Planned outages are notoriously time- and cost-constrained. Planners and schedulers of shutdowns, turnarounds, and outages (STOs) work diligently to squeeze into the extended downtime as many fixes as possible. However, in the quest to prioritize corrective actions, valuable opportunities for modernization may be overlooked. Instead of just fixing things, strive to take outage planning to the next level and realize better outcomes.
In this Plant Services special report, learn why STOs are the ideal time to incorporate new technologies and processes that reduce operational risk, increase efficiency, and are more cost effective in the long run.