RtPM / PI SYSTEM

LIST OF DOCUMENTS

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on only the first reference. PI, PI ProcessBook®, PI DataLink®, OSIsoft, the OSIsoft logo  and logotype, the PI System, and PI System logotype are  trademarks of OSIsoft, Inc.

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Table of Contents

1. Sales Presentation 2. Sales Documentation 3. Product Presentation 4. Product Documentation 5. Industry Presentation 6. Industry Documentation 7. Customer – OSI Articles

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OSI SOFTWARE GmbH DOCUMENTATION
List of Documents OSI Software GmbH 1. Sales Presentation
1.1. Value
1.1.82. RtPM MORE with LESS Concept Presentation 1.1.83. RtPM General Presentation 1.1.85. The Power of RtPM Platform e e e

1.2. Product
1.2.85. OSIsoft RtPM based on Microsoft Technology 1.2.86. Product Overview Presentation e 1.2.92. Configurations Presentation e e

1.3. Service 1.4. Results
1.4.96. Overview Presentation e

1.5. Company
1.5.93. Microsoft Partner Presentation 1.5.94. Development Presentation 1.5.96. Company Profile 1.5.99. Partners e e e, p e

1.6. Price

1.7. Industry

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2. Sales Documentation 2.1. Value
2.1.83. OSIsoft RtPM Product Brochure 2.1.84. OSIsoft RtPM Business Applications Brochure 2.1.86. RtBaseline Overview Brochure 2.1.87. RtPortal Overview Brochure 2.1.88. RtAnalytics Overview Brochure 2.1.89. Industrial Data Center 2.1.90. Overview of RtPM - RtPortal Potential within Your Enterprise 2.1.92. RtPM Summary - Value of RtPM 2.1.93. OSIsoft RtPM Positioning Details 2.1.96. Enterprise Performance Management 2.1.99. The Power of PI e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e e e e e, p

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2.2. Product
2.2.1.92. e 2.2.1.93. e 2.2.1.94. e 2.2.1.95. 2.2.1.98. 2.2.9.99. 2.2.10.99. e 2.2.13.98. 2.2.16.99. e 2.2.19.98. e 2.2.20.99. e 2.2.26.99. e 2.2.31.81. 2.2.31.82. e 2.2.31.83. e, p 2.2.31.84. e 2.2.31.85. e 2.2.31.86. 2.2.31.87. e 2.2.31.89. e 2.2.31.91. 2.2.31.93. e 2.2.31.94. PI System Data Sheet OSIsoft and Six Sigma RtApps in Real-time Performance Management Product Information Technical Comparison PI 2 to PI 3 PI ACE Brochure Analysis Framework Data Sheet Batch Analysis Brochure Interface Book PI ProcessBook Data Sheet e, p e e, p e, p

PI DataLink Data Sheet PI AlarmView Overview NISCC Good Practice Guide on SCADA Firewalls IT Monitor and Sarbanes-Oxley IT Monitor and the Industrial Data Centre (IDC) Whitepaper IT Monitor and the Industrial Data Centre (IDC) Exec. Overview IT Monitor NERC 1300 Compliance Whitepaper IT Monitor for Voice over IP (VoIP) Benefits of Deploying IT Monitor IT Monitor Interfaces and their Functions IT Monitor TechSpecs List of Arguments for IT Monitor IT Monitor for Cisco NetFlow e e e, p e

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2.2.31.95. e 2.2.31.96. 2.2.31.97. 2.2.31.98. 2.2.31.99. e 2.2.32.92. e 2.2.32.93. 2.2.32.94. 2.2.32.95. e 2.2.32.96. 2.2.32.97. 2.2.32.98. 2.2.32.99. e

IT Monitor for Cisco Service Assurance Agent IT IT IT IT Monitor Monitor Monitor Monitor for Cisco AVVID for SAP Brochure FAQ e e, p e, p

Sigmafine 4 Data Sheet Sigmafine 4 Why Upgrade Sigmafine 4 Functionality Sigmafine 4 Summary Sigmafine Brochure Sigmafine Overview Data Reconciliation FAQ Improve Information Quality through Data Reconciliation e e e, p e e

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2.2.33.89. e 2.2.33.90. e, p 2.2.33.91. e, p 2.2.33.92. 2.2.33.93. 2.2.33.94. e, p 2.2.33.95. 2.2.33.96. 2.2.33.97. 2.2.33.99. e 2.2.34.99. 2.2.36.97. 2.2.36.98. 2.2.36.99. 2.2.38.95. 2.2.38.96. e, p 2.2.38.97. e 2.2.38.98. 2.2.38.99. 2.2.39.97. e 2.2.39.98. 2.2.40.99. 2.2.42.98. e 2.2.42.99. e 2.2.43.96. e 2.2.43.97. 2.2.43.98. 2.2.44.99.

