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Maximise Equipment Lifecycle, Improve Operational Efficiency And Increase Online Availability

Featuring a practical and timely


agenda driven to:
Cut downtime and operational disruption
Extend

lifetime and decrease overall costs

Maximise online availability to drive


performance
Eliminate unplanned shutdowns and
mitigate risks
Reduce wear and tear for better
sustainability

Maximise your technical knowledge and


pursue practical applications with:

Case studies by industry leaders including Saudi


Aramco, DP World, INPEX Corporation, Chevron, Kuwait
National Petroleum Corporation (KNPC), Petroleum
Development Oman (PDO) Saudi Electricity Company
and many more!
80% New Speakers from across different industries
and sectors
Interactive panel discussions to generate new and
innovative solutions including Green Debates and
Operational Objectives Vs. Reliability Objectives
Troubleshooting panels to exchange insights and
share practical solutions to your specific challenges
Meet and interact with your peers with over
8+ hours of networking over 4 days
Pre Conference Workshops: Upgrade
your knowledge and technical skills sustainability

Practitioners And Thought Leaders:


Abdulrahman Alkhowaiter, Rotating Equipment Specialist, Michael Forsthoffer, Rotating Equipment Consultant,
Forsthoffer Associates Inc, USA
Saudi Aramco, KSA
Saeed Hamad Al Ramsi, Planning, Quality & IB Manager, Houri Hadal Al Anazi, Senior Rotating Equipment Engineer,
Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Kuwait
DP World Dubai, KSA
Ali Al-Shurafa, Vibration Specialist,
Hari Prasad Macharla, Senior Mechanical Engineer,
Saudi Aramco, KSA
Chevron, Thailand
Sajeev Koshy, Machinery Condition Monitoring Engineer,
William Forsthoffer, President,
EQUATE Petrochemical Company, Kuwait
Forsthoffer Associates Inc, USA
And many more!
Exhibitor

Pre Conference Workshops

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ATTEND!

Tuesday, 6 December 2011

Workshop A: Machinery Best Practices For The Regional Environment To Improve Performance And

Increase Online Machine Availability
Workshop B: Dry Gas Seal And System Best Practices
Wednesday, 7 December 2011

Workshop C: Machinery Failure Analysis: Conducting A Thorough Root Cause Analysis And Preventing Future Failure
Workshop D: Improving Rotating Equipment Efficiency In Operating Plants By Conducting Efficiency Upgrades
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The only conference in the region dedicated to the continuous improvement and
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What the industry has to say

Key Topics Being Addressed


Overcoming the OEM stronghold in spare part sourcing and
machinery upgrade
The future of diagnostics: Benefits of non-destructive
machinery testing
Green debates: Altering rotating equipment maintenance
and operating conditions to meet government
environmental policies and international standards
Aging equipment: Maintenance, operational and
engineering strategies to extend equipment life
Balancing steam turbines after overhaul to prevent wear
and tear
Settling the maintenance debate: Meeting reliability
objectives vs. operational objectives in rotating equipment
maintenance
Improving routine preventive maintenance to eliminate
unplanned breakdowns and frequent failure of rotating
equipment
What is the best way of sourcing spare parts for machinery
that is obsolete and out of production, whilst avoiding
downtime caused by unavailability of spare parts?

Interactive and
informative event. Its a
ROTATE cuts
must attend for rotating learning time by half!
machinery engineers M. A. Swaimil, Vibration Specialist,
Saudi Aramco, KSA

Abdullah H. El-Sherif,
Mechanical Engineering Team Leader,
ADMA-OPCO, UAE

Informative and
helpful for improving
technical knowledge

This is the best


Rotating Equipment
conference in the Arabian Gulf

Mohsi Rahman, Deputy Manager,


Dubai Electricity And
Water Authority, UAE

Abdulrahman Alkhowaiter,
Rotating Machinery Specialist,
Saudi Aramco, KSA

This event is a stepping stone


to understanding and developing
solutions to the common
problems facing the industry
Ali Mohammed Al-Asmi, Senior Mechanical Engineer,
Petroleum Development Oman, Oman

Operating rotary machinery after it has exceeded its


recommended life and replacement is not a feasible option
Maximising ROI on a new project: Minimising the risks
encountered during commissioning, installation and start-up
No contact machinery: Are magnetic seals and bearings
feasible options for a lubricant free future?

