The decision to build, upgrade, consolidate, or relocate an Integrated Operations Center (IOC) or Control Center involves multiple decision points that can be challenging to address. Location, facilities, access to third-party infrastructure providers (ISP’s, power,etc.), infrastructure integration, security (physical and cyber), support, and existing staff impacts are just some of the challenges that need to be addressed. Depending on the location, primary, backup and tertiary Control Centers may be required to mitigate risk and meet asset uptime objectives.
Our team includes Consultants, Project Managers and SME’s that have assisted several of the industry’s largest companies in Energy with Control Center business case preparation, upgrades, consolidations, and relocations.
Chevron Pipeline completes the successful relocation of Control Center OperationsRead more