August 2022

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HP Flashback: Excerpts from the 1990s: Process optimization, fuel quality and environmental compliance

The future is best described in three phases: Drivers for change, current responses and projections.

Nichols, Lee, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

EnCs in year 2000 and beyond L. Tucker, January 1990 The future is best described in three phases: Drivers for change, current responses and projections. This article details the drivers for change within the next decade (e.g., changing workforce, competition, shrinking world, emphasis on quality, nature of projects, changing client approaches and technology availability), how the hydrocarbon processing industry’s engineering and construction companies are responding to these changes, and projections for the future. Implementing advanced controls with new DCSs R. Aronson and D. C. White, June 1990 In the past few years, a new generation of distributed control systems (DCSs) has appeared

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