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What is the Turnaround Industry Network Conference?

September 10th — 12th, 2018

Hyatt Regency Houston
Houston, Texas USA

TINC is a one-of-a-kind gathering, unique among the refining and petrochemical industries for its insistence on limiting attendance to owner operators. Free from the distraction of vendors, TINC offers a rare opportunity for attendees to engage with their peers.

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Notes and Costs

Registration cost includes

  • All conference sessions and materials.
  • Cocktail hour on Monday.
  • Breakfast and lunch on Tuesday and Wednesday.
  • Dinner and drinks at Topgolf on Tuesday, September 11th.

Registration does not cover

  • Room reservation or other travel expenses.

Costs

Early Registration: Ends July 31, 2018 USD $ 1,895
General Registration: Ends August 31, 2018 USD $ 2,195
Late Registration:
After August 31, 2018
USD $ 2,495

Attendee Information

First Name:*
Middle Initial:
Last Name:*
Name on Badge:
Phone:*
Company:*
Job Title:*
Email: *
Plant Location: *
State / Province / Region: *
Zip / Postal Code: *
Country: *

Breakout Sessions

Please select 1 breakout topics from below that you would be interested in attending. Hover over breakout name for a full description, or see agenda.

Breakout Sessions *
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Developing and Executing the Right Scope
Long-Range Planning for Maximum Value
Capital Project and Turnaround Integration
Achieving Excellence in Turnaround Operations

Benchmark Topics

New this year, we will leverage one of our traditional breakout sessions to allow attendees to offer input on the questions they would like to see answered by upcoming AP-Networks benchmarking studies and research projects. Through their input, TINC America attendees will have a tangible impact on shaping the future of the conference.

Please select 3 benchmark topics from below that you would be interested.

Benchmark Topics *
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Shutdown and Startup Effectiveness
Innovative Execution Practices: Using Information Technology
Effective Operations Involvement in Turnarounds
Early Estimating and Estimating Practices
Detailed Cost Analysis: Benchmarking Costs at a More Granular Level
California's New Challenge: Understanding the Influence of SB-54 on Turnarounds
Capital-Intensive Turnarounds: The Influence of Project Practices on Turnaround Outcomes
Leveraging the Long-Range Planning Process to Capture More Business Value
Scope Freeze and Control: Optimizing Practices to Improve Turnaround Performance
Planning and Scheduling Capability: Optimizing Resourcing and Staffing to Drive Better Performance
Setting the Optimal Contracting Strategy
Cost and Schedule Tradeoffs Associated with Shift Patterns
Measuring, Understanding, and Driving Field Labor Productivity
Continuing to Improve Safety Performance
Team Development

Please indicate whether you will be attending dinner at Topgolf from 6 – 10pm on the evening of Tuesday, September 11th. *
Yes
No