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Owner/Operator Case Studies: 1998-01

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  1. Case Study 1998-01
  2. Project Description
  3. Owner Requirements
  4. Business Case
  5. Scope
  6. Project Description
  7. Developing the Information Asset
  8. Significance of this Project to ISO 15926
  9. Project Execution
    1. Resources
    2. Training Required
    3. Step One
    4. Step Two

Case Study 1998-01

Project Description

  • Detail engineering started 1998.
  • ...

Owner Requirements

  • A means of organizing the data from many different contractors and suppliers.
  • Building relationships between the data across supplier boundaries to make it easier to find.

Business Case

  • Easier access to plant data.
  • Personnel could access plant information through a single web portal from their desktops.
  • Navigate visually through P&ID models.
  • Engineering data integrated with other information.


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Project Description

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Developing the Information Asset

The physical plant project was already well under way when the owner decided to organize the plant information. The "Information Project" became one of developing an information portal. The underlaying data model was more-or-less the same as for the Oman LNG project. The main difference was the user interface, an ordinary web browser.

The ISO 15926 Part 2 data model was extended to include things like the Work Breakdown Structure, and relative priorities. Most of the data modeling was simply fitting it into the organization:

  • Structures and hierarchies of equipment
  • Types and uses of data
  • Different business processes

Significance of this Project to ISO 15926

  • This was the second chance to try out the standardization of the Gellish templates.
  • First draft of Usage Patterns, which later were called Templates.

Project Execution


  • People
    • one
    • two
    • three
    • ...
  • Hardware
    • ?
  • Databases
    • ?

Training Required

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Step One

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Step Two

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