Raise your companys profile in the region and position


yourself as a leader in rotating equipment

Adjusting to different loads and operating scenarios to


ensure continued reliability when keeping up with different
operational requirements

ROTATE 2011 gives you a platform for a targeted marketing approach to


promote your corporate image, products and services as well as creating
greater market awareness. Our sponsorship packages are designed to give
your brand targeted exposure and increase your client base with networking
opportunities.

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Rotating Equipment Engineers

Vibration Specialists

Mechanical Engineers

Heads Of Plant

Reliability Engineers

Heads Of Operations

Condition Monitoring Engineers

Heads Of Maintenance

Maintenance Engineers

Heads Of Engineering

Generation Engineers

Heads Of Workshop

Electro-Mechanical Engineers

Maintenance Managers

Integrity Engineers

Condition Monitoring Supervisors

Project Engineers

Project Managers

ROTATE events attended by:


Saudi Aramco Shell Rio Tinto Alcan ADMA-OPCO SABIC Dubai
Electricity And Water Authority ADCO Saudi Telecom Company
Qatar Petroleum National Methanol Company Emirates Aluminium
Company Abu Dhabi Airports Company BP Kuwait National
Petroleum Company AECOM DP World Abu Dhabi Electricity And
Water Authority Saline Water Conversion Corporation Saudi Oger
Petroleum Development Oman Al Jubail Petrochemicals Dubai
Aluminium Company Petrofac Saudi Electricity Company Exxon
Mobil Obayashi Corporation Nakheel PJSC And many more

Vibration Analysts

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Conference Day 1

Tuesday, 6 December 2011

08:00 Registration and Morning Coffee

08:30 Opening Remarks from the Chair



William Forsthoffer, President, Forsthoffer Associates Inc, USA

09:30 The Future Of Diagnostics: The Benefits Of Non-Destructive


Machinery Testing In Maximising Online Availability And
Mitigating Downtime
The pros and cons of non-destructive testing and the long term
benefits to production KPIs from increased online availability
Assessing non-destructive testing tools and identifying those best
suited to your system: Thermography, ultrasound and others
Innovative yet simple to apply non-destructive testing: Is digital
photography a viable option?

Rajesh Rajani, Rotating Equipment Engineer, Rasgas, Qatar
10:15 Early Machinery Fault Detection: Optimising Costs And
Maximising Machine Availability
Obtaining an understanding of machinery condition from early
stages
Assessing the various types of machinery faults: Their severity and
consequences
Evaluating machinery condition to support to detection of faults

Ibrahim Al-Ajji, Generation Vibration Specialist, Saudi Electricity
Company, KSA
11:00 Speed Networking

This unique facilitated networking session will give you a rare
opportunity to meet your peers from different companies and industries.
Exchange insights and gain new perspectives on recurring concerns
that you face with rotating equipment. Bring plenty of business cards.
11:15 Refreshment and Networking Break

Equipment LIfecycle
12:00 Aging Equipment: Developing Maintenance And Operational
Strategies To Extend Equipment Life And Defer The High Cost Of
Replacement
Identifying operational strategies that ensure rotating equipment
meets and exceeds reliability and performance expectations
Selecting and implementing maintenance strategies that target
increased machinery life
Coatings: A long term and viable solution to reversing the aging
process

