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Invensys Process Systems

Elm Road
North Shields
Tyne & Wear
NE29 8SA
United Kingdom

Telephone : 0191 258 2821
Fax : 0191 258 7040
Email : s.ballard@ballard.co.uk
Web : www.invensys.com


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Multiphase flow simulation from within the Sim4Me portal 12 August 2008

IPS has released the Inplant version 4.1, a program that rigorously simulates multiphase flow in plant utility and relief networks. It provides the power and flexibility to model applications ranging from a depressurising study of a single vessel to the design and rating of a complete cooling water network for an entire refinery or petrochemical plant. ...

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Wireless solutions delivered to process industries 09 August 2008

Invensys Process Systems (IPS) has become part of the Motorola’s PartnerSelect Program and will now offer Motorola’s Enterprise Mobility solutions, as well as wireless broadband and other technologies within its own Industrial Wireless Solutions portfolio, to help integrate and improve process manufacturing systems for its industrial clients. ...

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ENPPI, Gasco and Invensys sign multi-million dollar deal 24 July 2008

Ulf Henriksson, Chief Executive Officer of Invensys, visited Cairo to finalise a joint venture between Invensys Process Systems (IPS), ENPPI and Gasco that will train hundreds of Egyptian engineers and establish Egypt's first Industrial Automation Engineering Centre of Excellence. The joint venture will play a significant role in the modernisation of the Egyptian petroleum industry, helping Egypt increase refinery utilisation, maximise productivity and minimise maintenance costs....

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Invensys trades meet expectations. 24 July 2008

Despite the current difficulties in the US market Invensys, a global technology and controls company focussing upon industrial automation, rail transportation and controls, has started the financial year strongly after trading met expectations in the first quarter. ...

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The future of wireless in the hazardous area 01 March 2008

Although the potential applications of wireless technology in the petrochemical and process industries are broadranging, issues over its use need to be resolved. Gary Williams presented a paper at the recent HazardEx International conference when he separated the myths and facts associated with wireless plant communications...

Simulator trains refinery operatives 01 March 2008

Invensys Process Systems has been awarded a contract from Sinclair Oil for a SimSci-Esscor Operating Training Simulator (OTS) to be implemented at a refinery near Rawlins, Wyoming in the USA....

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ISA commends Invensys executive 01 February 2008

Don Clark, Invensys' Director of Industry Marketing, has been recognised by ISA for ‘exceptional service to Standards and Practices activities’. The award recognises Clark's leadership and technical contributions as vice-chairperson of the ISA95 committee, which is developing standards on enterprise control system integration....