Petrofac software to optimize maintenance on Angola floater

Bumi Armada has awarded Petrofac a three-year condition monitoring program for the FPSO Olombendo.

Offshore staff

LONDONBumi Armada has awarded Petrofac a three-year condition monitoring program for the FPSOOlombendo.

The vessel, currently under conversion in Singapore, will operate onEni’s 15/06 East hub developmentoffshore Angola.

Petrofac’s scope includes implementation of the program, training, providing an ABS initial submission report, monthly vibration and lube oil analysis, risk-based reporting, and hardware/software support via the company’s proprietary CBMnet system.

This is an internet-enabled management reporting system that allows clients to optimize maintenance and manage the risk to delivery of their business objectives through assessing the condition of their critical rotating machinery.

The system, hosted securely online and managed by Petrofac’s in-house team, has provided support for more than 92 facilities across 15 countries.

At 15/06 it will be used to provide recommendations to optimize maintenance activities in order to increase asset reliability and help Eni maximize production.

In May 2015, Bumi Armada contracted Petrofac to provide a maintenance management system forEnQuest’s Kraken FPSO, which will be deployed in the East Shetland basin in the UK North Sea.

06/09/2016

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