RLINK for Production Planning in Pulp & Paper OSIsoft - SAP Positioning Paper RtPM Business Package for SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0 OSIsoft SAP Whitepaper RLINK JD Edwards Flyer RLINK Business Package Flyer RLINK RLINK RLINK RLINK Maximo Flyer PM Module Description Flyer Brochure – SAP R/3 Gateway for Manufacturing Process Data e, p e, p e, p e e, p

Process Templates Bochure ECHO in Pharmaceuticals ECHO Overview ECHO Control Design ProcessPoint Data Sheet ProcessPoint Brochure ProcessPoint – Turning product innovations into profit Deriving benefits from PLM in the process industry using ProcessPoint PLM Introduction to ProcessPoint PLM RtReports Data Sheet RtReports in Pharmaceuticals Flyer RtAlerts Data Sheet MCN Health Monitor Data Sheet MCN Health Monitor Overview RtPortal Thin Client Data Sheet RtPortal Data Sheet RtPortal Product Description ProTRAQ Brochure

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2.3. Service
2.3.90. On-Site Training Description Sheets 2.3.91. Service Description Sheets 2.3.92. Software Reliance Program (SRP) Brochure 2.3.93. WebEx Requirements Letter 2.3.94. Increasing PI System Reliability 2.3.95. OSI Field Service – PI ICE Installation Tasks 2.3.98. Training Plan 2.3.99. Technical Support Policy and Procedures e e, p e e e, p e e, p

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2.4. Results
2.4.34. 2.4.35. 2.4.36. 2.4.37. 2.4.38. 2.4.39. 2.4.40. 2.4.41. 2.4.42. 2.4.43. 2.4.44. 2.4.45. 2.4.46. 2.4.47. 2.4.48. 2.4.49. 2.4.50. 2.4.51. 2.4.52. 2.4.53. 2.4.54. 2.4.55. 2.4.56. 2.4.57. 2.4.58. 2.4.59. 2.4.60. 2.4.61. 2.4.62. 2.4.63. 2.4.64. 2.4.65. 2.4.66. 2.4.68. 2.4.69. 2.4.70. 2.4.75. 2.4.76. 2.4.77. 2.4.78. 2.4.79. 2.4.81. 2.4.90. 2.4.91. 2.4.92. 2.4.93. 2.4.94. 2.4.95. 2.4.96. 2.4.97. 2.4.98. 2.4.99. Food & Beverages - Alberto-Culver Case Study e, Pharma - Roche Case Study e, p Pharma - Janssen Case Study e Nuclear Power - KHNP Case Study e, Metals - QNI Case Study e, IT Monitor - Iberdrola Case Study e, Transmission & Distribution - PSE&G Case Study e, Pulp & Paper - Cascades Case Study e, Transmission & Distribution - General Case Study e, IT Monitor - Harmony Gold Case Study e IT Monitor Telecommunication Case Study e IT Monitor Case Study (Success Story) e IT Monitor - Swiftel Limited Case Study e IT Monitor - Westar Energy Case Study e Chemicals - Methanex Case Study e Chemicals - PolyOne Case Study e, Wastewater - MWRA Case Study e, Chemicals - Dow Corning Case Study e, Water - Central Valley Water Case Study e, Pulp & Paper - Appleton Coated Case Study e, Pulp & Paper - Abitibi Case Study e, Refining - UOP Case Study e, Wind Power - Prasentia Case Study e, Refinery - CITGO Case Study e, p Aluminum - Auginish Case Study e, Chemicals - Arkema Case Study e, Metals - Phelps Dodge Miami Inc. Case Study e, PI at Nuclear Facilities e processPoint Implementation at Alberto Culver e OSIsoft Customer Statements Collection e Power – The Brooklyn Navy Yard e, Automotive – Ford Motor Company, Ohio Assembly Plant e Value of IT Monitoring e Performance Indicator - Cement e Success Cement e Cement Reference e Power Generation – Innogy e, Power Generation – Indian Point Nuclear Station 2 e, Iron and Steel – Dofasco Inc. e Copper, Zinc and Iridium - Falconbridge e Copper – Noranda Inc. e Copper and Zinc – Falconbridge e Cement e Application Hosting Refinery Information Systems e Real Time Process Management – Opportunities in Aluminum Industries e Pain Sheets e Aluminum Industry e Water Reporting Requirements Addressed by DataLink e Benefits of PI System in Refining e Power – Return On Investment e PI Benefits to Water & Waste Water Users e Chemical – Return On Investment e p p p p p p p

