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Nolan Oils upgrade to EAP Tanker Loading Package

European Automation Projects have recently completed the installation of the iSupervisor TAS tanker loading package complete with iMonitor tank gauging system for Nolan Oils depot close to Bicester. The company have replaced two legacy systems, one for tank gauging, and a separate one for tanker loading with a combined web… Read more…

21 March, 2014


LNG Terminal Automation Systems in China

EA Projects global terminal automation system suppliers have recently completed the on-site commissioning of their third iSupervisor LNG TAS in Guangdong Province in the People’s Republic of China. The latest iSupervisor LNG terminal automation system (TAS) installation controls tanker loading across ten loading bays, with continuous measurement of pressure, density,… Read more…

4 December, 2013


French Language TAS for African Market

EA Projects have recently delivered their first terminal automation system into the African market. A French language version of the iSupervisor TAS has been developed and supplied to a national oil company in the first of a series of projects with a major instrumentation supplier. The web based system has… Read more…

31 October, 2013


Web based TAS for Craggs Energy

EA Projects have recently completed the supply and commissioning of a terminal automation system platform including fully automated tanker loading and tank gauging system for Craggs Energy at their new depot in Sheffield UK. The company were commissioned to supply a turnkey terminal automation system (TAS) solution for Craggs including… Read more…

15 September, 2013


Heltor choose iMonitor Tank Gauging System

Heltor based in Devon and Cornwall are the latest fuel oils distributor to install the European Automation Projects iMonitor tank gauging system. The system has been installed at the Heathfield Terminal located close to the town of Newton Abbott across all storage and bunkering tanks. EA Projects used guided wave… Read more…

30 June, 2013


iSupervisor tanker loading system selected by Par Petroleum

Par Petroleum have recently commissioned European Automation Projects to upgrade the tanker loading system at their Houghton-le-Spring depot. The company chose the iSupervisor tanker loading system to control their four arm bottom loading skid which is used to load fuel oils onto both rigid and articulated tankers. The company now have the… Read more…

10 May, 2013


Further Investment in EAP Terminal Automation by Saksa Fuels

Saksa Fuels, a leading Bulgarian petroleum company, has recently invested in web based terminal automation for their new terminal close to the city of Ruse on the river Danube in Bulgaria. After development of a substantial TAS package by European Automation Projects for their terminal in Novi Iskar, close to Sofia,… Read more…

19 April, 2013


EA-Projects release terminal automation bio-blending system module

EA-Projects have developed iBlend a bolt on module to the iSupervisor terminal automation platform which supports both rack and in-tank blending functions. The ability to blend both bio-ethanol and bio-diesel on site is rapidly becoming a basic requirement for the storage terminal operator due to environmental, and legislative reasons. The… Read more…

19 March, 2013


Terminal Automation System Upgrade for Linton Fuel Oils London

Linton Fuel Oils one of the leading fuel oils suppliers in London have recently invested in the overhaul of the terminal automation system at their Wandsworth depot. The company selected European Automation Projects to handle the complete installation. The project required an upgrade of a seven arm bottom loading skid… Read more…

7 February, 2013


Installation of EAP Soft TAS for Goff Petroleum

European Automation Projects have recently completed the installation of the EAP Soft terminal automation system platform (TAS) at all Goff Petroleum storage locations. Several of the sites were running different legacy systems and so the introduction of the EAP Soft platform using the latest web based technologies has standardised the… Read more…

3 December, 2012