Texas Industrial Management Forum - Onboarding & Training Millennials: Trends, Challenges & Rewards - Thursday April 6, 2017
 
Evaluation of Water Curtailment on Energy Use and Plant Net Profitability
In 2014 The University of Texas at Austin conducted an analysis of the impact of water curtailment on Plant Net Profitability (PNP) and energy use. The impacts of a water curtailment of 15 to 30% for up to 4 months were modeled for two different process cooling technologies. Read the report or view the presentation.
 
Guide to Low-temperature Waste Energy Recovery Technology Selection
 
Technology Forum: Sustaining Industrial Energy Efficiency in Process Cooling in a Potentially Water-Short Future - June 19, 2013  Presentations   Final Report
 
Technology Forum: Low Temperature Waste Energy Recovery in Chemical Plants and Refineries May 16, 2012  
Final Report   Presentations 
 
Texas IOF Strategic Plan 2010-2020 (Aug 2011 Revision)
 
 
March 2017
A Transition for Texas Industries of the Future (TX IOF)
After more than 15 years as the TX IOF Project Manager, Kathey Ferland made the decision to step aside – she’s not disengaging completely yet – and has turned the program over to Vincent Torres, PE, Associate Director of the Center for Energy & Environmental Resources at The University of Texas at Austin. We wish to express our sincere appreciation to Kathey for a job well done and for her 
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Texas Industrial Energy Management Forum, April 6, 4 to 6 pm, Brady’s Landing
Mark your calendars and plan to attend the next Texas Industrial Energy Management Forum will be Thursday, April 6. The theme for the forum is

“Onboarding & Training Millennials: Trends, Challenges & Rewards”

In 2015, Millennials comprised more than one-third of ...read more >>