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An Open Door Where You Least Expect It

Mar 08, 2023
Written by Claire Bogle

Celebrating International Women's Day 2023, we chat to Lisa Halford about her journey to heading up global payroll at KBC.

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How AI-driven Model Maintenance Brings a New Era to Process Simulation

Sep 14, 2022
Written by Raquel Neiva and Michelle Wicmandy

Understand the ​five benefits of an AI-driven automated model maintenance solution.

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Process Digital Twin Reduces Combustion Emissions While Lifting Profits

Mar 10, 2022
Written by Rodolfo Tellez-Schmill, Ph.D. and Ghoncheh Rasouli, Ph.D.

Managing combustion emissions is necessary to create an eco-friendly environment. This blog reveals how operators can use Petro-SIM digital twins for either specific equipment or an entire processing facility to compare emissions results against regulatory compliance standards.

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Celebrating Women Aiming to Mitigate Climate Change Build a More Sustainable Future

Mar 08, 2022
Written by Michelle Wicmandy

On March 8, 2022, KBC celebrates International Women’s Day (IWD) to recognize the contributions of women. Under this year's theme of "Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow," KBC will shine the spotlight on four of its trailblazing women who aim to help mitigate climate change and build a more sustainable future.

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Multiflash 7.2 Simulator Helps Maximize Production and Work Processes

Dec 15, 2021
Written by Alessandro Speranza, Product Champion PVT Technology

Multiflash 7.2 is the next generation tool to enhance and simplify workflows for production and flow assurance engineers.

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How Advanced Process Control Technology Reduces Octane Giveaway

Sep 30, 2021
Written by Mohamed Abokor, Shell Oil

For Shell Deer Park refinery, teaming an online analyzer with next-generation Advanced Process Control (APC) markedly trims reformer output variability.

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KBC on Digital Transformation: If You Haven't Started, Get Started

Mar 04, 2021
Written by Jason Durst, Global Technology Business Leader

Jason Durst, Global Technology Business Leader, tells us what it takes for a successful digital transformation.

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How Digitalization is Helping Companies Big and Small

Mar 03, 2021
Written by Louise Maratos, KBC Consulting Operations for the Europe, FSU and Africa (EFA) region

Louise Maratos talks how digitalization is helping companies big and small. Currently leading the EFA Consulting delivery team she tells of her experience as an engineer, keeping up with technology, maintaining focus and clearing the mind with the freedom found in work/life balancing.

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A Perfect Storm of Events

Jan 11, 2021
Written by Andy Howell, CEO; Russell Byfield, Global Simulation Business Leader

The Oil & Gas industry has had to deal with a lot of situations that have come all at once. How will you take advantage of the opportunities and manage the risks?

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The Digital Acceleration of 2020

Dec 07, 2020
Written by Jon Allwood, Head of Asset and Digital Transformation

2020 has been a challenging year and has certainly accelerated everyone’s digital journey. Read on to understand why short-term productivity, efficiency optimization, digitalization and energy transition are key for the industry's survival.

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Digital Twins Allow a Better Future to be Developed

Jul 23, 2020
Written by Duncan Micklem, Executive Vice President Marketing

The digital twin is by far the most powerful and disruptive of emerging technologies in the process industries today. Taking data from multiple sources, a digital twin can tell a richer story - past, present and future - to achieve superior results.

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Behind the Digitalization Curve

Jun 11, 2020
Written by Ross Whyte, Business Development Manager, Upstream Digital Solutions

The North Sea is a global center of excellence for sub-sea. Yet it appears to be behind the curve in digitalization in terms of collaboration and the sharing of data. Is it too late for the UK North Sea to flourish as it once did?