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HP Integration Strategies: 3D-design tools help EPCs and owner-operators alike

The wide diversity of energy market requirements, potential power sources and enabling technologies drives strong demand for design/build/operate solutions for projects in the hydrocarbon processing i..

The wide diversity of energy market requirements, potential power sources and enabling technologies drives strong demand for design/build/operate solutions for projects in the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) and other energy sectors. These projects require engineering design solutions that span multiple engineering disciplines and applications, from plant and facility design, process simulation, equipment design, mechanical, electrical and controls design, collaborative engineering, data model management and version control, to document and drawing management. As projects become larger and more complex, engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) companies have become much more dep

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