Gazprom willing to adopt Siberian lab control system

Gazprom willing to adopt Siberian lab control systemGazprom, Russia?s natural gas monopoly, has recommended for adoption at its subsidiaries an innovation measurement and analysis system developed by Tomsk scientists in Siberia.

Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU) in Siberia announced last week that Gazprom, Russia?s natural gas monopoly, has recommended for adoption at its subsidiaries an innovation measurement and analysis system developed by Tomsk scientists. Chemist-Analyst, a lab measurement and data processing system created by TPU?s Institute of High Technology Physics, is designed to help oil and natural gas companies measure consumption and volumes of natural gas and liquid hydrocarbons, and determine the quality of the fossil fuels. ?The Chemist-Analyst system is expected to automate the operation of chemical workshops, analytical departments, and industrial laboratories. The software complex is universal and enables the processing of measurement results for any object subject to analysis, including water chemistry parameters, raw materials, interim and/or end products, hygiene and sanitary conditions, environmental issues, etc...