August 2000

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BP Amoco plc, Harwell, UK, and AEA Technology-Hyprotech have formed a multimillion-dollar business and technology alliance. Hyprotech Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of AEA Technology plc, is a leadin..

Stephens, F. P., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

BP Amoco plc, Harwell, UK, and AEA Technology-Hyprotech have formed a multimillion-dollar business and technology alliance. Hyprotech Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of AEA Technology plc, is a leading supplier of engineering software to the oil, petrochemical, pharmaceutical and fine chemicals industries. The long-term initiative will help BP Amoco achieve its enterprise-technology goals of maximized efficiency and profitability while emphasizing business processes by which AEA Technology software and services can add value at all levels. It is believed that the alliance management team will succeed in implementing a more efficient use of simulation technology in existing and grassroot pl

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