Thursday, January 31, 2013

Great Article in DOWNSTREAMTODAY

Great Article in DOWNSTREAMTODAY highlighting the aging workforce

Mindful that "50 percent of today's 10 million oil and gas workers are eligible to retire in 2015", GE Oil & Gas CEO Daniel Heintzelman said that the entire industry faces a “human resources challenge".

Read the full article on DOWNSTREAMTODAY!

How to maximize the value of every drop of crude oil?

OK, here is the contest question:
"How to maximize the value of every drop of crude oil?" 

According to Dr. Rachel McCarthy, which of the following are requirements for making good decisions when it comes to choosing crudes?

A. Accurate Data
B. Consistent Data
C. Ability to Share Expertise & Experience
D. Real-Time Information & Results
E. All of the Above





The first 2 people to post the correct answer as a comment to THIS post with the question will win an 4GB USB memory stick!

A 3rd 4GB USB memory stick will be raffled off on Tuesday morning (February 5th) to everyone that guessed an answer as a comment to THIS post but didn't win the original contest.

Remember, you must post your answer as a comment to this post in order to be considered.

Rules:

  • ONLY RESPONSES IN THE BLOG COMMENT FIELD ARE ELIGIBLE TO WIN - any replies  via email or LinkedIn are not eligible unless they are also posted in the blog comment section of this post
  • Sorry Invensys employees, you are not eligible for this contest, but feel free to contact me with your guess.

One more chance today for the free webinar & contest: "How to maximize the value of every drop of crude oil?"

One more chance to register and view the live webinar today entitled entitled "How to maximize the value of every drop of crude oil?" 


Register and view the webinar and then immediately after the presentation, I will post a question on the blog about the content from the webinar- the first 2 people to post the correct answer as a comment to the post with the question will win an 4GB USB memory stick!

A 3rd 4GB USB memory stick will be raffled off on Tuesday morning (February 5th) to everyone that guessed an answer but didn't win.

Rules:

  • ONLY RESPONSES IN THE BLOG COMMENT FIELD ARE ELIGIBLE TO WIN - any replies  via email or LinkedIn are not eligible unless they are also posted in the blog comment section of this post
  • Sorry Invensys employees, you are not eligible for this contest, but feel free to contact me with your guess.
  • Time that I got the stats for the most popular post and search term was 7:02 eastern on 1/4/2013
  • Contest ends at 5:00 pm eastern on 1/11/13 or when the first person answers correctly for each question. 
  • The same person can not win both prizes
  • Correction - they are 4 GB USB drives, not 6 GB as previously posted.


GOOD LUCK

Invensys Yield Accounting Solution


Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Sorry for the technical difficulties during the webinar today

We will record tomorrow's webinar and use that for the on-demand webinar. Anyone who registered will also get a copy of the slides.

I will post the contest question shortly after tomorrow's webinar.

Repost: Want to work for Invensys? - We Are Hiring!


Visit us on Facebook to learn more!

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Invensys-Operations-Management-Careers/160516690754565

Win a 4GB Memory Stick: Register and view the webinar and answer a question


So, if you didn't already know where have webinars scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday entitled "How to maximize the value of every drop of crude oil?"

Register and view the webinar and then on Thursday after the second presentation, I will ask a question about the content - the first 2 people to post the correct answer as a comment to the post with the question will win an 4GB USB memory stick! A 3rd 4GB USB memory stick will be raffled off on Tuesday morning to everyone that guessed an answer but didn't win.

Rules:

  • ONLY RESPONSES IN THE BLOG COMMENT FIELD ARE ELIGIBLE TO WIN - any replies  via email or LinkedIn are not eligible unless they are also posted in the blog comment section of this post
  • Sorry Invensys employees, you are not eligible for this contest, but feel free to contact me with your guess.
  • Time that I got the stats for the most popular post and search term was 7:02 eastern on 1/4/2013
  • Contest ends at 5:00 pm eastern on 1/11/13 or when the first person answers correctly for each question. 
  • The same person can not win both prizes
  • Correction - they are 4 GB USB drives, not 6 GB as previously posted.


GOOD LUCK

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

What is assay knowledge management?


