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How Repsol Sinopec use Visavi to optimize resource planning and usage

By Visavi


As a major E&P company in the North Sea, Aberdeen-based Repsol Sinopec UK has large and complex operations along the British coastline. With that comes many challenges that are similar across industries.

When it comes to planning and execution of operations and maintenance, there is always something unforeseen that happens. One must be able to adapt quickly.

Repsol Sinopec engaged Visavi to improve equipment reliability and operational efficiency. After a successful implementation of Visavi on one of Repsol Sinopec UK’s assets, Claymore outside of Aberdeen, the company decided to implement Visavi across their entire portfolio.

In this webinar you will find out what challenges and opportunities Respol Sinopec UK sought out and how using Visavi has improved their operations.


Meet the speakers

Andrew Birkenshaw

Head of Operations Services
Repsol Sinopec UK

Andrew Birkenshaw works as Head of Operations Services and has extensive experience in the O&G-industry. Starting out as a C&I technician, he’s worked in a variety of roles across Projects, Operations, and Maintenance. Since 2012, he’s held positions such as Maintenance Manager, with responsibility for maintenance across 12 sites, Asset Operations Manager and Field Manager. Today, he is responsible for Flight and Marine Logistics, Integrated Planning/Scheduling and Work Execution, Shutdowns and Campaign Work Management.

Colin McHardy

Integrated Planning Manager
Repsol Sinopec UK

Colin McHardy has worked in O&G for more than 17 years, primarily within Project Controls. He worked with Aker Solutions in Subsea Planning roles, and across different roles in Amec, before he joined RepsolSinopec in 2017. Today, he works as Integrated Planning Manager with responsibility for overseeing the short, medium and long term planning across 8 operating assets, as well as being the process owner for Work Execution.

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