Technology Qualification, Risk and Opportunity Assessments, Energy Efficiency studies and Feasibility studies, Maintenance Excellence Strategies, Reliability Improvement, Costs Reduction, Integrity Review, Bad Actors Removal, RCFA, and Defect Elimination.
New worldwide trends are reshaping the energy industry and require oil & gas companies to do more with less. The time when maximising production was the only business driver and cost just a secondary side-effect has passed and maximising asset efficiency through operational excellence is a must for any operating company.
MACH10 provides solutions for asset optimization through:
We advise and help operators with the strategy definition and management of emission reduction, from concept identification & selection and technology qualification to safety & operability of the facilities.
Many operators recognise the need to condition the system and facilities in a sustainable and affordable way for the transition period 2020-2050. The license to operate and reducing the climate footprint are important factors, but also the CO2 tax for emissions from industrial installations.
The goal of our CO2 and methane reduction programs is to help operators to identify and achieve a cost-effective and realistic quantity of emissions reductions, taking integrated system opportunities into account. The aim is to develop a pragmatic and economic strategy for GHG emission reduction. An essential part of our scope is stakeholder management, both within the industry as with regulators and authorities. By taking a holistic view and by transparently engaging authorities early on, a realistic definition of options, ambitions and scenarios can be established.
Read about our methane reduction program in collaboration with NOGEPA in the media: “Eric Wiebes, Minister of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy, signed a covenant in which the Dutch offshore oil and gas industry pledged to halve methane emissions within two years through an ambitious reduction programme.”
Read our white paper: How the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure & Environment, NOGEPA, and MACH10 worked together to define a strategy to reduce the NOx emissions and improve efficiency of the existing offshore assets in the Dutch sector of the North Sea.
Gas Turbine technology qualification for new version of Rolls Royce, Siemens, Solar and GE aero engines have been conducted for application in upcoming LNG projects.
Asset Reference Plan was developed for a $3.0 billion production facility in
Recent RAM studies were conducted for a new bitumen refinery in Canada
and offshore projects on Middle East and the North Sea from subsea wells and top sides to export facilities.
Remnant Life Assessment studies and equipment replacement strategies were developed for the gas transport system in the Netherlands and for oil & gas production facilities in the UAE.
Bad actor removal studies were conducted for a major Petrochemical complex in
Oman, a LNG plant in Australia, and FPSOs in West Africa and North Sea.
Asset Register (CMMS) Structure, Maintenance Builds and Spare Parts
strategies have been developed for an upcoming project in North Sea and for customers in the UAE.
Review of Existing Maintenance (REM) study , life extension and reliability workshops were facilitated to improve the uptime of gas turbines for vatrious operators and gas turbine types including Solar Titan, LM 2500, LM 6000 and Frame 5.
Rotating Equipment design, operaiton, and failure diagnosis training is expanded to
clients in the Middle East.