Petrofac has been awarded a research study from the Energy Institute’s Process Safety Committee in a bid to help improve maintenance management performance across the oil and gas industry.
Under the terms of the agreement, Petrofac will conduct interviews and deliver a workshop with several international operators, industry bodies and regulators. The purpose of these will be to assess the measures and key performance indicators (KPIs) currently used by the industry to manage maintenance.
Once Petrofac has received and analysed the input information, it will deliver a research report to the Institute’s Process Safety Committee that intends to better inform member companies on good practice relating to optimising maintenance measures and KPIs. This work will help to determine whether there is a desire to standardise these maintenance measures and KPIs across the upstream oil and gas industry.