Since our inception, ReVisionz has provided services to many owner operators as they develop critical, major projects.
Our clients look to us to provide industry leading experts to define, deliver, and maintain engineering and asset information management programs.
We have a proven track record of meeting our client’s needs and maximizing the value of their engineering information.
A major oil and gas owner operator with large brownfield operations was suffering from a lack of confidence in their engineering content and document management processes. They wanted to move from a document centric approach to an asset centric system to create a more efficient way to find information.
- Developing engineering data standards
- Enhancing their document classification scheme based on plant breakdown
- Gathering requirements and organizing vendor selection for tag and document management solutions
- Cleaning up and migrating brownfield data
- Implementing, training, and rolling out a new engineering data warehouse
The new program was a key element in improving operational excellence. Better access to more complete and consistent information addressed gaps in plant safety, regulatory, and operational performance.
A major oil and gas owner operator was kicking off development of large, greenfield business units. They needed to manage multiple EPC’s executing globally using data centric design tools. They also needed to limit the recreation of engineering information and support future plant expansion.
- Developing approval processes and standards for information handover
- Gathering requirements and organizing vendor selection for design tools and an engineering data warehouse
- Creating an architecture and taxonomy that transformed document centric project information info asset centric information for operations and maintenance
The program created an environment that supports sustainment and enforced structured, consistent data formats.
A midstream company was growing through both mergers and acquisitions and greenfield expansion. They needed to address a lack of confidence in acquired engineering information, address inefficiencies in finding information, and ensure they addressed any regulatory and environmental compliance issues.
- Developing a business case to justify an asset information program
- Developing a program execution plan to address standards, processes, and technology
- Providing implementation services, including program management and business analysis
- Analysing and cleaning up content
The program supported access to complete, consistent data through the expansion. This improved plant performance in safety, turnaround, environmental and regulatory compliance.
An oil and gas owner operator identified inconsistencies in their master data, creating a lack of confidence in the quality of the information and increasing the time needed to validate and trouble shoot issues.
- Analysing existing data and standards to identify gaps
- Gathering requirements and defining new standards to address business needs
- Developing new standards, guidelines and processes
- Implementing data quality tools to monitor and report on metrics
More complete and consistent master data addressed gaps and plant performance. Quality assurance and monitoring tools created an environment for sustained performance.