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  • 1. Preliminary Agenda as of 16 December 2009* 3 - 5 May 2010 • Boston Westin Copley Place Time Sunday, 2 May 2010 Engineering Manufacturing Operations Supply Chain 1:30PM - 6:00PM Registration 6:00PM - 7:30PM Welcome Reception Time Monday, 3 May 2010 Engineering Manufacturing Operations Supply Chain 7:30AM - 10:00AM Registration 7:30AM - 8:30AM Breakfast 9:00AM - 10:00 AM aspenONE Opening Session 10:00AM - 10:30AM Break 10:30AM - 12:00PM Hot Topic Panel Discussions 12:00PM - 1:30PM Lunch 1:30PM - 3:00PM Solution Center and Meet The Experts 3:00PM - 3:30PM Break 3:30PM - 5:00PM Engineering Plenary Manufacturing Operations Plenary Supply Chain Plenary 5:00PM - 7:00PM Showcase Center & Reception 7:00PM - 9:00PM Networking Dinner*subject to change
  • 2. Preliminary Agenda as of 16 December 2009* 3 - 5 May 2010 • Boston Westin Copley Place Time Tuesday, 4 May 2010 Engineering Process Modeling - Chem Process Modeling - Energy Capital Project Engineering Exchanger Design & Rating (HTFS)7:30AM - 8:30AM Breakfast8:30AM - 10:00 AM Energy Management What’s New - AspenTech EDR Welcome, What’s New in Aspen Basic Engineering - Andy Overview & Research McBrien, AspenTech Progress What’s New in Economic Evaluation - Dan McCarthy, AspenTech The AspenTech Quality Initiative - Results in Capital Project Execution - Simon Lingard & Ed Mazzorana, AspenTech10:00AM - 10:30AM Break10:30AM - 12:00PM Carbon Capture & Emissions Monitoring What’s New - Customer Experiences Exchanger Design Best Challenges of Executing Mega-projects - Art Practices - Customer Byram, KBR Case Studies Native Excel datasheets in Aspen Basic Engineering - TBD12:00PM - 1:30PM Lunch1:30PM - 3:00PM What’s New & Roadmap - David Tremblay, Selim Anavi, James Goom, Suphat Watanasiri, AspenTech What’s New in Aspen HYSYS Family & Roadmap Economic Evaluation Basic Engineering User Exchanger Selection to 1) What’s New - Aspen Plus & Properties V7.0 - V7.2 User Papers Papers fit Your Process 2) What’s New - Integrated Conceptual Design Equipment Specification Julien Cazenave & 3) Roadmap - Conceptual Design for Chemical Processes Requirements - John Vishwas Wadekar, Nabors, Nabors AspenTech Consulting Aspen Capital Cost Estimator assessment from a Proposal Manager Perspective - Kumar Vivekanand, L&T3:00PM - 3:30PM Break3:30PM - 5:00PM Best Practices Best Practices - Process Engineering Tips & Tricks - Economic Detailed Eng Integration Compact Exchangers Evaluation & Standards Vishwas Wadekar, Tips & Tricks - Harvey AspenTech Welke, WRE Transitioning from Traditional Estimating to Aspen Capital Cost Estimator - Scott McGeoch, Analytiq5:00PM - 6:00PM Showcase Center & Reception7:00PM - 10:00PM Off Site Dinner Event*subject to change
  • 3. Preliminary Agenda as of 16 December 2009* 3 - 5 May 2010 • Boston Westin Copley PlaceTime Tuesday, 4 May 2010 Manufacturing Operations Supply Chain Advanced Process Control and Optimization Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence Chemicals Planning Scheduling7:30AM - 8:30AM Breakfast8:30AM - 10:00 AM Welcome Address - Cheenu Vanchinathan, Sunoco Successful aspenONE enterprise wide MES and EMI Implementations Integrated What’s New in PIMS V7 What’s New in Introduce New Board Members - Robert Golightly, Supply Chain Petroleum Scheduler AspenTech Management: (Orion)/MBO V7 Speaker Recognition - Rahul Bindish The End-to-End V7.2 Intro Training Update - Ruth Fradenburg, perspective AspenTech10:00AM - 10:30AM Break10:30AM - 12:00PM Roadmap and The Roadmap Planning Process - Enterprise Visualization How to apply aspenONE Visualization products Supply Chain Benefits of upgrading to PIMS-AO Petroleum Scheduler Paul Turner, AspenTech & Steve Dziuk, AspenTech of KPIs PM&E for Energy Mgmt and plans - Aspen Optimization in an How PIMS-AO is being used at GS Caltex - TBD, Paper #1: Crude Visualization of Work Reporting Framework Uncertain Economy GS Caltex Scheduling Brdy Processes - Kjetil and Performance Managing Emissions Practices - Torvanger, Goodtech Management with Aspen Supply Solutions technology preview Chain Planner - John Ford, AspenTech Using Supply Chain Best practices for planning implementations Petroleum