Spring 2016 News & Events

Posted on May 2, 2016 in Events Training News tagged 2016

We will be presenting two papers, Overview & Benefits of Dynamic Sulfur Recovery Unit Modeling and Molecular Structure Modeling of Heavy Oil Thermal Cracking, at the RefComm® Galveston 2016 Conference that is taking place May 2-6 in Galveston, TX.

Herbert Loria, Glen Hay and Marco Satyro will have their poster, Molecular Structure Characterization for Hydrocarbon Process Simulation, presented at the 14th International Conference on Properties and Phase Equilibria for Product and Process Design (PPEPPD) taking place May 22-26 in Porto, Portugal.

We will also be presenting a seminar, Benefits of Dynamic Simulation for Integrated Pipelines and Facilities Modeling, at the upcoming North Texas Gas Processors Association (NTGPA) Luncheon being held May 23 at Brookhaven College in Dallas, TX.

An Investigation of Buried Pipe Outer Heat Transfer Coefficient Correlations, a paper written by Christopher Arthur, Linnea Russell and Pablo E. Adames, has been accepted to the 10th North American BHR Conference on Multiphase 2016 being held in Banff, AB June 8-10.

An Introduction to VMGSim training courses are being held over the next few months in Denver, Calgary, Edmonton, Houston and Tulsa. A Dynamic Simulation course is taking place in Sao Paulo, Brazil May 3. Click here for dates and details.

We have two new VMGSim webinars scheduled for June 9 and July 14. For additional details or to register please click here.

We presented a paper, A Case for Field Wide Monitoring Systems in Shale Field Production, as part of the Worldwide Developments Forum at the GPA Convention that took place April 10-13 in New Orleans, LA. We also hosted a Hospitality Suite where our guests enjoyed cryogenic cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and oyster shooters.


GPA 2016 Hospitality Suite

We had a booth at the AIChE Spring Meeting, held April 10-14 in Houston, TX, the year’s key technical conference for practicing chemical engineers. This gave attendees the ability to learn how we can help boost their productivity, improve accuracy and increase their bottom line.

Christopher Arthur, Dynamics Simulation Engineer (EIT), presented his paper, Production Monitoring Through a Field Wide Allocation & Composition Tracking System, at the SHALETECH event that was held April 18-20 in Calgary, AB.

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