On Demand Webinar

The Drive to Net Zero: The Key Role of Digital Technology in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) will be an essential pathway as industries move to net zero. The ability to handle CO2 at both emission sources and directly from air, together with long-term storage in the subsurface, make CCS a crucial part of the energy transition.

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主宰双重挑战

在不损害未来世代的可持续发展又满足当下人们生活的水平的需求,需要在卓越运营和可持续性之间取得平衡。观看此视频,了解新的AspenTech如何用专业的数字解决方案帮助您克服这些挑战,这些解决方案专注于为所有人创造可持续的未来。

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Mastering the Dual Challenge

Meeting the demands of today without compromising the expectations of tomorrow will require a balance between operational excellence and sustainability. View this video and learn how the new AspenTech is ready to help you overcome these challenges with proven, digital solutions that are focused on creating a sustainable future for all.

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Optimizing Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage to Meet Ambitious Sustainability Goals

The race to a zero-carbon future is on. Global oil and gas, petrochemical and chemical companies have announced ambitious carbon mitigation, plastics re-use and water conservation targets. Carbon capture and storage (CCS) and carbon capture and utilization (CCU) are key technologies to help companies reach their sustainability goals.

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Solving your Dual Challenge through Innovation and Expertise

AspenTech is excited to announce the integration of OSI, Inc. and E&P Software, providing new capabilities including Digital Grid Management and Subsurface Science & Engineering. See how the new AspenTech delivers proven results that support your Dual Challenge, meeting the needs of a higher standard of living for a rapidly growing population while achieving your sustainability and profitability goals.

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The New AspenTech

We welcome OSI and Geological Simulation Software businesses to AspenTech.

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Subsurface Science & Engineering Solutions for Carbon Capture

Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS) has the potential to play a key role in reducing emissions, and permanently storing the captured CO2 in the subsurface makes it an essential part of the solution. However, storing the carbon has its challenges, ranging from assessing geologic reservoirs to containment for permanent and safe storage, among others.

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