Scheduler Models in a - Sasol paper #2: Business Recessionary optimization through an Environment - Roch Integrated model of Gauthier, AspenTech Orion and PIMS Saunak Chakrabarti, Essar Oil Limited Using PIMS for Energy Optimization (CO2) MBO Paper #1: How to use PIMS to optimize C02 credits and fees Integrating Optimized - Mike Grupa, AspenTech Blends with Online Blending - Hovensa Blend Audit tool12:00PM - 1:30PM Lunch1:30PM - 3:00PM Adaptive Modeling and Batch Model Predictive Remote Monitoring of How to apply aspenONE Best practices for Sales & Operations Breakout Session #1: Breakout Session #2: Breakout Session #3: Control - Paul Turner, AspenTech & John Campbell, Enterprise Assets PM&E for Carbon Mgmt integrating AspenTech Planning BPCL Supply Chain Essar Oil Integrated Common Model AspenTech solutions with SAP Optimization Planning & Scheduling Environment Presenting plant data and KPIs in a Business Intelligence platform.3:00PM - 3:30PM Break3:30PM - 5:00PM Feartured Success Stories Achieving Optimum How to Create and Virtualization in a Plant Scheduling Breakout Session #4: Breakout Session #5: Breakout Session #6: Batch Cycle times Manage Real-time KPIs Manufacturing Supply Chain Business Intelligence for Leveraging AT solutions Integrating the Refining Visualization of Work Operations Environment Optimization at the Petroleum Supply for energy optimization and Marketing Value Processes - Kjetil Westlake Chemical - Chain (Aspen Reporting Chain Torvanger, Goodtech Angela Williams, Framework) Solutions Westlake Chemicals The business case for ISA-S95/S88 Standards in Manufacturing5:00PM - 6:00PM Showcase Center & Reception7:00PM - 10:00PM Off Site Dinner Event*subject to change
  • 4. Preliminary Agenda as of 16 December 2009* 3 - 5 May 2010 • Boston Westin Copley Place Time Wednesday, 5 May 2010 Engineering Process Modeling - Chem Process Modeling - Energy Capital Project Engineering Exchanger Design & Rating (HTFS)7:30AM - 8:30AM Breakfast8:30AM - 10:00 AM Emerging Energy 1 Models in Operations Modeling Batch Unit Operations Best Practices - Models in Operations (including Roadmap and Direction Tubular Exchangers 1 OTS, PIMS Planning) Andy McBrien, AspenTech Jim McNaught & Julien Dan McCarthy, AspenTech Cazenave, AspenTech10:00AM - 10:30AM Break10:30AM - 12:00PM Emerging Energy 2 Dynamic Modeling - Using Physical Properties for Batch Modeling Safety in Design & Operations: Economic Evaluation Implementation Tubular Exchnagers 2 Safety & Reliability Pressure Relief, Flare Systems, and Dynamic User Papers Partners Jim McNaught & Steve Modeling Process Selection Using TBD - Mike Monteith Noe, AspenTech Aspen Process (SES) Economic Analyzer - Getting Value By Marcel Eijkenboom Integrating Aspen Basic Engineering and Intergraph SmartPlant - Mallik Manem, ROLTA12:00PM - 1:30PM Lunch1:30PM - 3:00PM Mini-Training - Customer Success New Developments in Batch Modeling & Recipe Refining - Success E&P - Tutorial - Economic Integrated Eng Value Added Distillation Stories - Retrospective Development Stories Best Practices in Evaluation Workflows -User Papers Applications - Industrial Brian Hanley and others Designing Facilities Integrated FEED Examples TBD Workflows for LIcensed Technologies - Roberston, Caton & Seidman, DuPont Integration of FEED and Detailed Engineering - Dr Hwang, Samsung Heavy Industries3:00PM - 3:30PM Break3:30PM - 5:00PM Mini-Training - NIST Customer Success Batch Process Modeling - Roadmap & Feedback Refining Workshop - E&P - Tutorial - Economic Integrated Eng Fired Heaters and TDE Stories - Best Practices Calibrate Refining Integrated Asset Evaluation Workflows - Session Overview Suphat Watanasiri Models Models, incl. 3rd party User Papers Tom Ralston & Julien (AspenTech), Dr. apps. Cazenave, AspenTech Michael Frenkel, US NIST.5:00PM - 7:00PM Open*subject to change
