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Asset Integrity Management

BPPA-PASB Technical
Exchange Meeting
1st June 2011

Objective
Share on PASB Asset Integrity Management
structure, systems and tools

Asset Integrity Management


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SCOPE:
Static Equipment
(vessels, piping, & structure)

1. FFS

DI
PHA
MOC
Deviation
1. Inspection
AIM

Design
Procur
e

Retire

1. Inspection
AIM
1. DI
2. MOC

Replac
e

1. Inspection
AIM

AI
M

1.
2.
Operat
e

Repair

Modify

1. DI
2. MOC

Fabric
ate

Mainta
in

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

PM
MI
RBI
Deferral
FFS
Potential
Threat

SOL
Alarm
Managemen
t

Core Activities
Inspection Plan
Design Integrity
Material selection, design calculation, ITP, welding
qualification, NDT & Testing
Risk Based Inspection
Fitness For Service (Level 1 & 2)

Business Process

Potentia
l Threat

*Reliability Based Mechanical Integrity


** Inspection Online Reporting

Risk
Based
Inspecti
on*

Inspecti
on Plan

Reports
&
analysis
**

Field
Executio
n

Systems
Reliability Based Mechanical Integrity
Pressure vessels
Piping
Pressure Relief Device
Inspection Online Reporting (NextG)
ENGFit Fitness For Service

Audit & Certification


Integrated Plant Operational Capability System
GHSE Tier 3 Assurance
Capstone RBI Assessment (2012)
ISO 29001 (tbc in December 2011)

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Example 101 Essential Elements of Potential Threats

Water Drop Out Points


Process Contamination
Inspection of Inaccessible Locations
Chloride Cracking CUI
Mixed Metallurgy Point
Corrosive Mix Point
Dead Leg Corrosion
PWHT Problems
Ammonium Salts
MOC process change

Example 101 Essential Elements of Potential Threats

Furnace Monitoring and Inspection


PMI
Flare System Inspection out of sight or out of
mind?
Critical Check Valves
Injection Points Inspection
Small Bore Piping Inspection
Hot Spot/Cold Spot
Fatigue Failure
Brittle Failure
Boxing of Flange Leak, etc