Guest Blogger, Emma Price, Customer Relationship Manager for Spiral Software
Spiral was founded with a vision to transform the oil industry’s use of software, helping to maximise the value of every drop of crude oil. The inspiration behind this was twofold.
Firstly, the evolving industry context creates new challenges and opportunities. Refiners are seeing a more diverse feedstock market than ever before—diverse in both quality and pricing. There are now many crude oils available which present some processing challenges in return for a discounted market price. At the same time, product specifications are becoming more stringent and legislation is tightening around safer operational limits. Put together, this makes a confident understanding of feedstock refining behaviour more important than it has ever been.
Secondly, the new capabilities of information technology enable effective collaboration, even across huge global organisations. It is perfectly realistic to gather real-time information from operating sites and provide meaningful analytics that help users collaborate to make the best possible decisions. This is the step from looking at assay data as simply a set of laboratory measurements to seeing it as “assay knowledge”: bringing together assay measurement with operational data, refinery models, past experience, market information and even news feeds.
This is what we mean by “assay knowledge management” and since 1998, our tools span this whole space: from traditional implementations at laboratories that help them validate and work-up assay data, through to oil major implementations with over 2,500 users in a single enterprise, spanning every area of the business, across upstream exploration, feedstock trading, strategy and operations.
This pushes well outside the bounds of legacy assay management software. For example, some of the largest commodity trading companies use our tools to run thousands of cases to understand how markets would react to feedstock and refining capacity changes. In parallel, engineering and consulting companies use our tools to analyse strategic investments, understanding the future value and risk of capital investments and green field developments.

Look for the upcoming webinar!

Free Webinar tomorrow or Thursday; How to maximize the value of every drop of crude oil?

IT ISN'T TOO LATE TO REGISTER!

Invensys Operations Management
The Refinery-Wide Optimization Webinar Series
How to maximize the value of
every drop of crude oil?


Make better business decisions about feedstocks in real-time with Assay Knowledge Management

Join us for the next webinar.

Jan 30 Wed, Jan 30
2 p.m. EST [19:00 GMT]
Jan 31 Thu, Jan 31
13:00 GMT [8 a.m. EST]

Who should attendPlant Managers, Engineers, Operations Managers, Planners, Supply Traders

Why attend
  • Make informed decisions when sourcing and refining crude oil
  • Track the quality of feedstocks and share crude oil data across an enterprise
  • Evaluate the impact of variations in crude quality on your refinery operating plan
  • See how other refiners are effectively using Assay Knowledge Management
Adequately understanding the properties of available feedstocks is essential for making business decisions that affect refinery profitability. Assay Knowledge Management is a powerful toolset that enables refiners to understand and evaluate feedstocks and make better, more profitable decisions given a refinery's constraints.

Assay Knowledge Management brings together assay measurements, refinery data and models, past refining experience, and market information enabling optimal feedstock selection for a given set of variables.

Effective Assay Knowledge Management can increase margins by 50 cents/barrel by enabling a wider crude diet.

Register now and learn how you can measurably improve your refinery's profitability!
Learn More
Speakers

Samuel Duby Samuel Duby,
Solutions Consultant

Rachel McCarthy Rachel McCarthy,
Solutions Consultant
Spiral software,
an Invensys company.
Copyright © 2013 Invensys Inc. All rights reserved.
10900 Equity Drive | Houston, TX 77041 USA | 1.713.329.1600

Win a 4GB Memory Stick: Notes: Register and view the webinar and answer a question

So, if you didn't already know where have webinars scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday entitled "How to maximize the value of every drop of crude oil?"

Register and view the webinar and then on Thursday after the second presentation, I will ask a question about the content - the first 2 people to post the correct answer as a comment to the post with the question will win an 4GB USB memory stick! A 3rd 4GB USB memory stick will be raffled off on Tuesday morning to everyone that guessed an answer but didn't win.

Rules:

  • ONLY RESPONSES IN THE BLOG COMMENT FIELD ARE ELIGIBLE TO WIN - any replies  via email or LinkedIn are not eligible unless they are also posted in the blog comment section of this post
  • Sorry Invensys employees, you are not eligible for this contest, but feel free to contact me with your guess.
  • Time that I got the stats for the most popular post and search term was 7:02 eastern on 1/4/2013
  • Contest ends at 5:00 pm eastern on 1/11/13 or when the first person answers correctly for each question. 
  • The same person can not win both prizes
  • Correction - they are 4 GB USB drives, not 6 GB as previously posted.


GOOD LUCK

Monday, January 28, 2013

Interesting quote on brand and perception

"Your brand is what people say about you when you're not in the room" - Jeff Bezos

I saw this quote on a LinkedIn feed yesterday, and it got me thinking about how correct Jeff Bezos is.

