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Extending asset life in a changing market

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The demand for continued use of aging assets has increased year on year. Life extension beyond the original planned operational life span for the oil and gas industry is a result of reduced capex spend, a mandate to maximizing economic recovery and the deferral of decommissioning projects.

How can you ensure you’re maintaining acceptable standards of operational and technical integrity while trying to safely extend the life of your asset, maximize value and reduce costs?

Join OE and Lloyd’s Register for a discussion on overcoming key challenges and applying learnings.

About Lloyd’s Register

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Lloyd’s Register (LR) is a global engineering, technical and business services organization wholly owned by Lloyd’s Register Foundation, a UK charity dedicated to research and education in science and engineering.

Founded in 1760 as a marine classification society, LR now operates across many industry sectors, with some 9,000 employees based in 78 countries.





Neil Morgan,
Lead Geotechnical Specialist, Lloyd’s Register

Neil Morgan is team leader and technical authority for geotechnical engineering in Lloyd’s Register. His work includes verification or certification of foundations for offshore structures that require life extension or modification and through this experience he has encountered numerous challenges that are involved in such activities. He is a member of the ISO working group TC67/SC7 which has responsibility for the offshore foundations content of ISO standards and is chair of the technical panel on offshore pile design where subjects such as reliability of pile designs and pile ageing are discussed.

Stuart Hamilton,
Corrosion Engineer, Lloyd’s Register

Stuart Hamilton is a Chartered Engineer through the Institute of Corrosion, with over 10 years’ experience. He is currently Principal Corrosion Engineer at Lloyd's Register, responsible for the overall technical ability of all Corrosion Engineers in the Integrity Engineering Services department maintaining the high level quality of corrosion work that is undertaken. He is also Technical Authority for Corrosion aspects of LR Compliance Department’s Design Appraisal activities relating to offshore wind, renewables and oil and gas service lines.