February 2014, Vol. 241 No. 2

Features

Overcoming Data Deluge With Operations Management

Our increasingly digital world – with all of the texting, emailing, tweeting, posting, downloading and streaming that’s become commonplace – is creating huge amounts of data, more than than ever before. Pipeline operators are faced with a similar phenomenon when it comes to information overload. Intelligent devices for safety, fire and gas, instrumentation, intelligent motor control and condition-based monitoring offer many individual types of information, each with related alarms. As the amount of asset-related information swells, operations personnel find themselves overwhelmed. Maintenance needs can be overlooked and equipment continues to malfunction, leadi

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