What do you say about SimSci-Esscor products when we aren't in the room? 

Would you want to tell me? I would be happy to listen if you want to share. 

Maybe together we can change that perception about SimSci-Esscor for everyone. 

Friday, January 25, 2013

Line Sizing using PRO/II

Line Sizing using PRO/II

1.       Place a Pipe unit-op on the flowsheet and attach it with inlet and outlet stream.

2.       Select the units of measure, components and thermodynamics as required.

3.       Input the stream data.

4.       Double click on the Pipe unit-op to open its Data Entry Window and select the Line Sizing – Forward Calculation radio button.



5.       Click on Line/Fitting Data and enter the line or fitting data


         Click OK.


6.       Click on Line Sizing data and enter the required information


        The primary sizing criterion is based on pressure so enter either a maximum pressure drop or minimum outlet pressure. User can also change the Pipe Diameters that are used in sizing search and the maximum Average Fluid Velocity.

7.      Run the simulation and view results. There are many ways of viewing the results the below is a snapshot of results in html format.




Wednesday, January 23, 2013

ROMeo Intelligence: Successfully Synergizing Technologies


Invensys introduces new integrated technology, ROMeo Intelligence, for optimal plant performance. 

When investing in SimSci-Esscor ROMeo, customers are aiming to optimize performance at their plant. ROMeo results, however, are not always the easiest to interpret, making optimization more difficult. Not anymore.

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Free Webinar; How to maximize the value of every drop of crude oil?

Invensys Operations Management
The Refinery-Wide Optimization Webinar Series
How to maximize the value of
every drop of crude oil?


Make better business decisions about feedstocks in real-time with Assay Knowledge Management

Join us for the next webinar.

Jan 30 Wed, Jan 30
2 p.m. EST [19:00 GMT]
Jan 31 Thu, Jan 31
13:00 GMT [8 a.m. EST]

Who should attendPlant Managers, Engineers, Operations Managers, Planners, Supply Traders

Why attend
  • Make informed decisions when sourcing and refining crude oil
  • Track the quality of feedstocks and share crude oil data across an enterprise
  • Evaluate the impact of variations in crude quality on your refinery operating plan
  • See how other refiners are effectively using Assay Knowledge Management
Adequately understanding the properties of available feedstocks is essential for making business decisions that affect refinery profitability. Assay Knowledge Management is a powerful toolset that enables refiners to understand and evaluate feedstocks and make better, more profitable decisions given a refinery's constraints.

Assay Knowledge Management brings together assay measurements, refinery data and models, past refining experience, and market information enabling optimal feedstock selection for a given set of variables.

Effective Assay Knowledge Management can increase margins by 50 cents/barrel by enabling a wider crude diet.

Register now and learn how you can measurably improve your refinery's profitability!
Learn More
Speakers

Samuel Duby Samuel Duby,
Solutions Consultant

Rachel McCarthy Rachel McCarthy,
Solutions Consultant
Spiral software,
an Invensys company.
Copyright © 2013 Invensys Inc. All rights reserved.
10900 Equity Drive | Houston, TX 77041 USA | 1.713.329.1600

Monday, January 21, 2013

repost: Interested in writing about refining? Are you an analyst, editor or highly respected in HPI?

Interested in writing about refining? Are you an analyst, editor or highly respected in the Hydrocarbon Processing Industry?

Interested in writing about refining? Are you an analyst, editor or highly respected in HPI? If so, we may have a job for you.

Control Engineering: Challenges of offshore oil and gas production

The article below appeared in Control Engineering:

Challenges of offshore oil and gas production


Working in more extreme environments is driving improvements in networking, and standards development for subsea automation systems. Sophisticated equipment on the sea floor has to communicate topside.

by: John M. Gilmore, Jr. - Invensys Operations Management

Friday, January 18, 2013

From Fuel Fix: Global refining boom could challenge U.S. exports

I found this extremely interesting - what do you think?

From Fuel Fix: Refinery expansion projects could add as much as 9 million barrels a day to the world’s transportation fuel supply over the next five years, according to a report from Hart Energy.

Read the rest of the article here

Free Webinar; How to maximize the value of every drop of crude oil?


Invensys Operations Management
The Refinery-Wide Optimization Webinar Series
How to maximize the value of
every drop of crude oil?


Make better business decisions about feedstocks in real-time with Assay Knowledge Management

Join us for the next webinar.

