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What is the Turnaround Industry Network Conference?

November 18th — 20th, 2019

The Woodlands Waterway Marriott
The Woodlands, 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, November 19th.

Registration does not cover

  • Room reservation or other travel expenses.

Costs

Early Registration: Ends October 04, 2019 USD $ 1,995
General Registration: Ends November 08, 2019 USD $ 2,295
Late Registration:
After November 08, 2019
USD $ 2,595

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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Operations Engagement and Planning
Contracting Strategies: Timing, Contingencies, Incentives
Cost Estimating Practices to Drive Better Outcomes
Plant-Based Project Selection and Integration
The Site-Wide Approach to Mega Turnarounds: Tools, Communication, and Leadership
The Turnaround Work Process and Team Alignment

Benchmark Topics

In 2018 TINC launched a research initiative which resulted in client companies selecting two topics to pursue as benchmark studies. Those topics were Measuring, Understanding, and Driving Field Labor Productivity and Early Estimating and Estimating Practices. There is still time to join those studies and provide input. We will again provide attendees the opportunity to influence future AP-Networks benchmarking studies and research projects through their input during breakout sessions. This year's potential research topics include:

Please select 3 benchmark topics from below that most interest you.

Benchmark Topics *
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Shutdown and Startup Effectiveness
Innovative Execution Practices: Using Information Technology
Mega Complexity Events: Strategies for Success
Preparing for Emergency/Unplanned Outages
Scope Freeze and Control: Optimizing Practices to Improve Turnaround Performance
Staffing for Success: Structuring the Turnaround Planning Organization
Detailed Cost Analysis: Benchmarking Costs at a More Granular Level
Capital-Intensive Turnarounds: The Influence of Project Practices on Turnaround Outcomes
Cost and Schedule Tradeoffs Associated with Shift Patterns
Leveraging the Long-Range Planning Process to Capture More Business Value
Setting the Optimal Contracting Strategy
Effective Operations Involvement in Turnarounds
Team Development
Continuing to Improve Safety Performance
California's Labor Market: Understanding the Influence of SB-54 on Turnarounds
Plant Reliability and Turnaround Performance
Successful Planning Strategies for Low Complexity Events

Please indicate whether you will be attending dinner at Topgolf from 6 – 10pm on the evening of Tuesday, November 19th. *
Yes
No