Responding to regulatory requirements could cost millions of dollars when safety or environmental performance issues can be perceived to be substandard. These issues are driven by the intersection of several disciplines such as reliability of systems, functional safety management of process control systems and human reliability performance, which, are all complex on their own but become an order of magnitude more difficult when trying to manage them collectively. In this webinar our experts will walk through a case study where we will show how to:
- Analyze the performance of a system designed to reduce environmental emissions in a downstream asset
- Predict the rate of seemingly random operator errors
- Identify simple improvements in basic control system logic solvers
- Integrate mechanical reliability analysis
- Compare the performance of several design options to improve performance
- Communicate recommendations in a way that builds trust with regulators.
About the presenters
Pedram Fanailoo leads the Oil & Gas Services Department based in Houston, Texas, where he is responsible for the management of a multi-disciplinary unit providing risk management advisory, technical advisory, integrity management, engineering verification, certification and classification solutions to the oil and gas value chain. He is a leading expert in asset risk and reliability services, functional safety and asset integrity management.
Felipe Sodré is Principal Consultant in DNV GL’s Risk and Reliability Services unit and also holds the position of deputy head of section for the Risk Advisory Services in North America. His experience spans process hazard analysis, functional safety and reliability assessments. During his almost two decade career Felipe has accrued experience in detailed refinery equipment level unit analysis, refinery unit emissions quantification, chemicals such as Methanol and PTA, heavy oil upgraders, whole site refinery and polymers complexes, and water treatment facilities.