Oil operating company in Azerbaijan applies monitoring system with forecast function
Azerbaijan, Baku, Sept. 21 / Trend , H.Valiyev/
The Azerbaijan Cybernetics Institute has introduced a monitoring system with forecast function at the Karasu Operating Company (KAOC), which produces oil from the Mishovdag-Kalametdin onshore field, the Head of the "Innovation and Information Technologies" laboratory of the Institute, Gambar Guliyev told Trend .
He said the technology allows sensors to receive signals, in particular, on wind speed, pressure, temperature, speed, distance. Use of this technology will initially identify micro-accidents at the initial stage of development. Each signal has its own specific interference, which enables to predict undesirable incidents. The system allows cutting expenses of power up to 70 percent, which has a positive effect on production costs of tons of oil.
The Cybernetics Institute is the developer of the theoretical foundations for forecasting facilities, which can lead to catastrophic accidents with high environmental and social losses. Use of this technology in aviation, in the oil sector and other areas will reduce accidents to zero. The process of drilling or flight fixes set of noise and interference, and the use of these interference as information carriers enables to predict emergency situations.
According to the specialist of the institute, development of information transfer technology is associated with the development of the signal transmission theory, as the information is not directly transmitted, and for the transmission, signals are formed, which is then passed through the channel to the central office of the enterprise.
This year, a similar system has been put into operation in the Shirvan Oil company, engaged in oil production in the Kurovdag onshore field. The Forecasting System will be introduced also in the Anshad Petrol, developing "Neftchala", "Hila" and "Babazanan" onshore fields and Binagadi Oil, exploiting the onshore Binagadi field.
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