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2.5. Company
2.5.89. OSIsoft Corporate Profile 2.5.90. RtPM & Entrepreneurial Story of OSIsoft 2.5.91. OSI Software GmbH Newsletters 2.5.92. PI is OSIsoft’s Enterprise Performance Management Platform 2.5.93. List of Documents 2.5.95. Quality System Manual 2.5.96. PI 3 Manufacturing Procedures 2.5.97. PI 2 Software Development Methodology 2.5.98. PI for NT and UNIX Software Development Methodology 2.5.99. Interface Standard e e e, p e e e e e, p e e

2.6. Price
2.6.96. European Component Price List 2.6.97. European Service Price List e, p e, p

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2.7.88. Transmission & Distribution Brochure 2.7.89. Semiconductor Industry Brochure 2.7.90. Food & Beverages Industry Brochure 2.7.92. Water Industry Brochure 2.7.93. Power Brochure 2.7.94. Pulp & Paper Brochure 2.7.95. Pharmaceutical Industry Brochure 2.7.96. Oil & Gas Brochure 2.7.97. Metal & Mining Brochure 2.7.98. Chemical Industry Brochure

Industry
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3. Product Presentations 3.1 PI Server
3.1.97. 3.1.98. 3.1.99. Putting all together PI Enterprise Server Application Processors The Next Challenge for Managing the  Real Time Process Environment e, cd e e

3.2 3.3

SQL PI Performance Equations
3.3.99. PI Performance Equations e, cd

3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9

PI Totalizer
3.4.99. PI Totalizer e, cd

PI Steam Tables PI PE Recalculator PI Alarm
3.7.99. PI Alarms e, cd

PI Module Database PI ACE
3.9.98. 3.9.99. PI ACE PI ACE – Concepts and Values e, cd e

3.10

PI Analysis Framework
3.10.97. Selling AF 3.10.98. PI AF – UC 2002 3.10.99. PI AF e e

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3.11

PI Data Access Pack
3.11.99. PI DAP e, cd

3.12

PI AutoPoint Sync
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See Presentation 3.15.99.

3.13

PI Batch
3.13.95. 3.13.96. 3.13.97. 3.13.98. 3.13.99. Batch Products and ProcessTemplates PI Batch Event Framing (PI Batch) & Module Database PI SDK 1.1 PI SDK e e e e, cd e

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3.14

PI Real Time SQC
3.14.99. PI SQC e, cd

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PI to PI Interface
3.15.99. PI to PI Interface e, cd

3.16

PI Standard Interface
3.16.99. PI Interfaces e, cd

3.17

PI COM Connector
See Presentation 3.15.99.

3.18

PI API
See Presentation 3.11.99.

3.19

PI ProcessBook
3.19.99. PI ProcessBook e, cd

3.20

PI DataLink
3.20.99. PI DataLink e, cd

3.21

PI BatchView
See Presentation 3.13.96.

3.22

PI ActiveView
See Presentation 3.19.99.

3.23

PI SQC Client
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See Presentation 3.14.99.

3.24

PI ManualLogger
3.24.98. PI ManualLogger 3.24.99. PI ManualLogger e, cd e

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PI ProfileView
3.25.99. PI ProfileView e, cd

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3.26

AlarmView
3.26.98. PI AlarmView 2001 e

3.27 3.28

PI Hand Held Terminal PI Control Monitor Client
3.28.99. PI Control Monitor e, cd

3.29
 

PI Control Monitor Server
See Presentation 3.28.99.

