Emerson’s 2021 virtual Ovation™ Users’ Group Conference opened with Bob Yeager, president of power & water solutions, and Rick Kephart, vice president of technology, sharing a glimpse into the expanding needs of the changing power and water industries. Bob and...
An Upstream Energy Explored article, World’s first offshore green hydrogen project on working platform shares a novel way of using an existing offshore oil & gas platform to produce hydrogen and transport it in existing pipelines.
I caught a presentation by Ana Gonzalez Hernandez, who is leading Emerson’s Environmental Sustainability programs globally across Emerson. She opened noting some of the key characteristics of this promising decarbonization solution: hydrogen is the most abundant molecule in the universe, it is the lightest element and so has low energy density per unit volume; it is a non-toxic, non-metallic, odorless, colorless and a highly combustible diatomic gas.
In the Google translation of the article, Energy carriers of the future: How companies benefit from hydrogen, Emerson’s Jörg Brahm notes there are challenges to overcome for widespread use as an energy source.
Emerson’s chief sustainability officer, Mike Train joined ARC Advisory Group’s Bob Gill in a discussion about Emerson’s greening of, greening by and greening with Emerson sustainability framework.
Distributed Energy Resource Management Systems (DERMS) expand traditional grid control capabilities to incorporate variable renewable energy sources, connected devices, and storage for comprehensive distribution utility management leveraging both supply and demand sides.
Reuters will be hosting a Data Driven Oil & Gas 2021 virtual event with Emerson’s Chief Sustainability Officer, Mike Train joining a panel including Sustainability senior executives from BP and Crestwood Equity Partners.
It is impossible to miss the shift toward more sustainable operations—driven by new social and consumer expectations—in nearly every industry across the globe. Chemical producers are no exception, as industry leaders take advantage of digital technologies and expanded...
A range of pressures are forcing industrial organisations to make a strategic shift in environmental sustainability. Manufacturers must reduce greenhouse gas emissions and comply with tighter environmental legislation or risk exposure to litigation on compliance failure.
Tamara Tursijan shares how a global manufacturer with aggressive corporate goals lowering their carbon footprint, enabling low-carbon energy solutions and advocating for climate action. This manufacturer improved energy efficiency by working with the Emerson team to use wireless acoustic sensors to “listen” to each of the steam traps for leaks and failure conditions.
This sustainability-focused edition of Innovations in Process Automation magazine features an introduction by Roel Van Doren, group president of Emerson Automation Solutions global sales. Roel notes that environmental sustainability is one of the biggest challenges facing our world today.
In an Energy Engineering article, Digital twin technology transforms hydrogen production, Emerson’s Loic Charbonneau explains how digital twin technology is helping to scale up industrial PEM electrolysis hydrogen production.
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