RAPID RESPONSE INFORMATION SYSTEM
ON OIL LOGISTICS
UNEXPECTED SITUATIONS
MOSKOVOY ILYA, VICTOR ROMANOV,
KSENIA GRIGORYEVA
...
TECHNOLOGICAL COMPLEXITY
OF LOGISTICS SYSTEM
ORGANSATIONAL COMPLEXITY OF
LOGISTICS SYSTEM
Карта нефтепроводов
компании Транснефть.
PROBLEMS IN OIL LOGISTICS
• Transporting oil from oil well to refinery and after that to the client requires a
complex tra...
Pipeline break – action list
• Close the pipeline seal.
• Notify buyer.
• Repair team busy? YES or NO.
• Review possibilit...
• Oil storage is available ?
• Notify buyer.
• Open seal to continue supply.
• Calculate additional costs;
Pipeline break ...
3 main steps to minimize harmful
circumstances of oil spill
Suspend oil
products
supply
Collect
spilled oil
ASAP
Apply ran...
DEPENDENCY OF OIL VOLUME SPILL
AND SPACE OF THE AFFECTED AREAS
Up to 100 tons
of oil and oil products
on the affected terr...
Rapid Response Information System:
Operational Control Unit
Data Receiving
and
Registration
Communication
&Instrumental
Observation
Oil supply system
Problem
Situation
Analysis
Domai...
TABLES-I
contract:(sid,bid,cn, tsc, tdm, ops,avi,avi, tvd,pui, cpt, tco,san).
sid-seller id;
bid-buer id;
cn-contract numb...
TABLES-II
situation:(sti, tos, cid, tmd, tmt, eqs, loc, pnt, toe, ked, drs, sre, tsr).
sti-situation id;
tos- type of situ...
TABLES-III
• actions:(sid,cn,aid,ama,asa,an,pnt,at,atm,ad,ait,art,arv,pra,apc,app,arf,aff).
ama- agent making action,
asa-...
Business Rules
S1
a2
S3
Sn
a1
S4
a3
an
r1: local(X) ⇒ volume(X) < 100 tons
r2: municipal(X) ⇒ 100 > volume(X) < 500 tons
r...
SITUATION CALCULUS APPROACH WITH
INCOMPLETE INFORMATION FOR DECISION-MAKING
Plug_cloused:= False is taken place, and asser...
Automated planning
Automated planning – agent communication
Agent Position Role Session number- Message
type, message #
Content Recipient
Age...
Rapid Response Information System Prototype
Simulation of emergency situation
Thank you!
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Oil & Gas Transporting emergency recovering information asystem (for lease))-

INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR PLANNING ACTIONS FOR OVERCOME THE SEQUENCES OF THE OIL@ GAS TRANSPORT SYSTEMS RUPTURE
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  • 1. RAPID RESPONSE INFORMATION SYSTEM ON OIL LOGISTICS UNEXPECTED SITUATIONS MOSKOVOY ILYA, VICTOR ROMANOV, KSENIA GRIGORYEVA RUSSIAN PLEKHANOV UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS
  • 2. TECHNOLOGICAL COMPLEXITY OF LOGISTICS SYSTEM
  • 3. ORGANSATIONAL COMPLEXITY OF LOGISTICS SYSTEM
  • 4. Карта нефтепроводов компании Транснефть.
  • 5. PROBLEMS IN OIL LOGISTICS • Transporting oil from oil well to refinery and after that to the client requires a complex transportation and storage system. • • About 40% of world oil flows through pipelines which are located very far from settlements and some of them built in high-risk regions of the world. . • Terrorism. Simple explosive device could damage pipeline. It is very difficult to protect pipeline due to it’s length. Pipeline is potential terrorist target. • To fix circumstances of unexpected situation we need to apply a range of preventive measures to minimize negative impact on environment, personnel and settlements. • All these factors reflect final cost increasing of oil products.
