Oil sands producer Suncor Energy selects AVEVA for data management

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Canadian oil sands producer Suncor Energy (NYSE: SU) has implemented AVEVA NET to support its data integrity management program for a new bitumen processing project in Alberta. The AVEVA NET software will provide validation of tag data and the identification of maintenance-significant tags and their corresponding key attributes to be uploaded into Suncor’s SAP Production and Maintenance system throughout the operation of the new facility.

“This implementation is a great example of AVEVA NET interfacing with third-party systems and offering tangible cost savings when pitched against competitive solutions,” added William Muldoon, Executive Vice President-North America, AVEVA. “Suncor is benefiting from an information management system specifically designed for assisting major projects to cross the data information chasm between engineering and operations.”

Part of the AVEVA Enterprise portfolio, AVEVA NET is a suite of information management solutions that enable the collation, contextualization, validation and visualization of all project and asset data and documents, irrespective of location or source program. Information can originate from AVEVA or third-party software, from business systems, or from tailored applications implemented by AVEVA's enterprise solutions specialists.

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