Core (Oil and Gas) Ltd used its extensive global experience in brownfield and mature assets to enhance uptime, meet regulatory requirements and improve production rates by providing control system changes to mitigate against the effect of issues with slugging, compressor performance, gas lift, water injection and produced water quality.
Lynemouth Power Station (LPL) has generated electricity from coal since 1972 with a capacity of 420MW. The plant was originally built, owned and operated by Alcan with the purpose of providing safe and secure energy for the production of aluminium at the adjacent Lynemouth Smelter.
The primary function of an alarm is to alert an operator to an abnormal situation requiring a timely response to prevent further escalation of the condition.
The alarm system is a safety barrier, which not only provides a layer of protection for personnel and the environment but also helps improve production availability through the early identification of a potentially more significant equipment failure or process upset.