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Trihedral integrates VTScada software for Canadian oil and gas company

Trihedral integrates VTScada software for Canadian oil and gas company

November 16, 2016 - Trihedral Engineering, in conjunction with BettsM Controls,  announced the implementation of an Enterprise SCADA software licensing agreement for the use of Trihedral’s VTScada software with a Major Canadian Oil and Gas exploration and production company.

The company is one of the largest independent crude oil and natural gas producers in the world and continually targets cost effective alternatives to develop a portfolio of projects and to deliver a defined growth plan, thereby creating value for shareholders.

The objective of the Enterprise SCADA software agreement is to enable the company to achieve greater efficiency in its operations while continuing to deliver value.

The company has approximately 180 SCADA  systems of  various sizes and ages that were acquired through  a combination of growth and corporate acquisitions. While there is recognized value  in  amalgamation  and standardization, the on-going cost for the integration and replacement of these vital and aging systems has been prohibitive for all but the most critical.

VTScada software will become the foundation for a standardized deployment. The result will be cost reductions in the replacement, amalgamation and operations of these systems that have not previously been possible with  ther solutions.

In addition to the reduction in capital costs, the company will realize savings and greater efficiencies through the consolidation of multiple SCADA software license agreements, centralization of fault-tolerant historians for better operation visibility, substantially improved system robustness, reduction in current bandwidth requirements  and training cost reductions.

Commented Sam Lau, a SCADA Specialist for the company, “After an extensive evaluation process looking at software, vendors, integrators, architecture, technology, our future needs and how it all fits together for the objectives of the company, we chose VTScada.”

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