Existing Asset Integrity Systems at a major Oil and Gas facility were disjointed with multiple systems in place, and where data transfer from one system to another was predominantly manual and labor-intensive.
The Integrity personnel, including Inspection and RBI engineers were spending an excessive amount of time maintaining multiple data sources in various systems and spreadsheets. The manual nature of the process made it prone to human error, which could compromise the Integrity of Assets.
Moreover, the existing systems did not offer users with asset health insights that they could use on the collected field data, nor did it provide good visualization reports. In addition, the comprehensive anomaly management process is rudimentary.
This was leading to a significant amount of manpower cost incurred due to standalone mechanical integrity systems that operated in silos.