December 1999

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: Case studies describe how to improve steam systems efficiency

A series of steam-related case studies developed for the Office of Industrial Technologies (OIT) by Mobil Corp., documents several steam systems improvements. Mobil's approach may be able to benefit o..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

A series of steam-related case studies developed for the Office of Industrial Technologies (OIT) by Mobil Corp., documents several steam systems improvements. Mobil's approach may be able to benefit other industrial steam users since OIT describes that company as taking "the kind of systematic approach to plant energy efficiency that Best Practices promotes." The company's method involves a three-person Energy Management Team that oversees a 140-person network (Fig. 1). The network is composed of energy site specialists from divisions worldwide. One of the key activities of the network is coordinating onsite energy surveys. Members of the network ask the team to perform energy surve

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