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Maximise your uptime.

Equipment reliability and availability is a key concern within the oil and gas sector. Reliable equipment at the bottleneck unlocks significant value through increased throughput, while equipment reliability more generally assists with minimising the environmental and safety risks that are endemic to the oil and gas industry. Much of the work that we have done in the oil and gas sector is aimed at improving equipment reliability.

We also deliver training in maintenance and reliability improvement to the oil and gas sector – focused both on reliability improvement, as well as maintenance planning and scheduling excellence.

We have extensive experience within the oil and gas sector, having conducted a large number of assignments for both large and small oil and gas companies in Australia and in South East Asia.

Our clients

Some of our past and present clients within the oil and gas sector include:

  • Conoco Phillips
  • Exxon Mobile
  • Oil Search
  • Santos
  • Woodside Energy

Oil and gas articles

How to estimate the economic value of improved maintenance…

Using a value driver tree to estimate Economic Value Added can help reliability and maintenance managers build a business case for improvement initiatives.

6 tips to sell your asset management vision to…

Let’s explore how we might go about selling the vision for asset management, and engage with senior leadership so that they can provide ongoing support.

What is the 5 whys technique?

The 5 Whys technique offers a simple, effective way to uncover the root of an issue. It is best used in troubleshooting and quality-improvement initiatives.

What does a maintenance supervisor do?

Every company has a different idea of what a mechanical supervisor is responsible for, but there is still a core focus that should apply to anyone in the role.

5 quick tips for an effective CMMS

Your computerised maintenance management system may be the right fit for your organisation, but it can only be as good as your end users and their training.

Getting the most value from your CMMS

There is no perfect off-the-shelf CMMS. Let’s discuss how you can tailor your business processes to match your information system workflow, and vice versa.

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