  • 6. Pipeline break – action list • Close the pipeline seal. • Notify buyer. • Repair team busy? YES or NO. • Review possibility to rent railroad tanks.
  • 7. • Oil storage is available ? • Notify buyer. • Open seal to continue supply. • Calculate additional costs; Pipeline break – action planning (continue)
  • 8. 3 main steps to minimize harmful circumstances of oil spill Suspend oil products supply Collect spilled oil ASAP Apply range of measures to minimize environment damage
  • 9. DEPENDENCY OF OIL VOLUME SPILL AND SPACE OF THE AFFECTED AREAS Up to 100 tons of oil and oil products on the affected territory From 100 up to 500 tons oil and oil products on the affected territory From 500 up to 1000 tons of oil and oil products on the affected territory Local Municipal Regional Federal Territorial From 1000 up to 5000 tons of oil and oil products on the affected territory More than 5000 tons of oil and oil products on the affected territory
  • 10. Rapid Response Information System: Operational Control Unit
  • 11. Data Receiving and Registration Communication &Instrumental Observation Oil supply system Problem Situation Analysis Domain ontology Clients Communication Situations History Search for Similar Situations Problem Situation Resolving Plan Oil products Allocation of Resources Plan Execution Responsible Unit Choice Actions Rules Knowledge Base
  • 12. TABLES-I contract:(sid,bid,cn, tsc, tdm, ops,avi,avi, tvd,pui, cpt, tco,san). sid-seller id; bid-buer id; cn-contract number; tsc-tag of the contract subject; tdm-tag of delivery means; ops-oil product service; avi-volume of oil products type delivery per unit of time ton/day; tvd-total volume of oil products to be delivered; pui-price for unit of oil product volume type $; cpt-contact period of time; tco-total cost oil products to be delivered mln$; san-sanctions for contract condition violation.
  • 13. TABLES-II situation:(sti, tos, cid, tmd, tmt, eqs, loc, pnt, toe, ked, drs, sre, tsr). sti-situation id; tos- type of situation; cid-Contract id depended; tmd-situation date; tmt-situation time; eqs- emergency qualification sign; loc- situation location sity; pnt-geographic location position; toe- type of equipment envolved; ked-kind of equipment damage; drs- department responsible for situation; sre- sign of situation resolved; tsr- time needed.
  • 14. TABLES-III • actions:(sid,cn,aid,ama,asa,an,pnt,at,atm,ad,ait,art,arv,pra,apc,app,arf,aff). ama- agent making action, asa- agent surppresed by action, aid-action identifier, at-action type, atm-action time, ad-action description, ait-action instrument and tools, art-action resources type, arv-action resources volume, pra-precedent action, apc-action pre-condition, app-action post-condition, arf-action relational fluent, aff-action functional fluent.
