March 6, 2014

Rosemount Analytical Presentations at Emerson Exchange Stuttgart Highlight Advances for Users in Oil and Gas, Power and Utilities, and Alternative Fuels

We’d like to tempt you with a trip to Stuttgart! You’re aware of the dynamic interaction of Emerson Exchange, and that this 2014 event for Europe, the Middle East and Africa will be held April 1-3, 2014 in Stuttgart, Germany, right? were you aware that the event features more than 130 presentations, mostly from users, on real life case histories from 25 countries and a wide range of industries. You’ll find many things of significance to you at Emerson Exchange, and if you register before March 7th, you save up to 200 Euro off the fee. (Of course, if you’re not lucky enough to go to this event, you can share in many of the findings through Emerson Exchange 365).

The 2014 Conference Presentation Tracks include: Operate Safely & Legally, Maintenance, Reliability & Asset Optimisation, Energy Management, Process Optimisation, Business Management & Information Security, Instrumentation Applications, Valve Applications, Wireless Applications, Project Excellence and Control System Applications & Migrations. The in-depth Industry Forums cover Chemical, Engineering, Life Sciences, Oil & Gas, Power, Refining and Petrochemical, while the “Meet the Experts” sessions give you the chance to ask questions specific to your operations and challenges. There’s even a networking event at the Porsche Museum.

When you attend, watch for these exciting sessions from Rosemount Analytical –

  • In-Line Analysis of LNG Improves Quality & Throughput
    By replacing lab measurements with in-line Gas Chromatographs, Lukoil has been able to improve process optimization. This, in turn, led to higher output and conformance with product quality requirements.
  • Instrumentation for Enhanced Fuel Flexibility of a 400 MW Natural Gas Fired Turbine with Ultra Low NOx Emissions
    ALSTOM is a provider of turn-key power generation solutions. The compact GT24 and GT26 sequential combustion gas turbines are developed to face current challenges in the power industry: shifting consumption trends, more stringent emission legislation and flexibility in fuel gas composition. In combined-cycle applications, the GT24/GT26 is capable of net plant efficiencies close to 60% with low NOx emissions across a wide load range. ALSTOM gas turbines are proven to operate reliably at high and rapidly changing C2+ concentrations. A key success factor is the validation and integration of a continuous, fast and accurate C2+ concentration measurement system into the engine protection and control concept.
  • Gas Chromatography Advantage in Cool Down & Gassing Up Operations for LNG Import/Export Terminals
    Reganosa LNG terminal is the leading terminal in Spain in gassing up and cooling down operations for LNG tankers since 2010 when this type of Services started to be systematically requested in the Spanish Gas System.The point of the operations remains in controlling the precise time the vessel is ready to advance in the operation phase from gassing up to cooling down and here a flexible Chromatography system is needed as BOG (Boil Off Gas) as LNG phases have to be surveyed continuously.

    Reganosa has used the available equipment for a standard LNG import terminal and with the support of Emerson adapted it for export activity, turning it into a unique tool to achieve our clients’ satisfaction.

We look forward to seeing you at Emerson Exchange and Emerson Exchange 365!