CMMS Data Building

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Assure equipment is being maintained to manage risk, likelihood and consequences associated with outage

Increase tool time through better planning and preparation of work tasks

Optimise maintenance application through quality data and CMMS functionality

Avoid time wastage by having correct and reliable information at your fingertips

Manage and implement your maintenance regime with maximum visibility and efficiency

Services offered by Add Energy:
  • CMMS/Maintenance Build for New Assets
  • CMMS/Maintenance Rebuild for Existing Assets
  • CMMS Data Cleansing and Enriching
  • CMMS/EAM Data Migration
  • Asset Register Verification (Desktop and Physical Asset Verifications)
  • Asset Register Functional Hierarchy Optimisation
  • Equipment Criticality Analysis
  • Equipment Classification
  • Equipment Description Standardisation and Improvement
  • Maintenance Strategy Development and Localisation
  • Maintenance Allocation
  • Maintenance Packaging, Routing and Nesting
  • Critical Spares Risk Cost Analysis
  • Equipment and Maintenance BoM Development
  • Performance Standard Embedment into Maintenance
  • Maintenance Scheduling and Load Levelling of the Maintenance Plan
  • CMMS Data Build Consultant Manpower

Maintenance Library

Add Energy have a database of maintenance feed data that links through from the philosophy to equipment strategies to the job task. The maintenance strategies cover all major components that would be found in typical energy plants, these are built with reference to the Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA) along with industry best practice.

OptiBoM™

An ever growing cloud based library containing verified equipment BoMs and spare parts. The details held in OptiBoM™ have been confirmed with the manufacturers or vendors and have the verified descriptions and part numbers. Providing our clients with an efficient means of ensuring their BoM data is up to date and well populated. OptiBoM™ has been designed to bridge the gap between operations and procurement, ensuring critical spare part information is available on demand, so that part sourcing can be executed efficiently.

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Aim-Hi™

A cloud-based maintenance management tool that provides instantaneous intelligence around maintenance KPI’s and the asset’s planned maintenance regime. Visual dashboards enable users to quickly identify areas of underperformance and where opportunity for optimization, cost rationalization and resource maximization can be achieved.

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Profi-C™

Profi-C™ is a modelling and benchmarking package which measures factors affecting productivity.

Asset-C

A secure cloud-based tool that enables a functional hierarchy/asset register to be built, managed and analyzed to identify gaps and opportunities for improvement. Asset-C™ enables big data to be visualized in a user friendly tree format, providing a simple solution to managing data. All critical information relating to the equipment tags such as classification, maintenance work orders and spares can also be reviewed and modified efficiently in Asset-C™. In addition to this, Asset-C™ also contains built-in QA checks which can be configured to mirror CMMS requirements, allowing for robust and efficient generation

AssetVoice™

An integrated software and hardware solution which has the capacity to monitor and track stocked and installed components through their lifecycle using IoT technologies. The tagged RFID hardware, combined with Add Energy’s Asset Voice™ cloud-based software service enables stakeholders to track assets anywhere, at any time.

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ePAV™

A digital data collection app designed to streamline the process of verifying and collecting asset data by creating efficiencies in the data collection and the QA process using systematic methodologies to: Standardize the data that is collected from the source Capture and automatically link photos to equipment tags in real time Auto populating load sheets for direct loading into CMMS, eliminating post walk down data entry

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Maintenance Scheduling Tool

A tool to automate the process of load levelling resources and maintenance tasks within the annualized maintenance schedule to maximize resource utilization and time. In creating routes to group maintenance, nesting and suppressing work orders, Add Energy can develop an efficient and cost-effective maintenance schedule in line with operational requirements.

"Being able to rely on accurate foundation data, which has been built into an optimised maintenance management regime within the CMMS, enables our maintenance and operations to run efficiently and cost effectively."

