ABB Helps Gulf’s Oil and Gas Industry at ADIPEC 2010Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 10/28/2010, Location: Middle East
ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, is focusing on the development of innovative equipment and services to help the Gulf region’s oil and gas sector increase its efficiency and productivity.
Process automation solutions that deliver these benefits to the industry will be highlighted by ABB at ADIPEC 2010 in Abu Dhabi from November 1 to 4.
“The Gulf’s oil and gas industry has been pivotal to the development of the economy over the last 50 years and has helped the region weather the economic downturn,” said Bjarte Pedersen, head of ABB’s Process Automation division in India, Middle East and Africa. “Oil and gas producers are focusing on resource optimization to increase yields through technological innovations.”
In hall 7, stand number 06150 at ADIPEC, ABB will present its range of analyzers, instrumentation solutions, drives, motors, dry- and oil-type transformers, and low-voltage equipment for the oil and gas sector, as well as information on ABB’s service offerings.
The central exhibit on ABB’s stand will be the latest Extended Operator Workplace (EOW) for ABB’s System 800xA automation platform. EOW helps operators to be more effective by providing them with a fully interactive overview of the entire process, synchronizing all process data (including closed-circuit television) into one interface in real time, and enabling users to configure the workplace to their exact needs. The solution is helping to increase productivity in oil and gas platforms around the world.
“There’s been a shift by oil and gas firms towards greater efficiency,” Pedersen added. “In fact, one of our latest projects in Bahrain with BAPCO was the implementation of a Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy analyzer. The ABB solution enables BAPCO to make accurate predictions of 13 critical gasoline properties within three minutes using only one analyzer in a closed loop. Solutions like these save refineries millions of dollars in cost.”
At the show, ABB’s oil and gas experts from the Middle East and Europe will also be joined by product experts who will be demonstrating the solutions for visitors and answering technology and market related questions during the four-day event.
“Our first project in the region was in 1951 with Saudi Aramco. We’ve always been a strong partner to the oil and gas sector, and our presence in ADIPEC reinforces that commitment to our downstream customers,” concluded Pedersen.
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