June 2002

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: Creating more value in capital projects

Most HPI plants are built to the best standards available to the respective project managers and design engineers. Most are highly varied in design, equipment fabrication, construction..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Most HPI plants are built to the best standards available to the respective project managers and design engineers. Most are highly varied in design, equipment fabrication, construction, operations and maintenance. This cost of variation seems recurring and yet is avoidable, according to the Process Industry Practices (PIP) consortium. Founded in 1993, PIP is continuing its efforts to encourage owners, ECCs and vendors to accept and use common practices for the design and construction of process facilities. At it recent annual meeting, the initiative presented implementation success stories from member compani

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