In OE’s upcoming August issue, Gordon Lawrence, Manager of Capital Project Consulting, EMEA for AP-Networks, authors a paper on Improving North Sea Offshore Oil & Gas Production Efficiency by Improving Turnaround Performance.
The Malaysia 2017 issue of The Oil & Gas Year features an interview with Pete Kwiatkowski, Managing Director, Asia Pacific for Asset Performance Networks.
On September 12th, 2017, AP-Networks will organize, in conjunction with LISW17, a conference focused on improving dry docking performance.
Capital project and turnaround consulting firm Asset Performance Networks opens an office in Singapore to serve the Asia Pacific region. This is the company’s fifth office worldwide, joining locations in the U.S., Europe, and Canada.
AP-Networks Co-Founder and Managing Director George DeBakey was recognized as 2017 Outstanding Alumnus by the University of Memphis, where he completed his undergraduate and graduate studies
AP-Networks will present as part of both the Major Projects and Shutdowns & Turnarounds tracks at the 2017 Downstream Engineering, Construction & Maintenance conference taking place June 15-16 in New Orleans
AP-Networks Senior Consultant Craig Small will present “Turnaround Competitiveness: Scope – The Essential Ingredient” at the 2017 AFPM Reliability & Maintenance Conference on May 25th, 2017 in New Orleans, LA. AP-Networks will be at Booth 246 throughout the conference.
The second day of TINC Europe 2017 started off with a moderated Q&A session, with questions answered by an Expert Panel made up of our presenters.
How do we achieve top quartile performance on a Mega Complexity turnaround with significant capital project scope?
Overcoming the odds through detailed planning, continuous readiness assessment, and comprehensive risk identification and mitigation.
The first day of TINC Europe 2017 has officially come to a close. Here’s a look pack at the thought-provoking proceedings.