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SIP LOGBOOK REPORT

LOG BOOK WEEK NO: 1-2

WEEK NO DATE BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DAILY ACTIVITIES

Working on coding using VBA EXCEL


15/1/2017
16/1/2017 Unpaid Leave
17/1/2017 Unpaid Leave
18/1/2017 Unpaid Leave
19/1/2017 Unpaid Leave

22/1/2017 Unpaid Leave


23/1/2017 Unpaid Leave
24/1/2017
Unpaid Leave
25/1/2017
26/1/2017 Unpaid Leave
Unpaid Leave

Logbook Weekly Evaluation by HOST COMPANY SUPERVISOR


Instruction to Host Company Supervisor
Please refer to the students detailed report for that particular week before assessing his/her performance.
Please mark in the appropriate box based on the following score : [5] Excellent [4] Good [3] Average [2] Below Average [1] Unsatisfactory

Students Score 5 4 3 2 1

Completes required work, Completes required Completes required Partially Incomplete work
Initiative identifies and pursues work, but requires work as requested. completed work
opportunities to expand minimum supervision to as requested
knowledge, skills, and pursues opportunities to
abilities. expand knowledge,
skills, and abilities
Very independent and Independent and Independent in Fairly Too dependent on
Independence pursues substantial, pursues substantial, pursuing knowledge independent in others
additional knowledge additional knowledge pursuing
knowledge

Always reviews prior Moderately review Occasionally review Minimum review No review of
learning (past experiences prior learning ( past prior learning ( past prior learning prior learning
Reflection inside and outside of the experiences inside and experiences inside and
work environment) and outside of the work outside of the work
indicating broader environment) environment)
perspective.

Explores a topic yielding a Explores a topic in Explores a topic Minimum No curiosity


Curiosity rich awareness. depth superficially curiosity

Score: / 20
Comments:

Host Company Supervisors Signature & stamp:

Name & Designation:


DETAIL REPORT WEEK NO: 1

Objective(s) of the activities :


Working on coding using VBA EXCEL

Contents :

15/1/2017 (Sunday)

1. Working on coding using VBA EXCEL


VBA stands for Visual Basic for Applications an event-driven programming language from
Microsoft that is now predominantly used with Microsoft office applications such as
MSExcel, MS-Word, and MS-Access.
Objective : To extract data from Daily Operation Report on the Out Of Service Equipment
for the past 3 years on these fields : Tangga Barat Cluster, Resak and Duyong
Its the first step of Life Data Analysis, by identifying the most recurrence problem on the
certain type of equipment.
Flow of the coding task :

Get file > Scan through specific column and row > Identify row that has OOS word > Copy and
paste the row in order

To came out with this coding, the principle of LOOP and How To Get Data From Other
Workbook should be understand well.

LOOP
A loop statement allows us to execute a statement or group of statements multiple times.
Following is the general form of a loop statement in VBA
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Unpaid Leave - 16/1/2017

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Unpaid Leave - 17/1/2017


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Unpaid Leave - 18/1/2017


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Unpaid Leave - 22/1/2017


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Unpaid Leave - 23/1/2017


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Unpaid Leave - 24/1/2017


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Unpaid Leave - 25/1/2017


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Unpaid Leave - 26/1/2017


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LOG BOOK WEEK NO: 3-4

WEEK NO DATE BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DAILY ACTIVITIES

CNY
29/1/2017 CNY
30/1/2017 Extract data from FLM Submission from each field into Masterlist
31/1/2017 Acoustic Emission test on MOV at Onshore Sludge Catcher
1/2/2017 Upload FLM photo into PMOnet
2/2/2017

5/2/2017 Prepare knowledge on Weilbull Analysis (SIP Project)


6/2/2017 Learn on Maintenance Support Performance Analysis
7/2/2017 Conduct HSE Sharing and Debrief meeting
8/2/2017 SLLL Maintenance Plan discussion
9/2/2017 Assigned to construct PFD Dulang system

Logbook Weekly Evaluation by HOST COMPANY SUPERVISOR


Instruction to Host Company Supervisor
Please refer to the students detailed report for that particular week before assessing his/her performance.
Please mark in the appropriate box based on the following score : [5] Excellent [4] Good [3] Average [2] Below Average [1] Unsatisfactory

Students Score 5 4 3 2 1

Completes required work, Completes required Completes required Partially Incomplete work
Initiative identifies and pursues work, but requires work as requested. completed work
opportunities to expand minimum supervision to as requested
knowledge, skills, and pursues opportunities to
abilities. expand knowledge,
skills, and abilities
Very independent and Independent and Independent in Fairly Too dependent on
Independence pursues substantial, pursues substantial, pursuing knowledge independent in others
additional knowledge additional knowledge pursuing
knowledge

Always reviews prior Moderately review Occasionally review Minimum review No review of
learning (past experiences prior learning ( past prior learning ( past prior learning prior learning
Reflection inside and outside of the experiences inside and experiences inside and
work environment) and outside of the work outside of the work
indicating broader environment) environment)
perspective.

