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Integrity Operating Windows: Why You Need Them and How to Justify Within Your Organization

May 18, 2018 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

“What programs to focus on to make the biggest impact?”

Many programs, including Risk Based Inspection (RBI), are centered around understanding where risks exist and how to mitigate them. However, these programs often stop short of involving Operations on a day-to-day basis to truly minimize the root of most degradation – process excursions. Therefore, is it critical to have a program that better defines operating parameters and communication around operating excursions.

Join PinnacleART’s Principal of Corrosion Technology, Fred Addington, and Vice President of Implementation Services, William Minter, as they present a webinar titled, “Integrity Operating Windows (IOWs): Why You Need Them & How to Justify Within Your Organization.”

Following the webinar, attendees will walk away with an understanding of: 

  • Why an IOW program is a necessity
  • What an IOW program entails
  • How to communicate the value and justify it within your organization

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With more than 25 years in the industry, Fred Addington serves as the Principal of Corrosion Technology. Fred is responsible for training, advising and disseminating technical knowledge to project teams and developing efficient management processes so team members can deliver quality services and solutions to clients. Fred’s expertise includes his understanding of processes and equipment in the area of corrosion control and material selection in the upstream and downstream oil and gas, water and petrochemical industries. Specifically, his knowledge includes corrosion and metallurgical analysis, corrosion control and monitoring, material selection, hydrogen permeation technology and mechanical integrity.

He is a member of the National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) and has held various chair positions on technical committees. In addition, he has published multiple papers for NACE on topics including “Aggressive Corrosion of 316 Stainless Steel in an Amine Unit” and “Hydrogen Permeation Application to Crude Unit Overhead Corrosion Monitoring.”

William Minter serves as Vice President of Implementation Services at PinnacleART and is responsible for overall client satisfaction and ensuring effective execution of all asset integrity implementation projects.

He is an expert source on the topic of mechanical integrity, including proper assessment and implementation of risk-based mechanical integrity programs. In his current role, he ensures all implementation projects maintain quality and centralized teams cross-functionally support the success of these projects. William graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.


May 18, 2018
11:30 am - 12:30 pm
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