Confirming the as-built status of your facilities is a critical task in your asset integrity management program, as it affects PHMSA and other compliance mandates, and provides an opportunity to improve operating economics. Many plant and facility operators are facing challenges due to only having access to legacy and / or partial scans, and the requirement to update P&IDs as well as create high-quality Master Equipment Lists, Line Lists, Circuitization and identification of corrosion loops. Possessing a single version of the truth encompassing both mechanical and electrical systems is a high value item for operators.
During this webinar you will learn:
- Capturing new 3D scans, or ingesting existing scans into a common model
- Creating an intelligent 3D model inclusive of both graphics and attributes
- Performing a P&ID gap analysis and updating P&IDs
- Creating a Master Equipment List and Line List (leveraging the intelligent 3D model)
- Performing circuitization (grouping fixed equipment and piping into systems with similar degradation and risk factors)
- Electrical system detail addition to the 3D model
Brent Stanley (Business Development Manager - Houston)
Brent brings over 35 years of engineering and market development experience in oil, gas and process industries , including a decade in asset integrity management. As a Business Development Manager for mCloud , he strives to help oil, gas and process industries adopt solutions that deliver a high degree of value.
He has worked with numerous operators including TCEnergy, Enbridge and DOW in their asset reliability programs, focussing on corrosion engineering, mechanical integrity, and fitness for service. Brent holds degrees in Math, Physics and Mechanical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University.
Pablo Asiron (Business Development Manager - Moncton)
As a Professional Chemical Engineer who specializes in Computer Process Controls, Pablo has over 20 years of experience with automation and data visualization with a specific focus on Information Systems.
As a Business Development Manager with mCloud, Pablo works with our clients in the Industrial Process environments to reduce unplanned downtime and increase equipment efficiency to deliver results through the use of IIoT. Throughout his career, Pablo has worked with many large and medium scale clients to design and implement all information system needs.