Explores a topic yielding a Explores a topic in Explores a topic Minimum No curiosity


Curiosity rich awareness. depth superficially curiosity

Score: / 20
Comments:

Host Company Supervisors Signature & stamp:


DETAIL REPORT WEEK NO: 3

Objective(s) of the activities :

Extract data from FLM Submission from each field into Masterlist
Contents :

31/1/17 (Tuesday)

1. Extract data from FLM Submission from each field into Masterlist
Through PETRONAS Sharing Folder, data on FLM can be synchronized between FLM
Secretariat
Every end of the month, each focal from each field will submit the task been done through
FLM initiative
FLM Secretariat will be responsible to compile all those activities, screening through FLM
Task List , Identify MOS , Calculate FLM Cost Saving and Upload FLM photo into PMOnet
As one of FLM Sectarian, Im responsible to compile all the task and upload all the FLM
photo from every location into FLM Website

2. Working on coding using VBA EXCEL


Continue the last effort from previous week , strengthening the understanding on the
principle of VBA in Excel by going through every tutorial in internet.
Came out with proper flow of command and the structure of the program
Flow of command:
Get file > Scan through specific data and row > Copy and paste OOS data > Arrange
according date and time
Progress : Go through all VBA tutorials that may related
Challenges: Since using IOS Excel which are bit different from Window Excel . The coding
might bit a bit difference. Plus the most tutorials in the Internet were covered in Window
Excel.
Results: Get familiar with the variables . It ease the categorization of data type. Every
input need to be declare it variables. Still working on the Get Data part, where we need to
import the data from other workbooks in to the main workbook.
DETAIL REPORT WEEK NO: 3

Objective(s) of the activities :

Acoustic Emission test on MOV at Onshore Sludge Catcher


Contents :

1/2/2017 (Wednesday)

1. Acoustic Emission test on MOV at Onshore Sludge Catcher


A bit overview on acoustic emission. AE is the short rapid, release of energy in the form of
a transient elastic wave. The Acoustic Emission source is created by a defect (crack) or
discontinuity (e.g. high tension wire break) that becomes active due to changes in
operating loads, overloading conditions or degradation of the material in (e.g. stress
corrosion cracking, corrosion fatigue & hydrogen embrittlement).

The Acoustic Emission waveform has several parameters that can be used for
characterization of the source defect or discontinuity.
On that day, the CBM teams were asked to carry out AE on MOV (Motorized Valve)
102,103,202,205 and additional 304,305. Before start any work in terminal-area,
Production Superintendence and Technical Superintendence should sign completed PTW.
Our work delayed due to certain problem on PTW. At 11.00 am we start bring the AE
equipment into the terminal area. We assisted by several PETRONAS Technician under
production team. Each and every action that involves the plant process needs to be tally
with the operation team task force at Centralized Control Room.
To test the pass rate of a valve, the valve should be 100% completely close. The pressure
difference between one to another side of the valve should be at least 1 Bar. Pressure
difference on both side will force the gas/liquid particle in the pipeline to struck on the
vertical wall of the closed valve. If there any leakage the other end (low pressure region)
should increase by time. The small leakage might present but it cant be detected by our
sixth sense. The AE equipment detects the high frequency of the sound created by the
pressure difference in db. From that data , using specific engineering equation the mass
flow rate (rate valve passing) can be calculated. We managed to do AE on 4 out of 6
valves at the end of the days. They decide to continue the work by tomorrow morning.
DETAIL REPORT WEEK NO: 3

Objective(s) of the activities :

Upload FLM photo into PMOnet


Contents :
2/2/17 (Thursday)

1. Acoustic Emission test on MOV at Onshore Sludge Catcher


Another PTW need to rise in order to complete the task.
Today we will carry out AE test on MOV 304 and 303. These valves were attached on 34-
inch pipeline. Usually for these large diameter valve the pressure set on the receiver are
at 8.5 Kpa, which are quite high even for gas to flow.
The task been delayed for several minute, as we cant find the PIC from production
department on that day. Adding to the problem, the motor installed for both valve were
totally out. Hence we need to close the valve manually.
Challenges: We need to pressurized another end of the valve to create pressure different
a least one bar. Relief valve were opened to guide the flow of the gas into the basement
tank. Once the pressure drop to 0Kpa, they start to take the reading from the AE
equipment.
At 12 we managed to complete the task and went back to office after lunch.

