The MORE project has organised a Final Project Workshop
“Real-time Monitoring and Optimization of Resource Efficiency
– From Measurements to Optimal Operation”
Host and Venue:
Address: Theodor-Heuss-Allee 25
60486 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Start: 15th February 2017, 13:30
End: 16th February 2017, 13:00
The EU project MORE has developed, during its lifetime from 2013 – 2017, indicators to measure the resource efficiency of chemical production plants during daily operations. With the project coming to its end in February 2017, solutions to use this information to optimize plant operations for best possible resource efficiency can now be proposed.
Desiring to share and discuss the project results with stakeholders concerned, several industrial case studies were presented and participants were given the opportunity for networking and interaction with technology providers and end-users.
Project Management Team:
- Svetlana Klessova, MORE Project Coordinator, inno TSD, France (s.klessova(at)inno-group.com)
- Prof. Sebastian Engell, MORE Scientific Leader, Technische Universität Dortmund, Germany
- Dr.-Ing. Stefan Krämer, MORE Industrial Application Coordinator, INEOS in Köln, Germany
Available for download here.
Presentations and Summary:
- Workshop Summary (Project Communication on Final Workshop)
- Panel Discussion Notes
- Sustainable Process Industry through Resource and Energy Efficiency by Àngels Orduña, A.SPIRE
- MORE Resource Efficiency Indicators (REIs) by Sebastian Engell, TU Dortmund
- MORE efficient evaporation in viscose production by Christian Jasch, Lenzing AG
- Optimal H2-Distribution in refining – the experience of Petronor/Repsol, Spain by Rafael Gonzalez-Martin, Petronor
- Deployment of REI computation in a heterogeneous IT environment by Udo Enste, LeiKon GmbH
- Improving resource efficiency – a step by step guide by Tiina Pajula, VTT
- Improving resource efficiency by industrial symbiosis – results from the SPIRE project EPOS by Martin Jenke, CEMEX
- Resource efficiceny in integrated production sites: Evaluate performance at one glance, influence in real-time by Benedikt Beisheim, INEOS in Köln
- Process Analytics – necessary condition for resource efficiency by Dirk Engel, S-PACT
- What gains can be expected from real-time resource efficiency monitoring and optimization? by Stefan Krämer, INEOS in Köln
- Panel Discussion: Lessons learnt and steps forward towards sustainable production moderated by Sebastian Engell, TU Dortmund
Participation was free, but registration was mandatory.
Seats were limited and were attributed on a “first-come first-served” basis.
The MORE Project Consortium Partners: