February 2, 2016 by AP-Networks Leave a Comment Each day spent in shutdown means a day of lost profit. As such, there’s a desire to extend the shutdown interval as much as possible. However, postponing the next shutdown for too long means sacrificing reliability. The only thing worse than a shutdown is an unplanned shutdown. How do you maintain reliability while maximizing the time between shutdowns? Is there anything to be learned from downstream turnarounds that can help us to find and maintain this balance? We’ll be discussing this topic on Thursday, March 24th at the Turnaround Industry Network Conference (TINC) Europe. TINC Europe is the premier symposium for sharing best practices to deliver safe, event-free, predictable, and competitive outcomes. Register now, and add your voice to the conversation.