February 2022

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Editorial Comment: Adoption of digital technologies is a mainstay in the HPI

A few years ago, Hydrocarbon Processing started to include digital technologies in its monthly article focus.

Nichols, Lee, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

A few years ago, Hydrocarbon Processing started to include digital technologies in its monthly article focus. For decades, the publication focused on advancements in plant automation, instrumentation and process controls; however, the industry’s digital transformation opened new possibilities and technologies to optimize maintenance, operations, safety, reliability, sustainability and profitability. Digital transformation within the refining and petrochemical industries has significantly changed not only how plants operate but also how they are design and constructed. The increasing adoption of digital technologies made it imperative to showcase how these advancements are enabling refiners

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