Dear colleagues,
I'm looking for some definition stated by any big petroleum company about capital spares parts.
I just found a definition from Total in GS EP EXP 217 Spare Parts requirements for EPCs, Supplier, Manufacturer and MIE
Team:
4.2.2 Capital spare parts
Capital spare parts are defined by compliance with most of the following criteria:
• High HSE and production impacts (high downtime cost or impact on Company reputation but not likely to fail and not for routine maintenance).
• High value (value being defined for each Project/Affiliate).
• Due to their high cost and infrequent rate of use, they are purchased on an investment budget (CAPEX).
• Long delivery times (LLI, typically more than a year) or not off-the-shelf items (unique piece such as rotor) that require early purchase by the Project.
I want to chek this one with any other companies.
If someone could share any other company standard.
Thanks in advance.


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