Accelerate Projects with Data-Centric Engineering
The successful execution of engineering projects requires intense collaboration among multi-discipline teams, but manual data handoffs often lead to errors, inconsistencies and delays that can derail a project.
Subsurface Science & Engineering Product Overview
Global energy companies trust the AspenTech® Subsurface Science & Engineering portfolio to solve their most complex exploration and production challenges while reducing geological risks and minimizing impact on the environment. Get a quick look at our products, with QR codes linking to more details. Download now.
Unlocking New Value Through APC and Scheduling Synergies
To chemical and polymer manufacturers, achieving site optimization and resiliency to disruptions is key to meeting the world's ever-changing demand. Take a deep dive look into the flywheel effect of how Advanced Process Control (APC) and Scheduling synergies takes manufacturing sites to another level of performance and resilience. Leverage both of these crucial layers together to multiply the benefits of each other.
Aspen Epos is the data platform that underpins AspenTech® Subsurface Science & Engineering (SSE) solutions. From a single project to a network of shared data, the open, innovative Aspen Epos data management infrastructure empowers multi-disciplinary teams to collaborate on projects and interact in a common visualization environment.
Pioneering a New Era of Technology Development
As the world now faces the challenges brought by the energy transition, innovation will again play a key role as we work to remake the world’s energy system for a low- or no-carbon future, says Antonio Pietri, AspenTech's President and CEO.
Going Big With DERMS: How Public Service of New Mexico (PNM) Optimizes Large-Scale Batteries
Distributed Energy Resource Management Systems (DERMS) are quickly gaining adoption as an indispensable tool for managing the large influx of distributed energy resources (DERs). The ability to optimize and orchestrate huge numbers of DERs is essential to integrate large amounts of intermittent renewable generation while also ensuring grid reliability.
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