The Outage Network is a first-of-its-kind outage management platform from Asset Performance Networks, designed exclusively for the power industry.
Asset Performance Networks is proud to announce the appointment of Tony Grassi to the role of Regional Manager, Australia.
The Outage Network is a first-of-its-kind outage management platform launching in September from Asset Performance Networks, designed exclusively for the power industry.
A new lessons learned tool will join AP-Networks’ suite of cloud-based capital project and turnaround management tools later this year.
In the Summer 2020 issue of Storage Terminals Magazine, John Camp discusses how digital deployment of a standardized tank outage work process could spell a new chapter for storage tank maintenance.
AP-Networks Holds Virtual Roundtable Discussions to Help Industry Leaders Manage the COVID-19 Challenge
Virtual roundtable discussions provide an early look at the issues, tactical actions, and emerging best practices that can help optimize performance under current conditions.
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in major uncertainties for both capital projects and turnarounds in the energy and downstream industries. Projects and turnarounds are being halted, deferred, or reduced in scope in profoundly altered circumstances. The crisis might also have the effect of contributing to a heightened awareness of the need for effective risk management.
In the Oil & Gas industry, capital projects and maintenance events (turnarounds) have a long history of poor predictability. AP-Networks has developed a set of cloud-based tools that ensure readiness is optimized.
Along with your mitigation and resiliency to COVID-19, we are here to illuminate the levers and gauges of your future outcomes—all remotely and digitally. From optimizing the shifting of event timing, to benchmarking and event assessments, to stress testing and mitigation insights, we provide the data and the suite of tools to help you overcome challenges during COVID-19 and beyond.
Many capital-intensive Australian companies are losing money as a result of poor execution of key maintenance activities. Like a small leak that is not properly closed, the drain on the balance sheet is slow but devastating.