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38 Measurement and Testing SCADA System Order Received for Gas Distribution Pipeline Project in Bangladesh


Yokogawa Electric Corporation (the Netherlands) have announced that Yokogawa India has received an order from the Gas Transmission Company Limited (GTCL) to supply a monitoring and control system for the gas pipeline system in Bangladesh. This project will involve the revamping, modernisation, and expansion of GTCL’s existing supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system.


GTCL owns and operates a network of pipelines for the nationwide transmission of gas from gas fields that are primarily concentrated in the eastern part of Bangladesh. GTCL is planning to build an integrated SCADA monitoring and control system that will ensure the stable and efficient supply of gas to three of the country’s eight administrative divisions: Dhaka, Chittagong, and Sylhet. GTCL plans to increase its gas transmission volume to 550 million standard cubic feet per day (MMscfd), up from 400 MMscfd in 2013.


This order is for FAST/TOOLS SCADA software and a STARDOM network-based control system for pipeline monitoring, DPharp EJA and DPharp EJX series differential pressure/pressure transmitters, other field instruments, a closed-circuit television (CCTV) system, and a telecommunications system for central monitoring and control. Targeting delivery within 22 months, Yokogawa will be responsible for the engineering, installation, and commissioning of these systems.


Yokogawa proposed a bespoke automation solution which was selected because of Yokogawa’s reputation for quality and extensive experience in supplying SCADA systems for oil & gas pipeline projects.


Tsutomu Murata, managing director of Yokogawa India, commented “I am honoured to receive this order, which is Yokogawa India’s largest project to date in Bangladesh. By carrying out this large project, we aim to help ensure a stable energy supply for the people of Bangladesh.”


In accordance with its Transformation 2017 mid-term business plan, Yokogawa is strengthening its efforts to drive up sales by providing solutions for pipelines and other oil & gas midstream applications. Encouraged by its success in winning this order, Yokogawa plans to expand its control business in the midstream applications segment. 39288pr@reply-direct.com


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Inline Viscometers to determine Rheological Properties of


Drilling and Fracturing Fluids Brookfield Engineering Laboratories, Inc. (USA) has successfully provided its PVS pressurised rheometer to leading pressure pumping operations in Canada. The PVS and TT-100 inline viscometers were on display at Global Petroleum June 9-11, 2015.


Well fracturing operations require proper rheology of the fracturing fluid. To optimise fracture operations, the fracturing fluid’s viscosity must be high enough under low shear conditions to suspend and carry proppant to the smallest crevices in the fractured rock. In addition, its viscosity must be low enough under high shear rates so that adequate flow to these newly fractured strata is obtained and the proppant is released.


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As part of the laboratory development of the fluid, its rheology must be measured, evaluated, and understood over the majority of shear rates likely to be experienced at the well site so that an understanding of the fluid’s behavior is known before it is pumped through the system. This requires an easy to use computer based, software driven rheometer, like the Brookfield PVS, that measures viscosity under pressure, and in addition provides the means to test at different shear rates, time spans, temperatures, pressures, and provides data analysis and data recording capabilities.


The TT-100 inline viscometer provides real-time, in-line measurements for gels moving in pressurised lines from the hydration unit before being pumped down-hole. It will continuously verify, at the well site, that the rheology of the fracturing fluid is within established specifications and provide an alarm indication when it is not, thus providing the means for precise, real time, viscosity control along with a complete and accurate record of the fracturing process. The result is reduced costs, less wear on equipment, and lower risk of damage to the formation.


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The AFRISO (Germany) NS 100 (NS 160) is used to measure the pressure of gaseous and liquid media at temperatures of up to 150 °C in the measuring ranges 0/0.6 bar to 0/1000 bar (0/0.6 bar to 0/1600 bar). The robust design with a measuring system that is completely welded to the housing results a shock- and vibration-resistant unit that does not require seals. This keeps the risk of leaks to a minimum and ensures high long-term stability. The pressure gauge features bottom or back bottom process connections G½B – AF 22 (EN 837-1/7.3). Other, customer-specific process connections are also possible. The Bourdon tube pressure gauge for chemical applications is made of stainless steel 304 and tightness-tested with helium; it features laminated safety glass window and a blow-out. The pressure gauge is optionally available with a back flange, a panel mounting bezel, a 3-hole fixing, panel mounting bezel, special scales, electrical contacts and an ATEX version. The Bourdon tube pressure gauge NS 100 (NS 160) is DNV- and GOSSTANDART-certified and suitable for chemical and process engineering applications.


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