Sun Oil Limited, headquartered in the Bahamas, has selected AC2 to provide an integrated network of TPVision systems across their diverse Eastern Caribbean assets to manage all truck and ship loading. The Sun Oil assets were previously owned by Shell Oil and many were not automated. With TPVision, Sun Oil has taken a definitive step to improve product inventory accounting within their entire commercial network. Product sales and inventory movements are coordinated in real-time with Sun Oil’s ERP system so the commercial and operational teams are working in tandem.
Enable Midstream Partners selected AC2’s TPVision terminal management system for multiple sites across Oklahoma, Louisiana and Texas. They have selected AC2 which gives them maximum value in regards to price, technology and service. TPVision replaced Schneider’s G3 system. The TPVision terminal management system will assist Enable in operating and managing their strategically located midstream assets while serving key markets.
Apex Oil has committed to retrofit all twenty-two (22) U.S.-based petroleum terminals with AC2's next generation terminal management system, TPVison™. TPVision is the industry's top choice for managing liquid product movements and logistics workflow within the Apex Oil supply chain. For over 20 Years Apex Oil has partnered with AC2 for their terminal automation needs.
Apex IT Director, Dave Paul, states “We have a variety of processes across our business and AC2’s technology has performed steadily and provides us with the flexibility we need to operate effectively. We are extremely happy with AC2’s customer support. Whether it is a software issue or operational support, they are always there when we need them, day or night.”
Kinder Morgan Terminals Division has contracted with AC2 to provide TPVision, AC2’s next generation terminal management system, at multiple sites in the southeast region. AC2’s technology and expertise with managing plant workflows to load and unload trucks and rail cars with gasoline, diesels, heavy oil and specialty chemical products. AC2’s closed-loop paperless work order process allows product shippers to schedule, load and ship product orders using industry standard Electronic Data Interchange (EDI).
AC2 has completed a project in North Carolina with a well-known Texas renewable fuel blender. This company provides a pipeline operator with biodiesel storage and metered injection into a well-known east coast product pipeline. AC2’s TPVision terminal management system manages truck offloads at the facility with the field-based touch screen MPanels. TPVision provides a suite of reports of product offloaded, tank inventory and product injected in the pipeline via PLC and Omni flow computers. AC2’s on-going dedication to providing the highest level of service to customers is a key aspect in the development and maintenance of the company’s long-term relationships with its industry leading affiliates.
The Alberta-based crude oil and natural gas liquids transportation company has selected AC2’s TPVision terminal management system to automate the truck loading processes at their Empress, AB facility. TPVision is fully integrated with Pembina’s CVMS commercial platform and manages loading the trucks with CVMS orders. Pembina has standardized on AC2 terminal management at multiple facilities throughout Canada.
Rubis West Indies is a market leader in the Eastern Caribbean specializing in distributing high quality products including petroleum and aviation fuels, and LPG. Rubis, a French company, entered the Caribbean market place after purchasing the Chevron-Texaco assets in the region. Rubis has selected AC2 to implement the TPVision terminal management system at their greenfield site in Suriname. Rubis TPVision will provide order scheduling and rack authorization for truck loading. Additionally, TPVision will provide additional terminal automation services with TPVision by reporting tank inventory and jetty valve status as reported by the facility PLC.
AC2 has recently partnered with a well-known Canadian based midstream marketer and blending operator in Oklahoma. AC2 has provided the TPVision terminal management system at two separately managed facilities. AC2 has integrated butane railcar offloading at one site with truck deliveries at the second site which is a pipeline blending site. AC2’s Rail Movement Management software allows the rail site operator to “Check-In” the railcars to the facility. TPVision provides the tools to manage the product quantity and quality of each railcar before transloading into trucks. The truck BOL information is synchronized with TPVision at the blend site where the truck driver uses AC2 MPanel field-based Data Entry Units to place the product into storage.