PIM is ringing the changes with its annual integrity management event this year with the addition of external speakers.
Plant Integrity Management
Integrity management specialist Plant Integrity Management (PIM) is joining forces with EPCC, a high performance computing (HPC) research specialist based in Edinburgh, to investigate the benefits of cutting-edge data analysis and artificial intelligence to the integrity management sector of the oil and gas industry.
Plant Integrity Management (PIM) believes outcome-based contracts will deliver fairer returns for all by driving innovation and subsequently improving bottom line returns and positively impacting sustainability.
Plant Integrity Management’s (PIM’s) second annual integrity management event took place on March 28 at the Carmelite Hotel, Aberdeen.
PIM is delighted to announce that its second annual integrity management conference, ‘Risk: strategy rather than chance’, will take place on Thursday March 28.
An Aberdeenshire based firm of integrity management experts, PIM, has developed PIM Optimum, a smart integrity management solution, which according to PIM’s managing director, Steven Plant, will change the face of recording inspection information in the North Sea.
Aberdeenshire-based Plant Integrity Management (PIM) has secured work worth more than £2million so far this year.
Risk based inspections (RBI) are used to understand and manage the risk of failure of potentially hazardous plant to a level that is deemed to be acceptable.
To support and encourage further collaboration in the oil and gas industry, particularly in the field of integrity management, Plant Integrity Management Ltd (PIM), is holding an event to consider issues affecting integrity management in the North Sea.
It used to be that the great crew change, and the associated loss of experience, was the major challenge facing the oil and gas industry.
The ongoing downturn is cutting deeper and lasting longer than many within the industry expected.
North-east firm Plant Integrity Management (Pim) is targeting overseas expansion after a “further period of substantial growth”.
Statoil has handed an Aberdeenshire asset integrity specialist a deal to carry out inspections on the Norwegian firm’s landmark Mariner project in the North Sea.
A mathematical technique developed to test the efficacy of nuclear bombs is being used by a Scottish company to predict the reliability of vital equipment on North Sea oil rigs.