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Published By: Schneider Electric     Published Date: Nov 21, 2017
Measure, empower and improve your continuous improvement process in your gas plant and maximize operational profitability.
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smart control, empowered operators, optimized assets, future of automation, reliability, safety, cybersecurity, operational profitability, ecostruxure plant, process automation, natural gas, natural gas plant
    
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Published By: Drillinginfo     Published Date: Nov 06, 2015
In the DI Expert series, we cover a broad range of topics to appeal to the working interests of oil and gas professionals around the globe. From a piece inspired by a Mud Logger’s “Ask Me Anything” on Reddit, to an article that explores the frustrations and issues surrounding most oil and gas software, this edition introduces analyses that are sure to stimulate great discussion points among colleagues in all disciplines of the industry. We also reveal the greatest driver of oilfield innovation and value in the 21st Century, and highlight the prolific counties that account for over half of all oil and natural gas production in the U.S.
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oil and gas, oil and gas software, oilfield innovation, drillinginfo
    
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Published By: ABB     Published Date: Mar 21, 2019
Many in the United States’ power generation industry no doubt long for the relative market tranquility of the late 20th century. The generation plants built and operated then were carbon-fueled or nuclear-powered, with a few hydro-electric plants sprinkled in. The economics were largely stable and predictable, often thanks to regulation that shielded utilities from market fluctuations. But even in those simpler times, when the market was far less volatile, there was still much due diligence required when investors and developers were considering multi-milliondollar commitments in new generation projects. Today’s market is more volatile, due in large part to the disruptive effect of low-cost natural gas and the subsequent, rapid growth of affordable renewable energy. As more uneconomical and inefficient generation plants go offline, there is, for the most part, sufficient carbon-free or carbon-reduced generation to meet the growing demand for electric energy. There are pockets of growth
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Published By: Motorola Solutions     Published Date: Jun 24, 2019
At Motorola Solutions, our purpose is simple; we create mission-critical communication solutions to help our customers build safer cities and thriving communities. That’s why we recently acquired Avigilon, an industry leader in video, access control and video analytics solutions, in our ongoing effort to provide trusted security solutions to our customers to help them be their best in the moments that matter. In the modern world of utilities, when it comes to providing electricity to light the family kitchen, transporting clean drinking water across many miles to the tap, or delivering the natural gas that heats the oven — everything must follow a process. At the frontline of ensuring these processes remain consistent, is having the ability to instantly know when an incident occurs that can disrupt the critical work that needs to be done. Avigilon access control and video management software is available to help utility operations ensure their critical processes are protected, so servi
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Published By: SAP     Published Date: Mar 22, 2016
Experts say the demand for electricity, natural gas, and water will double or triple as billions of people join the digital economy, and the use of energy and water will grow while vehicles and mass transit go electric. One thing is clear – the digital economy needs clean, dependable, and affordable electricity. This should be a great outlook for power generators, distributors, and retailers, but decarbonization, deregulation, and decentralization are disrupting the century-old utilities hierarchy. A “Digital Energy Network” is emerging that reflects new structures of power generation, transmission, distribution, and retail. It will foster new business models and processes and transform work in a competitive and collaborative digital economy.
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digital utilities, sap, digital world, natural resources
    
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Published By: TRIRIGA     Published Date: Mar 31, 2008
Investments in green building strategies consistently result in significant benefits for organizations today.  Green buildings not only reduce the environmental impacts of natural resource consumption and green house gas emissions, but they also provide economical benefits such as reduced costs, improved bottom-line performance and higher shareholder value.
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green building, tririga, environmental sustainability, dr. romm, tririga, environmental impact, green house gas emissions, emissions, bottom-line performance, social responsibility, triple bottom line, trees, tririga, tririga, energy, green, environment, environmental, best practices, green computing
    
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