3.30

RtWebParts
3.30.94. 3.30.95. 3.30.96. 3.30.97. 3.30.98. 3.30.99. PI ICE – Thin Client Information Integration RtWebParts Web Technologies – Clarification and Translation PI ICE UC 2001 Presentation PI ICE – Concepts and Values PI ICE Tour e, cd e e e e e

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PI IT Monitor
3.31.86. 3.31.87. 3.31.89. 3.31.90. 3.31.91. 3.31.92. 3.31.93. 3.31.94. 3.31.95. 3.31.96. 3.31.97. IT Monitor Value Presentation IDC Value Presentation IDC Presentation UC 2005 IT Monitor Voice over IP IT Monitor Product Road Map IT Monitor General Introduction IT Monitor for SAP IT Monitor Screenshots IT Monitor Webinar Presentation WiredCity System Integrator Solution for VODIS Partners IT Monitor – Closing Infrastructure Information Gaps To Improve Performance, Reliability & Security 3.31.98. PI IT Monitor 3.31.99. Information Technology & Network Infrastructure Markets e e e e e e e e

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PI Sigmafine
3.32.94. Customer Benefits e

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3.32.95. 3.32.96. 3.32.97. 3.32.98. 3.32.99.

Sigmafine 4.0 PI Sigmafine PI AF feat. Sigmafine 4.0 Sigmafine Overview Data Reconciliation in the Cement Industry

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PI RLINK
3.33.92. 3.33.93. 3.33.94. 3.33.95. 3.33.96. 3.33.97. 3.33.98. 3.33.99. RLINK – EPM 2003 q PI RLINK Maximo Enterprise performance Management – PI System – RLINK RLINK OSI Portal Sapphire Corporate Overview RLINK – SAP R/3 Gateway for Manufacturing Data PI Gateway to SAP R/3 e e e e e

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PI Process Templates
3.34.98. PI Process Templates 3.34.99. Process Templates e, cd e

3.35 3.36 ECHO
3.36.94. 3.36.95. 3.36.96. 3.36.97. 3.36.98. 3.36.99. ECHO 2003 Web Summit Presentation Implementing embedded data storage in a semi­conductor process tool ECHO ECHO Overview Embedded Historian – OEM Embedded Historian – Sales & Marketing Strategy e e e,cd e

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PI Engineering Services processPoint PLM
3.38.97. PI ProcessPoint 3.38.98. Introduction to processPoint Product Lifecycle Management 3.38.99. processPoint PLM Overview e,cd e e

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RtReports
3.39.98. RtReports US Presentation 3.39.99. RtReports e e, cd

3.40

RtAlerts
3.40.99. RtAlerts e, cd

3.41

OPC Products at OSIsoft
3.41.99. OPC Products at OSIsoft e, cd

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3.42

Manufacturing Control Network (MCN) Health Monitor
3.42.99. MCN Health Monitor Value Presentation e

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RtPortal
3.43.99. RtPortal Example Displays e

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4. Product Documents
The Product Documentation is delivered with the CD. Printed manuals can be ordered separately. Online Versions of the Manuals are available at http://support.osisoft.com/pi_docs/

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5. Industry Presentations 6.1 5.2 Aerospace Automotive & Discrete Manufacturing
5.2.97. 5.2.98. 5.2.99. RtPM ­ Automotive OSIsoft WiredCity ­ One Version of the Truth (BMW) OSIsoft – PI System Business Case e e e

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Chemicals
5.3.94. 5.3.95. 5.3.96. 5.3.97. 5.3.98. 5.3.99. Arkema Case Study Slide RtPM Benefits for Commodity Chemicals RtPM Benefits for Specialty Chemicals Air Liquide Advanced Industrial IT Project Cross­Industry References RLINK (Eastman etc) Chemical Industry e e e e

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Food & Beverages
5.4.96.  5.4.97. 5.4.98. 5.4.99. Why PI for Food & Beverages PI in Food & Beverages ­ Architecture Example Displays Food and Beverages Presentation e e

