February 2016

Special Report: Clean Fuels and the Environment

Add power to environmental real-time data through analytics

Advancements in technology are delivering ever-increasing amounts of data that need to be processed and acted upon.

Black, P., Wood Group Mustang

Advancements in technology are delivering ever-increasing amounts of data that need to be processed and acted upon. In the world of downstream oil and gas, including refining and petrochemicals, the amount of information being generated is rapidly expanding. New systems are delivering increasing volumes of data, providing a wider variety of information sources and producing measurements at a higher pace. In addition to increased measurements, instruments are now able to provide increased diagnostic information. These technological advances are spurring the development of advanced analytics tools necessary to process the data and drive operational efficiency improvements. As big data tools b

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