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Automation and Control Projects
  • BP GOM Deepwater Development Program

    Mustang was selected in March 2000 to provide engineering and project services for BP’s ongoing Deepwater Development Program in the Gulf of Mexico. MAC provided control system design, scoping, system integration and development of engineering tools and standards for a series of facilities on four major deepwater discoveries -- Thunder Horse and Atlantis (semi-submersibles), and Holstein and Mad Dog (spars). This project was the first performed with Honeywell as an alliance partner.

  • Chevron Tahiti ICCS

    MAC was selected to provide the front-end and detailed engineering and design, testing, commissioning and startup services for all process control and safety instrumented systems on ChevronTexaco's Tahiti truss spar floating facility in the Gulf of Mexico. MAC was selected from a field of pre-qualified automation integration service providers independently of the production facility project awarded to Mustang's upstream business unit.

  • El Paso Rawlins Gas Plant Automation Upgrade

    MAC completed a project replacing El Paso’s existing gas plant pneumatic control system with an Allen-Bradley ControlLogix system and Wonderware HMI. The project included approximately 560 new (I/O) signals to the new control system and three operator consoles in the existing control room. MAC executed this work as a turn key project and provided direct hire construction services through a combination of Houston based and local resources.

  • ExxonMobil Kizomba, Offshore West Africa

    Main Instrument Control Contractor (MICC) for this FPSO project. Mustang teamed with Fisher-Rosemount to provide front-end design and will participate in detail design, commissioning and start up for all the topsides, hull and subsea automation systems.

  • Gulf Coast Refinery Advanced Process Control

    After new catalyst loading caused changes to a hydrocracker unit’s performance at a Gulf Coast refinery, Mustang was contracted to revise the DMCplusTM models and objectives to account for the changes. The optimized model increased feed rate and resulted in better catalyst activity. Performance, budget and schedule targets were met.

  • OxyChem Battleground, Deer Park, Texas

    Front-end and detailed engineering and design to replace the controls and field instruments in seven main process areas. A new centralized Control Building will be constructed. Existing control rooms will be revamped and used as I/O rack rooms. Fiber optic networks will link the I/O rooms and Control Building. The project will also upgrade machinery monitoring systems, safety interlocks, motor controls, and support infrastructure, including power, grounding, and HVAC. The Delta V control system will be programmed, configured, tested, and staged at Mustang’s in-house staging facility prior to field installation.

  • Oxychem Chlor-alkalae Control System Upgrade

    MAC completed the front-end and detailed engineering and design to replace the controls and field instruments in seven main process areas. A new centralized Control Building was constructed and the existing control rooms were revamped and used as input and output (I/O) rack rooms. The project also included upgrading machinery monitoring systems, safety interlocks, motor controls, and support infrastructure. The new system was programmed, configured, tested, and staged at Mustang’s staging facility prior to field installation.



 
 
 
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