Gunter, J.

ExxonMobil Fuels & Lubricants Co., Houston, Texas

John Gunter has worked for ExxonMobil for 31 yr, specializing in advanced process control with recent contributions to the deployment of operator guidance tools, such as abnormal event detection and procedural operations technologies. He has worked in technologies related to fuel and lubricant additives, neo acids, oxygenated fluids, polypropylene, metallocene linear low-density polyethylene films, and refining. He now works in a business planning role where new energy efficiency improvements and emissions mitigation opportunities are evaluated to support the company’s goals. Mr. Gunter earned an MS degree in chemical engineering from the University of Maryland, A. James Clark School of Engineering, where he conducted pioneering research in the application of partial least squares to compositional analysis for biosensors.

Enterprise-wide energy efficiency fleet monitoring tool

Trivedi, K., ExxonMobil Global Projects; Nehete, S., ExxonMobil Chemical Operations Pvt. Ltd.; Gunter, J., ExxonMobil Fuels & Lubricants Co.

In response to challenges related to global warming, climate change and greenhouse gas emissions, numerous countries are adopting regulatory measures requiring industry to further improve energy efficiency.