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Mooring Integrity Management – Current Strategies and Future Challenges

21 July 2015

In an effort to share the excellent progress made in Mooring Integrity Management (MIM), a group of experts from Shell, Chevron, BP, AMOG Consulting and DNV GL took part in a highly informative panel discussion at the SIM GoM Conference last month.

You can access the MIM presentation slides and audio discussion here

The critical information shared during this panel discussion will help you to:
*Understand the risks which you will face during your operations and the initiatives which you can learn from previous mooring integrity incidents
*Identify anomalies during operations, validate mooring line performance and define the risk profiles for your floating structures
*Identify the gaps in existing codes and standards for mooring integrity (such as Inspector Qualifications Requirements) and the development of a new MIM standard: API 2MIM and / or 2FSIM

Expert Panel speakers featured in this discussion:
Hongbo Shu, Mooring Systems SME and Technical Authority, Shell
David Petruska, Segment Engineering Technical Authority - Floating Structures, BP
Kai-tung (KT) Ma, Technical Team Lead, Mooring & Geotechnical, Chevron
Bob Gordon, Senior Principle Advisor, DNV-GL
Chris Carra, Director, AMOG Consulting

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