January 2005

Special Report: Gas Processing Developments

Achieving world-class operating performance

Apply appropriate reliability and operating improvement techniques in an integrated process to match plant capabilities

Price, B. C., Black & Veatch

B. M. PRICE, Polaris Veritas, Inc., Houston, Texas       Comments? Write: editorial@HydrocarbonProcessing.com It is often suggested that one specific process, technique, approach or methodology holds the key to success in improving operational efficiency in refineries and process plants. Since each location differs, each improvement initiative starts from a different point with varying timeframes for completion. Our belief is that there is no ?one technique? or ?one right way.? These single-dimensional approaches h

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