Jan 30 Wed, Jan 30
2 p.m. EST [19:00 GMT]
Jan 31 Thu, Jan 31
13:00 GMT [8 a.m. EST]

Who should attend
Plant Managers, Engineers, Operations Managers, Planners, Supply Traders

Why attend
  • Make informed decisions when sourcing and refining crude oil
  • Track the quality of feedstocks and share crude oil data across an enterprise
  • Evaluate the impact of variations in crude quality on your refinery operating plan
  • See how other refiners are effectively using Assay Knowledge Management
Adequately understanding the properties of available feedstocks is essential for making business decisions that affect refinery profitability. Assay Knowledge Management is a powerful toolset that enables refiners to understand and evaluate feedstocks and make better, more profitable decisions given a refinery's constraints.

Assay Knowledge Management brings together assay measurements, refinery data and models, past refining experience, and market information enabling optimal feedstock selection for a given set of variables.

Effective Assay Knowledge Management can increase margins by 50 cents/barrel by enabling a wider crude diet.

Register now and learn how you can measurably improve your refinery's profitability!
Learn More
Speakers

Samuel Duby Samuel Duby,
Solutions Consultant

Rachel McCarthy Rachel McCarthy,
Solutions Consultant
Spiral software,
an Invensys company.
Copyright © 2013 Invensys Inc. All rights reserved.
10900 Equity Drive | Houston, TX 77041 USA | 1.713.329.1600

Batch Processing Gets a Boost | Chemical Processing

Batch Processing Gets a Boost | Chemical Processing

IOM Yield Accounting: Improving Customers’ Bottom Line

To remain profitable in a competitive marketplace, customers can trust Invensys’ Yield Accounting Solution for accurate financial assessments and tracking.

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

REPOST: OTS Speaker wanted for the ARC Meeting in Orlando in February


We are looking for a customer speaker for the OTS session at the ARC Forum in Orlando, FL. 
  • Are you happy with your OTS from Invensys
  • Has the OTS from Invensys helped your bottom line? 
  • Has OTS from Invensys increased your efficiency in training operators?
If so, we would like you to share your experience on our behalf at the ARC’s World Industry Forum Transforming Manufacturing through New Processes and Technologies in Orlando, FL. February 11-14, 2013.

Repost: Technical Content vs Business content?



Technical Content vs Business content?

It’s a new year, the perfect time to consider the direction of the content for this blog.

Over the last 15 months or so, I have received over 51,000 blog views. I know that people are taking the time to read my postings but my goal is continually grow the readership and promote more conversation. 

Repost: Interested in writing about refining? Are you an analyst, editor or highly respected in HPI?



Interested in writing about refining? Are you an analyst, editor or highly respected in the Hydrocarbon Processing Industry?

Interested in writing about refining? Are you an analyst, editor or highly respected in HPI? If so, we may have a job for you.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

OTS Speaker wanted for the ARC Meeting in Orlando in February

We are looking for a customer speaker for the OTS session at the ARC Forum in Orlando, FL. 
  • Are you happy with your OTS from Invensys
  • Has the OTS from Invensys helped your bottom line? 
  • Has OTS from Invensys increased your efficiency in training operators?
If so, we would like you to share your experience on our behalf at the ARC’s World Industry Forum Transforming Manufacturing through New Processes and Technologies in Orlando, FL. February 11-14, 2013.

Better Yield Accounting Methods Improve Financial Results

Guest Blogger: Kaylen McMullen, Marketing Assistant, Invensys Operations Management

Better Yield Accounting Methods Improve Financial Results

Refineries, petrochemical plants, and other processing facilities cannot afford to be giving material away and incurring monetary losses due to internal error, especially in such tough economic times. In order to remain profitable in a competitive marketplace, these facilities must ensure accurate tracking and financial assessment of receipts and shipments. Even a small percentage of unaccounted for material adds up during the course of a year and is likely to have a negative impact on a plant’s profitability. Having the ability to accurately close the material balance, while also detecting faulty measurements, also signifies improved quality in performance. Closing the material balance may increase profitability in a facility by $4-5 million each year.

Monday, January 14, 2013

Calgary Event Next Week - 22 Jan 2013 - Aging Workforce? Operator Training? Improve your bottom line with modern, efficient training techniques

Invensys Operations Management


The Refinery-Wide Optimization Webinar Series



Aging Workforce? Operator Training? Improve your bottom line with modern, efficient training techniques
Join us on Tuesday, January 22, 2013 at the Sheraton Suites Calgary Eau Claire for a rare insight into how companies are using simulation and virtual reality technologies to optimize workforce performance – to dramatically reduce “time to experience” for their technical workforce.

