Solutions to Keep Data Flowing in Oil & Gas Production Environments
Downtime costs for the oil and gas market are some of the highest in any industry. Whether caused by weather, human error or malicious forces, interruptions can bring global processes to a halt. Infrastructure and signaling components act as your nerve center. They must be able to constantly withstand an extremely long list of destructive elements: temperature extremes, chemicals, harsh terrain, dust, mud, oil, humidity, UV rays, fire and explosions, and electromagnetic interference—and this is exactly what Belden’s solutions are designed to do.
From infrastructure design through testing, installation and maintenance, we can help you improve automation and best practices within your oil and gas production environment. Belden solutions are built to keep information flowing safely and quickly, from spreadsheet data to maps, drilling results, reports, charts and training manuals. We offer an impressive array of products designed specifically for hardened networks—all engineered to support reliable long distances, reduced operating costs and decreased installation and maintenance time.
Belden offers a broad portfolio of ruggedized managed Ethernet switches that are engineered for...
Hirschmann Network Management Software
High-performance software enabling efficient mapping and supervision of industrial networks
Market Dynamics Facing Process Automation
Protecting process automation systems from cyberattacks has never been more important. The inability to operate or the physical destruction of infrastructure would have devastating impacts on the economy and/or public safety.
Remote Wellhead Monitoring for Oil & Gas
The entire Belden industrial Ethernet network is designed to be robust and secure, with multiple layers of redundancy at both the cable and hardware levels. Physically, this solution can withstand decades of grease, humidity, heat and moisture.
The Case for Specifying Industrial Ethernet Cable for Harsh Environments
Given many network performance problems are due to failure at the physical media layer – it is critical to ensure that components are designed and constructed to withstand the operational and environmental stressors to which they are subjected.