Hari Prasad Macharla, Senior Mechanical Engineer, Chevron, Thailand
12:45 Networking Lunch
13:45 Aging Equipment: Justifying The High Cost Of Replacement To
Reduce Unreliability Due To Inherent Design Deficiencies And
The Resulting High Maintenance Costs
Identifying situations where replacement is the only feasible option
to reducing unreliability and high maintenance costs
Assessing the long and short term benefits of replacement
Developing a business case to justify replacement of machinery
Presentation tips to build your case and gain support

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The Green Debate

14:45 Improving Operational Efficiency Of Rotating Equipment To


Control Costs And Improve Performance
Assessing rotating equipment and planning for efficiency upgrades
Conducting effective equipment efficiency upgrades: A case study
Replacing wet gas seals with dry gas seals: Long term benefits and
improved efficiency
Manjul Saxena, Lead Rotating Equipment Engineer, Ichthys
Onshore LNG, INPEX, Japan and Rotating Machinery Consultant,
Global Machinery Consultants, Australia
15:30 Refreshment and Networking Break
15:45 Revamping An Iso Cracker Recycle Gas Compressor To Reduce
Frequent Failure Of Shafts, Seals And Bearings
Conducting root cause analysis and creating a revamp plan based
on the results
Working with OEMs to ensure a smooth and successful revamp
Common shortfalls and overcoming them for a successful revamp

Houri Hadal Al Anazi, Senior Rotating Equipment Engineer, Kuwait
National Petroleum Company, Kuwait
Case Study

DIAGNOSTICS AND FAULT DETECTION


14:00 Altering Rotating Equipment, Maintenance And Operating
Conditions To Meet Government Environmental Policies And
International Standards: Is It A Priority And How To Go About It?
What are the immediate and long term environmental
consequences of emissions from rotating equipment? Is it a real
threat?
Do maintenance procedures such as lubrication affect the
environment?
What alternative maintenance and operational measures can be
taken to reduce the negative impact on the environment?
Is the cost of remaining environmentally friendly worth the benefit
of meeting regulations?

Hari Prasad Macharla, Senior Mechanical Engineer, Chevron, Thailand

Manjul Saxena, Lead Rotating Equipment Engineer, Ichthys
Onshore LNG, INPEX, Japan and Rotating Machinery Consultant,
Global Machinery Consultants, Australia

COMMISSIONING AND INSTALLATION


16:30 Maximising ROI (Return On Investment) On A New Project:
Minimising The Risks Encountered During Commissioning,
Installation And Start-Up
Minimising the risk of equipment failure at the commissioning
phase: Taking preventive measures against explosions and other
hazards
Ensuring that the project meets standards of power consumption,
vibration and temperature
Selecting and sourcing equipment that can successfully drive the
purpose of the project and meet production expectations in terms of
cost and ROI
Ensure proper installation and start-up to prevent future failures
Team work: Communicating the purpose and expected results of
the project to the contractor and operator

Saeed Hamad Al Ramsi, Planning, Quality & IB Manager, DP World
Dubai, UAE
17:15 The Implication Of Electrical Harmonic Distortion On Overall
Compressor Package Availability And The Challenges Faced
During Commissioning
Incorporating 27MW motors to drive depletion gas compressors
The long and short term benefits to compressor availability of soft
start motors controlled by variable frequency drive
Challenges faced during commissioning and effectively mitigating
them
Adil Al-Busaidi, Electrical Engineer, Petroleum Development Of
Oman, Oman
Case Study

Opening Panel

08:45 Do OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) Dictate


Maintenance And Operations Of Rotating Equipment? Breaking
Free Of The OEM Stronghold
How to modify equipment for optimal functioning when presented
with non-optimal operating conditions
How to avoid forced downtime when faced with sourcing and
delivery delays caused by OEMs
How to modify equipment to meet business KPIs and production
requirements beyond those imposed by OEMs
How to overcome the challenges of maintaining and sourcing spare
parts for out-of-production equipment
What are the qualifications and skills necessary to enable users to
challenge guidelines set by OEMs?

