Reducing the maintenance burden across oil and gas operations (White paper)
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Does your maintenance strategy fit your commercial and safety objectives?
In a low oil price environment there is a pressure to maintain uptime and production, this often means postponing maintenance viewed as non-essential and stalling shutdowns and turnarounds.
Offshore accommodation limitations, over-maintaining equipment and dated maintenance strategies also result in an unattainable maintenance burden.
This leads to escalating maintenance backlogs, facility unreliability and increased operating costs, frequently combined with an inability to liquidate production-enhancing or important asset integrity workscopes.
This white paper identifies how you can reduce your maintenance burden:
- Identify the causes of maintenance burdens
- Determine an optimal planned maintenance programme
- Reduce maintenance costs
- Qualitative and quantitative approaches
- Case Study – Maintenance optimisation in action
This white paper is for you if you are a:
- Maintenance manager
- Operations manager
- Offshore installation manager
- Maintenance engineer
- Equipment engineer
- Head of maintenance
- Head of operations
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