Posts Tagged ‘Offsites’

Terminal Tanks Level Measurement Safety, Accuracy & Efficiency

Posted in Tank Gauging on Wednesday, March 12th, 2014. One comment so far
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Over on the Tank World blog is an interview with Emerson’s Rajagopal Kittu, a tank gauging product manager in the Middle East region. Rajagopal was asked about the wireless technologies be used within terminals. He shared an example, valve position indication for manual isolation valves found in piping manifolds. For many tank terminals, these wired […]

Overfill Prevention Standard and Path Forward

Posted in Level, Oil & Gas, Tank Gauging on Thursday, March 21st, 2013. 4 comments so far
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One of Europe’s leading events for the tank terminal industry is StocExpo, going on this week in Antwerp, Belgium. The Emerson team is there showing tank gauging and terminal management solutions. I had the opportunity to get my hands on a presentation being given today by Emerson’s Rikard Lövdahl who leads the Rosemount Tank Gauging […]

Justifying an Integrated Offsites Operations Approach

Posted in Uncategorized on Friday, April 10th, 2009. No comments yet
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Last week, we cautioned about the use of obsolescence in developing an automation modernization project justification. Sticking on the theme of justification, I received a copy of a presentation, Tank Farm and Terminal Automation: Developing a Business Case. Emerson’s Patrick Truesdale gave this presentation at the 2008 NPRA Annual Meeting. For those not familiar with […]

Improving Efficiency at Offsite Operations

Posted in Services, Consulting & Training on Monday, August 13th, 2007. No comments yet

The ever-increasing global demand for energy requires tremendous daily global movements of crude and refined products. Offsite operations play a vital role in the hydrocarbon supply chain. These offsite operations provide the receiving, shipping and storage facilities for handling bulk liquid or gas products. These sites typically include tank farms, blenders and terminals for handling […]