As much as energy transitions to renewables, green hydrogen, fuel cells etc. are work in progress, energy efficiencies and improvements will always remain practical pathways. Not only to improve profitability of a plant’s operations but also to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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The article also covers a case study of an energy improvement program that was implemented at an international oil company with multiple refining assets across the globe. The objective was to drive a consistent approach to energy improvements and to be able to sustain their energy performance with a reduced effort using a digital twin.