- Analytics & Modeling - Big Data Analytics
- Analytics & Modeling - Predictive Analytics
- Oil & Gas
- Process Manufacturing
- Machine Condition Monitoring
CPG had a compression asset failure that interrupted service and had the potential to create customer dissatisfaction.
Columbia Pipeline Group
About The Customer
Houston-based Columbia Pipeline Group (CPG) owns 15,000 miles of interstate pipeline across 16 states. They operate more than 100 stations with approximately 1.1 million horsepower of compression, delivering approximately 1.3 tcf of natural gas per year.
CPG tapped Aurora, Ohio-based automaton firm, The RoviSys Co., to develop a real-time monitoring system. The new enterprise analytics program uses SharePoint, PI, and SQL technologies to analyze data and drive proactive and corrective actions. Its objectives are to avoid a facility shutdown and to minimize failures in compressor stations.
Downtime, Fault Detection, Gas Meters, Maintenance Requirements, Per-Unit Maintenance Costs
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