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Optimizing LNG Plant Projects and Process Operations

Posted in Oil & Gas, Project Services on Wednesday, September 26th, 2012. 2 comments so far
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While the energy markets continue to adjust to the growing supplies of natural gas through increasing shale gas production, project and operational goals around shorter schedules, faster startups, and maximized production rates remain constant. I caught up with Emerson’s Sudhir Jain, a Senior Oil & Gas Consultant on the Industry Solutions team. Sudhir noted that […]

Guidelines for Engineering Wireless Instrumentation

Posted in Project Services, Wireless on Monday, December 13th, 2010. One comment so far
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I caught up with Emerson’s Dan Daugherty, whom you may recall from earlier digital bus and wireless-related posts. Dan has been focusing his efforts on WirelessHART project implementation practices over the past year. Much like the introduction of various fieldbuses led to the need for design guidelines to better incorporate these technologies into automation projects, […]

A Structured FLNG Project Delivery Approach

Posted in Oil & Gas, Project Services on Thursday, November 12th, 2009. No comments yet
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Emerson South Korea general manager, Patrick Deruytter was in Austin recently. You may recall Patrick from earlier posts about large FPSO projects being performed there. He has an upcoming presentation at FLNG Project Advancement on accelerating FLNG (floating liquefied natural gas) project delivery using a main automation contractor approach. For those unfamiliar with FLNG, it […]

Asset Criticality Drives Proactive Maintenance Approach

Posted in Asset Optimization, Plant Equipment on Monday, February 16th, 2009. 2 comments so far
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One of the best parts of authoring the Emerson Process Experts blog is some of the conversations that follow in phone calls and emails. These can happen even years after a post has been published. A good example is one that sparked from the post, What is Your Reactive Maintenance Percentage? I received an email […]