September 2008

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Climate change Viewpoint reaction In the July 2008 issue (p. 21), Hydrocarbon Processing Editor Les Kane wrote a Viewpoint editorial titled, "Climate change and computer models." What follows is a sa..

Climate change Viewpoint reaction In the July 2008 issue (p. 21), Hydrocarbon Processing Editor Les Kane wrote a Viewpoint editorial titled, "Climate change and computer models." What follows is a sampling of the reactions to the editorial we received from readers: A polite dissent I expect that Mr. Kane's beautifully written editorial on the subject of climate change has been well-received by his audience of industry professionals and executives. His references to the challenges faced in the use of predictive models for real-time control and optimization in our own industry is a perfect setup to discredit the advanced modeling work of countless scientists worldwide—after all,

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