April 2011 Vol. 238 No. 4

Features

Asset Management Key to Managing Growth of EQT Midstream Operation

To continue to improve service and maintain regulatory compliance, EQT successfully completed an overhaul of its maintenance and work management program involving pipeline assets to gain greater visibility of the work order process. Instituting a regimented approach to classifying assets, data input and standardizing maintenance processes, the company can leverage accumulated data from new EAM tools in place to maximize workflow efficiency. This new system is helping the company absorb growth by collecting and analyzing data to perform preventive maintenance that’s both timely and cost-effective. The boom in domestic natural gas production has led to significant expansion

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