Michael Forsthoffer, Rotating Equipment Consultant, Forsthoffer
Associates Inc, USA

Saeed Hamad Al Ramsi, Planning, Quality & IB Manager, DP World
Dubai, UAE

Esteban Perez, Senior Rotating Equipment Engineer, ABQAIQ


Plants, Saudi Aramco, KSA
Hattan Mahran, Senior Rotating Equipment Engineer, ABQAIQ
Plants, Saudi Aramco, KSA

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Interactive
Session

18:00 Troubleshooting Exchange



There will be flip charts present in the conference hall on which you
can put down your most pressing concerns, recurring problems and
topics you are interested in knowing more about. This session, facilitated
by the Chair will open the floor to the audience to discuss practical
solutions and share insights. This interactive forum has been developed
to generate innovative ideas and maximise interactive learning.

18:30 Closing Remarks from the Chair


18:35 End of Conference Day 1

Conference Day 2

Wednesday, 7 December 2011

08:30 Morning Refreshments

MONITORING AND MAINTENANCE

09:45 Settling The Maintenance Debate: Meeting Reliability Objectives


Vs. Operational Objectives In Rotating Equipment Maintenance
The reliability objectives of the plant and the specific rotating
equipment
The operational objectives of the plant and its implications on the
rotating equipment
Maintaining a balance between achieving operational objectives and
maintaining reliability: Is this realistically achievable

William Forsthoffer, President, Forsthoffer Associates Inc, USA
Sajeev Koshy, Vibration Analyst, EQUATE Petrochemicals, Kuwait
Abdulrahman Alkhowaiter, Rotating Equipment Specialist, Saudi
Aramco, KSA
10:30 Refreshment and Networking Break
11:00 Balancing Steam Turbines After Overhaul To Prevent Long Term
Rubbing And Loss Of Machine Integrity And Preventing Future
Imbalance
How to rectify turbine imbalance while minimising downtime
Identifying the root cause of imbalance: Vibration, improper
installation or faulty machinery
Ensuring proper assembly at installation to prevent repeat and
future failure

Wael Eissa, Senior Turbine Engineer,

Saline Water Conversion Corporation, KSA
11:45 Dry Gas Systems And System Best Practices: Assuring That New
And Existing Compressor Dry Gas Seals And Their Systems Are
Of The Highest Safety And Reliability
Assessing design features to support seal selection
Seal gas conditioning and control systems
Intermediate seal gas system and secondary vent systems
Action plan for systems of the highest safety and reliability

William Forsthoffer, President, Forsthoffer Associates Inc, USA

15:00 Integrating Performance Monitoring With Major Machinery


Components To Improve Performance And Enable Better
Maintenance Planning
Head produced vs. head required
What factors affect centrifugal compressor throughput?
What to do when the compressor is in good condition and when it
is not

Michael Forsthoffer, Rotating Equipment Consultant,

Forsthoffer Associates Inc, USA
15:45 Afternoon Refreshments and Networking Break
16:00 Assessing Severity Of Machinery Vibration To Develop Effective
Maintenance Plans And Prepare For Possible Shutdown
Selecting and implementing vibration monitoring tools to assess
severity of machine vibration
Determining when vibration is too severe for effective functioning
Planning maintenance to decrease vibration and improve
performance

Ali Al-Shurafa, Vibration Specialist, Saudi Aramco, KSA
Case Study

09:00 What Is The Best Way Of Sourcing Spare Parts For Machinery
That Is Obsolete And Out Of Production Whilst Avoiding
Downtime Caused By Unavailability Of Spare Parts?
Recycling old spare parts: Modifying them so they are as good as
new
An engineering solution: Creating new spare parts based on
previous OEM designs
Alternative long term solutions: Predictive maintenance and reverse
engineering

