- June 08, 2010
- Schneider Electric
June 8, 2010 - Invensys Operations Management released SimSci-Esscor PIPEPHASE 9.4 software for rigorous modeling of steady-state, multiphase flow in oil and gas networks and pipeline systems. The updated PIPEPHASE release improves the ability to manage oil and gas reservoirs using enhanced subsurface well modeling functions and an interface with GEM reservoir simulation software applications from Computer Modeling Group Ltd (CMG). Accurate modeling of oil and gas reservoirs allows producers to achieve productivity excellence, as well as manage and extract more of these vital resources. The PIPEPHASE 9.4 software delivers comprehensive modeling capabilities that create a unified well profile by linking subsurface wellbore links and allowing multiple tubing connections and custom data entry of well depths. It also integrates with GEM to simulate CO2 sequestration and oil recovery from depleted fields, providing a fully coupled surface network-to-reservoir simulation solution for the market. SimSci-Esscor simulation software provides the basis of solutions for oil producers worldwide, enabling them to get more from their assets in a safer manner. PIPEPHASE 9.4 simulation software combines the power of Invensys fluid flow simulation with CMGs reservoir simulation, enabling customers to manage their assets more effectively and profitably. An important aspect of improving profitability and performance is increasing oil recovery from depleted fields, said Joe McMullen, product manager, Invensys Operations Management. The link between PIPEPHASE and GEM enables rigorous and accurate modeling of enhanced oil-recovery processes. And as new oil-recovery methods are examined, our solution will help our customers efficiently and economically develop and manage their resources, as well as improve the productivity of their overall operations.About Invensys Operations ManagementInvensys Operations Management, a division of Invensys, is a leading provider of automation and information technology, systems, software solutions, services and consulting to the global manufacturing and infrastructure industries. Headquartered in Plano, Texas, its solutions are used by more than 40,000 clients around the world in more than 200,000 plants and facilities.