The Oreda (offshore and onshore reliability database) was initiated in 1981 by the Norwegian regulator the Petroleum Safety Authority (formerly NPD, the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate). Since then, data from more than 292 installations, 18,000 equipment units with over 41,000 failure and 77,000 maintenance records has been collected and analysed. The databank also includes 55,000 subsea components with close to 3,000 failures and 1,000 maintenance records. The OREDA handbook is said to be the leading source of reliability data for the global oil and gas industry.
Now the Oreda membership is to make the dataset more accessible and interactive via DNV GL’s Veracity data platform. French IT service provider Satodev has developed a front end to the data, the ‘Oreda@Cloud’ that lets members and external users filter and analyze the reliability database. This new solution will be distributed through the Veracity market place. Purchase Oreda@Cloud on the Veracity web store. More from Oreda and LinkedIn.
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