Learning from AIM programme implementation successes

Now in its 12th year, the Asset Integrity Management Summit is the regions largest meeting uniting leading asset integrity professionals and technology innovators. With high-attendance from stakeholders directly involved in the development and implementation of AIM programmes for upstream, midstream and downstream companies, the AIM summit offers a platform to discuss some of the pressing issues facing the industry at the moment.

AIM programs in the Middle East region are reaching a mature stage and as a result oil and gas companies are now focusing on how to maintain and measure AIM programme implementation successes whilst also purchasing fit for purpose solutions which are within budget. This year’s AIM Summit taking place from 15-17 May 2017 will address both AIM programme successes, KPIs, programme sustainability, incident learning and also offer practical solutions which can optimise both costs and operations.

Key themes for 2017:

  • AIM programme implementation successes & key learnings: What does success look like and how to measure the big gains
  • AIM programme sustainability & competence training; How to sustain existing successes and develop further advancements through training
  • Learning from incidents (LFIs) and process safety: Reviewing regional incidents and improvements which can be made including emergency response systems

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Who should attend?

12th Annual Asset Integrity Management Summit will bring together regional and international operating companies, refineries and petrochemical companies.

Attending departments include:

  •  Asset integrity
  •  Pipelines
  •  Corrosion and inspection
  •  Subsea integrity
  •  Process safety management
  •  Operations
  •  Technical
  •  Onshore
  •  Offshore
  •  Risk
  •  Maintenance

Benefits of attending:


Hear first-hand case studies from industry professionals about the lessons learnt post implementation of their AIM plan


Find out how other oil and gas companies are stripping out costs from their budgets without compromising quality of their AIM programmes


Get updated on regional incidents - find out about the root cause analysis and what steps have been taken to improve safety since


Find out how to capture the right measures to maximise the “what is measured is managed’ philosophy


Learn from international case studies on how to build, and then maintain, a sustainable AIM programme


Discover how to achieve operational excellence and eliminate sources of risk, cost and complexity from your company’s operations


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