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Increasing efficiency is a primary goal for businesses of all sizes and industry backgrounds. When a company reaches its operational and financial goals without wasting enormous sums of money, it is said to be efficient. Whether the excess money is spent on personnel issues or useless equipment, inefficiency has the potential to decrease profits and bottleneck production. In order to combat inefficiency, industrial companies around the world have turned to engineering consulting companies for guidance. What is a Bottleneck and How Does it Impact Efficiency? When marbles are placed in a bottle, some of the marbles can escape through the […]

Whether or not an industrial project is successful is largely dependent on the competency of its managers. In order for any project to excel or achieve its intended goal, it must be managed properly. Successful managers must be aware of even the smallest details, as well as the impact they will have on the project itself. These are not the only key elements of successful management; read the following information to learn what it takes to be an effective project manager. Thorough Planning Successful management always starts with successful planning. Before beginning a large-scale industrial project, the management staff should […]

The vast amounts of natural resources located in and around the Gulf Coast have led Texas and Louisiana to become one of the most prominent industrial regions of the country. These resources supply the area with a number of benefits, but there are specific challenges that this region of the country faces on a regular basis. If an industrial company wishes to remain prosperous in Louisiana and Texas, it must possess an in-depth understanding of the area. Here are some geographic issues that have the ability to affect EPC in the Gulf Coast. Site and Shoring Work The construction process […]

Although natural gas is widely used for electricity production, it has spawned by-products that serve a number of needs, such as fueling the growing distributed power generation (DG) market, an on-site energy option that is becoming increasingly attractive to businesses. It is seen as a viable alternative to traditional electricity and energy sources. Companies have a need for energy independence, and innovative power systems can revolutionize the industry going forward. Emerging Alternative Fuels The by-products that are so useful to distributed power generation are propane, liquid petroleum gas (LPG) and synthetic or substitute natural gas (SNG), but these fuels are […]

One of the main factors in efficient production in an industrial setting is fine-tuning the process. Company leaders may believe a certain product progression is required, but a closer examination reveals that it ultimately creates a bottleneck and decreases efficiency. Process engineering seeks to alleviate this problem and get production back on track. This article explains the concept and how it can benefit any business. What is Process Engineering? Process engineering is a wide-ranging discipline that encompasses engineering factors in a large variety of industries. It is the examination of the different elements that go into production with the goal […]

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