Abdulrahman Alkhowaiter, Rotating Equipment Specialist,

Saudi Aramco, KSA

16:45 Case Study: Oil Mist Eliminators Effect On Gas Turbine Bearings
The importance of maintaining an oil mist system to improve
machine reliability
Conducting a root cause analysis and providing an optimum rapier
option
The importance of monitoring operation parameters in gas turbines

Riyadh Al Harbi, Rotating Equipment Engineer, Saudi Aramco, KSA
Case Study

INCREASING EQUIPMENT EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY

14:15 Applying Condition Based Strategy Successfully In Plant


Maintenance: Challenges And Proactive Strategy
The 3M factor: The most effective weapons in successful plant
maintenance
The pros and cons of a condition based maintenance strategy
Challenges posed by ageing plants
Methodological Approach: Reducing downtime with the prioritisation
of defects
Sajeev Koshy, Vibration Analyst, EQUATE Petrochemicals, Kuwait

17:30 Troubleshooting Exchange



There will be flip charts present in the conference hall on which
you can put down your most pressing concerns, recurring problems
and topics you are interested in knowing more about. This session,
facilitated by the Chair will open the floor to the audience to discuss
practical solutions and share insights. This interactive forum has been
developed to generate innovative ideas and maximise interactive
learning.
Interactive
Session

08:45 Opening Remarks from the Chair

18:15 Closing Remarks from the Chair


18:30 End Of Conference

12:30 Networking Lunch


13:30 Upgrading Centrifugal Compressors With Polymer Labyrinth
Seals To Improve Efficiency And Increase Throughput
Assessing various polymer labyrinth designs including polymer
tooth labyrinths and abradable seals
Selecting materials best suited to the function and operating
conditions of centrifugal compressors
The impact of polymer labyrinth seals on efficiency and throughput

Robert Aronen, Managing Director EMEA, Boulden International,
Luxembourg

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Boulden International is a manufacturer and a manufacturers representative


serving the oil, gas, and power generation industries. With over 40 years of
experience Boulden International is able to provide customers with quality
solutions and products. Boulden International carries a large inventory of
DuPont Vespel CR-6100 and DuPont Krytox oil and greases lubricant for the
rotating equipment market. Boulden International also represents Turbo Components
Engineering Company (TCE) in the re-engineering of bearings and Torlon labyrinth seals
for compressors and turbines in the Middle East market. Customers in the refining, power,
pipeline, chemical, cryogenic, steel, aluminum, and other fluid handling markets have all
benefited from using our portfolio of products in their pumps and turbomachinery.

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Technical Workshops
Day 1

Registration for each workshop will begin at 08:30.


With breaks at appropriate times and 1 hour for lunch.

Sunday, 4 December 2011

Workshop A

Workshop B

Machinery Best Practices For The Regional


Environment To Improve Performance And
Increase Online Machine Availability

Dry Gas Seal And System Best Practices

William Forsthoffer, President, Forsthoffer Associates Inc, USA

William Forsthoffer has been involved with Rotating Machinery World Wide since 1962 as a
Compressor Designer for Siemens/ Demag/De Laval and Machinery Specialist for ExxonMobil. He
is currently President Forsthoffer Associates.

Timing: 09:00 12:00

Rationale
Based on years of experience working with rotating equipment in the region,
this course is designed to significantly increase your plant machinery safety and
reliability and assure management implementation. This course has a special
focus on Project Best Practices, focusing on specific Machinery Type (Pumps,
Compressors etc.) and Seal Best Practices and concluding with Commissioning,
Preventive and Predictive Best Practices. This course is designed to teach you how
to obtain management approval to implement cost effective global machinery best
practices to optimise plant safety, reliability and profits using proven machinery
best practices.
Learning Objectives

Developing Best Practices from plant and industry lessons


Identifying the costs associated with the lessons learned that initiated the Best
Practice
Identifying the cost associated with implementing the Best Practices
Listing the successful use of the Best Practices in other location Benchmarks
Providing Reliability information (% Availability, MTBF etc.) for the Benchmarks

Michael Forsthoffer, Rotating Equipment Consultant, Forsthoffer


Associates Inc, USA

Michael Forsthoffer has over 10 years of experience in the field of Turbomachinery, including field
troubleshooting and consulting. He spent 4 years with John Crane, 3 of which consisted of being
the on-site Seal Realiability Engineer. He is currently consulting for Forsthoffer Associates.