Learn how you can:
  • Continuously improve workforce performance
  • Measure proficiency and competency
  • Attract the next generation of technical talent
  • Improve retention of your best people
  • Improve safety and avoid operational pitfalls
Dr. Peter Martin, VP Business Value Solutions, Invensys, will discuss a new strategy for achieving workforce performance excellence.You’ll see a live demo and also learn from your peers as a special guest speaker, a simulator training expert in the field, will explain his company’s experience with this novel approach to training.
Seating is limited. Please register now to reserve your seat.

Where
Sheraton Suites Calgary Eau Claire - 255 Barclay Parade Southwest Calgary, AB T2P 5C2, Canada, (403) 266-7200
When
Tuesday, January 22, 2012,
2 to 4 p.m.; Drinks and appetizers 4-5 p.m.

Who should attend?
CEOs, CTOs, VPs,
Plant Managers,
Operations Managers,
Human Resource Managers, Training Managers,
Engineering Managers
Speaker
Peter Martin
Peter Martin,
Vice President, Business Value Solutions
Peter is credited with leading the enterprise control movement toward converging real-time accounting measures with operational KPIs as the basis for driving measureable bottom line performance improvements.

Copyright © 2012-2013 Invensys Inc. All rights reserved.
10900 Equity Drive | Houston, TX 77041 USA | 1.713.329.1600

Interested in writing about refining? Are you an analyst, editor or highly respected in HPI?


Interested in writing about refining? Are you an analyst, editor or highly respected in the Hydrocarbon Processing Industry?

Interested in writing about refining? Are you an analyst, editor or highly respected in HPI? If so, we may have a job for you.

Friday, January 11, 2013

Automation World Readers Name Invensys a “First Team” Supplier


Company recognized in several Leadership in Automation Program categories



JANUARY 08, 2013 / PLANO, TEXAS Invensys Operations Management, a global provider of technology systems, software solutions and consulting services to the manufacturing and infrastructure operations industries, has been selected a First Team supplier in Automation World magazine’s recently completed Leadership in Automation 2012 program. Launched in January 2011, the annual program invites automation professionals to vote for their favorite automation vendors in aided and unaided-recall surveys.


Read the full release here: News Release


Thursday, January 10, 2013

Technical Content vs Business content?


Technical Content vs Business content?

It’s a new year, the perfect time to consider the direction of the content for this blog.

Over the last 15 months or so, I have received over 51,000 blog views. I know that people are taking the time to read my postings but my goal is continually grow the readership and promote more conversation. 

Calgary Event - 22 Jan 2013 - Aging Workforce? Operator Training? Improve your bottom line with modern, efficient training techniques

Invensys Operations Management


The Refinery-Wide Optimization Webinar Series



Aging Workforce? Operator Training? Improve your bottom line with modern, efficient training techniques
Join us on Tuesday, January 22, 2013 at the Sheraton Suites Calgary Eau Claire for a rare insight into how companies are using simulation and virtual reality technologies to optimize workforce performance – to dramatically reduce “time to experience” for their technical workforce.

Learn how you can:
  • Continuously improve workforce performance
  • Measure proficiency and competency
  • Attract the next generation of technical talent
  • Improve retention of your best people
  • Improve safety and avoid operational pitfalls
Dr. Peter Martin, VP Business Value Solutions, Invensys, will discuss a new strategy for achieving workforce performance excellence.You’ll see a live demo and also learn from your peers as a special guest speaker, a simulator training expert in the field, will explain his company’s experience with this novel approach to training.
Seating is limited. Please register now to reserve your seat.

Where
Sheraton Suites Calgary Eau Claire - 255 Barclay Parade Southwest Calgary, AB T2P 5C2, Canada, (403) 266-7200
When
Tuesday, January 22, 2012,
2 to 4 p.m.; Drinks and appetizers 4-5 p.m.

Who should attend?
CEOs, CTOs, VPs,
Plant Managers,
Operations Managers,
Human Resource Managers, Training Managers,
Engineering Managers
Speaker
Peter Martin
Peter Martin,
Vice President, Business Value Solutions
Peter is credited with leading the enterprise control movement toward converging real-time accounting measures with operational KPIs as the basis for driving measureable bottom line performance improvements.

