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Experiences With Aspen DMC3 Builder™ Featuring ExxonMobil

Aspen DMC3 Builder is a powerful, integrated platform that is used to manage the entire lifecycle of advanced process control (APC) applications. ExxonMobil has found through recent implementations that this tool provides an extremely positive experience for both new and experienced APC engineers and has plans to migrate all controllers across the enterprise. Join ExxonMobil’s APC experts, Dave Hokanson and Philippe D'Hooghe, to learn about the powerful new features within Aspen DMC3 Builder that are the keys to success on those applications.

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Increase Production and Reliability in Upstream Operations using AspenTech's Advanced Process Control Solution

Most upstream assets have large untapped benefits that AspenTech's advanced process control (APC) technology can unlock through mitigation of slugging effects, optimizing well production and improving energy efficiency. These benefits offer 2-5 percent improvement in production and up to 10 percent reduction in energy usage. AspenTech customers currently using APC in upstream assets report millions of dollars per year in benefits from a single application. This webinar discusses the benefits and application examples of APC in upstream processes.

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The Importance of Regulatory Control within Model Predictive Control

Regulatory control design has a significant effect on the overall performance of Model Predictive Control and should not be ignored. With over 35 years of experience implementing Advanced Process Control, Industry Expert Mark Darby shares his wealth of knowledge on the importance of regulatory control.

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See How Aspen Watch Performance Monitor Keeps You Up to Speed

Aspen Watch Performance Monitor provides real-time monitoring and diagnostic information to help engineers and operators focus on the problems that erode margins. During this on-demand webinar, Joep Bazelmans of SABIC-Europe will share his methods and suggestions for implementing custom KPIs, helping you keep an eye on performance.

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How ExxonMobil Uses Aspen DMC3 Builder to Capture More APC Benefits

Leading companies rely on a powerful integrated platform to manage the entire lifecycle of their Advanced Process Control (APC) applications. Download this on-demand webinar and learn how ExxonMobil used key Aspen DMC3 Builder capabilities to improve APC performance, increase production and reduce energy consumption.

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On-Demand Webinar: What’s New in aspenONE® V11 APC

With the introduction of centralized performance monitoring in aspenONE APC V11, organizations can improve operating margins across the enterprise by providing greater visibility into APC benefits and performance. New non-linear capabilities in Aspen DMC3™ enable you to extend controller features and functionality to non-linear processes.

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TOTAL Mitigates Corrosion while Maximizing Benefits with Advanced Process Control

In this webinar, Sebastien Osta, APC Specialist at TOTAL, explains how TOTAL used AspenTech’s APC solution to control corrosion mechanism in real time using Aspen IQ and advanced process control, increase process equipment run-length, and bring benefits of $2M -$9M USD per year by reducing overhead CDU temperature.

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Increasing LNG Production and Gas Plant Yields by 2-5% with Advanced Process Control

LNG facilities are typically constrained by refrigeration capacity which is affected by many factors, predominantly ambient conditions. Due to the highly interactive nature of the liquefaction process and small feasible operating envelope, consistently maximizing production poses a challenge for LNG operators. Join Andrew Taylor, Principal Advanced Process Control (APC) Consultant at Greenfern Dynamics, for this on-demand webinar to learn about typical benefit areas and mechanisms associated with APC.

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Building Effective Seed Models for Adaptive Process Control

John Campbell (AspenTech) shares how to use seed models (less than perfect models based on historical data or similar processes) to shorten the time before a controller is turned on to accrue benefits earlier and potentially develop multiple controllers at once (in parallel).

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Adaptive Modeling for Shifting Process Conditions featuring Chevron

Learn from Chevron's experience with Adaptive Process Control and how it can deliver continuous benefts throughtout the entire controller lifecycle.

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