Tory Technologies Inc. is pleased to announce that Marathon Pipe Line LLC (MPL) has launched a project to implement MaCRoM® for its state-of-the-art Pipeline Operations Center facilities in Findlay, OH.
MaCRoM is a specialized Control Room Management (CRM) web application software, developed by Tory Technologies, Inc., to help pipeline operators support, document, and manage all their control room activities, as per API 1168 recommendations.
As part of its commitment to the safe operation of its pipelines, one of MPL’s priorities has been to implement a robust and reliable Control Room Management system. MaCRoM fulfills MPL’s requirements to support control room processes and procedures, as well as to facilitate the interaction of the control room with the entire organization.
“We, at Tory-Tech, are very pleased to have the opportunity to work with Marathon Pipe Line on this strategic project and make MaCRoM part of their operation. It is our vision to continue ensuring that the application helps them achieve their goals for a safe, compliant, and secure operation,” said René Varón, President and CEO of Tory Technologies.
MPL is owned by MPLX LP, a midstream master limited partnership sponsored by Marathon Petroleum Corporation (MPC), a leading, integrated, downstream energy company headquartered in Findlay, Ohio. MPC operates the nation’s largest refining system, with more than 3 million barrels per day of crude oil capacity across 16 refineries. MPC owns and operates gathering, processing, and fractionation assets, as well as crude oil and light product transportation and logistics infrastructure.
Tory Technologies, Inc., also known as Tory-Tech, is a Houston-based corporation founded in 2012, that designs, develops, integrates, and deploys intuitive corporate software solutions for Control Room Management, Measuring Data Management, and corporate video streaming. Decades of expertise in software development and implementation have resulted in a unique suite of solutions specifically designed to solve critical challenges in control rooms and flow measurement departments.