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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 8, August 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Using Of Total Down Time (TDT) Importance Grouping And Risk Priority Number (RPN) For Failures Ranking In Gas Compression Plants

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AUTHOR(S)

Mohamed Hussein M. Faris, Dr. Elamin Elhussein, Dr. Hassan Osman

 

KEYWORDS

Total Down Time Importance, Gas Compression Plants, Modern Maintenance, Maintenance Management and Engineering, Risk Priority Number, Reliability Centered Maintenance

 

ABSTRACT

The gas compression plant is an essential and major unit in oil and gas industries that have high gas oil ratio or high gas production. Compressed gas is needed as fuel, support processing mechanism, increase reservoir build up pressure by gas injection as well as a useful product. Gas plants are critical and dangerous working location and it is classified as a critical zone due to circumstance parameters like high pressure, high temperature, gas specifications and the potential to impact to human health, safety, environment and possibility to impact invested revenues in case of incidents. Therefore, all recorded compression plant operational failures shall be assessed and reviewed in order to decrease the unit down time and increase plant safety and efficiency. In general, Limited studies were conducted in gas plant maintenance management. This paper studied a working gas compression unit in an operating oil and gas field and it presents a model of failures raking and sorting in gas plants based on total down time importance and risk priority number to demonstrate the area of failures which need attention of the owner and the site working team.

 

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