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History and Future of Structural Integrity Management

14 July 2015

Are you aware of the progress Structural Integrity Management (SIM) has made in the last 30 years? During the Structural Integrity Management (SIM) Gulf of Mexico Conference we hosted Houston last month, I met Patrick O’Connor, Chairman of the ISO 19901-9 SIM Committee and recently retired E&P Segment Engineering Technical Authority - Structures at BP America.

Working to plug the gaps in current SIM codes and standards, the SIM 19901-9 committee have been working towards an international standard for SIM, which includes a review of the existing codes and standards with additions.

In an exclusive keynote presentation, Patrick O’Connor highlighted the history and future of SIM, with details of the committee’s progress and how this will impact current approaches to SIM.

Get the complete SIM History and Future presentation with Audio here

•  Gain insight into future developments for Structural Integrity Management highlighting Data, Evaluation, Strategy and Program; new content on Management Framework; Floating Systems and Decommissioning
•  Hear how current challenges are impacting continued service of ageing offshore structures to understand how we can sustain production safely and economically

I hope you find this beneficial to your role.
Kind regards,
Adam Minkley
Projects Director – Oil & Gas
Upstream Intelligence

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