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Top Diesel and Naphtha Producer Uses Multivariate Analytics to Reduce Flaring, Emissions

ORYX GTL Limited is a gas-to-liquids (GTL) diesel and naphtha producer located in Doha, Qatar. The company is committed to reducing its carbon production through the minimization of flaring. By implementing AspenTech´s multivariate analysis solution, Aspen ProMV®, ORYX was able to increase its diesel and naphtha yield.

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A Leading Chemical Company Boosts Revenue and Equipment Reliability with Scalable Prescriptive Maintenance

A leading chemical company with a competitive business portfolio was looking for a scalable prescriptive maintenance solution that could be deployed quickly. Aspen Mtell® has enabled them to avoid environmental health and safety issues, and also minimize their losses.

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Polymers Producer Uses Digital Process Analysis to Reduce Costs and Advance Sustainable Operations

A polymer producer that specializes in the production of raw materials for the plastics industry, including polypropylene, polyethylene and masterbatch, needed a solution that would allow them to achieve the right balance between producing high-quality products and keeping the production costs in line. The company selected Aspen ProMV®, which allowed them to automate process analysis and monitoring.

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OCP Ecuador Uses Prescriptive Maintenance to Accurately Identify Asset Failure and Reduce Maintenance Costs

OCP Ecuador is a midstream oil and gas company that transports, stores and ships crude oil. With assets installed in remote locations along its 485-kilometer pipeline, the company needed a maintenance solution that would enable them to predict and prevent equipment failures before they occurred. With Aspen Mtell® prescriptive maintenance, the company can now continuously monitor its critical assets for impending failure, using both process and mechanical data.

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Aspen Mtell® Delivers Higher Throughput, Greater Asset Availability and Lower Maintenance Costs for Veracel

Huge increases in demand mean pulp and paper manufacturers require that their equipment run more efficiently and for longer spans of time, without the need for constant maintenance oversight.

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Aspen Mtell® Delivers Higher Throughput, Greater Asset Availability and Lower Maintenance Costs for Veracel

Huge increases in demand mean pulp and paper manufacturers require that their equipment run more efficiently and for longer spans of time, without the need for constant maintenance oversight.

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Aspen Mtell® oferece maior rendimento, maior disponibilidade de ativos e um menor custo de manutenção para a Veracel

Grandes aumentos na demanda significam que os fabricantes de celulose e papel exigem que seus equipamentos funcionem com mais eficiência e por períodos mais longos, sem a necessidade de supervisão constante de manutenção.

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OCP Ecuador utiliza el mantenimiento prescriptivo para identificar con precisión las fallas de los activos y reducir sus costos de mantenimiento

En este caso de estudio, descubra cómo OCP Ecuador utilizó el mantenimiento prescriptivo para identificar con precisión las fallas de los activos y reducir los costos de mantenimiento. El retorno de inversión inicial se triplico en menos de cinco meses. OCP Ecuador tiene previsto ampliar Aspen Mtell para proteger 13 activos adicionales en un futuro próximo y planea ampliarlo a toda la empresa en los próximos años.

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MOL Group Drives Digitalization in Partnership with AspenTech

In this customer success story, learn how MOL recently added Aspen Mtell® software from the AspenONE® Asset Performance Management (APM) software suite to its portfolio of AspenTech solutions to drive efficiencies across plant operations and increase sustainability. This made a major contribution to operators in accelerating digitalization plans. Aspen Mtell has become an integral part of MOL’s strategic digitalization plan, which includes initiatives to extract increased value from its assets and increase overall plant availability to 96+ percent.

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Multivariate Statistical Analysis Finds the Bad Actors in Light Component Losses

This petrochemical company launched an Aspen ProMV™ pilot project to investigate light component losses that go to the bottom of a fractionation column and pressurize the downstream column. Using Aspen ProMV for continuous processes, a model was developed, and bad actors that are highly correlated to the light product loss were identified. Aspen ProMV’s optimization tool was also utilized to provide better operating conditions to reduce losses.

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