Alan Gray is the Editor-in-Chief of Baret News. He is fanatical about spelling and grammar, but sometimes has problems with American word usage, such as "momentarily." When told his plane will land momentarily, he expects a "touch and go" landing, not to land in a few moments!

Libyan petroleum facilities, which are ready to resume production, still face the risk of  vulnerability to terrorism.

Now that the current regime has been overthrown, Libya can begin rebuilding for the future of its citizens. A major component of Libya’s rebuilding efforts is to restore its oil production industry,” – Gregory Johnston JETprotect  CTO

Most of Libya’s oil-related assets are located in remote locations, using large areas of land for drilling operations, pipeline transportation, refinery and storage facilities. Unfortunately, these remote global locations are more difficult to secure and are susceptible to terrorist attacks and anti-government factions.

The 5 square mile oil depot is protected by four ActiveSentry™ radar units that extend 2500 meters beyond the perimeter fencing and provide intelligent.

Approaching threats by land or sea can be detected through a warning device.

This unique system replaces the need for multiple perimeter cameras, security guards and monitors resulting in low operational costs and higher revenues.

The Active Sentry and Virtual Fence Radar system facilitates constant surveillance all kinds of weather.  It can detect possible threats to the petro assets with the most reliable and cost –effective sensory awareness protection available today.” – Chuck Scifers Director of Business Development.

In addition, the importance of situational awareness and proactive threat alerts before the perimeter is breached can eliminate or significantly reduce any possible terrorist damage, saving millions of dollars in equipment, facilities and production losses,” added Scifers.

This solution works with all remote, wide-area facilities such as nuclear plants, solar farms, refineries, weapon storage, etc. as a valuable addition to existing security element.

 

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Alan Gray is the Editor-in-Chief of Baret News. He is fanatical about spelling and grammar, but sometimes has problems with American word usage, such as "momentarily."

When told his plane will land momentarily, he expects a "touch and go" landing, not to land in a few moments!