SURVEY POINTS TO PRACTICES THAT REDUCE REFINERY MAINTENANCE SPENDING

07/04/1994
Richard RickettsSolomon Associates Inc.Dallas During the past decade, Solomon Associates Inc., Dallas, has conducted several comparative analyses of maintenance costs in the refining industry. These investigations have brought to light maintenance practices and reliability improvement activities that are responsible for the wide range of maintenance costs recorded by refineries. Some of the practices are of an organizational nature and thus are of interest to managers reviewing their operations. MAINTENANCE COSTS Solomon Associates' analyses have revealed a wide range of maintenance costs for refineries, whereas...
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