Drilling and Well Operations
Asset and Integrity Management
Safety and Risk
Training and Advisory
Health, safety, environment and quality (HSEQ)
Management and The Board
Rationalizing expenditure and unlocking efficiencies
Reduce risk of downtime
Rationalize your maintenance expenditure
Assure equipment reliability
Optimize resource utilization through an optimized maintenance schedule
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.
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.
Profi-C™ is a modelling and benchmarking package which measures factors affecting productivity.
A historical planned and corrective maintenance analysis tool, that measures equipment performance through the analysis of failure and maintenance data. It identifies gaps in scheduled maintenance and equipment with high failure rates, which enables our team to highlight ineffective trends and areas where cost savings can be made.
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.
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
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.
From our experience of analyzing over 1,000 assets worldwide across the energy and utility sectors, our team of consultants and bespoke software can:
"On behalf of Stena Drilling, may I thank you and your excellent team for the effort put into our recent maintenance reviews and stock criticality reviews.
Having used the services of Add Energy over a number of years, we have seen great results and a continuous improvement in our equipment reliability and availability which has helped Stena Drilling to become one of the world’s leading drilling contractors. The annual maintenance reviews pay for themselves year on year and are a valuable tool in our arsenal when aiming for zero downtime.
Often the results of well planned maintenance activities or day to day running of the stores go unnoticed. But by using the knowledge of Add Energy we have continued to improve year on year and look forward to working with Add Energy in the future."
Vice President - USA, Canada
Asset and Integrity Management
Business Development Executive
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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
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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.
11 Aug 2020
This is especially true within the world of asset management and maintenance optimization at the moment, as there are a wealth of efficiency savings and production optimization opportunities that can be unearthed and capitalised upon. And effective training can be the much-needed catalyst for these savings.
04 Aug 2020
To help manage the costs of aging assets, maintenance and operational stakeholders need to consider, and invest into proven initiatives that optimise ways of working, increase equipment reliability and assure safety integrity of the facility.
24 Jul 2020
When production has to cease unexpectedly because of a broken part or safety issue, time needs to be urgently spent to identify the problem, fix it, and ensure there are no ancillary issues before restarting. This is highly disruptive and costly, and maintenance teams are therefore always striving to avoid unexpected failures or breakdowns.
22 Jul 2020
A computerised maintenance management system (CMMS) is a critical element to efficient maintenance management. It is used to help meet production demands, reduce OPEX costs, increase profits, and minimize risk of incidents. In particular, an effective CMMS can provide better management and control of:
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