1 Monitoring Implementation for Measuring Points and Pipelines of PEMEX Presented by Ruben Leo Robles Copyr i g h t 2014 O S Is o f t, L L C.
2 Monitoring Implementation for Measuring Points and Pipelines The geographic dispersion together with lack of communication infrastructure, information systems, and storage outlets and ducts, hinders proper management of transmission and distribution processes by not having continuous and timely information in the administrative offices to allow decisions effectively. The PI System as an Integration and applications infrastructure enabled PEMEX to solve this problem. Ruben Leo Robles Dirección Corporativa de Tecnología de Información y Procesos del Negocio, DCTIPN. Pemex Case Lack of a holistic view of pipeline information including missing and quality measurements Lack of tool support for the proper administration of the transport processes and distribution of hydrocarbons Solution Results and Benefits PI System as an integration applications infrastructure for PEMEX pipelines and associated meter stations. Integrate IT and decision support tools and applications to support real time information integration and exploitation Ability to gather pipeline information and perform quality check and approximate missing meter information Perform both reactive and proactive visualization and analytics to improve pipeline and logistics system performance including hydrocarbon loss 2
3 Content Overview of pipeline network Strategy Implementation of the solution Benefits Conclusions 3
4 Pipeline Network Overview 4
5 Strategy The process management provides transmission and distribution strategy in the real-time monitoring of installations 5
6 Implementation of the Solution Objective: To support the management of transportation and distribution processes, monitoring the operating performance of the installations in real time via the PI System platform. 6
7 Implementation of the Solution 9 Measurement points (6 of Oil and 3 of Gas): C.A.B. Poza Rica - Marfo C.A.B. Poza Rica -Pozoleo B.S. Arenque B.S. Muro B.S. Horcón B.S. Álamo Variables Instantaneous flow (gross/ net) Instant pressure Instantaneous Differential Pressure Instantaneous temperature Flow Daily (gross/ net) Average Temperature Average pressure Chromatography C.P.G Poza Rica C.P.G. Arenque EPMG. Raudal 7
8 Implementation of the Solution 3 Gasoline ducts and 6 Pipelines : 1 Gasoline duct E.C. Cuervito C.M. Km Gasoline duct Entronque Comitas C.M. Km Gasoline duct B.S. Monterrey C.M. Km Pipeline C.A.B. Tamaulipas P.N. Ref. Madero 5 Pipeline C.A.B. Cacalilao P.N. Ref. Madero 6 Pipeline C.A.B. Tajín 10 C.A.B. Poza Rica 10 7 Pipeline C.A.B. Tajín 16" C.A.B. Poza Rica 16 8 Pipeline B.S. Perdiz E.M.C. Papan 9 Pipeline B.S. Mata Pionche V.S. Paso del Toro Variables: Volumetric Flow (gross and net) Pressure pipeline without pumping Pressure pipeline with pumping Total volumetric flow (gross and net) Percentage of Water Alarm and Leak Location State of the measuring instruments 8
9 Implementation of the Solution Identify Needs Analyze Designing Installations and information to integrate Piping and instrumentation diagram. Data dictionary of interface nodes PI SYSTEM SERVER Graphics Web Portal Reports Users Groups Interface for data acquisition Variables to integrate Exploiting Information 9
10 Implementation of the Solution Communications Data Storage ITC Instrumentation Information Technology and Communications (ITC) Processing 10
11 Implementation of the Solution INSTRUMENTATION (DATA SOURCES) TELECOMMUNICATIONS IT PEMEX EXPLOITATION OF INFORMATION Pipeline Regional Center for Data Processing Executive users Flow Meters and Pressure Transmitters Points of Measurement Flow Computer Radio Link PEMEX Data Network PI System Server Interfaces Server Satellite Link Web Server, Real Time - Real time monitoring - Reports 11
12 Results Measuring Points Pipelines Instantaneous flow (gross / net). Instant pressure. Instantaneous Differential Pressure. Instantaneous temperature. Flow Daily (gross / net). Average Temperature. Average pressure. Chromatography Volumetric Flow (gross and net). Pressure pipeline without pumping. Pressure pipeline with pumping. Total volumetric flow (gross and net). Percentage of Water. Alarm and Leak Location. State of the measuring instruments Integrated process variables. 15 Deployed Graphics Processing. 30 web users. 586 Integrated process variables. 28 Deployed Graphics Processing. 10 web users. 12
13 CPG Poza Rica Selling Point 13
14 Pozoleo Oil Selling Point 14
15 Wet Sweet Gas Chromatography Monitoring 15
16 Central Pump Storage, Cacalilao North Yard 16
17 Information for Better Decision Making 17
18 Benefits Monitoring real-time operating information is a tool that gives the ability of analysis, evaluation and decision making. Some benefits are mentioned as follows: Ability to monitor interruptions or pumping rhythms, instantaneous flows and production volumes. Use of the information in the form of historical production reports and statistical analysis for process operating conditions. Preemptively react to unwanted events. Ability to monitor possible leakage events and their location through site in real time. 18
19 Conclusion The real-time monitoring information from operating variables, measuring points, and pipelines through the PI System supports the proper management of transmission and distribution processes, allowing monitoring the operating performance of facilities paying attention to the following critical events that can occur: Pressure drop Repressing out in inputs or outputs (high pressure) Difference production Stop unscheduled equipment 19
20 To Ponder Enterprises use ITC, not just to improve what they already do, but to generate new knowledge. In a situation of continuous improvement, the enterprises should make the right decisions about optimizing through ITC. The ITCs can be used by all industry to achieve the fundamental objectives defined by the mission and vision. We rely on ITC tools, the challenge is being creative and efficient so that the results are growth and strength of the industry using them. 20
21 Ruben Leo Robles Administrador Plataforma PI System Dirección Corporativa de Tecnología de Información y Procesos del Negocio 21
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