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L&T to implement SCADA systems for ONGC's onshore control centres news
11 March 2008

The Electrical & Electronics Division of engineering and construction major, L&T, will implement SCADA system for onshore control centres that control the offshore operations of Oil and Natural Gas Corporation.

The value of the contract is Rs74.7 crore.

The system will be used for issuing emergency shut down commands to 133 well platforms as well as 13 process platforms from onshore control centres or from nearby process platform in case of an emergency for ensuring the safety of offshore operations and operating staff. It will also be used for disaster recovery in case of natural calamites.

The project involves setting up state-of-the-art control centres, collaboration rooms for 24x7 hours operation and monitoring, video conferencing with offshore process complexes and drilling rigs, monitoring of rotating equipment data from process platforms, integration with various third party system like SCADA (production, drilling, lift optimisation and ESP data), VRC (sub-surface data), VATMS (logistic data), IAM (integrated asset management), monitoring status feedback of critical shutdown valves on process platforms and running status of all critical rotating equipment.

The scope of work involves design, engineering, construction, installation and commissioning of onshore control centres in Mumbai and offshore locations. The project is scheduled for completion in 11 months.

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L&T to implement SCADA systems for ONGC's onshore control centres