On-Demand Webinar

Enabling Digital Operations Management for improved profitability

Leverage Advanced Analytics across Refineries & Petrochemical plants to improve profitability

Leading refiners and petrochemical plants have started to embark on the digital transformation journey, reaping significant benefits from reduced operating costs and improved asset utilization. Through leveraging advanced analytics and improved visibility into contextualized, actionable data from crude feed planning to final product blending, they are now able to make better and more informed decisions.

In this webinar, you will learn the benefits of digitizing operations with advanced analytics in supply chain planning, process optimization, asset performance management, offsites optimization and mobile workforce management: 

  1. Improve yield and throughput without incurring additional CAPEX
  2. Increase energy efficiency through optimizing process conditions 
  3. Increase safety, asset reliability and reduce unscheduled downtime through predictive analytics
  4. Extend equipment life and increase asset utilization
  5. Reduce operations and maintenance costs

Meet the Speakers

Join Stan Devries and Wenting Zhu to gain insights on how leading companies apply digital technology to gain the next level of operational efficiency and succeed in today's challenging environment.

  • Stan Devries

    Stan Devries: Senior Director, Schneider Electric

    Stan has 40+ years of experience in in systems architecture, embedded business processes and KPI user psychology for the heavy process industries. His application experience encompasses digital oilfields, oil movements, collaboration centers, refinery and petrochemical information systems, and manufacturing information technology.

  • Wenting Zhu

    Wenting Zhu: Offer Manager, Schneider Electric

    Wenting has 10+ years of experience in energy, process simulation implementation, and refinery operation optimization. She is responsible for leading the creation of software solutions to address industry-specific problems that covers the plant lifecycle management including trading, planning, scheduling, operations, information and asset management.