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IT & Network Infrastructure
5.5.98. 5.5.99. IT Monitor ­ Bayer ATM Network Monitoring BANK Industry e e

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Metals, Materials & Mining
5.6.84. 5.6.85. 5.6.86. 5.6.87. 5.6.89. 5.6.90. 5.6.91. 5.6.92. 5.6.93. 5.6.94. 5.6.95. 5.6.96. 5.6.97. Metal & Mining Presentation (Codelco) QNI Case Study Slide RtPM Benefits for Metals & Mining PI System in Industrial Plants (Cement) Increasing Enterprise Effectiveness – Integration of operational and Business Processes (ERP) Operational Information Structure Business Opportunities (Part B) Operational Information Structure Business Opportunities (Part A) PI @ Non Ferro Metal Cement Industry Presentation PI for Iron and Steel Creating a Real Time Enterprise to Build Competitive Edge Business Opportunities Examples Business Opportunities e e e

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Nuclear
5.7.96. 5.7.97. 5.7.98. 5.7.99. Korea Hydro Nuclear Case Study Slide PI System Nuclear Application Examples PI System – Nuclear Plant Applications PI System – Worldwide Leader in Plant Information Systems e e e e

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Oil & Gas
5.8.90. 5.8.91. 5.8.92. 5.8.93. 5.8.94. 5.8.95. 5.8.96. 5.8.97. 5.8.98. 5.8.99. Foundation ­ Real Time Asset Management CITGO Case Study Slide RtPM Benefits for Upstream RtPM Benefits for Downstream Real­Time Performance Management for Upstream The PI System in Oil & Gas Pipelines BP Technology Presentation PI in Refinery Oil & Gas Industry – Sales Meeting 2001 PI in the Oil & Gas Industry e e

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Pharmaceutical & Biotech
5.9.96. 5.9.97. 5.9.98. Janssen Case Study Slide RtPM Benefits for Pharmaceuticals Integrating the PI System with Emerson DeltaV e e

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Power Generation
5.10.93.  5.10.95. 5.10.96. 5.10.97. 5.10.98. RtPM Platform for Generation and Utilities RtPM Benefits in Power Generation Real­time Performance Management in Power Industry ENDESA Field Presentation Real­time Awareness for the Power Industry e e

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Pulp & Paper
5.11.94. Abitibi Case Study Slide 5.11.95. RtPM Benefits for Pulp & Paper 5.11.96. Overview of PI Technology for Pulp and Paper e e e

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Transmission & Distribution Utilities
5.12.90. 5.12.91. 5.12.92. 5.12.93. 5.12.94. 5.12.95. 5.12.96. 5.12.97. 5.12.98. 5.12.99. RtPM for the Energy Delivery (T&D) Industry PSE&G Case Study Slide Bringing RtPM to Energy Delivery (T&D) Quick Overview RtPM Benefits for Transmission and Distribution Fingrid ­ RtPM for Energy Delivery Iberdrola Business Day Presentation Integrating PI & the GIS General T&D Power Point Accessing Real Time Systems (Part 2) Accessing Real Time Systems (Part 1) e e e e e e e e

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5.13

Water Management
5.13.98. MWRA Case Study Slide 5.13.99. PI in the Water & Wastewater Industry e e

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Semiconductor
5.14.99. RtPM Benefits for Semiconductor Industry e

5.15

Wind Power
5.10.93. Innergex ­ Cartier Wind Energy 5.10.94. Prasentia Case Study Slide e e

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5.16

General Information
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6. Industry Documentation 6.1 Aerospace 6.2 6.3 6.4 Automotive & Discrete Manufacturing Chemicals Food & Beverages
6.4.99. Making the Business Case: Increasing Profitability with OSIsoft’s PI System . in the Food & Beverage Industry 6.5 e

IT & Network Infrastructure
6.5.99. Reducing Service Cost Through Historical Monitoring e

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Metals, Materials & Mining
6.6.93. 6.6.94. 6.6.95. 6.6.96. 6.6.97. 6.6.98. 6.6.99. Aughinish selects NewEnergy MarketManager RtPM in Iron and Steel Operations Business Opportunities by integrating Mining Systems and Mills CIMS – Data transforms into information (SIEMENS, English and German) The Cement Industry – Value added savings using PI OSI Letter to the Cement Industry OSI Letter to the Cement Industry e e e e e e e

