel Schiphol Hotel 

Planning and managing shutdowns, turnarounds and outages in the process plant environment is a complex and demanding function. If turnarounds are not properly planned, managed and controlled, companies run the risks of serious budget overruns, costly schedule delays and negative impacts on customers.

The annual Shutdowns Turnarounds, Maintenance & Inspection Forum will provide you with innovative solutions and new strategies to tackle your ongoing, critical turnaround challenges.

 This information-packed event will help you achieve your turnaround milestones, delivering proven solutions, applicable case studies and problem solving discussions. Your team and your company will benefit from your new plan of action.


Themes And Topics

Key Learning Points:

This year’s new program reflects the top issues within the industry, with sessions focused on:

  • Detailed planning and execution methods and new techniques for effective post start-up evaluation

  • The scope development process and new approaches to understand the extent of scope to be performed

  • The fundamental considerations for building and optimising your maintenance for a streamlined and efficient shutdown

  • Contractor strategies for greater accountability and risk reduction

  • Effective communication behaviors for measurably improved turnarounds

  • Initiatives to address industry’s needs for qualified skilled labor

  • Importance of Asset Management in the current market dynamics

  • Reliability Deep Dive Case Study : Don’t Just Fix It , Improve it

  • Spare part optimization: the key to reducing downtime and cutting costs

  • Predictive Asset Maintenance: Data, Techniques and Constraints

  • Multi-scale and multi-physics modelling as predictive tool to support the integrity assessment of structural components

  • Asset Integrity: a Well site Process Safety Perspective

  • Machine learning application in asset management

  • Asset Integrity Management System Digitalization: Overview of State of the Art

  • Structural Integrity Management of Offshore Structures with Focus on Life Extension beyond Original Design Life

  • Asset health as the key driver for your short & long term planning

  • Value Creation with Lifecycle Management

Who should Attend

  1. Maintenance Planner/Schedulers

  2. Production Supervisors

  3. Storeroom Managers

  4. Maintenance Managers and Supervisors

  5. Operation Coordinators

  6. Plant Engineers

  7. Outage Coordinators

  8. Reliability Engineers

  9. Facilities Managers

  10. Project Managers

  11. Asset Management Specialists

  12. Quality Assurance

  13. Procurement

  14. Maintenance Team Members

  15. Supervisors

  16. Shutdown/Outage Team Members:

  17. Engineers

  18. Planners

  19. Project Managers

  20. Outage Planners

  21. Project Engineers

  22. Managers responsible for shutdowns

  23. Industries Include

  24. Petrochemicals

  25. Chemicals

  26. Refineries

  27. Power Generation

  28. Oil/Gas exploration and production (Platforms / FPSO /FSU)

  29. LNG

  30. Gas plants

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