June 2002

Misc

Options to consider when optimizing existing units

This month's issue is totally devoted to the multifaceted issues surrounding process and plant optimization. Without exception, all operating facilities are very conscious about their p..

Romanow, Stephany, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

This month's issue is totally devoted to the multifaceted issues surrounding process and plant optimization. Without exception, all operating facilities are very conscious about their performance and productivity as it relates to profitability. One way to envision optimization is "pushing" the operating envelope of a processing unit or the entire facility beyond its comfort zone. Consequently, it is often assumed that optimization projects merely involve process control projects. This assumption is so untrue. Present condition. Currently, the HPI is rebounding from a global economic slowdown. Many regions are in v

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