Creating the Optimal Asset Series
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Data. Insights. Action. We caught up with Director of Strategic Initiatives for The Data Refinery – Worley's data science and machine learning solution center
How artificial intelligence impacts the future of oil and gas safety
From donuts to digital, Senior Content Manager, Molly Haynes looks at why failure is often part of the process and how we can overcome those obstacles to digital transformation success
Value Engineering is a well-defined and documented process that is not just about cutting costs. In the last part of the 'Creating the Optimal Asset' series, Adam Boughton shares the value engineering process and how it can ultimately drive project success.
Australia’s gas market is vast, comprised of many dynamic components. Here’s a simple graphic to show you where our gas comes from and who uses it.
In the fifth part of this series on Creating the Optimal Asset, Adam Boughton explains how the Overall Equipment Efficiency metric can provide significant understanding of asset efficiency, particularly in the early stages of a project.
We caught up with the Advisian Digital inventor who created CAROL™ – a catalyst removal amphirol robot
Like the cost of most energy sources, in recent times, the price of gas on the east coast of Australia has increased considerably. Household consumers would have noticed significant rises over the past few years, just from running heating and hot water. However, for industries like manufacturing, chemicals or mining, this cost can be the difference between a viable operation or closing down. So, what changed our market dynamics and what can large gas consumers do to get a better deal?
Many organisations do not understand the difference between performance-based and prescriptive-based specifications. In the fourth part of this six-part series, Adam Boughton explains what each is and how they can ultimately affect project risks and outcomes.