Asset Data Management System - A White Paper for Discussion

DiAM 600 acrossThe Data Special Interest Group has developed an Asset Data Management System Model for discussion by the AM Council membership. Take a look at the details here.

Feedback Sought on the Asset Data Management System Model White Paper
Julian Watts is the AMCouncil National Lead for the Data Asset Special Interest Group (DiAM SIG) and would like to receive feedback on the white paper via email and is interested in finding out your response to the following questions:

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Sydney on Asset Management across a multi-modal asset portfolio

Sydney 21 Mar 19A great attendence of approximately 45 at Sydney's technical and networking session last week. It was noted that Mark Ragusa from Ausgrid has filled the remaining vacant committee membership position, and we welcome him on board.

The Chapter then heard from Lucio Favotto, Principal Manager Infrastructure and Fleet Services, Transport for NSW. Lucio provided an insightful presentation on the following - Asset Management across a multi-modal asset portfolio - Transport for NSW (TfNSW).

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Brisbane hosts the Maintenance & Reliability SIG

Brisbane 21 Mar 19 2The Brisbane Chapter held a Technical session on the 21st March in conjunction with the Maintenance and Reliability Special interest Group. There were over 60 attendees present to listen to Mr Ian Sedgwick and Mr Ricardo Santos speaking about Dynamic lifecycle costing and Risk Based Inspection regimes respectively. This was followed by a Q and A Panel session which included the speakers and AMC board member, Dr Monique Beedles.

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AMCouncil at the AOG

AOG 2019The AMCouncil was proud to host a facilitated panel session at this year's AOG Expo to dicuss ways of improving the identification, evaluation and implementation of energy efficiency opportunities on oil and gas projects. Thought provokers on the panel included: Mary Hackett, LNG Marine Fuel Institute; John O'Brien, Deloitte; Francis Norman, NERA; and Ray Wills, Future Smart Strategies. The future of energy was much discussed. Are we moving fast enough to transform the way we provide energy to the world? Thank to Colby Hauser from Upstream Production Services who facilitated the session before opening up to the forum for some very interesting questions.

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