NEN and Shell invite you to a seminar in Delft on Wednesday 29th March 2017 (13:00 - 18:00h) entitled “Achieving sustainable business performance by qualified implementation and use of oil and gas standards”. Welcome lunch starts at 12:00h.
This seminar is a unique opportunity for the European petroleum industry and others to learn how existing and new multi-disciplinary international ISO standards are enablers for cost-efficiency, risk reduction, and minimizing carbon footprint.
The working group, ISO/TC 67/WG 4 "Reliability engineering and technology", which is responsible for reliability and cost related ISO standards in the petroleum, petrochemical, and natural gas industries, will inform about latest status and their applications. Specific focus will be given to the newly updated standards ISO 14224 Reliability and maintenance data and ISO 19008 Cost coding system.
The seminar should be of interest for various stakeholders in Europe and international petroleum industry: oil & gas companies, engineering companies, contractors, manufacturers, safety and reliability consultancies, certification bodies, safety authorities and R&D. The seminar does also represent a unique opportunity for knowledge sharing between oil and gas and other industries.
It is necessary to register in advance and before 22 March 2017!
Registration fee for the seminar is €100,00 (Ex. VAT)
|12.00||Registration & Lunch|
|Session 1||Management and the standardization approach|
|Lead by:||Dr. Ian Stanley - Shell, Seminar Chairman|
|13.00||Welcome address by Shell Management|
|13.15||Updated and latest news from international standardization|
|Runar Østebø, Statoil, Advisor and ISO/TC 67/WG 4 Convenor|
|13.30||ISO 14224 - Collection and exchange of reliability and maintenance for equipment: Learning from failures|
|Dr Jon T. Selvik, IRIS, Sr. Research Scientist and ISO 14224 technical editor|
|13.50||ISO/TC 67 – International standardization for materials, equipment and offshore structures for the petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries|
|Dr Jeannette Hofman-Züter, NEN, Manager Energy and ISO/TC 67 Secretary|
|Session 2||Industry application of ISO standards for business value creation|
|Lead by:||Guilherme Naegeli, Petrobras, ISO/TC 67/WG 4 member|
|14.40||Offshore & onshore reliability data (OREDA) collection – Snapshots from an OREDA JIP member|
|Nicolas Clavé, Total, Specialist in Reliability & Production availability|
|15.00||Application of ISO standards in the generation of value through a production assurance and reliability management digital tool based on ISO standards|
|Odd Are Svensen, ExproSoft AS, CEO|
|15.20||Reliability based design for pipelines – Canadian Standard Association approach, industry response and comparison with ISO 16708|
|Maher Nessim and Francisco Alhanati|
|15.40||Tracking of downhole ESP reliability – Status of industry adoption of ISO 14224 terminology and concepts|
|Francisco Alhanati and John Sheldon|
|16.00||How to use ISO 14224 to achieve quality data when dealing with human factors in socio-technical and industrial systems|
|Dr Jon T. Selvik, IRIS, Sr. Research Scientist an ISO 14224 technical editor, and Dr Linda J. Bellamy, White Queen BV, Director|
|Session 3||The importance of safety and cost|
|Lead by:||Endre Willmann, GE Oil & Gas, ISO/TC 67/WG 4 member|
|16.50||ISO/TR 12489 – Reliability modelling and calculation of safety systems: Business application by Total|
|Nicolas Clavé, Total, Specialist in Reliability & Production availability|
|17.20||ISO 19008 – Application and use of the standard cost coding system within cost estimating, experience data, benchmarking and analysis|
|Olav T.M. Theodorsen, Statoil, Advisor Cost Estimation|
|17.50||Open discussion and concluding remarks|
NEN - Vlinderweg 6 - 2623 AX Delft T +31 15 2 690 390
Arriving in the Netherlands by plane
- Rotterdam The Hague Airport: 15 minutes by taxi or bus to Delft city center
- Amsterdam Schiphol Airport : 45 minutes by train to Delft Central Station
- Brussels Airport Zaventhem: 1.45h by international train (Thalys) to Rotterdam Central Station and transfer to commuter train (direction The Hague) to Delft Central Station
OV chip card for public transport
Dutch public transport requires a so-called OV-chipkaart, a smart card that can be used for bus, tram, train and metro services.
