January 2018

Project Management

Incorporate assurance into an operational readiness program—Part 2

Investors have a critical need for assurance that the asset they are invested in will achieve continuous operation at the designed rates, as well as meet—and hopefully surpass—reliability, availability and maintenance targets safely.

Picheo, G., Reed, W., Jacobs Consultancy

Investors have a critical need for assurance that the asset they are invested in will achieve continuous operation at the designed rates, as well as meet—and hopefully surpass—reliability, availability and maintenance targets safely. To achieve required production rates, leading companies routinely implement a structured operational readiness process in their capital project transitions. The key factor that differentiates leading companies from the rest of the industry is the shift from a static culture of conventional, classic project delivery, to a more dynamic, holistic and pragmatic approach that targets, in early project phases, the future operations and production phases. This enligh

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