Drilling and Well Operations
Asset and Integrity Management
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Health, safety, environment and quality (HSEQ)
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Knowing the condition of a processing plant and targeted maintenance saves lives and costs
Creating the foundations for excellence
Unlocking the potential of your assets, people and CMMS
Building for performance excellence
Rationalizing expenditure and unlocking efficiencies
Optimizing your spares holding
Supplementing operations with expertise
Identify, manage and minimize risk
Achieve results through enhanced capability
Add Energy led workshops and analyzed CMMS data using our proprietary software tool, Aim-Hi™ capable of benchmarking maintenance data and identifying cost saving opportunities for optimizing maintenance management and execution.
Utilizing our global library of maintenance strategies, Add Energy was able to benchmark findings to determine issues relating to over expenditure, and develop a roadmap of recommendations for optimization of resource and strategy.
Unlock performance improvements opportunities, optimize costs and assure integrity of your facility
Asset and Integrity Management
Vice President - USA, Canada
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To deliver an efficient and effective Maintenance Management regime designed to assure the safety integrity of the equipment, reliability and production of the facility
To conduct a review of the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) currently being utilized, including the planned maintenance regime, to identify opportunities for optimization.
To conduct a review of the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), and deliver recommendations that will improve the maintenance burden by implementing these changes through a series of maintenance optimization techniques.
To identify the cost impact associated with missing Bill of Materials (BoMs) data
01 Mar 2021
At Add Energy we have found that supporting apprentices through their studies has brought a wealth of benefits to both our team of apprentices and our company, from upskilling our people through formal learning and development opportunities to improving the productivity of our business functions and thus the quality of our services to our clients.
As part of Scottish Apprenticeship Week, our team of Add Energy apprentices have shared their experiences as well as the benefits of learning while you work.
19 Feb 2021
At Add Energy, we recognize the importance of innovation, technology and digitalization and invest significant effort into the research and development of software solutions, which is why we were so honored to be able to be part of this important event for upskilling up-and-coming developers.As a consultancy business to the energy sector and beyond, we are uniquely positioned to provide insights to shared challenges plant operators face, enabling us to suggest concepts and guidance for developing solutions that will provide students with experience of solving real-world industry challenges. Peter Adam our EVP, R&D Manager; Hossein Ghavimi and our Learning Delivery Lead, Mike Meen worked closely with and mentored their assigned group of student developers during a 3 week ‘hackathon’ as they applied research of tailoring agile software development methods and familiarized themselves with techniques for communicating and presenting work to their HackCamp partner clients.The competition was judged by a panel of industry professionals and we were delighted to see the 1st place prize go to the group who developed Add Energy’s concept into cloud-database-driven dashboard for risk management, impressing the judges with their original use of web scraping and the possibility for the inclusion of machine learning to identify future risks.
16 Feb 2021
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A backlog prioritization model or study will determine the risks associated with delaying the work further and will facilitate the decision-making process to determine which work orders should be executed as a priority. Once this has been established, companies can apply execution techniques to liquidate the maintenance in the most efficient and effective way possible.
In this blog, Add Energy’s Senior Consultant, Emeka Onuh discusses how routing, sequencing, and packaging maintenance work orders can make maintenance execution much more efficient, and the profound effects it can have on improving plant and system availability, maintenance team productivity as well as safety. While most organisations utilize these methods to some degree, they are often disjointed or misunderstood. We recommend viewing this as a combined strategy, with all three elements being reviewed and implemented, to get the most value for your business. Here are some of his top tips on how to successfully implement all three methods.
22 Jan 2021
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20 Jan 2021
In my own experience, I have seen significant improvements identified on both new and mature plants. Savings on older assets, have been in excess of $20M per year, by removing non-value adding maintenance, and for newer plants, savings of $500k+ by modifying the maintenance schedules and spares requirements dictated by the OEMs, moving to maintenance that is tailored to the operating criteria and design intent.
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