CONSYST collaborates with BPCL to implement digitalisation
Published on : Wednesday 13-10-2021
The projects goal is to ensure efficient maintenance of motors, enable enhanced and informed decision making, as well as to reduce downtime and maintenance overheads.
Kochi, October 2021 – CONSYST collaborates with BPCL to implement Condition based Maintenance Management System on Electric Assets strengthening the company's digitalisation strategy foundation and drive forward its quest for Oil & Gas 4.0. The project's goal is to ensure efficient maintenance of motors, enable enhanced and informed decision making, as well as to reduce downtime and maintenance overheads.
CONSYST completed the first phase of this project covering 1,800 motors after being awarded the contract in June 2021, using the state-of-the-art IIoTNext Platform.
BPCL Kochi Refinery, located at Ambalamugal, near Kochi in Kerala, is one of the three Refineries of BPCL, presently having a crude oil refining capacity of 15.5 million Metric Tonnes per Annum (MMTPA). The product portfolio of the Kochi Refinery today includes petrochemical feedstocks and specialty products in addition to its range of quality fuels.
CONSYST is an Industry 4.0 Technology Solutions company based in Kochi, helping utility, petrochemical, food and beverage and infrastructure businesses in India, Middle East, Africa & Australia in their digitisation journey
"We are very honoured to receive this contract from BPCL KR, which strengthens our ties with the prestigious Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. We really appreciate BPCL officials for betting on us for the implementation of this project from concept stage to successful commissioning stage. As an Indian born company, we are happy to serve BPCL and other companies in India with our expertise," says Jasir Sabri, Managing Director, CONSYST.
The project, officially launched by Mr Sanjay Khanna, Executive Director at BPCL-KR is an example for strategic initiatives of the Government of India like 'Make in India' and 'Atma Nirbhar Bharat'.