Jim Cahill

Jim is a 30+ year veteran with Emerson and leads Emerson Automation Solutions' global social marketing practice. He is the chief blogger of Emerson Automation Experts. Jim received his BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas and an MBA at the University of New Orleans. He began his career as a systems engineer for Conoco's offshore oil & gas production operations based out of New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Proving Coriolis Flow Measurement for Wellhead Produced Liquids

Proving Coriolis Flow Measurement for Wellhead Produced Liquids

Emerson’s Justin Hollingsworth shared a story of a Bakken shale region oil & gas producer test on the viability of using Coriolis flow meter technology at the wellhead to measure produced liquids. The Flow Control article, Wellhead flowmeter pilot test on the Bakken Formation, highlights the rigorous testing process to prove the robustness and accuracy of this technology for this challenging measurement application.

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Leading a Digital Transformation

Leading a Digital Transformation

In a recent episode, Evolution Not Revolution—Featuring Stuart Harris, Emerson’s group president of its Digital Transformation business, Stuart Harris, shares ways for manufacturers and producers to drive successful digital transformation initiatives.

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Cybersecurity and Digital Transformation

Cybersecurity and Digital Transformation

On September 14, 1pm EDT webinar, Enable a Secure Digital Transformation with your ICS, Emerson Automation Solutions’ Chief Technology Officer Peter Zornio and Director of Cybersecurity Strategy, Governance & Architecture Michael Lester team up with Dragos CEO Robert M. Lee for a conversation on how to deal with these new challenges and implement a secure digital transformation.

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Improving Refinery Emissions Management

Improving Refinery Emissions Management

In a Refiner’s Guide to Digital Transformation and Top Quartile Performance article, Control emissions to meet changing regulations, Emerson’s Ed Schodowski highlights ways technology can help minimize emissions while driving lower energy costs and reducing exposure to regulatory fines.

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Digital Transformation and Data Quality

Digital Transformation and Data Quality

Effective operational analytics for use in digital transformation initiatives requires the use of clean data. In an Automation World article, Much Ado About Data Quality, Emerson's Anil Datoo joins other suppliers in sharing his thoughts on ways to achieve the...

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Advances in Butterfly Valve Technology

Advances in Butterfly Valve Technology

In a Flow Control article, The evolution of the butterfly valve, Emerson’s Joanne Lunsford describes some of the advances to for this important technology in manufacturing and production processes.

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How Does PID Loop Dynamic Reset Limit Work?

How Does PID Loop Dynamic Reset Limit Work?

In the DeltaV discussion forum in the Emerson Exchange 365 community, there is a post, Question about Dynamic reset limit and “Use PV for bkcal” options. What caught my eye was a response by Emerson’s James Beall describing dynamic reset limiting and specifically how it is performed in the DeltaV distributed control system controller.

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This Week at the 2020 AFPM Summit

This Week at the 2020 AFPM Summit

The 2020 American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers (AFPM) Summit starts today as a virtual conference with Emerson’s Meha Jha, Tim Olsen, Julie Valentine, Doug White & Pete Sharpe share ways to improve operational performance.

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