Asset Management in a Changing Energy Sector

Changing Energy

The energy sector is undergoing rapid change. For those working in the sector, keeping up to date with knowledge in order to help the business build value from effective asset management.

With renewable energy options becoming more the norm, and the brown coal-fired plants of old being disused and repurposed, it is timely to re-establish standards and protocols in systems, operation, and management. Bring in new frameworks to ensure system security and efficient capacity, and coordinate new forecasting to anticipate restraints in service and enhanced intelligence surrounding decision-making tools.

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GFMAM Maintenance Framework Review - Call for EOI for reviewers

call for eoiGFMAM Maintenance Framework Review

Call for Expressions of Interest – Review Team and Convenor – Closes Friday 17th July

The AM Council is seeking expressions of interest from its membership for suitably qualified persons to join an enthusiastic team to review the GFMAM Maintenance Framework Document.  Here is a chance to shape the globally recognized maintenance guidance document.

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New Virtual Strategic Asset Management for Defence Forum - Registrations Open

Virtual AM dEFECE Forum 2020 4

The Asset Management Council is delighted to announce the launch of its Virtual Strategic Asset Management for Defence Forum, taking place on Tuesday 28 July 2020, bringing together industry thought leaders and asset managers committed to improving effective asset management across Australia's defence sector.

It's the ideal opportunity to connect with and hear from expert thought leaders for sharing & learning designed to tackle the challenges of:

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Up, Up and Away!

Up Up And Away

The works on the second runway at Brisbane Airport have not slowed down, not even in the face of the global pandemic caused by COVID-19.

The project is on track and under budget, ready for airplanes to take off and touch down from the 12th July 2020.

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Townsville Ring Road – Infrastructure Australia

Townsville Ring Road

Infrastructure Australia has released its evaluation of the Townsville Ring Road Stage 5 project, with findings stating that completing the Ring Road should be retained as part of a Program Initiative on the Priority List.

The Townsville Ring Road is situated on the Bruce Highway, Queensland's primary north–south corridor, which includes a thirty-six kilometre section of highway passing through Townsville. Road capacity and safety on the Bruce Highway is part of the advisory body’s nationally significant program initiative, but an updated business case ought to be completed before the combined proposal could be added to the list of projects.

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