Plan your journey in the Netherlands
|Room facilities||Beamer & screen|
|Breaks (am & pm)||Beverages are served in the meeting room|
|Facilities||disabled toilet: elevator area behind entrance hall (ground floor)|
|Wi-Fi Access||NEN special Wi-Fi guest network|
|Choose NEN_guest and use password: Setsthest@ndard|
- NEN office is a 'non-smoking' building!
Smoking area is outside opposite to the main entrance stairs at the seating area.
- It is not allowed to bring food into the meeting rooms.
- Beverages are served in your meeting room. Extra orders: call ext. 102 NEN restaurant.
NEN Building is open from 7.00h until 19.00h.
In case of calamities in our building ALWAYS follow instructions of the NEN employee, present at your meeting and familiar with the building and escape routes.
Attendees with special diets are asked to inform the registration desk or mail to Evenementen@nen.nl
Currency: euro (€)
Exchange at any bank (opening hours 09:00 h – 17:00 h), and in most of the larger hotels. Bank notes are issued in the following denominations: 5, 10, 20, 50 euro (100, 200, and 500 euro are usually not accepted). Coins in use: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, and 50 cents, and 1 & 2 euro.
Electricity supply (230 Volts, 50 Cycles)
The European 2-pin electrical plug is used in the Netherlands
Delegates from outside the "Schengen area of Europe" are advised to check with their local travel agency about regulations regarding passports, visas and vaccinations and, particularly, about the time required for obtaining a visa if necessary.
Information can be obtained from the nearest Netherlands embassy, consulate or diplomatic mission. More information: http://www.government.nl/issues/visa-for-the-netherlands-and-the-caribbean-parts-of-the-kingdom
NEN can issue an official invitation letter for VISA application, at request; to apply for an invitation letter, please complete this VISA details form and mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org!
NEN Events has negotiated special rates for participants to our meetings in Hampshire Hotel Delft Centre and WestCord Hotel Delft.
Bookings at special rates is only possible with reference code: NEN and booked by e-mail or telephone. (You cannot enter the code at the online hotel page.)
Address: Koepoortplaats 3, 2612 RR Delft
Single use: € 105,50 Double use: € 115,50
Upgrade to Deluxe room (3 types)
From € 18 to € 30 for single use Double use: € 10
incl. Breakfast and excl. City tax € 2,90 p.p.p.n.
Bring your NEN badge in Hampshire restaurant 'Swing' and you receive 10% discount on your menu (drinks excluded).
Address: Olof Palmestraat 2, 2616 LM Delft
Single use: € 109 Double use: € 123
Single use: € 139 Double use: € 153
incl. Breakfast and excl. City tax € 2,40 p.p.p.n.
Reservations can be made on availability only!
Reservations and payment should be made directly to the hotel of your choice.
Please note that any cancellations or changes made to reservations will need to be made directly with the hotel, and NEN nor any other sponsor or organizer accepts liability for reservations or cancellations. Any questions regarding your hotel reservation should be directed to the hotel.
The city centre of Delft has numerous restaurants in different styles and prices. We advise you to make a reservation first if you intend to dine with a large group.
Discounts for NEN delegates (by showing your NEN badge) in restaurant 'Moodz' and 'Seven Hills' (discount on the menu price). Staying in Hampshire hotel you receive 10% cash back in Restaurant 'Swing'.
|Deltax||+31 15 21 91 919|
|Taxi Delfland||+31 15 36 46 443|
You can rent a bike for € 7.50 and € 15 per day (€ 50 deposit and by showing your passport) at Delft Central Station T+31 15 21 43 033 or bike rentals in the city centre; ask at the reception desk of your hotel.