Asset Optimization

AspenTech Blog
Digital Transformation

April 17, 2018

Digital Transformation: Where is the Value?

As companies look to realize the maximum benefits of knowledge automation, it's critical to focus on enabling "digital workers."


March 27, 2018

LNG: It Takes a Village

A diverse group of LNG professionals gathered recently to explore the ways they can leverage new digital technology to improve their asset-heavy businesses.

CERAWeek 2018

March 13, 2018

Technology Is Driving Value – Observations From CERAWeek 2018

Machine learning, big data and analytics are disrupting the upstream industry — and creating opportunities to achieve sustained operational excellence.

New Revenue Streams

March 05, 2018

EPCs: Find New Revenue in O&M

Here are six ways EPCs can leverage their existing modeling skills to optimize the operation of plants and bring in new business for their firms.

CERAWeek 2018

March 01, 2018

Technology Convergence Comes to a "Tipping Point"

At CERAWeek 2018, we'll be exploring how advancements such as machine learning are helping energy companies achieve asset optimization and maximize profitability.

Standardized Design Is a CAPEX-Cutter

February 15, 2018

Standardized Design Is a CAPEX-Cutter

With the right software technology infrastructure in place, upstream companies can reduce costs by 50 percent or more.

Lower For … Ever? After Cutting CAPEX, Producers Optimize OPEX

January 18, 2018

Lower For … Ever?

In a challenging economic environment, where can executives look for relief? Asset reliability and maintenance are becoming key value drivers, thanks to big data technologies, analytics and machine le...

Looking Beyond the Buzz

January 11, 2018

Industry 4.0: Looking Beyond the Buzz

At our first South Africa Conference in Johannesburg, we explored how companies are harnessing digital technologies to achieve maximum returns.

Next Generation Engineers in Data Science

January 04, 2018

Next-Generation Engineers and Data Science — The New Industrial Revolution

As organizations embrace new approaches to asset management and maintenance, what does it mean for the engineers that keep the systems running?