Copyright © 2012-2013 Invensys Inc. All rights reserved.
10900 Equity Drive | Houston, TX 77041 USA | 1.713.329.1600

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Coming soon, SimSci-Esscor’s Foxboro Simulation of CP270 or SCP270 will replace FSIM Plus

Coming soon, SimSci-Esscor’s Foxboro Simulation of CP270 or SCP270 will replace FSIM Plus.  The modern and flexible infrastructure is architected to fit seamlessly into I/A Series and Foxboro Control Software (FCS).  It is extremely easy to install, configure and run.  Functionally, it replaces the I/A Series CP270 and associated FBM hardware for use in off-line validation and for Operator Training Simulators.  It connects to the I/A Series HMI and configurator (IEE/ICC/IACC) through the MESH network and resides on a generic Intel-based 64-bit OS. DYNSIM can be optionally co-located or connected through a separate network.  It will function with I/A Series 8.5 – 8.8 and DYNSIM 5.1.

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Have you looked at our Heavy Oils videos?

Refinery Wide Optimization Videos

Each video in the 4 part series is about 3 minutes long - please take a look and let me know what you think.
  1. What is Heavy Oil?
  2. Viscosity & Thermal Conductivity
  3. Mercury and Hydrogen Solubility
  4. Molecular Characterization

Monday, January 7, 2013

Win a free 4GB USB memory stick

Don't forget to enter our free contest for a 4 GB USB drive. All you have to do be the first to enter the correct answer to one of the two questions on the blog post here.

I have event put some hints in the comment section to help you out.

Friday, January 4, 2013

We are approaching 50,000 views of this blog

We currently have 49,800 views to this blog, and we average around 100 views/day, so we should hit 50,000 in the next few days. Thank you to all that viewed this blog. 

Does anyone know what the most popular blog posting as of right now was? 
I have a 4 GB USB memory stick for the first person who posts a comment with the correct answer.

Can anyone guess the search keyword that generated the most blog traffic as of right now? 
I have a 4 GB USB memory stick for the first person who posts a comment with the correct answer.

Notes:

  • ONLY RESPONSES IN THE BLOG COMMENT FIELD ARE ELIGIBLE TO WIN - any replies  via email or LinkedIn are not eligible unless they are also posted in the blog comment section of this post
  • Sorry Invensys employees, you are not eligible for this contest, but feel free to contact me with your guess.
  • Time that I got the stats for the most popular post and search term was 7:02 eastern on 1/4/2013
  • Contest ends at 5:00 pm eastern on 1/11/13 or when the first person answers correctly for each question. 
  • The same person can not win both prizes
  • Correction - they are 4 GB USB drives, not 6 GB as previously posted.

I hope everyone learned more about SimSci-Esscor products. 

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Invensys Event: New solution for aging workforce, operator training, worker productivity

Invensys Operations Management


The Refinery-Wide Optimization Webinar Series



Aging Workforce? Operator Training? Improve your bottom line with modern, efficient training techniques
Join us on Tuesday, January 22, 2013 at the Sheraton Suites Calgary Eau Claire for a rare insight into how companies are using simulation and virtual reality technologies to optimize workforce performance – to dramatically reduce “time to experience” for their technical workforce.

Learn how you can:
  • Continuously improve workforce performance
  • Measure proficiency and competency
  • Attract the next generation of technical talent
  • Improve retention of your best people
  • Improve safety and avoid operational pitfalls
Dr. Peter Martin, VP Business Value Solutions, Invensys, will discuss a new strategy for achieving workforce performance excellence.You’ll see a live demo and also learn from your peers as a special guest speaker, a simulator training expert in the field, will explain his company’s experience with this novel approach to training.
Seating is limited. Please register now to reserve your seat.

Where
Sheraton Suites Calgary Eau Claire - 255 Barclay Parade Southwest Calgary, AB T2P 5C2, Canada, (403) 266-7200
When
Tuesday, January 22, 2012,
2 to 4 p.m.; Drinks and appetizers 4-5 p.m.

Who should attend?
CEOs, CTOs, VPs,
Plant Managers,
Operations Managers,
Human Resource Managers, Training Managers,
Engineering Managers
Speaker
Peter Martin
Peter Martin,
Vice President, Business Value Solutions
Peter is credited with leading the enterprise control movement toward converging real-time accounting measures with operational KPIs as the basis for driving measureable bottom line performance improvements.

Copyright © 2012-2013 Invensys Inc. All rights reserved.
10900 Equity Drive | Houston, TX 77041 USA | 1.713.329.1600