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  1. U.K. PRODUCTS PIPELINE INSTALLS NEW SCADA SYSTEM

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    Mon, 30 Mar 1992

  2. PIPELINES, UTILITIES REVEAL SCADA PLANS

    Natural-gas pipelines and utilities plan to install 159 complete supervisory, control, and data acquisition ( scada ) systems for the 30-month period begun in October 1990. These companies also plan installation of 90 remote-terminal units (RTUs) on existing scada systems. The companies project total ...

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    Mon, 18 Mar 1991

  3. PIPELINES, UTILITIES PLAN OVER 150 SCADA SYSTEMS

    North American pipelines and utilities will spend more than $170 million on new or upgraded supervisory control and data acquisition ( scada ) systems during the 30-month period that commenced Sept. 1. Another $12.5 million will be spent on peripherals and consulting. Among the 699 various projects ...

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    Mon, 2 Nov 1992

  4. CYBER SECURITY— Conclusion: SCADA system protection requires independent barriers

    A risk assessment, combined with a vulnerability assessment and threat scenario analysis, specifically identifies cyber vulnerabilities that may require elimination from a pipeline system.

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    Mon, 5 Oct 2009

  5. Wireless web accesses wellsite SCADA

    BP Canada Ltd., a large gas well operator in Can ada, installed a wireless web remotely to monitor and control wellsites in an inaccessible area so that it could produce gas at a maximum rate with a low operating cost.

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    Mon, 10 Dec 2001

  6. SCADA focus of Pemex Gas pipeline network upgrade

    Economic projections point toward a gradual recovery of industrial production activity in Mexico in the next few years. A prerequisite for this growth, however, is the timely availability of energy supplies for the production units.

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    Mon, 11 Feb 2002

  7. Metso to create SCADA systems for PetroChina pipeline, national control center

    PetroChina Co. Ltd. has awarded two supervisory control and data acquisition system contracts to Metso Automation Inc., the automation and control technology business area of Metso Corp. of Finland.

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    Tue, 8 Jan 2002

  8. SPECIAL REPORT: CLOSED-LOOP CIRCULATING—3: Automation provides SCADA level safety, efficiency

    Adding automation to a closed-loop circulating system improves information and management capabilities that contribute to greater safety and efficiency in drilling operations.

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    Mon, 7 Feb 2011

  9. PC-based scada installed on Russian crude-oil system

    This active screen provides the top level view and navigation to deeper levels of detail. Four levels are shown: map, pipeline (by region), pumping station down to the individual device (pump, valve, pressure or flow sensor; Fig. 1 [42,955 bytes]; photograph from Iconics Inc., Foxborough, Mass.). ...

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    Mon, 11 Jan 1999

  10. Telvent to deliver SCADA system for Pakistan pipeline

    China Petroleum Engineering & Construction Group Corp., an international contractor, has selected Telvent to supply the supervisory control and data acquisition for the White Oil Pipeline Project in Pakistan.

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    Mon, 26 Jul 2004

  11. Shell Pecten Cameroon integrates software for real-time gas lift control, optimization

    Pecten Cameroon Co. (PCC), an operating unit in the Royal Dutch/Shell Group, extended the existing supervisory control and data acquisition ( SCADA ) infrastructure at offshore Cameroon facilities by integrating software and installing wellhead control valves.

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    Mon, 26 Aug 2002

  12. Telvent to integrate Pemex's entire pipeline network

    Telvent announced Mar. 15 the signing of new contract with Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) to install its OASyS supervision, control, and data acquisition system ( SCADA ) to manage seven multiproduct pipelines of Pemex Refinancion’s National Oil Pipeline Network.

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    Tue, 16 Mar 2010

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