6.7

Nuclear
6.7.97. 6.7.98. 6.7.99. More effective use of PI in Nuclear Plants MDB, ACE, and Web Technology Implementation Functional Activities Supported At A Nuclear Plant Through Implementation of a PI System e e e

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Oil & Gas Pharmaceutical & Biotech
6.9.99. PI in Compliance – FDA Validation Guidelines and Title 21 CFR Part 11 Requirements e, p

6.10

Power Generation
6.10.99. The Power Industry is achieving key benefits from its use of RtPM e

6.11

Pulp & Paper
6.11.98. RLINK SAP­PP for Pulp and Paper 6.11.99. RLINK SAP­PM for Pulp and Paper e e

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Transmission & Distribution Utilities
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6.13 6.14 6.15

6.12.98. TD Utilities Reference Sheet 6.12.99. The Three Layers to Maintenance Management

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7.

Customer Articles / OSI Articles

7.2. AUTOMOTIVE & DISCRETE MANUFACTURING
7.2.992 IT MONITOR – MONITORING FOR HIGH AVAILABILITY Robert J. Laurin - AVESTOR; Michel Daigle - Hatch 7.2.993 AUTOMATED BATTERY CYCLING SYSTEM Robert J. Laurin - AVESTOR; Michel Daigle - Hatch 7.2.994 REMOTE MONITORING OF BEARINGS – APPLYING VENDOR EXPERTISE AS PART OF YOUR MAINTENANCE STRATEGY Rich Browner - The Timken Company 7.2.995 FORD PRODUCTION SYSTEM LEAN INFRASTRUCTURE Bennie Fowler – Ford Motor Company 7.2.996 OVERVIEW OF THE PI IN THE SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET 7.2.997 AUTOSIL BUSINESS PRESENTATION 7.2.998 ARTIIS - AUTOSIL REAL TIME INTEGRATED INFORMATION SYSTEM Jose Amaral DeFreitas - Intersis Automacao S.A. 7.2.999 PI SYSTEM - BATTERY SYSTEM Oil Systems e, p e, p e, p

