TCEnet helping Foxboro SCADA monitor Gas Authority of India LPG pipeline

Calgary, Alberta, Canada—TCEnet Inc. announced Jan. 10 that its Simulutions division was awarded a $600,000 contract to help Foxboro SCADA (Rome, Italy) supply supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) and pipeline application software to monitor LPG transport at Gas Authority of India Ltd.'s (GAIL) 580-kilometer Vizag-to-Secunderabad pipeline network.

By Control Engineering Staff January 16, 2003

Calgary, Alberta, Canada— TCEnet Inc. nderabad pipeline network. Presently under construction, the pipeline is expected to be complete in fall 2003.

Simulutions’ PipeWorks pipeline application platform will provide GAIL with leak detection, leak location, and look-ahead modeling, as well as other real-time applications provided by Simulutions LeakWarn system. Predictive modeling and pump station optimization applications will also be delivered. The GAIL installation will broaden Simulutions’ installed base located in Canada, the United States, South America, Saudi Arabia, and South Africa. This project is TCEnet’s first in India, which is one of the world’s fastest growing pipeline markets.

One of India’s leading public-sector enterprises, GAIL is the largest gas transmission and marketing company in that nation. Its various activities include gas marketing and distribution through trunk and regional systems; natural gas marketing;

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