A large part of determining resources has to do with assessing technical feasibility. It considers the technical requirements of the proposed project. The technical requirements are then compared to the technical capability of your plant, refinery and organisation. The systems project is considered technically feasible if the internal technical capability is sufficient to support the project requirements.
Proxion Process’ engineers will determine whether current technical resources can be upgraded or added to in a manner that fulfills your request under consideration. This is where the expertise of Proxion Process engineers and analysts is beneficial, since using our own experience and contact with vendors, we are better positioned to be able to answer the question of technical feasibility.
Some essential questions that we evaluate in testing the operational feasibility of a system or process include but not limited to the following:
- Is the project feasible within the limits of current technology?
- Does the technology exist at all?
- Is it available within given resource constraints?
- Is it a practical proposition?
- How much manpower will be required? (engineers, technicians, project managers etc)
- What equipments and hardware will be needed?
- Are the current technical resources sufficient for the new system or process?