TWPL ASSET MANAGEMENT EXPERT
John Woodhouse is one of the most widely known experts in integrated asset management. With a background in oil and gas upstream and downstream operations (Shell Expro in UK, Norway, Brunei, Netherlands) and major engineering (senior management positions in Kvaerner), he launched TWPL in 1995 as a consortium of former senior industrial managers to provide pragmatic advice and support in the embedding of good practices and development of asset management competences.
John is also a Founding Member, Council Member, Life Fellow and Chair of Experts Panel for The Institute of Asset Management (IAM). He was Project Director for British Standards Institute/IAM development of the PAS 55 standard for asset management. John was appointed a Principal Expert to represent the UK on the International Standard for Asset Management (ISO 55000 – published in 2014).
He has also project managed the development of the first IAM Competences Framework, and the European MACRO & SALVO R&D projects on cost/risk optimization in asset management decisions and life cycle management.
John is also author of the book ‘Managing Industrial Risk’, Publ. Chapman & Hall, 1993 and ‘Asset management decision-making: the SALVO Process’, Publ. TWPL 2014-18, and lectures widely around the world at conferences and through university and in-house management training programmes.
In 2017, he authored (and TWPL has sponsored), the development of a new guide for The IAM ‘Developing and maintaining a Strategic Asset Management Plan’ (SAMP) and the Asset Management Maturity Scale and Guidance.
John was personally recognised by the IAM at the annual dinner in November 2018, with the presentation of the IAM President’s Award, for a significant and sustained contribution to the IAM’s work and development of the asset management discipline.
For more news about the IAM Awards, read our press release ‘TWPL clients stand out in IAM Awards 2018′.
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