FORT MCMURRAY, AB, Jan. 11, 2012 /CNW/ - On February 28-29, 2012, The Canadian Institute will unveil its first Shutdowns Superconference spin-off program, Shutdowns Fort McMurray. This conference will take place in Fort McMurray, Alberta and will focus on overcoming the turnaround challenges in the upgrading, mining and SAGD plants in Fort McMurray and the near-by region. Sessions, led by top companies, contractors and solution providers will provide the tools and knowledge companies need in order to improve performance during their next turnaround.
During this two day conference, delegates will:
- Learn to manage unique infrastructure requirements and overcome challenges of site logistics from Syncrude
- Get important insights on lean maintenance principles from Suncor
- Assess the role of the Rose Committee and turnaround safety from the Rose Committee Chairman and turnaround manager at the Shell Scotford Upgrader
- Learn to overcome the execution challenges of a major turnaround at a heavy oil upgrader from Husky Energy
- Discover how to engage a transient contract workforce during a concentrated multi-million dollar shutdown from Syncrude and CLG (Continuous Learning Group)
- And much more!
Conference Title: Shutdowns Fort McMurray
Date: February 28-29, 2012
Location: Sawridge Inn - Fort McMurray, Alberta
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