Posts Tagged ‘Barbara Hamilton’

Optimize Energy Consumption with Additional Monitoring

Posted in Industrial Energy & Onsite Utilities on Monday, February 1st, 2016. No comments yet
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In a quick Emerson Exchange 365 Operate & Maintain group discussion post, Plant modernization for energy efficiency and loss control, Emerson’s Barbara Hamilton alerted the community to a nice article in Control Engineering Asia magazine. The article with the same title by Emerson’s Jonas Berge describes how additional measurements in older process manufacturing and production […]

Diversity, Intelligence and Cloud-Based Expertise

Posted in Event on Monday, June 15th, 2015. No comments yet
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While Early Bird Registration for the October 12-16 Emerson Exchange Conference in Denver remains open, let’s highlight a few more presentations from the conference. Emerson’s Nikki Bishop is teaming with Shell’s Sara Hough on a presentation, Closing the Gap: Leveraging the Power of Diversity in a Technical World. Their abstract: One only needs to look […]

Optimizing Energy Consumption with Real-Time Feedback

Posted in Industrial Energy & Onsite Utilities on Tuesday, June 9th, 2015. One comment so far
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As energy prices slowly creep higher from earlier lows, the need for managing energy usage remains constant for most process manufacturers and producers. The U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy-Intensive Process Portfolio list processes in the refining, petrochemicals, chemicals, plastics metals, pulp & paper as large energy consumers. In an earlier post, Identifying Components then Optimizing […]

Register Now for the Emerson Exchange Denver Conference

Posted in Event on Monday, June 1st, 2015. No comments yet
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Early Bird registration opens today for the October 12-16, 2015 Emerson Exchange conference in Denver, Colorado. You’ll save $200 USD by registering by August 15. You can see the full list of accepted presentation abstracts here. I’ll highlight several more of the Emerson subject matter experts presenting at the conference to help give you a […]

Identifying Components then Optimizing Industrial Energy Consumption

Posted in Industrial Energy & Onsite Utilities, Pulp & Paper on Thursday, April 16th, 2015. One comment so far
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When optimizing operating costs at a production facility, the bias is toward that which can be measured. For example, the cost of chemicals additives for a process is something easily measured based upon the amount consumed. For components such as the energy to produce steam, the costs may not be so clear. Emerson’s Barbara Hamilton […]