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Shell "multimillion dollar" contract with Invensys

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Shell has signed a "multimillion dollar, multi-year" contract with plant optimisation software company Invensys.

Shell has a corporate enterprise agreement, which enables Shell to use Invensys software around the world.

Invensys will provide its "SimSci-Esscor" simulation software, which can be used for managing plant in all stages, from engineering design work, to procurement, construction, operations management and debottlenecking.

Invensys will provide its "ROMeo" software, which can be used for simulation, data reconciliation, optimisation and operations decision support.

It will also supply its PRO/II, PIPEPHASE and DYNSIM software.

'Shell needed cost-effective, flexible access to our open simulation and optimisation software across its global organisation without any restrictions,' said Tobias Scheele, vice president, advanced applications, Invensys Operations Management.

"Shell will use our SimSci-Esscor ROMeo optimisation software and our other family of simulation and modeling solutions.'



Associated Companies
» Royal Dutch Shell plc
» Invensys
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