7 Secrets to a Well-Run Plant (for Plant Managers)
In this white paper, plant managers, engineers and supervisors can learn the different ways simulations models can be used throughout the lifecycle of their plant. It focuses on seven areas you can use process simulation software (like Aspen Plus or Aspen HYSYS) for troubleshooting, process monitoring, and real time performance monitoring or real time optimization (RTO).
Manufacturing Excellence in Specialty Chemicals: Six Essential Levers
A roadmap for transforming manufacturing performance via the adoption of proven industry best practices strongly aligned to the key value drivers of specialty chemical producers. It illustrates how producers can leverage technology to enable innovative manufacturing practices that improve product quality, increase customer responsiveness, and drive cost efficiency.
Streamlining Projects with a Modular Approach
This article published in Business Standard [India], by Sunil Patel and Ron Beck, describes how E&Cs can gain a competitive advantage, achieving lower design costs (CAPEX) for clients through modular design; and using aspenONE engineering for design templates.
White Paper: Beyond Oil Digitalization-The Roadmap to Upstream Profitability
This paper discusses digital transformation in the oil patch. It explores how upstream industry leaders are capitalizing on the explosion of data and how, in particular, merging rigorous process models with both analytics and data visualization can help achieve a competitive advantage. It also reveals how innovations from AspenTech are helping to lead the way toward asset reliability and profitability.
Four Keys to Agility and Resilience for EPCs
Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) firms with a large presence in the process industries are preparing for a major disruption to their business. The now inevitable scaling back, delaying or cancelling of projects will have a tremendous effect on these companies. A top priority for EPCs, which typically operate on very thin margins and own few assets, will be preserving cash.
The Digital Twin and the Smart Enterprise
Across the globe, leading organizations are embracing and implementing advanced digital technologies. The digital transformation journey will change the nature of asset intensive industries, particularly the energy and chemicals businesses. In that context, digital twins — virtualized copies of physical assets and their operating behaviors — will play key roles. For the digital twins we create today, a key concept is the power of AI in providing insight and advice against the virtual data. Download this white paper to learn about these essential keys to your digital twin strategy:
Five Keys to Agility and Resilience through Digitalization for Upstream Oil and Gas
The upstream oil and gas sector has faced a variety of challenges such as unpredictable oil prices, changing patterns of demand and ensuring safe working conditions at remote sites. Accelerated digitalization programs, particularly those that include digital twin technology, can provide agility and resilience to better handle future market uncertainty and lay the foundation for longer term competitive advantage.
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