Rethink Operations Management – Mike Neill

Rethink Operations Management – Mike Neill

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Galveston, UNITED STATES: An oil refinery is pictured 22 September 2005 on Galveston Bay in Texas City, TX. Hurricane Rita threatens a large portion of the US oil and gas operations industry in the Gulf of Mexico and along the Texas coast just weeks after a devastating blow to the sector from Katrina. Oil producers and refiners were attempting to secure their facilities in the face of a storm that threatens about 27.5 percent of the industry, said Red Cavaney, president of the American Petroleum Institute. AFP PHOTO/Robert SULLIVAN (Photo credit should read ROBERT SULLIVAN/AFP/Getty Images)
Author Name: Mike Neill, Petrotechnics

Operational excellence (OE) is becoming the focus for large chemical, petrochemical and refining companies. Most OE initiatives focus on defining and implementing best practices and standardizing these methods across a facility or an enterprise. The output is measured in terms of commercial success, productivity, safety, sustainability and more. In this article, the author tackles serious flaws that often undermine efforts in Operation Management.

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