How Power and Process Integration Delivers Sustainable Operational Performance
26 January 2021

Sponsor: Schneider Electric

Refining and petrochemical producers face increased pressure to maximize margins while meeting sustainability targets. For any manufacturing operation, a resilient, dependable process control system and electrical system is critical. In this webinar, learn how integrating data into a single window for both process performance and electrical power consumption delivers performance, productivity and ultimately, profit gains.

Join James Ladd and Shebin Jalal to hear how combining electrical and process information can:

  • Give operators unified visibility to what is happening so they can decide on the next best action.
  • Respond to changing process conditions or power consumption conditions to maintain production.
  • Track and trend power consumption to identify potential equipment malfunction and wear.
  • Easily understand power usage to uncover energy saving opportunities
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Global Hydrogen Update: Charting a Course for a Low Carbon Future
25 January 2021

In the midst of the energy transition, hydrogen stands apart as a versatile alternative fuel, which can be utilized in a wide range of situations. Join the Gulf Energy Information research team as they review the following:

  • the current state of the hydrogen market
  • assess the development status of key projects around  the globe
  • discuss the policies and regulatory factors shaping the future development of this vital market segment.

With researchers based in London, Houston and Mumbai, Gulf Energy Information is your market intelligence source for the international energy industry, with project insights covering Hydrogen, Gas Processing/LNG, Refining/Petrochemicals, Renewables and Oil & Gas Pipelines.

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Looking Past the Pandemic: How Downstream is Moving Forward
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25 January 2021

As the world’s economy works to recover from the demand destruction seen over this past year, the research team from Global Energy Infrastructure will look at how the refinery and petrochemical industries have worked to survive and progress. In this webcast the team will review the following:

  • The energy transition and its effect on the current industry
  • Existing refinery futures
  • Projects on the horizon
  • Integrated projects
  • Regional lockdowns
  • Emerging technologies

In addition, the team will cover how different regions are working through the pandemic in unique and varying ways including, to government restrictions, industry demand changes and other factors.

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Managing Safety and Sustainability in a New Economic Reality
20 January 2021

Sponsor: AspenTech

The global pandemic has disrupted the process industries as never before. Shifting market demands and an increasingly remote workforce are challenging companies to operate safely, efficiently and profitably. At the same time, they cannot lose sight of their long-term sustainability goals. Fortunately, advances in technology are helping downstream, upstream and chemical leaders not just adapt, but find new ways to improve operations, reduce risk and create value—all while driving toward a safer, more sustainable business.

Join AspenTech experts for a timely, informative webinar as they discuss how asset owners and operators can leverage digital innovations to:

  • Improve visibility across the organization to make faster, smarter decisions
  • Empower remote users with the tools to optimize operations from anywhere
  • Identify issues well in advance to ensure asset integrity, maximize uptime
  • Use data analytics to identify improvements and reduce environmental impact

Discover how breakthrough technologies such as digital twins, AI and prescriptive maintenance can be used strategically to sustain operations in any market condition.

There will be a Q&A session following the event. We encourage you to join the conversation by submitting questions when registering.

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COVID-19 and the Energy Industry – A Transitory Shock or New Path?
8 December 2020

Sponsor: AspenTech

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused acute disruptions the world over. The energy sector, in particular, has been severely impacted raising questions like:

  • How have collapsed oil prices affected investment decisions and strategic priorities?
  • What measures have companies taken to reduce the stress on their business, finance and people?
  • What changes are more temporary versus permanent?
  • How have digitalization initiatives been impacted?


These are just some of the questions that Crystol Energy and AspenTech have tackled in an online survey, and now we’re ready to share the findings. 

Please join Lee Nichols, Editor in Chief of Hydrocarbon Processing, as he hosts a lively discussion with Dr. Carole Nakhle, CEO, Crystol Energy, and Ron Beck, Energy Industry Director, AspenTech. Together, they’ll discuss the results and provide their own unique insight on the current situation facing the energy industry. 

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HPI Outlook 2021: What Does 2021 Hold for the Downstream HPI?
4 December 2020

Join the editors of Hydrocarbon Processing as they present the downstream’s most trusted industry forecast. During the webcast, hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) professionals will gain expert insight into the 2021 spending and activities of the global HPI. During the event, the editors will present projections for capital, maintenance and operating expenditures for the refining, petrochemicals and gas processing/LNG industries for 2021 and how the global pandemic is shaping spending patterns in the future. They will also highlight economic, environmental and industry trends impacting spending for the year ahead. The webcast will also include a Construction Boxscore Database overview of project activities in the refining, petrochemical and natural gas/LNG industries throughout the world.

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Digitalization and the Transition to Zero Carbon
1 December 2020

Sponsor: AspenTech 

Will your current technology help you achieve a zero-carbon future?  As industry leaders look for ways to reduce their carbon footprint, there are strategies energy companies can employ now to reduce their carbon intensity. 

Please join Hydrocarbon Processing Editor-in-Chief Lee Nichols and industry experts Vikas Dhole, VP of Product Management, Aspen Technology, Inc., and Ron Beck, Director of Marketing Strategy, Aspen Technology, Inc., as they discuss how advancements in digital technology play a significant, immediate role in the zero-carbon journey.  Hear how you can:

  • Accelerate enterprise-wide energy efficiency strategies
  • Dramatically reduce methane, carbon and other harmful emissions
  • Substitute renewables as a power source in asset operation
  • Improve carbon capture and utilization efforts
  • Leverage digital twins, hybrid models and other innovations to meet sustainability targets

All energy industry professionals involved in sustainability initiatives should attend.  There will be a Q&A session following the event. We encourage you to join the conversation by submitting questions when registering.

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How Pan American Energy Captured Value Using AI for Early Fault Detection
17 November 2020

Sponsor: AspenTech

Refining and petrochemicals producers face increased pressure to maximize margins while improving safety and sustainability. In this webinar, learn how Pan American Energy implemented a predictive maintenance solution powered by artificial intelligence to predict critical equipment failures – giving time back to production and reducing operational risk.

Hear from Javier Mascheroni from Pan American Energy to learn how the company uses predictive maintenance to:

  • Lead the digital transformation journey at the Campana refinery
  • Provide up to 46 days’ notice of failures on critical equipment
  • Determine the best time to perform repairs to maximize productivity and minimize risk
  • Rapidly deploy Autonomous Agents on other assets to scale across the enterprise

Join us for this live webinar with Q&A and discover how predictive maintenance technology can improve the safety and sustainability of your operations.

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