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Asset Integrity
  National Energy owns, operates and maintains multi-user Marine Terminals and Port Facilities located in the Point Lisas Harbour (Savonetta Piers and ISCOTT Dock) and at the Point of Galeota. The Company also owns a fleet of vessels which provide services to the users of port and harbour facilities in Trinidad and Tobago and the Region.

Asset Integrity Management (AIM) is therefore critical to the delivery of the Company’s business objectives - maximizing return on assets while maintaining stakeholder value and minimizing business risks. National Energy’s AIM system and associated activities have been designed to ensure the people, systems, processes and resources which deliver asset integrity, are in place, in use and fit for purpose over the entire lifecycle of all assets.

The Company’s AIM Framework guides our approach to maintaining a strong asset integrity foundation. The Framework and its supporting elements provide a mechanism for alignment to corporate objectives and compliance with recognized standards and relevant legal obligations pertaining to the operation of National Energy’s assets.
     
  Leadership and Governance
  Administrative Management Systems g
  Functional Execution & Performance
  Technical Management System
     
   
    Our AIM Procedure is inter-connected with all related National Energy Health, Safety, Security & Environment (HSSE) Policies and Quality Management Systems and Procedures.
  This includes but is not limited to:
  NGC Group Project Management Policy
  NGC Group Risk Management Policy
  Asset Integrity Management Policy
  Asset Integrity Management Framework
  HSSE and Asset Integrity Risk Register
  Management of Change Procedure
  Document Management Procedure
  Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)
  Repair and Maintenance Program
  Inspection Program
     
    Some AIM Initiatives that have been implemented or are in progress at National Energy include:
  Leadership and Governance: National Energy has implemented a system to share, review and implement technical best practice to assure AIM among its partner companies. This includes AIM awareness programs and training.
  Supply Chain Management; Capital Project Management and Design: The procurement process is being optimized through the use of E-Auctions across the NGC Group.
  PSM and Risk Management: National Energy has approved an MOC procedure and a structural integrity program is in place.
  Technical Asset Integrity Information Management: The Company’s AIM procedure has been finalized and vibration and thermography equipment procured.
  Process and Operations: National Energy ensures International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Compliance of all its ports.
  Functional Execution KPIs: AIM tracking system has been developed and implemented.

 

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Cor. Rivulet and Factory Roads, Brechin Castle, Couva Trinidad & Tobago,

P.O. Box 1127, Port of Spain

(t) 1 868 636 8471 (f) 1 868 636 2905 

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