Development and application of refining industry models, including linear programming (LP) models, for various domestic and international industry-wide and regional studies.
Development of accurate, validated optimization models for multiple or individual refineries in investment and operating costs and capabilities studies.
Determination of cost-effectiveness (costs vs. benefits) to improve potential regulations of major refinery products specifications or emissions.
Proprietary Turner, Mason Modeling System (TMMS) utilizing Haverlys OMNI or GRTMPS.
Working knowledge/capability with other major LP software, such as PIMS and RPMS.
American Petroleum Institute
Auto/Oil Air Quality Improvement Research Program
National Institute for Petroleum and Energy Research
National Petroleum Council
National Petrochemical and Refiners Association
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority
Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation
Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A.
U.S. Trade Development Agency
Western States Petroleum Association