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AR project teams visited with Transocean people on and offshore Houston, Aberdeen, Stavanger, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Mumbai, Cairo and Paris to benchmark current maintenance and operating practices.
Project teams are analyzing feedback gathered from Transocean people worldwide to support the first phase of the company’s Asset Reliability initiative, which is an effort to make better-informed asset management decisions that will optimize performance and modernize maintenance practices. Led by Doug Cooper, Manager, Maintenance Strategy, and working with Lloyds Register, the project team will report their findings from eight site visits, eight rig visits and a multitude of telephone interviews to executive management in April.
“Our visits with many employees working on and offshore gave us good insight into our people’s perceptions of how asset and performance management are presently working,” said Bill Ambrose, Director, Maintenance and Technical Support. “This feedback will play an important role in effectively introducing any subsequent phases of the Asset Reliability project, and we thank everyone who supported our visits.”
> For more information about Asset Reliability, call Doug Cooper at +1 713-232-7074 or e-mail email@example.com.
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