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In a move to Curb oil Pilferage, Oil India to deploy AI

In a move to Curb oil Pilferage, Oil India to deploy AI

Oil India seeks to Use AI solutions to fight against oil pilferage in Assam and nearby places. The decision was taken in the wake of the rising incidence of rampant oil thefts from the pipelines.

Last month,Expression of Interest (Eols) from different companies was invited by the Natural gas liquids company. The preferable invites were those who could supply and install IoT-based sensors; since Oil India wants to transmit real-time data to oil and gas collecting stations for detailed analysis.

The company announced a pilot project for the new development. Under the pilot project, real-time monitoring or ‘digital oilfield technology’ will be carried out in oil fields located in the area of Hebeda, Makum, and Hapjan; all the places are not far from the company’s head office in Duliajan.

People familiar with the matter said that monitoring from Hebeda is possible because it has a gas collecting station. The move will help the installation head to conduct real-time monitoring and whenever the monitoring begins, and then any disruption can be immediately spotted.

Apart from Hebeda, there are eight other satellite fields for the company in the following places: Bogapani, Kusijan, Samdang, Borhapjan, Mechaki, Jengoni, Disaijan, and Mahakali. Other assets include Greater Hapjan, Greater Chandmari.

The gang responsible for stealing oil from the fields in Assam remains very notorious, but can’t be compared with those who stole nearly five million liters from Cairn oilfields in Rajasthan.

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