5 Steps to Optimal Asset Integrity and Performance
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Asset Integrity and performance are interdependent and the role of asset integrity as an integral discipline to improve safety standards is now well-recognised.
Production efficiency improvements go hand in hand with robust asset integrity and should be a part of everyday business on a sustained basis.
In this paper, Peter Adam, Executive Vice President of Asset and Integrity Management at Add Energy, will explore reoccurring issues in the industry which can be sources of safety and performance risk and reasons why initiatives do not get off the ground.
He outlines 5 steps from design phase through operation stage as well as how to manage sustainability.
This paper shows how an effective structure, and ongoing management will maximise and asset's performance and safety standards.
About the author
Peter Adam BSc. (Hons) is a Co-Founder and Managing Director of Add Latent Ltd, an addenergy owned company based in Aberdeen. He has over 15 years of experience in the energy sector, specializing in the fields of reliability, maintenance and integrity for companies in the UK and overseas.
Peter’s focus is the performance improvement of producing assets through incorporating best standards in benchmarking, reliability management, and route-cause analysis. Peter has proactively developed the growth of add latent by creating a multi-disciplined team and delivering innovative client solutions such as industry-proven benchmarking and analysis software tools creating uptime, safety and process improvements as well as account managing Shell’s global roll-out of their asset integrity framework.
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