Project Commissioning Definition
Project commissioning is the process of assuring that all systems and components of the oil and gas facility are designed, installed, tested, operated, and maintained according to the operational requirements of the client. We believe it is essential for the client to drive the completions and commissioning process instead of revisiting the process under different EPCM systems. This ensures the system is optimally set up to deliver the desired operational outcomes of the project.
What is CORS Commissioning Software and How Can it Helps Your Business
CORS is a client-focused system ensuring all the construction and commissioning steps are completed and documented, ensuring the transition to operations at or above design capacity. Many of our clients continue to use CORS to manage and track scheduled maintenance of their facilities long after operational startup.
CORS has been developed by GRS (suggest: linked to GRS’ site) and was conceived from the client’s requirements to achieve sustainable plant operation at or exceeding design capacity. It drives the closeout of construction and commissioning via the generation of the necessary hand over packages, energization notices and transfer of care custody and control certificates. This is essential in supporting a smooth transition and documented handover of the facility into operations.
CORS also manages the operational readiness requirements to facilitate effective, timely transfer of the plant to operations. CORS provides fast, informative, real-time reporting of the actual status of commissioning and operational readiness, essential during the pre-operational phase, allowing easy identification of areas requiring corrective actions.
A multi-user commissioning platform, CORS has a friendly, intuitive graphic user interface enabling the commissioning of complex process plants, minimizing commissioning and operational risk.