EVALUATION OF FACTORS AND TECHNIQUES OF MAINTENANCE WORK SCHEDULE IN OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY IN NIGER DELTA WETLAND OF RIVERS STATE, NIGERIA

Authors

  • Madu, Uboho Freedom Kelechi Department of Quantity Surveying Faculty of Environmental Sciences,Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu
  • Prof. Nwachukwu C. C. Department of Quantity Surveying Faculty of Environmental Sciences,Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu

Keywords:

Maintenance, Techniques, Wetland, Work, Schedule

Abstract

The study evaluate factors and techniques of maintenance work schedule in oil and gas industry in the Niger Delta Wetland of River state Nigeria.The specific objectives sought to identify factors affecting a better maintenance work schedule. and to identify maintenance work schedule techniques. A survey research design was adopted for the study. A primary souce of data was adopted for the study. The data was collected using a well structured questionnaire. Data collected were subjected to stepwise regression analysis of the SPSS package. This research discovered that there are factors affecting maintenance work schedule in oil and gas industry, since the calculated T-value of 1.932 is greater than the tabulated t-value of 1.71. Again there are maintenance work schedule technique in oil & gas industry since the calculated T-value of 2.043 is greater than the tabulated t-value of 1.71 and maintenance work schedule is significantly important to oil & gas industry because the calculated T-value of 8.100 is greater than the tabulated t-value of 1.71 at 5% level of freedom. This study recommends six sigma technique which states that scheduling consultants should strive to develop a trusting relationship with the different participants to develop a workable plan for a sustainable project schedule in oil and gas industry.

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Published

2023-10-23

How to Cite

Madu, U. F. K., & C, P. N. C. (2023). EVALUATION OF FACTORS AND TECHNIQUES OF MAINTENANCE WORK SCHEDULE IN OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY IN NIGER DELTA WETLAND OF RIVERS STATE, NIGERIA. Irish International Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 7(10), 45–61. Retrieved from https://aspjournals.org/Journals/index.php/iijeas/article/view/468