Timing: 13:00 16:00

Rationale
As everybody who has worked with Centrifugal Pumps knows, Mechanical Seals
are the most commonly failed component. Why is this? This one day workshop
will not only answer that question, but will also help attendees significantly
increase centrifugal pump MTBF due to increased mechanical seal reliability.
Learning Objectives

Design basics of a typical mechanical seal including:


- Support Component Function and Design
- O-ring Function
- Seal Face Design
Major Flush Plan Design and Condition Monitoring
Pump Mechanical Seal Application including:
- Single vs. Dual Un-Pressurised vs. Dual Pressurised
- Pusher vs. Non-Pusher
- Secondary Seal Element Application
- Face Material Application
Mechanical Seal System Condition Monitoring including:
- EROE
- Seal Chamber Conditions

Day 2

Monday, 5 December 2011

Workshop C
Machinery Failure Analysis: Conducting A
Thorough Root Cause Analysis And Preventing
Future Failure

Workshop D

Abdulrahman Alkhowaiter, Rotating Equipment Specialist,


Saudi Aramco, KSA

Manjul Saxena, Lead Rotating Equipment Engineer, Ichthys Onshore


LNG, INPEX, Japan and Rotating Machinery Consultant, Global
Machinery Consultants, Australia

Abdulrahman Alkhowaiter over twenty years of machinery troubleshooting experience. He has


practiced machinery failure analysis and redesigned machinery for greater reliability. In addition,
he has worked 13 years in engineering consulting for Saudi Aramco as a compressor and steam
turbine specialist.

Timing: 09:00 12:00

Rationale
For industrial machinery, a proper machinery failure study which solves the
root causes of the failure is the primary tool for maintaining safe operation
at minimum cost. This course teaches the how and why of machinery
failures by utilising: actual case histories in industry, video documentaries
of major machinery accidents, machinery technical reports with detailed
drawings and examples of failed components from industry. There are
two failure analysis book handouts, in addition to electronic files of past
machinery incidents and their analysis.
Learning Objectives

Explain how and why machinery fails in a given mode


Perform a Root Cause Machinery Failure Analysis
Compile and write a professional failure analysis report
Identify machinery failure causes from machinery drawings
Achieve the confidence required to approach difficult machinery failures
Redesign machinery for greater reliability

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Improving Rotating Equipment Efficiency In


Operating Plants By Conducting Efficiency
Upgrades

Specialist in rotating equipment concept selection, FEED and detailed design in the Oil and Gas
Industry, Manjul Saxena has 23 years of refinery, petrochemical, power plant, LNG and offshore oil
& gas experience including execution of five multi-billion dollar projects. He is currently working
as consultant for INPEX Corporation, supervising engineering contractor work related to rotating
equipment design and engineering.

Timing: 13:00 16:00

Rationale
The use of advanced computing technologies has significantly improved
our understanding of rotating equipment, which has lead to considerable
improvements in the efficiency of equipment in the last 15 years. The
increase in energy cost has created an environment where equipment
upgrades are becoming more economically attractive. This course details
a broad range of equipment efficiency improvement opportunities for
consideration by operators of process plant and equipment.
Learning Objectives

Efficiency upgrades for centrifugal compressors and matching compressor


performance to plant requirements
Replacing wet gas seals with dry gas seals on centrifugal compressors
Efficiency upgrades for steam turbines
Efficiency upgrades for gas turbines
Consider gas and liquid expanders in place of pressure reduction stations

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