Company Showcases Latest EcoStruxure™ for Oil and Gas Solutions at Booth No. 4250, Hall 4 at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre
Dubai-UAE: 13 November, 2017: Real-time data captured from the field and conveyed to the cloud via sensors and analytical engines can impact the profitability of entire oil and gas (O&G) businesses. Building around this concept, Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management and automation, is marking its seventh outing at the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) 2017, the definitive event for the region's O&G industry.
Organised under the patronage of the UAE President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and supported by the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company and the UAE Ministry of Energy, the event that runs from 13 to 15 November 2017 convenes over 2,000 exhibitors and is expected to draw around 100,000 trade professionals and industry experts from 130 countries.
This year, Schneider Electric is showcasing its latest suite of EcoStruxure™ for Oil and Gas solutions, including artificial lift and ethylene production solutions and integrated operation management solutions as well as its asset performance management portfolio, at its booth no. 4250, located in Hall 4.
Furthermore, visitors can experience the company's E-House and training solutions first-hand as part of an augmented reality virtual tour. These include the Gutor PXC uninterruptible power supply for harsh industrial environments, Avantis comprehensive enterprise asset management software, and the latest avant-garde integrated power and process management technology that covers the life cycle of the plant system and results in up to 15 per cent Opex savings.
Speaking on the platform's innovative capabilities, Chris Dartnell, President of the Oil & Gas Business at Schneider Electric, said: “EcoStruxure™ for Oil and Gas facilitates a full range of services across the O&G supply chain – from oil fields to refineries, and from field devices and data collection to maintenance and plant operations. Based on vast amounts of real-time data captured from the field and conveyed to the cloud via sensors and analytical engines, the platform can shape the best business decisions that can ultimately impact the profitability of entire O&G businesses.”
He added: “We have worked with some of the leading companies worldwide in developing the EcoStruxure™ for Oil and Gas solutions suite. We have brought together the maintenance, operations, project management, reservoir and production, scheduling and commercial functions, and leveraged cloud-based data to identify the best ways to holistically operate O&G assets. Our solutions make sound business sense, as they help lower cost while scaling up efficiency, safety and profitability in this new era of challenges for the O&G sector.”
EcoStruxure™ for Oil and Gas is an IoT-enabled open and interoperable architecture that offers end-to-end industry solutions. Through integrating IT with operational technology, Schneider Electric enables O&G companies to harness the true potential of digital transformation with innovation at every level, and achieve improved asset performance and optimised production rates across a range of onshore and offshore activities. Since 2007, over 450,000 ExoStruxure™ systems have been deployed with the support of 9,000 system integrators.