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Intergraph's Interoperability Summary: Leveraging 3D Designs & Data
| By Intergraph
Referencing and Converting Existing External Data to and from Multiple Formats in Engineering and Construction Projects
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The Intergraph Cloud Stress Test - Putting Cloud Technology to the test on a $10B Global Energy Mega Project
| By Intergraph
As global energy demands increase, the oil and gas industry is under pressure to keep up. This is a trend that is expected to continue - analysts forecast that nearly US$40 trillion in capital investment will be directed into energy projects over the next 20 years to meet consumer demand.
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Intergraph Smart™ Yard: Integrated design and production planning for Smart Modular Assemblies and Smart Production
| By Intergraph
Learn how integrated design and production planning can improve efficiency and lower costs with Smart modular assemblies and Smart Production.
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Fine Tubes & SENER Combine to Work on the Solar Power Plant- Gemasolar
| By Fine Tubes
The solar power plant 'Gemasolar', situated near Seville in Spain uses unique innovations which makes it not only more efficient than other thermoelectric solar plants, but also able to continue producing electricity without sunlight. Fine Tubes has been working with SENER for 4 years developing and producing the corrosion-resistant heat exchanger tubes for the steam generators as well as the high performance tubing that make up the receiver of the Gemasolar central tower.
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BlueCielo - Improving Operational Efficiency at RWE
| By BlueCielo ECM Solutions
With almost 60,000 employees supplying energy to over 16 million electricity customers and 7 million gas customers, RWE AG is one of the leading power generation companies in Europe. The company produces energy by regular and brown power stations, as well as nuclear and regenerative power plants. RWE continually works on methods to improve and optimize the efficiency of its new and existing power stations. Optimization is a key aspect in the engineering, design and construction of new and existing power stations. Efficiency is an important factor in the planning of the operations and maintenance of the power stations.
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Wind Turbine Foundations
| By Alphatec Engineering
Alphatec Engineering has been repairing concrete foundations, and regrouting all types of rotating machinery, since 1977. During the past 40 years we have worked on diesel engines, reciprocating and centrifugal compressors, turbo-machinery, pumps, blowers, fans, kilns, grinding mills, crushers, shredders, gearboxes, electric motors, presses, etc.
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Meeting Future Environmental Challenges Onshore
| By Aquateam COWI
Biological wastewater treatment processes are well-known to the oil and gas-refining industry. The activated sludge biological water treatment process is used in conjunction with plate separators and chemical/physical processes such as coagulation/flocculation and flotation for wastewater treatment in refineries worldwide.
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Another Look at Environmental Risk-based Wastewater Treatment in the Exploration and Production Industry
| By Aquateam COWI
The exploration and production (E&P) industry is experiencing worldwide changes from being oil and gas producers to becoming major players in the wastewater management industry. This is illustrated by the strategies developed by some of the major companies in this industry.
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Understanding the Impact of Chemicals in Produced Water in Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Projects
| By Aquateam COWI
Enhanced oil recovery (EOR) is a generic term used for increasing the amounts of crude oil that can be extracted from an oil reservoir or an oilfield. Usually this is done in an effort to increase the output of a matured field where conventional-recovery methods have been exhausted. EOR efforts require strong reservoir characterization techniques i.e. fractured network mapping, permeability distribution through well tests, and permeability up-scaling.
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Meeting Future Environmental Challenges Onshore
| By Aquateam COWI
Biological wastewater treatment processes are well-known to the oiland gas-refining industry. The activated sludge biological water treatment process is used in conjunction with plate separators and chemical/physical processes such as coagulation/flocculation and flotation for wastewater treatment in refineries worldwide. Increasing oil prices and enhanced oil recovery techniques, including oil production in mature fields with high volumes of water produced, at the same time as the tightening of environmental regulations in many areas, not only bring challenges offshore in terms of the management of produced water for the upstream oil industry, but also lead the downstream industry into a new arena with respect to water and waste management.
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Chemicals & Environmental Risk Assessment
| By Aquateam COWI
Aquateam COWI AS provides an expert base which can assist in courses, consultancy, research and development and testing services. A series of special analysis (incl. Ecotoxicological studies) of chemicals and different water samples can be offered.
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Monitoring Microbial Activity in Petroleum Systems
| By Aquateam COWI
Microbial activity in petroleum systems causes serious operational problems, including biofouling, reservoir souring and corrosion, resulting in economic loss to the industry world wide. Molecular techniques for microbial monitoring provide valuable information about microbial identity, numbers, and abundance in a given system. They however often lack in providing information about the metabolic activity and the functional interaction of the microorganisms with their environment.
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