Presentation on theme: "3PM, 11th February 2004 Patio Hotel, Aberdeen Inaugural forum www.rgu.ac.uk/eng/cbm."— Presentation transcript:
3PM, 11th February 2004 Patio Hotel, Aberdeen Inaugural forum
Overview of forum CBM and O&G, a review, J. Penman, RGU Lube oil hygiene & CM, J. Pearce, Castrol Open discussion & feedback Review & wash-up Introduction, N. Arthur, RGU Networking
Introduction The Centre for Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) is an independent forum for the establishment, promotion and distribution of CBM best practices in the Oil and Gas industry. The Centre is based at The Robert Gordon University and draws on the skills and experience of industry leaders in CBM to provide the direction for the Centre.
Introduction Terms of reference for the Centre are; Revenue protection Measurement and improvement Forum for networking Centre for best practice H, S & E protection
Introduction Audit Best practices Forums Conferences Technology Cost reduction Information Independent R&D Deliverables:- Forum for networking Measurement and improvement Best practices Revenue protection H, S and E protection Terms Of Reference:- Operators OEMs / vendors Service providers Certification Industry bodies Academia Participants:- Steering committee:-
Introduction Steering committee; Neil Arthur, RGU George Rae, bp Garth Reucassel, Shell Keith Dunnett, CNRI Tim Jervis, KBR Charles Lawson, ConocoPhillips
Introduction Key points to bear in mind today; Participation and interaction Here for your benefit and use Structure and format fluid You tell us FEEDBACK!
CBM and Oil & Gas Professor Jim Penman The Robert Gordon University
1960s Maintenance history Breakdown maintenance predominant Some time based maintenance Little or no link between design, operation and maintenance Low levels of learning Individual (and expensive) solutions to serious failures
1970s Driven by some severe incidents and increased demand on old plant Application of Time & Motion studies and basic Quality Control Fixed intervals and resources Often good parts replaced Maintenance history Planned maintenance for more critical equipment
1980s Maintenance history Condition based maintenance introduced Mostly dynamic (rotating) equipment Vibration analysis main tool Understanding of plant degradation mechanisms improving Some basic reliability analysis undertaken; bathtub curve, MTBF
1990s Maintenance history CBM increased in popularity Extended to static plant Range of tools and techniques increased Maintenance cost savings achieved Technology improvements
Now... CBM and Oil and Gas Perception of stagnation No real innovation for 10+ years CBM not achieving projected benefits New technologies not being exploited (DCS etc.) Lack of cohesion and integration
Now... Where next...? What are the opportunities for improvement? What are others doing that can expedite the process? How can these opportunities be exploited? CBM and Oil and Gas
Hence the reason were here today! CBM and Oil and Gas
Lube oil hygiene and CM John Pearce Castrol
Now... Where next...? What are the opportunities for improvement? What are others doing that can expedite the process? How can these opportunities be exploited? Discussion and feedback
Technology Access to new products, new hardware and software, on-line systems, new CM techniques, R&D etc. Organisation Training, competency, qualifications, suitability, labour market, QA, motivations, age profile etc. Value Benefits, case studies, capability, cost, benefits, technical applicability, implementation, contracts etc. Continuous improvement Audits, benchmarking, performance measurement, KPIs, incentivisation etc. Some thoughts...
Over to you... Discussion and feedback
Review and wash-up Review of today Overview of the Centre for CBM History and review of CBM in O&G Open forum & discussion Lube oil presentation Way ahead Feedback please!