2. Upload FLM photo into PMOnet


- Received photos of FLM task from every location
- Compiled using existing template before uploading them

Location
Date execution

Task

- Updated PMA FLM cost saving graph for January 2017

DETAIL REPORT WEEK NO: 4

Objective(s) of the activities :


Prepare knowledge on Weilbull Analysis (SIP Project)
Contents :
5/2/17 (Sunday)
1. Prepare knowledge on Weilbull Analysis (SIP Project)

- Three Weibull parameters - beta (shape parameter), eta (life) and gamma (start
location).

- < 1 implies infant mortality. Electronic and mechanical components often have high
failure rates initially. Some components are purposely burnt in prior to use, while others
require careful commissioning after installation. The presence of infant mortality indicates
poor training, lack of procedures and poor quality control.
- = 1 implies random failures. These failures are independent of time where an old part is
as good as a new part. Maintenance overhauls are not appropriate for random failures.
Condition monitoring and inspection are strategies used to detect the onset of failure, and
reduce the consequences of failure. This zone is affected by random incidents and
accidents. It reflects poor operating procedures, poor risk management and poor
materials selection at design.
- 1< <4 implies early wear out. You would not expect this type of failure within the
design life. Failure mechanisms such as corrosion, erosion, low cycle fatigue and bearing
failures fall in this range. Maintenance often involves a periodic rework or life extension
task. The shape can be altered by better materials selection, by degradation management
and by good control of operating practices.
- > 4 are wear-out or end of life failures. They should not appear in the design life. Age
related failures include stress corrosion cracking, creep, high cycle fatigue, and erosion.
Appropriate maintenance is often renewal of the item with new
DETAIL REPORT WEEK NO: 4

Objective(s) of the activities :

Learn on Maintenance Support Performance Analysis


Contents :
6/2/17 (Sunday)

1. Learn on Maintenance Support Performance Analysis


- Maintenance define as combination of all technical and administrative actions, including
supervision actions, intended to retain an item in, or restore it to a state in which it can
perform a required function.
- Position in an organization specified levels of maintenance are to be carried out on an
item
- Interrelationship between the maintenance echelons, the indenture levels and the levels
of maintenance to be applied for the maintenance of an item
- Resources required to maintain an item under a given maintenance concept and guided
by a maintenance policy. Resources include human resources, support equipment,
materials and spare parts, maintenance facilities, documentation, information and
maintenance information system.
- Maintenance Key Performance Indicator are used to measure any quantitative aspect or
characteristic of an indenture level and for homogenous comparison. When the actual or
expected performance is not satisfactory it encourages the management to define
objectives and strategies to improve from an economic, technical or organizational point
of view using this system of indicators which allows the organization to :
Measure the status
Evaluate the performance
Compare performance
Identify strengths and weaknesses
Set objectives
Plan strategies and actions
Share the results in order to inform and motivate people
Control progress and changes over time
DETAIL REPORT WEEK NO: 4

Objective(s) of the activities :

Conduct HSE Sharing and Debrief meeting


Contents :
7/2/17 (Tuesday)

1. Conduct HSE Sharing and Debrief meeting


- Daily HSE Morning Meeting. Respective Departments to conduct a 30 minutes HSE
Morning Meeting. The following are the AGENDA to be followed: A) PCB Moment
(Recommended to have a schedule for PCB Sharing by each staff to encourage all staff to
practice PCB). It is also recommended to practice more of Focused Story Telling and Tell
Me as much as we do a lot of Focus Recognition. B) HSE Sharing/Topic e.g. HSEMS, MCF,
Zeto Rules etc.
- Daily Debriefing Meeting. Respective Departments to conduct a 30 minutes Debriefing
Meeting before end of office time. This session can be used as a platform for staff to
share, discuss and exchange information on their daily jobs and leads to process
improvement.
- On that morning I share HSE Alert on Slip While Moving a Staircase. In January 2017 , a
group of 7 operation personnel assembled to perform closure of a by pass valve. A
portable staircase was required to access the valve. The staircase was pushed along the
gravel toward the by pass valve are and got stuck, causing an operator to fall toward the
staircase. The injured person suffered an injury to his right hand . Injured person brought
to a medical facility for further treatment.
- Recommendations action been raised based on the incident :
Consider to install permanent platform for items frequently operated ot attended
by operator
Identify hazard and assess risk before executing work
Before performing difficult task , the correct method need to be identified
Wear proper PPE for hand protection
Organize and coordinate teams working at sites
DETAIL REPORT WEEK NO: 4

