Honeywell to hold 25th EMEA Users Group Conference
July 10, 2013 - ‘Knowledge’ is the theme of the 2013 Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) 2013 Honeywell Users Group Conference, the 25th year the event has been held. Knowledge and understanding make “it” happen – whether "it" is reducing cost, evolving a plant’s system, or improving a specific aspect of plant operations. Honeywell Users Group global conferences feature many ways to share and exchange knowledge, including information-packed user presentations, industry-specific breakout sessions, topical panel discussions, hands-on demonstrations and networking opportunities to interact with users and Honeywell experts.
As always, the conference agenda is driven by customer input through the EMEA Users Group Steering Committee. The EMEA HUG Steering Committee includes representatives from major oil, gas and petrochemical organisations including Total, Shell, BP, Repsol, SABIC, Marathon Oil, PDO Oman, Equate and others like British Sugar. This year’s conference will be hosted by Steering Committee Chairman, Dominique Rouille from ExxonMobil.
Throughout the three-day conference, Honeywell customers will share insights and best practices into how greater safety, reliability, efficiency and sustainability can be achieved across vertical process industries including chemicals, oil & gas, refining, metals, mining & minerals and pharmaceutical, through the use of innovative process control solutions.
Parallel conferences organised by Honeywell, and running at the same venue, include the Honeywell Enraf Terminal Operations Conference and the Honeywell Field Products Channel Partner Conference.
The winner of the 2013 Honeywell student challenge to solve a critical plant business issue using Honeywell UniSim® Design Suite will also be announced at EMEA HUG, with the winner showcasing their idea at the conference.
WHEN: 4-7 November, 2013
WHERE: Nice, France
REGISTER: Online registration for EMEA HUG is open.
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