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Capital Projects Are Making a Comeback, But Are EPC Firms Ready?

This article describes how engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) firms are now forging ahead as the industry recovers from years of cutting costs to scale resources back up as the volume and size of projects increase.

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Bringing the Power of Industrial AI to the Chemical Industry

Leaders often wonder, where do we apply digital technologies to the challenges in our business? How can we chart our success? This uncertainty is understandable considering the technology’s complexity and rapid evolution, but understanding and integrating artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly critical to competitiveness in the chemical industry.

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Progressive Railroading - The Next Wave of Technological Wonders

“Automation also can help identify issues before something critical fails. Finding problems as early as possible helps improve asset management,” says CSX Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Cindy Sanborn. Read this article to learn more about CSX’s exciting project with Mtell, which uses patented machine learning technologies with industrial assets to perform predictive maintenance which no longer runs parts to failure.

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The Northern Miner - AspenTech Reduces Downtime for Mining Equipment

In today’s market, thriving in the mining industry means exploring new strategies for growth in the digital transformation era. Mining executives are seeking leading experts to help mitigate risk and lower cost. The Northern Miner recently sat down with AspenTech to discuss best practices of how a true machine learning solution has the power to transform mining.

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Digital transformation necessitates change for EPC firms

Download this article featured in EPC World, to learn how digital transformation is pushing EPC firms to tap into Industry 4.0 principles to automate their workflows, reduce engineering man-hours and collaborate globally.

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How Data Reveals the Culprits Impacting Food Production Quality

For food and beverage companies, quality mishaps during production can mean more than a literal poor taste in a customer's mouth. In addition to the potential impact on consumer safety, quality lapses can slow down production and result in money down the drain.

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On the Road to Digital

This article, featured in The Chemical Engineer, discusses why operators often struggle to know where to begin to digitally transform. AspenTech's Paige Morse outlines how many operations, particularly in specialties, have become increasingly complex as customers demand higher levels of performance and quality and a greater range of options from producers. Operators realize they need to diversify product lines to meet these increasingly sophisticated needs. Download this article to learn more.

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AspenONE MES Software Converts Data into Value for Operational Excellence

LOTTE Advanced Materials was looking for a tool that would convert data into value to drive operational excellence. In this ARC Advisory Group article, read how LOTTE chose AspenTech’s aspenONE Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) software to transform digitally, and build a robust data analytics platform. Now, LOTTE is able to lock in a visionary software implementation roadmap to optimize business processes and operations.

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When Lightning Strikes Twice

After an electrical storm stopped gas production at one of its plants, SABIC executives and reliability engineers turned to Aspen Fidelis Reliability to calculate the probability of it—or a similarly debilitating event—happening again. Read this article from Plant Services to learn more.

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Modelling for ULSD Optimisation

This article (published in PTQ Magazine) describes how the on-line coordination and optimisation of refinery process units led to a 10% increase in middle distillate production without investing in process units or equipment.

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