1S4: Case Study: Integrated Asset Health Monitoring Implementation

Dodyk Prasetyo, Harbour Energy Andrew Liddle, DMSI


Issues: Various disparate asset condition monitoring technology is being used at multiple locations. From simple visual condition check to vibration monitoring, thermography, and lubrication monitoring. Plus, a multitude of online process indicators at various systems; we routinely receive tons of data to be analyzed and to be acted upon should there be an abnormality

With crew size constrained in number due to limited POB capacity at our offshore locations, maintaining these inspection schedules and tracking the captured information, let alone managing the exception follow-ups proved quite the challenge. Lapsed inspection schedules, lost data, and/or missed alarms or alerts were very common. As such, it was clear that we need an excellent system to manage our asset condition and performance effectively.

Following an extensive system selection, we chose MAINTelligence as the solution to our problem, and thus we have embarked on a journey to implement this into our maintenance organization’s business process.

We will share our implementation journey on how we use the system to ensure the realization of benefits.

Bio - Dodyk Prasetyo

Dodyk Prasetyo Widodo is a highly experienced professional with over 25 years of expertise in the oil and gas industry and high-rise building maintenance. He holds a Magister Management degree in Operation and Production, a BSc in Mechanical Engineering with a specialization in Energy Conversion, and a Diploma III in Mechanical Engineering with a specialization in Maintenance & Repair.

Dodyk has worked for major companies, such as ConocoPhillips, Premier Oil, and Harbour Energy Indonesia, and has held various positions, including Maintenance Supervisor, Maintenance System Team Lead, and Head of Dynamic Maintenance. He currently serves as a Reliability & Maintenance Excellent Manager, where he oversees maintenance and reliability systems and performance. His extensive experience in maintenance and engineering makes him a valuable asset to any organization seeking to improve equipment performance and efficiency.

Bio - Andrew Liddle

Andrew Liddle is the Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Design Maintenance Systems Inc., a position he has held since 2017. He drives sales growth, builds and manages client relationships, and develops marketing strategies. Andrew has over 20 years of experience in the maintenance and reliability industry, having worked in various positions such as Chief Engineer, Technical Support Analyst, and multiple roles in Business Development.

Andrew is pursuing an Executive MBA from the Sandermoen School of Business at the University of Fredericton, demonstrating his commitment to continuous learning and professional development. Andrew is a driven sales and marketing professional passionate about technology and innovation. He is known for his strategic thinking, leadership, and ability to build and maintain strong relationships with clients and team members.