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Rossiter
ISBN: 978-1-118-83825-9
Hardcover
384 pages
May 2015
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Lays out the underlying management and technical issues that drive successful industrial energy management programs

Energy efficiency is highly visible in industry in the US and around the world. Many engineers and managers are assigned energy management roles at some point in their careers, but few have a clear understanding of either the scope of the opportunity or the available methodologies to capture savings.

Energy Management and Efficiency for the Process Industries is a “go-to” source for engineers and managers who are designing and implementing policies and programs for energy management and energy efficiency. It introduces a framework for an industrial energy management program, provides illustrations, and discusses the basic principles that lead to robust and sustainable improvements in energy performance.

Through contributions from leading experts in diverse fields, Energy Management and Efficiency for the Process Industries provides a unique overview of industrial energy management informed by the technologies and issues that drive energy efficiency in the process industries.

Divided into two sections, the book provides both management and technical recommendations. The management section offers guidance on how to design and implement energy management programs, with advice on the organizational design, human interaction, and technical aspects of energy management. Management topics include program goal setting, benchmarking, strategies, priorities, tools, the roles of energy management personnel, and case studies from three successful energy programs.

The second section deals with more technical aspects of energy management and energy efficiency – things that you might consider traditional chemical engineering. Technical experts provide advice on proven options for understanding and enhancing the energy efficiency of the plant systems and equipment items with the highest impact on process energy efficiency success.

Alan P. Rossiter is President of Rossiter & Associates, a process improvement consulting company specializing in industrial energy efficiency. Clients include ExxonMobil, Natural Resources Canada, Syncrude Canada, ConocoPhillips, Sasol, LyondellBasell, Valero and Hess. He has more than 30 years of process engineering and management experience and more than 60 publications including three books. He has a PhD in chemical engineering from the University of Cambridge, is a chartered engineer (UK) and a registered professional engineer (Texas), and was the 2010 Chair of the South Texas Section of the AIChE.

Beth Jones was for several years the worldwide energy manager for LyondellBasell Industries, after various positions in process engineering management and optimization in her 25 years within LYB and its predecessor companies. She retired in 2013 to enjoy new adventures—a transfer to England with her husband and a subsequent invitation to work on this book, her first, with Alan. She is a Certified Energy Manager.

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