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Engineering of TANAP’s pipeline security system completed

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World Pipelines,

As reported by TANAP, a detailed engineering for pipeline security system (PSS) action that was partly funded by the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) has been successfully completed.

The scope of the detailed engineering for PSS action encompassed the design of all security sub-systems which collectively form the PSS, these being:

  • Intrusion detections systems, which employ buried fibre optical cables and fence mounted fibre optical cables for detection of intruders.
  • Security CCTV for visual detection and validation of intruders.
  • Access control systems for control and monitoring of personnel within zoned site areas.
  • Digital voice recorder used for the recording of essential voice communication.

The timely completion of the detailed design enabled the completion of all sub-system factory acceptance tests to be achieved on time and within project schedules.

The final report illustrates the progress and success of the detailed engineering for PSS and will be presented to INEA by 30 June 2017.

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