Objective(s) of the activities :

SLLL Maintenance Plan discussion


Contents :

8/2/17 (Wednesday)

1. SLLL Maintenance Plan discussion


110 registered under SAP

SCE (67) Non-SCE (43) ECA Preventive


C1 Maintenance
C2
C3
C3
Performance Preventive
standard Maintenance
Objective: To separate between condensate and water
Water exist in the pipeline from the offshore platform

OFFSHORE JDS
PLATFORM

RDS

Condensate to
HPL with x%
allowable rate Separate Solid -
Liquid

Separate liquid -
liquid
Separate liquid -
liquid

Sump 1 Sump 2

Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)

Failure
- Contradict to the
Function of function of the asset
the asset - Possible/assumptions Cause of failure
Notes:
There will be
primary and
secondary case

DETAIL REPORT WEEK NO: 4


Objective(s) of the activities :

Assigned to construct PFD Dulang system


Contents :

9/2/17 (Thursday)

1. Assigned to construct PFD Dulang system using Microsoft Visio


- Dulang B is the Central Processing Plant where all the process take place on the platform.
- Dulang B has several system which are :
Gas Compressor Module
Fuel Gas System
Flare System
Separation Process
Compressed Gas Capacity Enchancement
Water Handling System
Water Injection Module
Instrument and Utilities Air Receiver
TG and WHRU

- To construct Process Flow Diagram , I need to refer the process flow through PNID
diagram. From there I learn much on how to translate most of the data from PNID
LOG BOOK WEEK NO: 5-6

WEEK NO DATE BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DAILY ACTIVITIES

Learn Dulang process from Ming, Process Engineer (PTS 22)


Attached to Onshore Gas Terminal
Learn on the process in Sequential Batch Reactor (SBR)
12/2/2017
Optimization Sequential Batch Reactor
13/2/2017 Set up lab at IETS
14/2/2017
15/2/2017 Learn the application and concept of VBA macros in Excel
16/2/2017 Receive task from En Eddy

19/2/2017 Medical leave


20/2/2017
21/2/2017
22/2/2017
23/2/2017

Logbook Weekly Evaluation by HOST COMPANY SUPERVISOR


Instruction to Host Company Supervisor
Please refer to the students detailed report for that particular week before assessing his/her performance.
Please mark in the appropriate box based on the following score : [5] Excellent [4] Good [3] Average [2] Below Average [1] Unsatisfactory

Students Score 5 4 3 2 1

Completes required work, Completes required Completes required Partially Incomplete work
Initiative identifies and pursues work, but requires work as requested. completed work
opportunities to expand minimum supervision to as requested
knowledge, skills, and pursues opportunities to
abilities. expand knowledge,
skills, and abilities
Very independent and Independent and Independent in Fairly Too dependent on
Independence pursues substantial, pursues substantial, pursuing knowledge independent in others
additional knowledge additional knowledge pursuing
knowledge

Always reviews prior Moderately review Occasionally review Minimum review No review of
learning (past experiences prior learning ( past prior learning ( past prior learning prior learning
Reflection inside and outside of the experiences inside and experiences inside and
work environment) and outside of the work outside of the work
indicating broader environment) environment)
perspective.

