Oman LNG, Yokogawa sign agreement

      Published on Monday, 1 February , 2021      692 Views     
Oman LNG, Yokogawa sign agreement

An agreement has been signed between Oman LNG and Yokogawa to upgrade the distributed control system (DCS) at Oman LNG’s plant.

This will ultimately buoy the company’s unrelenting efforts to ensure safe and reliable production.

The current DCS has been in operation since Oman LNG’s inception in 2000. This upgrade is essential to ensure uninterrupted production of liquefied natural gas.

The new DSC will be of high-industry standard as it provides advanced features involving cybersecurity, to protect the facilities from potential threats. The project is expected to be completed by the end of 2023.

The agreement was signed by Eng. Mohammed Al Naseeb, Oman LNG’s Chief Operating Officer, and Jean Raphael Brousseau, Yokogawa’s Country Manager, at Oman LNG’s Head Office in Muscat.
Commenting on the agreement, Eng. Mohammed Al Naseeb, Oman LNG’s Chief Operating Officer, said, “At Oman LNG, we strive to be the best at what we do. This agreement comes to replace the current hardware and adopt the latest technology, ensuring our production efficiency. We are delighted to a partner with Yokogawa as they are a leading provider of Industrial Automation Test and Measurement Solutions.”
Al Naseeb added,
“As part of the project’s deliverables, Oman LNG and Yokogawa have committed to involving Omani partners in the execution of such project which would expose the local talents to such expertise in the field. This is aligned with our efforts towards enhancing in-country value, and enhance our contribution towards the local economy.”
Jean Raphael Brousseau, Yokogawa’s Country Manager, said, “The Oman LNG’s DCS system upgrade project will contribute towards increasing Yokogawa Oman Limited In-Country Value (ICV) in Oman. The company’s current ICV is 50 per cent with a commitment to achieve higher values in future and adding to the local economy.”
Category Oil | 2021/02/01 latest update at 7:00 PM
Source : Times of Oman | Photocredit : Google
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