Recorded February 18th, 2020
Hidden impact of measurement technology on production accounting & mass balances in the chemical and hydrocarbon processing industries
Discover Emerson’s and Pimsoft’s best practices and solutions for reducing uncertainties and improving mass balance measurement systems
The accuracy and reliability of field instrumentation is the major determinant in reduction of uncertainty and improvement of KPI accuracy in the chemicals and hydrocarbon processing industries.
This webinar discusses how Emerson Automation Solutions and Pimsoft can deliver significant improvements in the performance of the critical measurement systems involved with custody transfer, blending, process unit yields and process heater performance.
You will learn…
- The importance and impact of measurement systems on the usability of KPI’s
- How to assess the performance of measurement systems
- Which technologies are best suited for critical flow measurements?
Improving meter performance will…
- Help reduce losses
- Improve cost control
- Increase productivity and yields
- Enable condition based maintenance for meters
These are just a few of the benefits. You will discover more during the webinar.
The Emerson-Pimsoft partnership provides and end to end solution from the meter to the dashboards to address the process industry needs for improving KPI, benchmarking and reducing uncertainty in mass balances, loss tracking, supply chain management and many other decision making situations.
About the Presenter
Julie Valentine is Director, Global Refining Flow Solutions at Emerson Automation Solutions.
Julie joined Emerson in 1993 as the Refining Industry Marketing Manager for Micro Motion for 14 years. She rejoined the Emerson Flow Group in 2015, again in a refining industry role for the Emerson Flow Group, now responsible for all of Emerson’s flow technologies.
Julie has authored numerous technical papers on various applications of flow technology in the refining industry and is a co-inventor in two U.S. patents for Micro Motion. She is also a member of several working committees for the instrumentation and control group of API’s Refining and Equipment Standards Program.
Julie is a graduate of the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado with a B.S. degree in Chemical and Petroleum Refining Engineering.