Next Generation of APC Delivers Benefits for Ethylene Manufacturer
Learn how Qenos, an Austrailian ethylene manufacturer, used Aspen DMC3 to revamp a demethaniser controller with very limited resources and achieved a 5-10% increase in cold end throughput, a 40% reduction in variability in overhead methane, and a 20% reduction in tower dP.
Eni Develops New APC Application and Achieves Significant Benefits - All Within 6 Weeks
Find out how global energy company Eni uses AspenTech’s innovative Adaptive Process Control to pilot new applications, optimize performance, and reduce maintenance time and effort.
Petrochemical Production Facility Drives Value and Maximizes Return with Non-linear APC
Non-linear Advanced Process Control (APC) improved SCG’s product stability and quality, minimized variations, and enabled enhanced transition strategies.
Case Study: Chevron Employs APC Best Practices to Get Controllers Online Faster After Unit Turnarounds
Discover how Chevron overcame the challenge of rapidly returning APC controllers to service after unit turnarounds. Using aspenONE APC applications, Chevron reduced the effort required to maintain controller models. In addition to this, Chevron saved thousands of dollars for each day the controller would have been offline.
Braskem Implements Aspen DMC3 to Deploy Controllers in Just Two Weeks and Immediately Accrues Benefits
Braskem is the largest petrochemical company in Latin America, the leading producer of polypropylene in the United States, and the eighth-largest resin producer worldwide. Braskem used Adaptive Process Control within Aspen DMC3 to deploy controllers in just two weeks to start accruing benefits immediately. The benefits included lowered energy usage by 20%, increased production rates and reduced process variability. Download this case study today to learn more about the benefits Braskem realized by using Aspen DMC3 and discover how to achieve these benefits at your organization.