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Case Study: Flare System Optimization I

Posted by Dustin Smith, P.E. on Feb 4, 2017 6:09:00 PM

The Opportunity:

A major United States refinery worked with an EPC on the site’s action items where they recommended a new flare worth approximately $30 Million. The refinery wanted a third-party review on the EPC’s recommendation and hired Smith & Burgess to verify their results.

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Topics: Case Study, Flare Study, Refinery, Flare System, Flare Load Optimization, Flare Optimization, Overly Conservative Assumptions, Flare Revalidation, Heat and Material Balance, Action Item Resolution, Third Party Review

Case Study: Flare System Optimization II

Posted by Dustin Smith, P.E. on Aug 9, 2016 6:07:00 PM

The Opportunity:

A major United States refinery was recommended by an EPC to install a new flare worth approximately $60 Million. Unsatisfied with the EPC's recommendations, the refinery asked Smith & Burgess to perform a third-party review to verify their results.

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Topics: Case Study, Flare Study, Flare System, Flare Management, Engineering Review, Flare Analysis, Flare Mitigation, Flare Optimization, Engineering Analysis, Refinery, Third Party Review, Overly Conservative Assumptions, Flare Revalidation

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