Key contacts

Susan Steyn

Susan Steyn

Vice President - USA, Canada

Asset and Integrity Management

The Americas

The Caribbean

Susan.steyn@addenergygroup.com
Andrew Gardiner

Andrew Gardiner

Sales Manager

Asset and Integrity Management

Europe

Middle East

andrew.gardiner@addenergy.no
Natalie Macrae

Natalie Macrae

Global Business Development Manager

Asset and Integrity Management

Africa

Asia Pacific

natalie.macrae@addenergy.no
Afia Mcclenaghan

Afia Mcclenaghan

Commercial Manager

Asset and Integrity Management

Canada

afia.mcclenaghan@addenergy.no

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Asset and Integrity Management Blog

My biggest lessons learned from being Head of Maintenance

24 Nov 2020

My biggest lessons learned from being Head of Maintenance

Before joining Add Energy as Technical Manager, Stuart Murray had worked his way up from maintenance, reliability and operations engineering roles to the Head of Maintenance for an international FPSO operator. 

Responsible for managing global maintenance execution and strategies, optimizing maintenance effectiveness and providing expert advice on maintenance issues, Stuart has experienced and overcome many common maintenance and operational challenges throughout his career. We have asked him to share some of the biggest challenges and lessons he has learned as Head of Maintenance..

The future is now: 3 lessons learned from Topsides UK 2020

19 Nov 2020

The future is now: 3 lessons learned from Topsides UK 2020

The energy industry was already in flux prior to the spread of COVID-19. At the beginning of 2020, weakening economic growth, political risk and intensifying trade tensions were predicted as the biggest challenges that the industry would face. As well as the operational and financial impact to the sector itself, lockdowns across the globe have caused the demand for oil to plummet, a surge in unemployment and a massive decrease in consumer spending.

As a result, there has been an increase in the cost of production within the UKCS and a decrease in the number of projects approved, tightening budgets further. 

Progressing from middle management to leadership: the fundamentals

17 Nov 2020

Progressing from middle management to leadership: the fundamentals

It is no secret that there is a lack of female leaders working within the energy sector, with research showing that less than 10% of senior leaders within the oil and gas industry are female. We want to explore what it takes for middle managers to progress to the top, where they are focused on leading the vision and strategy of companies, and assuring delivery of this. 

Susan Steyn joined Add Energy as our Vice President for North America in 2019, leading a team of over 25 asset management experts and overseeing company growth throughout the Americas and project delivery. Starting her career in supply chain, research and planning roles, she rapidly worked her way up to leadership positions due to her drive, determination and dedication - and being recognized as someone who will tackle a challenge head on and see it through to completion. 

The biggest cost saving initiatives for maintenance teams

29 Oct 2020

The biggest cost saving initiatives for maintenance teams

During a time where budgets are being scrutinized and cut, we are forced to work smarter with less resources. This is particularly true for maintenance teams due to maintenance being commonly viewed as an expense rather than an opportunity to save money for an asset. 

To use maintenance and materials management as a mechanism for saving money, we need to strike the perfect balance between cost cutting and risk mitigation - where maintenance and materials can be streamlined to gain efficiencies and reduce costs, but integrity and production are not compromised. 

How to overcome 7 common frustrations faced by Maintenance Managers

06 Oct 2020

How to overcome 7 common frustrations faced by Maintenance Managers

Being a Maintenance Manager can be a very rewarding, yet challenging role. A Maintenance Manager is typically accountable for ensuring maintenance is executed correctly, on time and within budget to assure the safety and integrity of the facility, and that uptime and reliability targets are achieved. 

Essential behaviours and traits of an influential leader

22 Sep 2020

Essential behaviours and traits of an influential leader

If you look after your people, they will in turn look after your clients and business. It is therefore fundamental that you influence correctly and lead them in the most effective way possible, to help them evolve, grow and deliver great work. 

Plugging the skills gap: why now is a critical time to invest in learning

04 Sep 2020

Plugging the skills gap: why now is a critical time to invest in learning

With an increasing number of knowledgeable and skilled people leaving the energy industry, and less experienced people stepping into managerial positions, there is a growing skills gap emerging across the globe that is brewing the perfect storm.

A Step-by-step guide to a CMMS build with Add Energy

02 Sep 2020

A Step-by-step guide to a CMMS build with Add Energy

Having an effective computerised maintenance management system (CMMS) is vital for running a facility successfully, allowing the maintenance of equipment and assets to be more proactive as opposed to reactive. 

All decisions should be made based on accurate, reliable data - but for many companies, data within the CMMS is inaccurate or missing altogether. This can cause significant knock-on issues, for example high levels of backlog or conducting more corrective maintenance than preventative, which could be easily avoided.