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7.3. CHEMICAL
7.3.925 BATCH & MATERIAL TRACEABILITY PROJECT WITH PI SYSTEM e, p Michele Albicocchi - Solvay Chimica Italia 7.3.926 FIRMENICH BATCH REPORTING SPREADSHEET SYSTEM e, p Earle Taylor - Firmenich; Patrick Richard ing. - Global Automation Partners 7.3.927 IT MONITOR IN ACTION e, p Carolyn Przybylski, Chris Gaffney - Cytec Industries 7.3.928 USING PI AND THE COMPASS FOR TITLE V PERMIT COMPLIANCE e, p Tim Aldredge - Eastman Chemicals; Andy Srinivasan - Bayer Material Science; Jerry O’Brien - PDC Corp 7.3.929 REACTOR KPI MONITORING BY PI SYSTEM - PI IN POLYMERS e, p Ju-yong Kim, Hyung-joon Kim - Hanwha Chemical Co., Ltd 7.3.930 PIVIEW - ENTERPRISE WINDOW TO SUCCESS e, p Alistair Sanderson - Alba Controls; Alasdair Ross - Ciba Specialty Chemicals 7.3.931 PRODUCT COLLABORATION USING PROCESSPOINT AT DOW REICHHOLD e, p SPECIALTY LATEX Doug Ladish - Dow Reichhold 7.3.932 CRITICAL VARIABLES PROGRAM - GET PLANT OPERATING RESULTS WITH e, p AN INEXPENSIVE AND SIMPLE IMPLEMENTATION USING ONLY PI-PROCESSBOOK AND PI-DATALINK (NO PROGRAMMING AND LOW MAINTENANCE!) Carolyn Przybylski - Cytec Industries 7.3.933 REMOTE MONITORING OF A PI SYSTEM e, p Eli Grossfield - Rotem Amfert Negev Ltd. 7.3.934 BABY STEPS – LEARNING TO BALANCE e, p Dwight Stoffel - Atofina 7.3.935 IMPLEMENTING PROCESSPOINT IN THE CONSUMER GOODS INDUSTRY e, p Curt Funke, Ethan Fraley - Alberto-Culver 7.3.936 MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR ASSETS e, p Bryan Sower - Dow Corning 7.3.937 MAKING TITLE V COMPLIANCE SIMPLER - THE PI SYSTEM’S ROLE IN e, p ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE Charles Gillard - C. F. Gillard and Associates 7.3.938 PERFORMANCE MANAGAMENT - TURNING DATA INTO DOLLARS e, p Steven J. Sarnecki - Millenium Chemicals 7.3.939 PI IN AN IT SECURITY CONTEXT e, p Marc Souche, Marc Weinberg - Atofina 7.3.940 RLINK - AN ERP ENABLING TECHNOLOGY AT POLYONE e, p Roger McKinney - PolyOne 7.3.941 SASOL SYNFUELS’ SITE-WIDE IT HEALTH MONITORING e, p Johan de Waal - Sasol Synfuels 7.3.942 THE VALUE OBTAINED BY TIMELY AND ACCURATE FEEDING OF e, p THE ERP "BEAST" Barry MacGregor - Dow Corning 7.3.943 PATTERN MATCHING IN HISTORICAL DATA e, p Michael C. Johannesmeyer - Procter & Gamble Manufacturing Company; Ashish Singhal, Dale E. Seborg - Dept. of Chemical Engineering, University of California, AIChE September 2002 Vol. 48, No. 9 7.3.944 CASE STUDY OF A PI-BATCH APPLICATION - THE GOOD, THE BAD, & THE UGLY e, p Nigel James, Stan Kersch - Mangan Inc.; Gary Hall - Cook Composite Polymers 7.3.945 INTEGRATION OF PROCESS CONTROL INTO THE SUPPLY CHAIN e, p USE OF OSI PRODUCTS Walter Greubel - BASF 7.3.946 KISSING YOUR WAY TO DECREASING BATCH CYCLE TIME e, p Pat Rossi - Bristol-Myers Squibb 7.3.947 PI – A GLOBAL STRATEGY e, p Michelle Barlow - Atofina 7.3.948 PI@DOWCORNING - PI TOOLS LEAD TO PLANT PROFITS e, p Barry MacGregor, Kris Zywicki - Dow Corning 7.3.949 PI UTILIZATION AT EHIME WORKS e, p Koichi Sakata - Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd.

