“Emergency Response Plan” Automated System for Oil Production and Transportation Enterprises
 
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Saint-Petersburg Mining University, 2, 21-st Line, Vasilyevsky Island, 199106, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
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Irina Nikolaevna Voytyuk   

Saint-Petersburg Mining University, 2, 21-st Line, Vasilyevsky Island, 199106, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
Publication date: 2021-01-01
 
J. Ecol. Eng. 2021; 22(1):76–82
 
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In order to increase the efficiency of implementing the emergency response measures, the emergency response plan drawing up, revision and implementation at oil production enterprises, it is expedient to use an analogue of the supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system, which generates an interactive mode that allows interaction with the person in charge for localizing and eliminating the consequences of accidents that negatively affect, inter alia, the environmental situation. The SCADA system was developed on the basis of the approved document “Emergency Response Plan” and provides for data exchange with the automated systems of the enterprise to form a complete description of the situation for the person in charge for localizing and eliminating the consequences of accidents. The automated system application software was developed using high-level programming languages (Embarcadero Delphi or analogues) and technologies for direct access to the Oracle database management system. The use of an automated system is feasible for large enterprises of the extractive and processing industries with the possibility of integration into the automated Manufacturing Execution System (MES-systems) of an enterprise.