April 2001

Special Report: Project and Plant Management

Securely manage manufacturing operations through the power of the Web

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

Heersink, R., Industrial Evolution

R. Heersink and S. Wright, Industrial Evolution, Phoenix, Arizona       Comments? Write: editorial@HydrocarbonProcessing.com The same forces that are affecting our everyday lives are changing the way the process industries manage their operations. The Internet, and particularly the World Wide Web, has had a profound impact on the way people communicate with each other, find information and, more importantly, use that information to enrich their lives. Here's an overview of a recent project at a refinery in Washington state in the U.S. Live and historical process data are hosted on the Internet and ca

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