Systems Completion, Commissioning, Start-up and Operations Readiness.
August 2 nd 2017 Houston
Contents: 1. Intro’s 2. Safety Moment 3. Context 4. Rev1 overview
What we stand for
Rev1 at a glance
How we can support you
Tracker DB demo
5000 employees Dewatering Direct Pipe Electrical Installation Gas Distribution Horizontal Directional Drilling
Mainline Pipeline Maintenance & Emergency Repairs Pipe Fabrication Stations Tunneling
u Could this have been avoided? u This accident happened just after lunch. u Repetitive jobs, mind wandering, concentration, cut corners? u Complacency sets in? u Task Risk assessment? Toolbox talk? u Safety training? u PPE? u The lesson here is that life threatening risks exist in our daily lives as we walk round vendors or fab sites from dropped objects and, like in this case, risk of crushing. Many times it may not even be our fault. We may just be in the wrong place at the wrong time. u This example shows that even with a strong safety culture, when all the procedures are in place accidents can still occur. u This is a reminder to be vigilant at all times when in high risk situations and remember you are your own Safety Officer.
Mission We are a full-service systems completion, commissioning, start-up consultancy , built for the now. We partner with clients to drive their CSU outcomes with best in class people, processes and technology. Our mission is to help as many major projects as possible plan and deliver a safe and productive start-up. Thereafter, we help owner operators maximize the operational life of their assets.
What we stand for: 1. Honesty, integrity & respect for others 2. A strong culture of: 1. Safety 2. Yes! 3. Outperform 4. Service matters 5. Sustainability
Rev1 at a glance:
u Established in 2001 u Based in Tampa, Florida u Offices in Houston, Tampa, India, Vietnam and UAE. u Over 100 Site personnel, deployed worldwide. u Specialization: System Completion, Commissioning, Start-up and Operations Readiness. u Sectors: LNG, Power generation, Nuclear, Oil & Gas – upstream, mid stream and down stream, chemical, petrochem and refinery. u www.rev1ps.com
u AECOM u AEP u Alstom u IHI E&C
u General Electric u M&G u Mitsubishi Hitachi Power u Parsons u Samsung C&T u SNC Lavlin u Washington Group u Wood group u Worley Parsons
u Black and Veatch u Burns & McDonnell u Chevron u Dominion Energy u Duke
Business model: Capabilities
u Expertise - supply of consultants for discrete assignments, CSU planning, start up scheduling, LOSH mark ups etc u People - to augment your existing project execution teams from our extensive network of CSU professionals, from Commissioning Manager down u Technology - Tracker DB CMS wwwtrackerdb.co u Documentation - Technical writing of commissioning procedures, operating procedures and training manuals u Training - Safety and hands on OJT for operations personnel u Equipment - supply of inspection and test equipment on site u Tiger teams - For specific pre comm activities or pain points i.e. shooting loops and electrical testing etc
Rev1 Safety Program:
• Performance • Control of work • Lockout/Tag out • Livening up notice
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u Easy to use u No risk transition u Full Training u Simple process u Set up
u Data loading u ITR selection u Generate ITR’s u Progress reporting
CSU Strength: Business Management: u Martyn Canham,
u 25 years experience in delivering high value business strategies u successful business results in CSU area globally
Commissioning & Startup Manager: u Doug Cicerone, PE
u Process Engineer with 20 years of design and commissioning experience in oil and gas. u Commissioning Manager on projects $150MM+. u Worked with major owners (Shell, Chevron, BP, ConocoPhillips) and EPC companies (Worley Parsons, Black & Veatch, Jacobs, Petrofac).
VP Operations: u Mark Bennett,
u 30 years of start up experience on numerous Facilities. u Rtd Black & Veatch, VP Commissioning, worldwide.
Douglas Cicerone Commissionin g & start-up Management
Martyn Canham Business Mgt & Stewardship
Marybeth Acosta Field Management
Ricky Ehrgott Commercial & Operations support
Mark Bennett Operations Management
Augment PMT to: • Review and comment on design documents including: PFDs, HMBs, P&IDs, Equipment Datasheets and Control Narratives. • Participate in PHA/HAZOP. • Limits of system handover. • Participate in Constructability and Operability Meetings. • Participate in Model Review.
Develop Commissioning & Turnover Plan. (TOP’s) Turnover packages which outline: • Description of project, organizational chart, responsibility matrix, systems definitions (including highlighted P&IDs), startup schedule, budget and list of vendors. • Develop Pre-commissioning, Startup and Operating Procedures, and Operator Training Materials. • Contact all vendors necessary for startup support to alert them to the schedule and get quotes for services.
1. Introduction 2. Definitions 3. Start-up Objectives
4. Scope of Start-up / Systems Definitions 5. Systems Turnover Sequence of Events 6. Pre-startup Safety Review (PSSR) 7. Systems Turnover Sequence 8. Turnover Organization / Org Chart 9. Schedule 10. Operating Procedures 11. Operator Training 12. Vendor Support 13. Areas of Concern / Outstanding Issues Appendices: A Systems Definitions B Systems P&IDs C Systems Line Schedule D Systems Instrument Index E Turnover & commissioning matrix of responsibilities F Detailed Schedule G Operating Procedures H Training Plan
• Begin site Inspections of piping and equipment with P&IDs and • datasheets. • Electrical schematics. • This activity continues until the plant is mechanically complete. • Maintain Punch List of construction deficiencies. • Confirm vendor support and schedule for startup activities. • Deliver or coordinate Operator Training. • Update schedule and procedures as necessary.
• Continue Site Inspections with Operations and vendors. • Witness equipment inspections and closure as appropriate. • Update Punch List. • Coordinate Site Acceptance Testing of controls equipment. • Coordinate and perform as necessary pre-commissioning activities (line flushing, loop checks, leak checking, etc.) and witness as appropriate. • Coordinate loading of catalyst / mol sieve / etc. • Begin Turnover of Systems from Construction to Operations.
• Complete turnover of all systems from Construction to Ops. • Maintain Final Punch List (typically B and C items). • Coordinate commissioning of all utilities. • Assist with air-freeing of all gas systems. • Coordinate dryout and cool-down of cryo units. • Coordinate dryout of refractory systems. • Provide technical support for feed introduction and initial operations and coordinate with vendors as necessary. • Coordinate Site Acceptance • Testing of mechanical equipment.
• Assist with control loop tuning and stabilize plant operation. • Troubleshoot any areas of concern. • Assist with control loop tuning and stabilize plant operation. • Troubleshoot any areas of concern. • Coordinate Performance Testing Operations.
Contact: Martyn Canham President, Rev1 Oil & Gas Mobile: 713 504 3737 Email: email@example.com 9950 Westpark Drive, Suite 290 Houston TX77063
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