Rockwell Automation to showcase ConnectedProduction solutions at ADIPEC
At the world's leading oil and gas exhibition and conference, Rockwell Automation will demonstrate how the automation, control and safety systems can help producers improve nearly all aspects of oil and gas production.
Rockwell Automation will showcase its Digital Oilfield and ConnectedProduction solutions at booth 1230 in Hall 1 of Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) during 13-16 November 2017.
At the world’s leading oil and gas exhibition and conference, Rockwell Automation will demonstrate how the automation, control and safety systems can help producers improve nearly all aspects of oil and gas production, from maximising equipment performance and meeting production targets to lowering operating costs.
“Leveraging data and turning that into real-time knowledge is the lifeblood of the digital oilfield,” said Pankaj Shrivastava, field business leader, architecture and software, Rockwell Automation. “Digital Oilfield and ConnectedProduction solutions of Rockwell Automation bring value to our customers in the form of cost reduction, production optimisation, asset utilisation and wellhead optimisation, and support network and cyber security and production risk mitigation,” added Shrivastava.
Visitors to the Rockwell Automation booth will see how harnessing knowledge-driven solutions are the key to improving operational efficiency and bottom-line productivity in the oil and gas sector.
Rockwell Automation experts will showcase how the ConnectedProduction environment brings the digital oilfield to life in three key ways: (i) connecting production equipment, devices and systems; (ii) integrating all of the data seamlessly; (iii) and transforming that data into useful operational intelligence.
ConnectedProduction enables operators to capture data from any number of third party sources through standard open source technologies, and then making it available to a number of applications – such as real time visualisation and historical logging – within a single information environment.
It allows operators to run short-term Artificial Lift Systems (ALS) production optimisation loops, asset management systems and to connect to advance optimisation modules that can help the producer to reduce operational costs, increase efficiency, raise profit margins and have a stable infrastructure to reap the rewards of further Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) benefits as they come online.