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Energy in industry: Outsourcing energy and carbon management. Mike Sewell. Energy World January 2007, P. 16-17
As if rapidly rising energy prices were not enough, industrial energy users now also have to manage their carbon emissions. Here, Mike Sewell Energy Services Director of Dalkia, considers the benefits of using an outsourced energy management company to deliver an integrated approach to energy, carbo...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Readers of this magazine will be familiar with developments on 'smart' energy meters - but what's happening in this area for water? Here is the view from Severn Trent metering Services.Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Knowledge managementTechnical-to-business (T2B)Speech recognitionInternetE-businessAvailability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Risk perception and safety in the offshore oil and gas industry. R. Flin et al. Offshore Tech. Rept., OTH-94--454, publ'd August 1996, Health Safety Exec., HMSO, illus., figs., tables, 109 pages, Price #30 (ISBN 0-7176-1239-2).
This report considers the main types and severity of risks perceived by offshore workers in production, maintenance, drilling and services in a sample of six UKCS platforms and compares them with objective risk calculations for each platform. Relationships between perceived risk, historical accident...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
IT Upstream: An industry unleashed by technology. Tony Wood. Petroleum Review December 2002 P. 22-25
Tony Wood reports on how aligning information technology and data management strategies with business needs is now more critical than ever.Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Management strategy: Helping plan the oil industry's future, Chris Skrebowski. Petroleum Review August 2001 PP. 30 and 32
Chris Skrebowski interviewed Sean Tipping, Vice-President of Celerant Consulting Energy Sector team, to hear his views on the future for the industry.Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Interview with American Gas Association Chairman Gary L Neale. Pipeline Gas Ind., Apr 2000, 83(4), p 27-30,32.
'Best Practices' program, total energy efficiency policy at federal level, and local control of unbundling are key LDC issues. AGA.The state of the US gas industry.Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Industry needs standardization of precious-metals management. Chaudhuri, P.M. Oil and Gas Journal, 23 Oct. 00, 98(44,) pp. 46 - 50
The formation of an industry group can help develop standards for the processing industry to manage the reclamation of precious metals from catalysts.Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
R. Heersink and S. Wright. Securely manage manufacturing operations through the power of the web. Hydrocarbon Processing. April 2001, 80 (4), pp. 49-53.
This approach, implemented at U.S. Oil & Refining Co.'s Tacoma Port refinery, safeguards plant integrity and applies the latest measures to prevent leakage of confidential data.Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
The evolution of supply chain management in the petroleum industry, Mike Hanrahan. Petrol. Economist. January 2001 Vol 68 No 11 PP. 16-19
The oil industry is evolving rapidly, from the upstream to the downstream. SAP delivers supply chain management tools providing security for companies operating at all levels of the business.Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract