Many owner operators are beginning to clearly understand the benefits they could realize by truly managing their engineering information and enabling the various functions and disciplines to leverage trustworthy engineering information for their day-to-day operational activities.
In a recent survey, approximately 60 percent of owner operators said that ready access to trustworthy information is most critical for process safety management, maintenance, reliability, and modification-related activities. On the other hand, the same percentage of owner operator personnel isn’t completely confident that they would be able to quickly locate appropriate engineering information in an emergency situation.
Told through a real-world example at one of the world’s largest power plants, this session will discuss three key questions that most owner operators are grappling:
- How can you incrementally create an effective, accurate engineering information asset for brownfield plants that have been operational for many years?
- How can you minimize the cost and schedule to capture the digital plant asset?
- How can you maximize the value of that engineering information?
If you are an owner operator with brownfield facilities and thinking about strategies for digital assets, or if your company is delivering services in this context, you should attend this keynote.