Intergraph® Process Power & Marine will be present at the Asset Integrity Management (AIM) Summit, taking place in Aberdeen, Scotland on 28th – 30th of September. As the vast majority of platforms in the North Sea is nearing the end of their life cycles, an implementation of a robust asset integrity program is crucial for companies operating in the region. Both engineering, procurement and construction (EPCs) companies and plant operators struggle with a continuous flow of unstructured information arriving from multiple sources, including brownfield data capture, handover documents, and engineering partners. This way, ensuring information reliability and data accessibility is essential to both safety and efficiency of operations.
Intergraph joins the 10th Annual AIM Summit to discuss the possibilities of leveraging engineering information for improved safety and efficiency. Michael Theobald, Manager Strategic Alliances for Intergraph Global Business Development, will be presenting during AIM on the subject “Ensuring Process Safety & Asset Integrity - Leveraging Engineering Information”. Other speakers include Mark Wilson from ConocoPhillips, Neil Currie from eVision and John Nicholson from Centrica Energy E&P. You can download the agenda of the full event here.
In addition, AIM & Intergraph offer a possibility for Complimentary Guest Pass. To know whether you qualify for a free complimentary pass, please register here.
Intergraph PP&M is looking forward to meeting you in Aberdeen!