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Solution Scenario Offshore Oil and Gas

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Solution Scenario Offshore Oil and Gas

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  1. Solution ScenarioOffshore Oil and Gas Reducing the cost of communicating with remote sites

  2. Headquarters located on-shore Requires report informationfrom platforms Requires graphical displays,trends and production information Expensive communication between onshore and offshore sites Bandwidth of satellite communication is limited, so direct communication between onshore and offshore must be minimized to avoid overloading Issue: Communication with offshore platforms is expensive and has limited bandwidth Industry: Oil and Gas

  3. Inform IT Enterprise Historianservers (collection) are locatedon each platform Enterprise Historian consolidationserver is located onshore Historical data is collected offshore and is distributed to theonshore server Enterprise Historian Collection Enterprise Historian Consolidation Industrial IT Solution Industry: Oil and Gas

  4. Onshore local information access • Onshore, the historian server has local access to the consolidated information (hourly values) from the remote platforms • Visualization through graphic displays and trends Industry: Oil and Gas

  5. Onshore local information access • Excel based reports are created onshore using DataDirect add-ins. • A Production Planning system uses historical information to determine production capability. Scheduling information is then sent back to the offshore platforms. • Onshore, the consolidated information is available at a glance without having to request information from each offshore platform Industry: Oil and Gas

  6. Industrial IT solution: Minimized communication cost and efficient data access • Inform IT’s ability to distribute and consolidate data reduces communication cost by over 50%. • Satellite communication is approximately 10 times more expensive than land based • Errors in data transmission are reduced by staying within the bandwidth limitations. The number of requests and quantity of data required across the satellite link has been decreased. Industry: Oil and Gas