Explores a topic yielding a Explores a topic in Explores a topic Minimum No curiosity


Curiosity rich awareness. depth superficially curiosity

Score: / 20
Comments:

Host Company Supervisors Signature & stamp:


Name & Designation:
Date:
(make copies if necessary)
DETAIL REPORT WEEK NO: 5

Objective(s) of the activities :


Learn Dulang process from Ming, Process Engineer (PTS 22)

Contents :

12/2/17 (Sunday)

1. Learn Dulang process from Ming, Process Engineer (PTS 22)

- Through separation process, product from the well were separated into condensate, water
and gas
- Separation process consist of two stage process where the feed we passing through 3
phase separator before going through 2 phase separator.
- Final separation of condensate is then pump through metering skid before completely
transfer into FSO.
- Gas from the 3-phase separation will be pass to Gas Compressor Module (GCM) and
Compressed Gas Capacity Enhancement (CGCE).
- GCM will accept high-pressure gas and CGCE accept high-pressure gas. Both systems
were design to operate at optimum temperature and pressure.
- Product from both systems will be used as gas lift and other will be pass to flare system.
- Water from the separation will undergo further treatment through Water Handling
System.
- Dulang platform also use water injection where the sea water where treated through
Water Injection Module (WIM) before projected into the well
- Waste heat energy from the turbine and other equipment were recycled back through TG
and WHRU system.
- Those heat energy also been used in hot oil circulation system
DETAIL REPORT WEEK NO: 5

Objective(s) of the activities :


Attached to Onshore Gas Terminal
Contents :

13/2/17 (Monday)
1. Attached to Onshore Gas Terminal
- Under supervision Faris Shah (Operation Engineer), I learn on the Industrial Effluent
Treatment System

- Consists there stage which are : primary treatment , secondary treatment and tertiary
treatment . Additional solid handling system for sludge discharge from Sequential Batch
Reactor.
- Feeds enter primary treatment, passing through Homogenization process in EQ tank.
- Then pumped into PH adjustment Tank to control PH and produce mercury sulphide as
precipitate
- In Mercury coagulation tank, heavy metal (Mg 2+,Fe2+,Mn2+, Zn2+,) and Boron were remove
due to precipitation reaction.
- Then in Flocculation tank, Cationic type (polymer) added to agglomerate the microfloc to
bigger floc
- Next it passed to Dissolved Air Floatation Unit, a liquid-solid separation unit by introducing
fine dissolve air bubbles to float the particle to the liquid surface.
- Cyanide Reaction and Neutralization occur in Chemical tank
- Moving to next stage (Secondary Treatment) in Sequential Batch Reactor where biological
process takes place. Bacteria with sufficient nutrient to consume microorganism in the
activated sludge.
- Tertiary treatment is where excess suspended solids will be filtered through a sand filter
and excess COD and other soluble pollutants will be retained in the carbon filter , allowing
only clear and clean water to pass through the filters.

DETAIL REPORT WEEK NO: 5


Objective(s) of the activities :
Learn on the process in Sequential Batch Reactor (SBR)

Contents :
14/2/17 (Tuesday)
1. Learn on the process in Sequential Batch Reactor (SBR)
- It a fill and draw system

- SBR system consist of 5 process phases:


I. Fill (Aerate)
At the beginning od the process cycle , the reactor is at the minimum liquid level
abd the influent flow and fill the reactor.The volume to be filled is usually between
20 -30 %of the total volume of reactor. Depending on the operating mode
selected, oxygen can be supplied during the fill period at the beginning of the
react time.
In Feast period , microorganism have been contacted with the substrate and large
amount o2 provided.
II. React
Period aeration continue until complete biodegradiation of BOD and nitrogen is
achieved. Famine stage start where microorganism will die because of lack of food
III. Settle
DO concentration reached , the aerator shut off and the setline period begin. No
internal movement or liquid flow.
IV. Decant
Discharge valve opens and the effluent withdral mechanism collect the supertant
clarified effluent
V. Idle
Reactor will not use again until influent is again fed into the tank and cycle is
repeated
DETAIL REPORT WEEK NO: 5

Objective(s) of the activities :


Optimization Sequential Batch Reactor

Contents :

15/2/17 (Wednesday)
1. Optimization Sequential Batch Reactor
- The amount of feed for SBR varies for each cycle, but the amount of bacteria used
constant (1kg/cycle)
- Faris ask me to came out with a proper equation that relate on the amount of feed with
the amount of the bacteria used.
- Information gathered:

Food/micro: 0.2 / day


No tanks: 2
MLVSS maintained: 3500 mg/L
Cycle duration: 24 hours
Cycle per day: 2
Filling time/ cycle: 5 hours
Filling volume per cycle: 30 m3
Total aeration / cycle 15 hours
Bold eff: 1760

- Food/ micro ratio measure the proper number of the microorganism relatives to the food
available, which must be, maintained ay acceptable range.