  • 15. Business Rules S1 a2 S3 Sn a1 S4 a3 an r1: local(X) ⇒ volume(X) < 100 tons r2: municipal(X) ⇒ 100 > volume(X) < 500 tons r3: territorial(X) ⇒ 500 > volume(X) < 1000 tons r4: regional(X) ⇒ 1000 > volume(X) < 5000 tons r5: federal(X) ⇒ volume(X) > 5000 r1a: repair_crew(X) ⇒ volume(X) < 500 tons r2a: emergency_crew(X) ⇒ 500 < volume(X) < 5000 tons r3a: federal_crew(X) ⇒ 1000 > volume(X) > 5000 tons r1b: repair_crew(X) ⇒¬municipal(X)|territorial(X)|regional(X)|federal(X) r2b: emergency_crew(X) ⇒¬local(X)|municipal(X)|territorial(X) r3b: federal_crew(X) ⇒¬local(X)|municipal(X)|territorial(X)|regional(X)
  • 16. SITUATION CALCULUS APPROACH WITH INCOMPLETE INFORMATION FOR DECISION-MAKING Plug_cloused:= False is taken place, and assertion Is_supplying(seller/IPS, buyer/IPB, opk/TSC, pl1/PLI, avt/AVI, pui/USD,sbt/TIM, sct/TIM):=True is valid. 1.Determine all fluents for possible actions. Poss(¬) ↔ repair_crew (¬busy(repair_crew,s)). Poss(pollution(pipeline), do(a,s)↔( a=broke_pipeline)  is_supplying(pipeline)(broken(pipeline,s)  a  close_plug(pipeline,s)). Poss(penalty_calc(seller),s)↔seller suspension_supply(seller) => ready? ask => else suspend. Poss(supply_resume(seller),do(a1(do(a2,s2)) ↔(a1=direct,(a2=repair(pipeline,s) open_plug(pipeline,s2)). Poss(direct(repair_crew))repair_crew( ¬busy(repair_crew,s)). 2. Determining all types of actions in specific situations. Is_supplying(seller,do(a,s)) ↔ (a=contract(seller)  a=open_plug(pipeline,s))  (a=suspension_supply(seller)  a=supply_resume(seller). broken(pipeline,s)  suspension_supply(seller). => ready? ask => else suspend. suspension_supply(seller) ↔ penalty_calc(seller). broken(pipeline)  ¬ a2=repair(pipeline,s ( open_plug(pipeline,s2)) ↔is_leaking(opt). is_leaking(opt) ↔pollution_penalty. inform(seller/IPS,buyer/IPB,broke_pipeline suspension_supply) inform(buyer/IPB, Supply_resume). S0 S0
  • 17. Automated planning
  • 18. Automated planning – agent communication Agent Position Role Session number- Message type, message # Content Recipient Agent 9 Operations duty Distant control unit 1-Inform, #1 “pipeline rupture” Agent 7 Agent 7 Operations duty Officer Remote monitoring and control dashboard 1-Inform, #2 “pipeline rupture” Agent 4 Agent 4 Head of Deparment Infractructure Technical Service and Repair Department 1-Request, #3 “Close plug” Agent 10 Agent10 Plug Device Infrastructure 1-Inform #4 “close command executed” Agent 4 Agent 7 Operations duty Officer Remote monitoring and control dashboard 1-Inform, #5 “pipeline rupture” Agent 2 Agent 2 Sales Department Sales Manager 1-Inform, #6 “supply suspended due to рipeline rupture“ Agent 1 Agent 8 Head of crew Duty repair crew 1-Inform, #7 “repair completed” Agent 4 Agent 8 Head of crew Duty repair crew 1-Inform, #8 “not busy” Agent 4 Agent 4 Head of Deparment Infractructure Technical Service and Repair Department 1-Request # 9 “locate & repaire” Agent 8 Agent 8 Head of crew Duty repair crew 1-Inform, #10 “repair completed” Agent 4 Agent 4 Head of Deparment Infractructure Technical Service and Repair Department 1-Request #11 “open plug” Agent 10 Agent10 Plug Device Infrastructure 1-Inform #12 “open command executed” Agent 4 Agent 4 Head of Deparment Infractructure Technical Service and Repair Department 1-Inform, #13 “resuming delivery” Agent 2 Agent 2 Sales Department Sales Manager 1-Inform, #14 “supply is resuming” Agent 1 Agent 1 Client 1 Buyer according contact #1 for oil products 2-Request#15 “penalty for supply suspension” Agent 2 Agent 3 Client 2 Buyer according contact #2 for oil products 2-Request, #1 “supply volume decreasing” Agent 2 Agent 5 Client 3 Buyer according contact #3 for oil products 3- Request, #1 “contract breach” Agent 6 Agent 6 Head of Depatment Budgeting Department 3-Request #2 “penalty for contract breach” Agent 5
  • 19. Rapid Response Information System Prototype
  • 20. Simulation of emergency situation
  • 21. Thank you!

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