  • 5. Preliminary Agenda as of 16 December 2009* 3 - 5 May 2010 • Boston Westin Copley PlaceTime Wednesday, 5 May 2010 Manufacturing Operations Supply Chain Advanced Process Control and Optimization Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence Chemicals Planning Scheduling7:30AM - 8:30AM Breakfast8:30AM - 10:00 AM Client Presentations: Client Presentation: Achieving Consistent Improving Visualizing performance Breakout #1: Technical PSCP paper #1: Using demand management to Petroleum Scheduler APC Applications APC for Energy Quality Manufacturing within and across plants Focus drive supply chain optimization - Shell paper #3: Integrating Management Integration of Alarm & Performance with This breakout will the Refinery Schedule Event Data with Batch Models Online combine presentations with Operations Reporting - Dan Lessen, with interactive panel - KNPC or BPCL Orobin discussions to cover topics such as: • Bleeding edge PIMS-AO paper #2: Customer experience using Petroleum Scheduler scheduling: case PIMS-AO paper #4: Olefins studies - BP South Africa scheduling best • Tips and tricks from practices - Use of Aspen the experts Olefins Scheduler - TBD, • Standardized Samsung Total scheduling models: PIMS-AO paper #5: Customer experience using MBO Paper #2: managing multi-site PIMS-AO Blending best practices rollouts - PIMS-AO Assist Customer (OMV, BP Texas City, - COP Shell, etc)10:00AM - 10:30AM Break10:30AM - 12:00PM Client Presentations: Client Presentation: How to Configure PM&E Application of Optimizing Asset Breakout #2: Business Breakout Session #7: Breakout Session #8: Breakout Session #9: APC Applications APC for Energy for Visualization and Production Record Utilization - Applying Process Focus - Inventory Management Business Intelligence for Leveraging AT solutions Management Improvement of Batch Manager in Continuous OEE and other metrics Moderator: Elinor Price, and Operations the Petroleum Supply for energy optimization Quality Processes to improve to maximize use of AspenTech Scheduling best Chain (Aspen Reporting performance production assets This breakout will practices Framework) combine presentations with interactive panel discussions to cover topics such as: • Sustained value of supply chain solutions: adapting your models as your business changes • Emissions Management: how cap and trade affects your supply chain • Closing the loop: linking the schedule to the plant floor12:00PM - 1:30PM Lunch1:30PM - 3:00PM Client Presentations: APC in Optimization Projects Agile Manufacturing in a Inventory and Material The business case for Supply Chain Breakout Session #10: Breakout Session #11: Breakout Session #12: Regulatory Environment Movement Best ISA-S95/S88 Standards Integration, Visibility, Common Model Inventory Management Integrating the Refining Practices in Manufacturing and Collaboration Environment and Operations and Marketing Value Scheduling best Chain practices Virtualization in a Manufacturing Operations Environment3:00PM - 3:30PM Break3:30PM - 5:00PM Client Presentations: APC in Optimization Projects aspenONE PM&E Customer Experiences Best practices for SCM Product Roadmap PIMS-AO Implementation Learnings Petroleum integration with ERP with aspenONE PM&E integrating AspenTech and Development Scheduler/MBO V7.1 solutions with SAP Strategy Roadmap V8 Roadmap for aspenONE Plannign & Scheduling for Chemicals - Sharon Ward, AspenTech Presenting plant data PIMS Roadmap New Product Ideas and KPIs in a Business Intelligence platform5:00PM - 7:00PM Open*subject to change
  • 6. Preliminary Agenda as of 16 December 2009* 3 - 5 May 2010 • Boston Westin Copley Place Time Thursday, 6 May 2010 Engineering Manufacturing Operations Supply Chain7:30AM - 8:30AM Breakfast8:30AM - 3:00 PM Partner Summit Breakfast AC&O ATIMUS Business Partner Summit Chemicals Planning & Partner Summit Invitation Only Business Meeting - Meeting Invitation Only Scheduling Working Invitation Only Group Meeting John Campbell, AspenTech New Features Training: V7.2 and Adaptive Modeling - John Cambell, AspenTech10:00AM - 10:30AM Break10:30AM - 12:00PM Partner Summit AC&O Training Session ATIMUS; AeBRS/OME Partner Summit Chemicals Planning & Partner Summit Invitation Only High Availability Invitation Only Scheduling Working Invitation Only Working Group Group Meeting12:00PM - 1:30PM Lunch1:30PM - 5:00PM Partner Summit Partner Summit Chemicals Planning & Partner Summit Invitation Only Invitation Only Scheduling Working Invitation Only Group Meeting*subject to change

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