In the life cycle of any asset during earlier days the majority of the focus was on frequently occurring incidents whose impact may be less, but the thought process has changed keeping in mind the recent incidents in the industry. The focus has now shifted to less frequently happening incidents whose impact will be substantial some times devastating.

The aim of this Asset Integrity at KG D6 is to develop the Hazards and Effects Management Process (HEMP), which identifies and assesses HSE hazards and potential risk, implements control and recovery measures, and maintains a documented demonstration that HSE risks have been reduced to a level that is As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP).

In order to achieve ALARP level we identified to carry out many activities, with the help of number of systems, for which we are taking support of number of softwares, all of which are explained in coming pages.

Implementing the elements of Asset Integrity Management (AIM) has considerably increased the reliability decreasing the recordable incident rates. This has lead to "Thousad plus days" of uninterrupted gas supply without an incident.

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