Mike Marshall, PE is an Oil & Gas industry consultant, and has over 33 years’ experience working in the refining industry. While working first with Chevron (10 years) and then Marathon Petroleum Company (23 years - retired), he progressed through various in-plant and corporate refining plant and project engineering, operations, maintenance, and equipment inspection/reliability supervisory and managerial positions. In addition to management system business processes, metrics and KPIs, Mike has also developed and successfully put into practice a proprietary refining incident and loss database as well as process optimization methodology (via RCFA) which quantifies the economic impact of equipment anomalies, LOPC incidents and upset/malfunction operating conditions.
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May/June 2016 Inspectioneering Journal
This paper identifies the attributes and benefits of a data and metrics-driven management system focused on process safety design integrity and reliability relative to loss of primary containment (LOC). This management system process focuses on the four key business drivers of risk (i.e. regulatory compliance, operations, and profits), and involves several distinct business methods involving people, processes, and tools/technology.