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OSIsoft Software Reliance Program
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Pioneers of Digital Transformation
The Rise of Big Data in Utilities
Five ways big data will change the power industry for the better.
Kellogg Reduces Energy Footprint
Learn how Kellogg's uses the PI System to achieve $3.3 million in energy savings.
New Tools for Energy Problems
See how UC Berkeley & Singapore's National Research Foundation use new tools to solve energy problems.
The Kellogg Company's food products are a staple in kitchens in over 180 countries. With over $14 billion in annual sales, Kellogg's produces many household names, such as Keebler, Pop Tarts, and Eggo Waffles. In 2005, Kellogg's embarked on a project to reduce its energy footprint while improving their bottom line. By leveraging their previously installed PI System, Kellogg used operational data to reduce energy consumption in its Battle Creek plant.
Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Marathon Oil is a petroleum and natural gas exploration and production company that produces 438,000 barrels of oil per day. As commodities prices have fallen in recent years, it's more important than ever for this Fortune 500 company to optimize every asset and do more with less. Using the combination of the PI System and SAP HANA®, Marathon Oil: combined OT and IT data for a complete view of the organization, substantially reduced data preparation time and workload, quickly provided operators and engineers with critical insights, and optimized oil field production to increase profitability.
Headquartered in Budapest, Hungary, the MOL Group is a leading Central and Eastern European oil and gas company. Over its 75-year history, the MOL Group has expanded to employ over 30,000 people across its facilities in over 40 countries. In the last 18 years, OSIsoft's PI System has played an increasingly important role in the company's rapid development. At OSIsoft's recent 2015 EMEA Users Conference, Tibor Komroczki, Head of Process Information and Automation, spoke about the evolution of the company's use of the PI System and, in particular, the crucial function the PI System's unified data infrastructure and Asset Framework (AF) have played in standardizing downstream activities across multiple sites.
Research campuses present some of the biggest challenges in facilities management. For facilities managers maintaining optimal conditions, such as temperature, lighting, and energy usage, can mitigate utilities costs, and be the difference between a failed experiment and new discoveries that can revolutionize health, sciences, or engineering.
Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Noble Energy is a global oil and natural gas exploration company. Noble has over 1.4 billion barrels of oil equivalent in reserves and a production rate equivalent to 400,000 barrels of oil per day, landing it squarely at number 703 on the Fortune 500 list. With a reserve mixture of petroleum, natural gas, and natural gas liquids; Noble has deep water drilling sites and shale/unconventional exploration locations around the world. Initially, Noble installed stand-alone PI System implementations across its sites. However, to drive efficiency and grow, Noble needed to go another route.
With a strong commitment to the preservation of earth's natural resources, Outotec builds sustainable facilities and process management solutions for minerals and metal processing, water treatment, and energy production from biomass and waste. Recently, Outotec developed a new digital services platform that links operational data from customer sites with Outotec subject matter experts to deliver aftermarket services and lifecycle solutions. Kerry Sullivan, Outotec's MES Manager for the Mineral Processing Business, spoke about how OSIsoft enabled his company "to provide remote services in order to help people optimize the performance of [their] sites.”