Transforming equipment management in oil and gas with AI-Driven predictive maintenance

Authors

  • Dazok Donald Jambol Independent Researcher, Nigeria
  • Oludayo Olatoye Sofoluwe Terrarium Energy Resources Limited, Nigeria
  • Ayemere Ukato Independent Researcher, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria
  • Obinna Joshua Ochulor SHEVAL Engineering Services Limited - Levene Energy Holdings Limited, Nigeria

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51594/csitrj.v5i5.1117

Abstract

The oil and gas industry faces significant challenges in managing equipment maintenance due to the complexity and criticality of its assets. Traditional maintenance approaches are often reactive and inefficient, leading to costly downtime and safety risks. However, the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) and predictive maintenance technologies offers a transformative solution to these challenges. This paper explores the role of AI-driven predictive maintenance in revolutionizing equipment management in the oil and gas sector. AI-driven predictive maintenance leverages machine learning algorithms to analyze equipment data and predict when maintenance is required before a breakdown occurs. By monitoring equipment performance in real-time, AI can identify potential issues early, allowing operators to take proactive maintenance actions. This approach helps minimize downtime, reduce maintenance costs, and improve overall equipment reliability and safety. The implementation of AI-driven predictive maintenance requires a comprehensive strategy that includes data collection, analysis, and integration with existing maintenance practices. Successful adoption of AI-driven predictive maintenance can lead to significant benefits for oil and gas companies, including increased equipment uptime, extended asset lifespan, and enhanced operational efficiency. This paper reviews the current landscape of equipment management in the oil and gas industry, highlighting the limitations of traditional maintenance practices and the need for a more proactive approach. It then examines the principles and benefits of AI-driven predictive maintenance, showcasing real-world examples of its successful implementation. Finally, the paper discusses the challenges and considerations for implementing AI-driven predictive maintenance and provides recommendations for oil and gas companies looking to transform their equipment management practices.

Keywords: Transforming Equipment; Management; Oil and Gas; AI-Driven; Predictive Maintenance.

Published

2024-05-05

How to Cite

Dazok Donald Jambol, Oludayo Olatoye Sofoluwe, Ayemere Ukato, & Obinna Joshua Ochulor. (2024). Transforming equipment management in oil and gas with AI-Driven predictive maintenance. Computer Science & IT Research Journal, 5(5), 1090-1112. https://doi.org/10.51594/csitrj.v5i5.1117

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