Company: Reliability Playbook
Location: North America
Paul Dufresne has been president and CEO of Reliability Playbook since 2017, following 28 years of experience in maintenance and reliability roles in the U.S. Military and at Georgia Pacific, Trico Corporation and Koch Industries. As an enlisted soldier in the U.S. Army, Paul served six years of active duty and four years of National Guard duty. After completing his college education, Paul received his commission and served an additional four years of active duty as an officer in the Army’s Armor Branch.
He spent the next several years in the corporate world helping design and implement predictive maintenance programs and serving in a variety of roles in training, maintenance management and reliability leadership. In 2013, he received the Senior VP Award for Reliability from GP.
Company: Reliability Management Consultant
Dibyendu De is a leading exponent of improving equipment reliability through out-of-the-box thinking to achieve business goals of manufacturing organization operating in today’s VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) business environment. He pioneered modern maintenance and reliability engineering practices that effectively changed the engineering practices in India. Years & Nature of Experience = 38 years of perspiration, deep learning, unconventional thinking
Qualifications: B.E. (Mech) from NIT Durgapur, M.Tech (Machine Design & Analysis), NIT Rourkela, PGCM in Manufacturing Systems, University of Manchester, U.K., PGDM (Marketing)
Organizations worked for — Cementation, Larsen and Toubro, Indian Institute for Production Management, W.M. Engineering, U.K
Matthew Moore BSc (Hons) is the Global Subject Matter Expert in Condition Monitoring for Petrofac. He has over 25 years of experience in the field of vibration and condition monitoring and is a certified Mobius Institute ISO 18436-2 Category IV vibration analyst and training partner.
Matthew has extensive experience implementing vibration monitoring programmes and developing global guidance documents and condition monitoring strategies for the oil and gas industry. He is also the designer of CBMnet; Petrofac’s bespoke condition monitoring risk based reporting and information management system, which has been implemented on over 100 facilities in some of the remotest locations around the world.