PDO completes second phase of its digital transformation strategy with Hexagon

16936673411 90b6072a8b zOman’s oil and gas exploration and production company, Petroleum Development Oman (PDO), has completed phase two of its digital transformation journey with software solutions provider Hexagon

This phase of its asset information improvement project involved the implementation of document management systems with Hexagon’s information management solutions, providing smooth data and document handover to enable seamless workflow-driven submissions and feedback for document and tag completeness.

PDO has used a variety of solutions from Hexagon’s PPM division, SmartPlant Enterprise for Owner Operators (SPO), to enable the company to have a centralised, integrated and intelligent asset information solution, a prerequisite for digital transformation.

Following the successful implementation of phase two, PDO and Hexagon are working together to integrate SPO with PDO’s Plant Maintenance System to improve efficiency during operation and maintenance.

Sameer Sariry, engineering and operation management functional manager PDO, said, “SPO is a strategic solution to drive digitalisation transformation for projects and operations. It is a major milestone in setting up the foundation for our digital roadmap that will support the company’s drive towards zero asset integrity-process safety management incidents and brings about business efficiencies across the information management life cycle.”

Philippe Marceau, the executive vice-president, Hexagon PPM’s EMIA region, added, “Hexagon PPM is proud to support PDO’s vision to contribute to making PDO’s projects and operations more efficient, safer and cost-effective.”

SmartPlant Enterprise for Owner Operators (SPO) provides rapid access to vital information within the engineering design basis via multiple search mechanisms and navigation paths. This reduces the time needed to gather necessary information and ensures all relevant information is readily available to facilitate quicker and better decision-making.

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