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EMERSON AND NESTE ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS TO OPTIMIZE FINTOIL BIOREFINERY OPERATIONS FOR MORE EFFICIENT, SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION

Fintoil | June 22, 2022

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Fintoil, together with Neste Engineering Solutions, has selected Emerson’s automation software and technologies to maximize the operational performance of its biorefinery being constructed in the port of Hamina-Kotka, Finland. The plant will be the third-largest crude tall oil (CTO) biorefinery in the world and produce advanced biofuel and biochemical feedstocks that help lower emissions and reduce reliance on fossil-based fuels. The plant will refine CTO, a by-product of th...

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LINESIGHT'S COMMODITY REPORT SHOWS VOLATILITY IN CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL PRICES TO REMAIN IN 2022

Linesight | May 02, 2022

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Linesight, a global construction consultancy firm, expects prices for construction commodities to remain high and volatile in 2022, despite a predicted stabilization in the market many thought would come to fruition in Q1. Leading up to the end of 2021, many believed the pandemic-related supply chain issues would begin to ease off and allow for a stabilization of the market, but the Russia-Ukraine crisis has deeply affected the situation; both directly, due to the primary producti...

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ENGINEERS DEVELOP NEW MECHANISM TO CONTROL LIGHT

eeDesignIt | February 24, 2020

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While electrons gain and emit energy by being exposed to photons, photons themselves have always been resistant to magnetic field control. To develop futuristic technologies like quantum computers, scientists will need to find ways to control photons, the basic particles of light, just as precisely as they can already control electrons, the basic particles in electronic computing. Unfortunately, photons are far more difficult to manipulate than electrons, which respond to forces as simple as the...

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HOW TO VET THE ENGINEERING CHOPS OF YOUR SOFTWARE VENDORS

Campaigns & Elections | February 06, 2020

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After witnessing the debacle in Iowa, campaign decision-makers across the country are wondering just how good is the engineering behind the software they purchase for their campaigns? And for good reason: the stakes couldn’t be higher. Unfortunately, it’s hard to suss this out in the evaluation and procurement stage with a vendor. Slick branding, a jazzy demo, and a bargain price are designed to entice. But these attributes don’t tell you how the software will hold up in the he...

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ENGINEERING TECH

EMERSON AND NESTE ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS TO OPTIMIZE FINTOIL BIOREFINERY OPERATIONS FOR MORE EFFICIENT, SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION

Fintoil | June 22, 2022

Fintoil, together with Neste Engineering Solutions, has selected Emerson’s automation software and technologies to maximize the operational performance of its biorefinery being constructed in the port of Hamina-Kotka, Finland. The plant will be the third-largest crude tall oil (CTO) biorefinery in the world and produce advanced biofuel and biochemical feedstocks that help lower emissions and reduce reliance on fossil-based fuels. The plant will refine CTO, a by-product of th...

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ENGINEERING TECH

LINESIGHT'S COMMODITY REPORT SHOWS VOLATILITY IN CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL PRICES TO REMAIN IN 2022

Linesight | May 02, 2022

Linesight, a global construction consultancy firm, expects prices for construction commodities to remain high and volatile in 2022, despite a predicted stabilization in the market many thought would come to fruition in Q1. Leading up to the end of 2021, many believed the pandemic-related supply chain issues would begin to ease off and allow for a stabilization of the market, but the Russia-Ukraine crisis has deeply affected the situation; both directly, due to the primary producti...

Read More
news image

ENGINEERS DEVELOP NEW MECHANISM TO CONTROL LIGHT

eeDesignIt | February 24, 2020

While electrons gain and emit energy by being exposed to photons, photons themselves have always been resistant to magnetic field control. To develop futuristic technologies like quantum computers, scientists will need to find ways to control photons, the basic particles of light, just as precisely as they can already control electrons, the basic particles in electronic computing. Unfortunately, photons are far more difficult to manipulate than electrons, which respond to forces as simple as the...

Read More
news image

HOW TO VET THE ENGINEERING CHOPS OF YOUR SOFTWARE VENDORS

Campaigns & Elections | February 06, 2020

After witnessing the debacle in Iowa, campaign decision-makers across the country are wondering just how good is the engineering behind the software they purchase for their campaigns? And for good reason: the stakes couldn’t be higher. Unfortunately, it’s hard to suss this out in the evaluation and procurement stage with a vendor. Slick branding, a jazzy demo, and a bargain price are designed to entice. But these attributes don’t tell you how the software will hold up in the he...

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