Recent updates and news of MySep activity across the industry
KBC & MySep Announce Partnership: 23rd February 2021
KBC (A Yokogawa Company) announces a partnership with MySep to deliver accurate and consistent results in separation of fluids into their oil, gas and water components for production facility process phase design, operation, and performance.
MySep Newsletter: 26th January 2021
Touching on the new MySep Web site and Customer Care Programme awareness sessions, our January 2021 Newsletter is a “must read” for those concerned about phase separation. Two examples are presented illustrating the contribution our MySep Engine product makes to practical realisation of process operational digital twins. Our recently announced alliance with Kongsberg Digital AS is outlined, and a couple of handy tips for the MySep Studio user are also included.
OGV Innovation & Technology Annual 2021: 18th January 2021
The value of MySep Engine in process digital twins, is the focus of a feature in the OGV Energy, Innovation & Technology Annual, 2021. The article summarises the application of production digital twins for optimisation of operations, design of process control systems and providing a platform for operator training systems. The benefits of rigorous separator models in steady-state, and dynamic digital twins are discussed.
Kongsberg - MySep Alliance: 1st September 2020
Kongsberg Digital AS and MySep Pte Ltd have formed an alliance to provide fully rigorous separator modelling within K-Spice® dynamic simulation tool, the process twin in the Kognitwin Energy solution. Customers with process optimisation or operator training requirements will be able to license MySep Engine directly from Kongsberg Digital.
MySep Training: 11th June 2020
MySep training has been devised to give new users hands-on experience of rating existing equipment, remediating poor configurations and generating new greenfield designs. As well as learning how to use MySep software products, trainees gain insight into the physics of phase separation and good design practice.
Training can be offered in customer offices or online.