BHGE was asked by NLNG to develop a solution to enhance the performance of LNG trains at its gas liquefaction plant in Bonny Island, Nigeria.
APM is a GE enterprise software solution that leverages sensors, connectivity, data and analytics to improve the reliability and availability of our customers’ assets, minimizing total cost of ownership, and enables intelligent asset strategies to help optimize performance to make operations safer by helping to predict and prevent failures, thereby mitigating risk and increasing overall efficiency. Within the LNG market, this and other digital solutions can enhance production and perform predictive analysis on turbomachinery equipment and operations related to the balance of plant.
BHGE will supply the bundle of its software services, powered by GE’s Predix, the platform for the industrial internet, in a multi-year agreement that includes support from GE Power Services and GE Digital. BHGE is the main contractor of the project’s LNG trains, power generation and electrical motors units and has had a Contractual Service Agreement in place with NLNG since 2003.