March 14, 2017 | 11 AM EDT
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is playing a growing role in how refineries operate. Due to the falling cost of connectivity and data storage, processes across the entire Oil & Gas value chain are now able to gather more data from more devices, assets, operations and processes than ever before. Refiners, in particular, stand to quickly gain value because their existing IT infrastructure is more mature compared to extraction (upstream) and distribution (midstream) processes. Join this webinar to learn about how Refining IIoT allows the a refiner to gather data, transform data into information, and create valuable insight – in real time.
Date: Mar. 14, 2017
Time: 11:00 am ~ 12:00 pm EDT/ 10:00 am ~ 11:00 am CDT
Featuring: Joseph McMullen, Marketing Director, Schneider Electric; Moderated by Mike Rhodes, Managing Editor, Hydrocarbon Processing
Joseph McMullen, Marketing Director, Schneider Electric
Joseph McMullen manages SimSci Marketing at Schneider Electric. Joe earned his Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering in 2000 & MBA in 2004, both from Villanova University. Joe started at Schneider Electric (formerly Invensys) as a Senior Technical Support Specialist in 2001. Joe spent 5 years as the Product Manager for steady-state simulation software products for the SimSci brand. In April 2011 he began his new role in Product Marketing, responsible for developing and expanding the SimSci brand awareness and strengthening the marketing behind SimSci software for design, simulation, training, advanced control, and optimization.
Moderator: Mike Rhodes, Managing Editor, Hydrocarbon Processing
Mike Rhodes is responsible for print and web editorial, `show daily` newspapers for industry conferences, and coverage of the refining, petrochemical, natural gas and LNG, and gas processing industries. He graduated from Eastern Washington University with a double BS degree in Journalism and Public Relations, and a minor in Technical Writing.