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Invensys Process Systems

5601 Granite Parkway
Plano
Texas
75024
USA

Telephone : +1 469 365 6400
Email : getmore@ips.invensys.com


Article archive for Invensys Process Systems;

Equipment condition and performance-monitoring solutions 02 November 2009

Invensys Operations Management, a global provider of technology systems, software solutions and consulting services to the process and manufacturing industries, announced that Bruce Power, Canada's first private nuclear generating company and the source of more than 20% of Ontario's electricity, has selected Wonderware software solutions to help manage Bruce Power's equipment condition and performance monitoring (ECPM) project....

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Invensys resumes dividend payment despite economic climate 19 May 2009

Invensys is to make its first dividend payments since 2003, following a year of strong performance despite the current economic downturn. Ulf Henriksson, the company's chief executive, said the recommendation of 1.5p a share had been set 'at a prudent level which should allow for a progressive dividend policy going forward'. ...

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Good news and bad news for Invensys 21 January 2009

Process systems giant Invensys has had a week of mixed fortunes. On the one hand the company sealed a £170m safety contact in the Chinese nuclear industry but, on the other, its shares tumbled nearly 8% following the downward guidance the company gave regarding its second half profits....

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Critical control, safety and simulation technologies or power plants in China 20 January 2009

Approximately US$250 million contract will automate four reactors in both Fuqing and Fangjiashan nuclear power plants and aid in China's plan to increase nuclear power capacity. Invensys Process Systems (IPS) has been chosen to develop and implement four large-scale, fully digitised nuclear control rooms, equipped with the latest simulation technologies, critical control and safety systems for two nuclear power plant sites in China. The agreement is worth approximately US $250 million....

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$6 million contract to provide automation and safety services 25 November 2008

Invensys Process Systems (IPS) has signed a $6 million contract with Saipem, a subsidiary of Italian energy company Eni and one of the largest turnkey contractors in the oil and gas industry. Under the terms of the deal, IPS will provide and install automation and safety equipment on a floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) structure destined for use in the Gimboa field, located approximately 85 kilometers off the coast of Angola. ...

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Simulation technology for clean-burning coal plant 18 November 2008

Invensys Process Systems (IPS) has been selected by the United States Department of Energy's (DOE) National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) to provide a dynamic process simulator for an integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) plant with carbon capture. The IGCC plant simulator is part of the DOE's initiative to develop clean-coal power plants....

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Asset Lifecycle Management 18 November 2008

Maintaining an obsolete automation system is both costly and a drain on plant efficiency. One common solution is to ignore the problem altogether. While this strategy can bring short-term cost savings and some increased return on investment, overall it exposes users to potentially devastating risks. For example, unexpected failures lead to expensive downtime, rush charges and hasty replacement purchases....

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Plant visibility improved at Milford Haven refinery 01 September 2008

Invensys Process Systems (IPS), a global technology, software and consulting firm, chooses Extronics, a leading supplier and manufacturer of intrinsically safe and explosion-proof electrical and electronic equipment, to supply a wireless network for hazardous environments. The intrinsically safe and explosion proof wireless network will form an integral part of IPS’ project to improve plant visibility at Total’s Milford Haven refinery. ...

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SEC expansion will be engineered by local Invensys office 01 February 2008

Invensys Process Systems has won a substantial contract from the Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) to rovide plant performance and monitoring solutions for use on PP8, one of the country’s most critical power plants. The project work will be largely carried out by Invensys’ offices in the region following the company’s promise to provide local and regional support and expertise. ...

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BP tackles bunker fuel problem with Coriolis technology 01 November 2007

The majority of bunker fuel is delivered to ships by barge. Trapped air, held in suspension within viscous bunker oil, artificially increases its volume. This effect has been a major and hitherto unsolvable problem for the shipping industry. The measurement of the supplied quantity currently involves dipping barge tanks before and after delivery and undertaking various calculations and corrections to convert the tank volume measurement into a delivered mass. ...