F
85 MLVSS
Q= M
F
BOD MLVSS
M

- Certain variable were constant to make sure it achieve optimum process and reaction
Q = 30 m3
BOD = 0.3*COD
Aeration basin volume = 115 m3

- Solid inventory give the number of microorganism in aeration tank


=
1000
DETAIL REPORT WEEK NO: 5

Objective(s) of the activities:


Set up lab at IETS

Contents:
16/2/17 (Thursday)

1. Set up lab at IETS


- Sample from effluent from each tank were send to SGS company at PAKA for further
studies
- Rather than spend money on the task that we can delivery by our own, IETS tech and
engineer want to set up their own lab at IETS itself
- With aid from Kak Aqilah (Chemist) from Production dept , we managed to gather around
list of apparatus needed to carry out any test for waste water treatment
- Some of the test and analysis:

Typical Jar Test apparatus, normally provided with a single speed control and indicator, and each
stirrer can be either disengaged or placed at different heights
DETAIL REPORT WEEK NO: 6

Objective(s) of the activities :


Learn the application and concept of VBA macros in Excel
Contents :
19/2/17 (Sunday)

1. Learn the application and concept of VBA macros in Excel

Farah/Aiman,

In order to be more effective in performing analysis and working with data extraction and
validation, it would be very useful to learn how to read and write VBA scripts in Excel. This is
a very valuable skill that will put you far ahead of your colleagues in terms of work
efficiency.

Your task for this week would be to teach yourselves this skill. Ive attached a tutorial PDF
for Excel VBA that will be your main reference. Complete chapters 1 to 7 for today.

Work together and ask me if you get stuck anywhere.

Regards,
M Khairul Syahir A Hakim
Executive, Condition Based Monitoring
Reliability Management, Engineering
Technical Services Department

- We been ask to go through all the 7 chapter of Macros for Beginners


- Chapter One more on the introduction to VBA , there are some important notes in that
chapter :
Writing Excel VBA code is almost exactly the same as writing code in Visual Basic, which
means you have to use syntaxes similar to Visual Basic. However, there are codes
specially designed for use in MS Excel, such as the use of the object or function called
Range.

- Chapter 2 more emphasizes on the concept of variables , use of Option Explicit, Assigning
Values to the Variables, Arithmetic Operations
- Chapter 3 will expose on the Using Message box and Input box. The input box allows the
user to enter the data while the message box displays output to the user.

DETAIL REPORT WEEK NO: 6

Objective(s) of the activities :


Receive task from En Eddy

Contents :
20/2/17 (Monday)

1. Receive task from En Eddy

- Assist him in his effort to came out with a proper excel template to calculate the
MTBF(Mean Time Before Failure) , MTTR(Mean Time To Repair) and availability of each
equipment
- In order to do that , he passes to me the list all equipment in Dulang Platform , from
there I need to extract each running hours for each equipment
- There will be 4 type of equipment status:
a) OOS (Out Of Service) - equipment under major criticality that has been
decommissioned from the flow of process
b) Standby - under monitoring, it been put under standby mode in order to be
maintain it performance
c) PPM (Maintenance) - under maintenance due to some problem occur or follow
maintenance plan
d) Running - Equipment in healthy mode and run normally
- All these info can be gather in DOR (Daily Operation Report)
- I need to contact the asset focal for Dulang platform to request the DOR for 1 years
period
- Challenges: 1 years time period has been selected. I need to go through all 365 DOR doc
in order to extract the complete data. Template of the DOR itself makes the task become
difficult. Only compressor and pump equipment been mentioned in the DOR and not the
tag ID of the equipment been not mentioned it specific location. The DOR file itself in
Microsoft Word . If its in Excel , the VBA macros features may come handy.

DETAIL REPORT WEEK NO: 6


Objective(s) of the activities :
Learn the application and concept of VBA macros in Excel

Contents :
21/2/17 (Tuesday)

1. Learn the application and concept of VBA macros in Excel


- Continue to chapter 4 , in this chapter I been thought on how to control/manipulate the
flow of the process
- One of ways through conditional operator. Conditional operators are very powerful tools
which let the VBA program compare data values and then decide what action to take.

- In addition to conditional operators, there are a few logical operators that offer added
power to the VBA programs.

- In chapter 5, looping be thought using two kinds of loops in VB, the For.......Next loop and
the Do...Loop
DETAIL REPORT WEEK NO: 6

Objective(s) of the activities :

Contents :
22/2/17 (Wednesday)
1.
DETAIL REPORT WEEK NO: 6

Objective(s) of the activities :


Medical leave
Contents :

23/2/17 (Thursday)