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Oman's PDO in Phase 2 of digital transformation with Hexagon

Phase 2 project with Hexagon PPM involves implementation of document management systems to improve workflows

PDO's Rabab Harweel Integrated project [representational].
Twitter/ Oman News Agency
PDO's Rabab Harweel Integrated project [representational].

Omani oil and gas exploration and production company Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) has completed Phase 2 of its digital transformation operation with Stockholm, Sweden-headquartered Hexagon, with the asset information improvement project involving the implementation of document management systems with Hexagon’s platforms.

Hexagon’s document management systems are expected to provide data and document handover that can support workflow-driven submissions and feedback for documentation and tagging.

PDO is already using Hexagon Process, Power, and Marine’s (PPM) Smart Plant Enterprise for Owner Operators (SPO) platform which allows users to have centralised and integrated asset information.

Hexagon’s PPM division is working to integrate SPO with PDO’s plant maintenance system that is expected to improve efficiency during operation and maintenance.

Commenting on the collaboration with Hexagon PPM, PDO’s engineering and operation management functional manager, Sameer Sariry, said: “[The completion of Phase 2] is a major milestone in setting up the foundation for our digital roadmap that will support PDO’s drive towards zero asset integrity-process safety management incidents and bring about business efficiencies across the information management life-cycle.”

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