Columbia Pipeline Group Reaches 99% Availability

June 2016, Vol. 243, No. 6

By Chirayu Shah, Product Manager, Visualization Software, Rockwell Automation

Changes to the oil and gas industry in the United States have put pressure on transmission companies to optimize their systems, add flexibility and respond more quickly to a fluctuating industry landscape. While many companies in the industry have been struggling to change, others have been more forward-thinking in applying new technologies. Columbia Pipeline Group (CPG) improved its operational environment by implementing a modern distributed control system to improve reliability, gain better insight into its production data and ease maintenance. CPB saved about $2.3 million from reduced maintenance costs in one year, showing that gas…

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