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AVEVA World Magazine 2015 #1

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(continued) 'We understand from ADMA that the project will deliver sufficient capital and operating efficiencies to quickly pay back the investment in creating the digital plant,' said Jim. One important contributor to increased operating efficiency is the reduction in time spent searching for data and documents, which is not only costly in itself but often leads to costly delays and even Health & Safety issues. The project also creates a sound basis for future modification; a higher quality of input data increases the quality of revamp design, which reduces downtime and the exposure of engineering personnel to potentially hazardous environments,' he added. Future initiatives Equipped with the additional capabilities offered by the Digital Enterprise division, WorleyParsons sees opportunities for data management services in two areas. 'First, there are facilities like ADMA-OPCO's Das Island with long operational histories but still with a significant service life ahead of them,' said Jim. 'Here, the Owner Operators are looking to create a baseline of verified current status that will enable them to better manage their existing facilities and run long-term upgrade and modification programmes.' The second key client group are Owner Operators who have new or ongoing greenfield projects that have targeted asset data management for plant capital and operating efficiency gains. 'We understand that clients for whom we are currently doing this work are being contacted by their peers to learn of their experiences and how successful the work is proving. Both areas offer excellent growth potential for our new division,' Jim Purvis concluded. With projects already booked for deployment up to 2017, the division clearly has plenty of work in hand and interesting times ahead. WorleyParsons Digital Enterprise WorleyParsons Digital Enterprise supports customer demand to frame, develop and implement digital technologies that will take the ability to monitor, analyse and optimise asset performance throughout its life cycle, to a new level. With their deep understanding of the asset life cycle from concept through to decommissioning, they are uniquely positioned to provide stewardship of the integration of vendor and bespoke technologies, systems and architecture. About WorleyParsons Headquartered in Australia, WorleyParsons has been in operation for over 30 years and is today one of the world's leading providers of technical, project and operational support services for the process industries. The company employs a global team of 38,700 and has 165 offices operating in 43 countries, including offshore Centres of Excellence in Houston, London, Kuala Lumpur and Perth. These are full-service EPC centres dedicated to each of WorleyParsons' industry sectors: Minerals, Metals & Chemicals, Hydrocarbons, and Power and Infrastructure. To find out more, visit www.worleyparsons.com/digital_enterprise. (concluded) AVEVA World Magazine 2015 | Issue 1 p10

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