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Paper presented at the PSIG Annual Meeting, November 7–9, 2005
Paper Number: PSIG-0512
... 22625, Houston, TX 77227, U.S.A., fax 01-713-586-5955. ABSTRACT Florida Gas Transmission (FGT) has created an Expert Alarm System by combining SCADA data, model data, and model logic to produce integrated Gas Control alarms for the gas controllers. The EAS was implemented to provide suggestions/alarms...
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Paper presented at the PSIG Annual Meeting, October 17–19, 2001
Paper Number: PSIG-0101
...Pipeline Simulation Interest Group 1 October 17 19, 2001 Automating Predictive Model Runs for Gas Control Michael L. Wheeler, Duke Energy Ray S. Whaley, Bethel Consulting 1 Abstract Running a predictive model scenario for several days into the future on a complex system like the Texas Eastern...
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Paper presented at the PSIG Annual Meeting, October 28–30, 2000
Paper Number: PSIG-0013
... ABSTRACT It is inevitable that pipeline companies will be relying increasingly upon simulation models in the near future to provide timely information for business decisions. Before models can provide this information, they will need to be implemented within the gas control environment...
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Paper presented at the PSIG Annual Meeting, October 20–22, 1999
Paper Number: PSIG-9908
... model except it is used as a tool to train Gas Controllers by making the model look like SCADA. (6) Optimizer Model - Steady-State Model that optimizes fuel based on real time data or historical data. This paper describes the results (successes and failures) for each model. It will focus on Real-time...
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Paper presented at the PSIG Annual Meeting, October 15–17, 1997
Paper Number: PSIG-9711
...ON-LINE SIMULATIONS FOR THE GAS CONTROLLER Howard C. Shaw Mike L. Wheeler Ray S. Whaley On-line Simulations for the Gas Controller bY Howard C. Shaw Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation Mike L. Wheeler Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation Ray S. Whaley Bethel Consulting, LLC Abstract In the...
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Paper presented at the PSIG Annual Meeting, October 23–25, 1996
Paper Number: PSIG-9601
... to date include: Pinpoint false telemetry information and allow Gas Controllers to act upon model generated corrected data. Find anomalies in the pipeline and within stations (e.g. leaking check valves and flow restrictions). Identify inefficient compressor operations. Identify poor field operating...
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Paper presented at the PSIG Annual Meeting, October 18–19, 1990
Paper Number: PSIG-9003
... commodity gas. The completion of this program marks the final stage in the transition of El Paso from a marketer, to a transporter of gas. As the Gas Business has changed so has the flow of information used in running the business. The Gas Control function has gone from a dispatching function in which three...
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Paper presented at the PSIG Annual Meeting, October 18–19, 1990
Paper Number: PSIG-9005
...I N TER EST f3Y Mmk G, Patterson and Charles E. Felker PIPELINE SIlMcTLATION INTEWST GROUP Simulated On-be Operations Mark G. Patterson and Charles El. Felker September 1990 S ~ Y 2 PART I: GAS CONTROL ~~G AT E Q U I T m U RESOURCES. INC 3 ABOUT E Q U I T A B ~ .SO.C INC 3 THE GAS CONTROLLEXt'S JOB...
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Paper presented at the PSIG Annual Meeting, October 20–21, 1988
Paper Number: PSIG-8805
...PIPELINE SIMULATION INTEREST GROUP A GAS CONTROL PLANNING SYSTEM Susan K. Bachman Page L. Clark Donald R. Wienecke Colorado Interstate Gas Company PSIG ANNUAL MEETING TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA OCTOBER 20 - 21, 1988 A GAS CONTROL PLANNING SYSTEM ABSTRACT Colorado Interstate Gas Company has developed...
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Paper presented at the PSIG Annual Meeting, October 20–21, 1988
Paper Number: PSIG-8807
... condensing the quantity of data received by the gas controllers to higher level information which may be acted on without a lot of further analysis. Additional large amounts of raw data which can be produced by a modelling system are definitely not required or even useful in the minute to minute operation of...

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