February 2007

Trends and Resources

HP Construction: Asia-Pacific

Honeywell has a $2.5 million contract from TonenGeneral Sekiyu to oversee the Wakayama control house consolidation project. This will combine the oil refinery's existing process control operations int..

Jackson, Kim M., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Honeywell has a $2.5 million contract from TonenGeneral Sekiyu to oversee the Wakayama control house consolidation project. This will combine the oil refinery's existing process control operations into one central location. Additionally, TonenGeneral Sekiyu is using Honeywell to monitor the projects for three other subcontractors who will manage distributed control system (DCS) relocation, civil structural, electrical and instrumentation work. Honeywell is also providing its next-generation safety instrumented system (SIS), Honeywell Safety Manager, for safe startup, operation and shutdown. Existing plant operations at Wakayama are distributed into three control buildings that require a la

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