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7.3.950 PIMS - ONE STEP AHEAD IN PROCESS OPTIMIZATION e, p Lothar A. Lang - Bayer Corp. 7.3.951 PROJECTONE SAP 4.6C IMPLEMENTATIONS USING RLINK AT POLYONE e, p Roger McKinney - PolyOne 7.3.952 SIGMAFINE GLOBAL MODEL e, p Fanie Schoeman - Sasol Synfuels 7.3.953 PM RLINK UTILIZATION AT DOW CORNING e, p Bryan Sower - Dow Corning 7.3.954 THE APPLICATION OF PROCESS MONITORING AND KEY PERFORMANCE e, p INDEX IN POLYETHYLENE PLANT Ricky Hsu - International Innotech, Inc.; Jialin Liu, M. F. Yau - Inspiration System, Inc. 7.3.955 THE IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY IN THE PROCESS INDUSTRIES e, p Roy Lyford-Pike - Millenium Chemicals 7.3.956 A BEHIND-THE-SCENES LOOK AT KNOWLEDGE BASED PROCESS MONITORING e, p C. A. Siletti - Day & Zimmermann International Inc. 7.3.958 BRICKS-TO-CLICKS EFFORTS OF LEADING CHEMICAL COMPANIES: e, p OSISOFT’S PRODUCTS CAN HELP GET YOU THERE James Alampi - Alampi & Associates 7.3.959 PI PREDICTIONS FOR PROFIT - RUN TIMES MODELS e, p Dwight Stoffel - Atofina Chemicals 7.3.960 PI SYSTEM AS THE INTEGRATION PLATFORM e, p Darius Simon - Bayer Thai Co, Ltd 7.3.961 CARGILL FERTILIZER - ASSET UTILIZATION PROJECT e, p Robert Raesemann - Raesemann Enterprises 7.3.962 EMPOWERED SYSTEM ADMINISTRATORS VS EMPOWERED USERS e, p Theunis Cilliers - SASOL Synthetic Fuels 7.3.963 ENABLING PROCESS IMPROVEMENTS WITH PI e, p Chuck Hartshorn - Reichhold 7.3.964 OSI RLINK AT DOW CORNING e, p Kris Zywicki - Dow Corning 7.3.965 PI AT EASTMAN - MORE THAN JUST DESSERT! e, p Johnette McDaniel, Bill Wight - Eastman Chemical 7.3.966 PROCESS DATA MINING USING MODERN STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES e, p Geoff C. Jones - BASF IT Services 7.3.967 VB AND THE PI-DEVELOPER'S NETWORK e, p Robert Low - Noltex 7.3.968 REAL TIME BUSINESS AND PROCESS ANALYSIS TO INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY e, p IN THE PROCESS INDUSTRIES Osvaldo A. Bascur, J. Patrick Kennedy - OSI Software, Inc. 7.3.969 “ENICHEM 2000 PROJECT” - PI BASED INFRASTRUCTURE ASSESSMENT p AND EVOLUTION Aristide Ronconi - EniChem 7.3.970 SAP-PIMS INTEGRATION TEST AT SOLVAY POLYOLEFINS SARRALBE PLANT e, p Stefano Perna - Solvay Polyolefins Europe 7.3.971 BATCH REPORTING - CONFIGURABLE REPORTING FOR THE BATCH INDUSTRY e, p Frank Stoel - OSI SOFTWARE Objects BVBA 7.3.972 SYNERGY WITH PI AND SQL SERVER WORKING TOGETHER e, p Rich Winslow - Agfa 7.3.973 EMERGING TRENDS IN THE BATCH INDUSTRY e, p Tom Hosea - OSI Software, Inc. 7.3.974 WEB ENABLED REAL-TIME PLANT INFORMATION MANAGEMENT e, p Osvaldo A. Bascur, Ronald J. Kolz - OSI Software, Inc. 7.3.975 PI AND SAP... THE EASTMAN EXPERIENCE e, p Johnette McDaniel - Eastman Chemical 7.3.976 ENGINEERS’ DESKTOP… THE “SIXTH SENSE” FOR ENGINEERS AND e, p MANAGEMENT Yasuo Yamazaki, Naomi Matsuzawa - Nippon Chemical Industrial 7.3.977 PI HELPS SOLVE NT SERVER PERFORMANCE ISSUES AND NETWORK INCIDENTS e, p Dean Brown - Dow Corning 7.3.978 OSI PI - THE PLANT INFRASTRUCTURE FOR ENICHEM 2000 PROJECT e, p Aristide Ronconi - Enichem Spa; Roberto Spoladore - Synapsis 7.3.979 TAKING SAP TO THE FACTORY FLOOR - ONE YEAR OF SUCCESS e, p Carlo Volpones - Polimeri Europa; Massimo Galli - Synapsis 7.3.980 LEARNING FROM THE PAST-OPERATING IN THE PRESENTe, p PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE Dwight Stoffel - Elf Atochem

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7.3.981 EQUISTAR CHEMICALS CASE: PI'S ABILITY TO INTEGRATE ALL PLANT SYSTEMS HAS MADE IT POSSIBLE TO GET THE RIGHT INFORMATION TO THE RIGHT PERSON ON A TIMELY BASIS IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE GREATER PROFITABILITY Steve Griffin - Equistar Chemical, L. P. 7.3.982 CIO UPDATE: TAKING SAP TO THE FACTORY FLOOR Edward Younker - Gartner Group 7.3.983 GENERIC BATCH REPORTING FOR SIMPLE UNITS Marc Souche - Elf Atochem 7.3.984 FROM YIELD OPTIMIZATION TO MANUFACTURING COST CONTROL François Germain - Oxochimie 7.3.985 BATCH REPORTING USING WEB TECHNOLOGY J. Patrick Kennedy - OSI Software Inc. 7.3.986 INVOLVE ME AND I WILL UNDERSTAND (MANUFACTURING INFORMATION SYSTEM) Phillip Tencer - Eastman Chemical 7.3.987 TAKING SAP TO THE FACTORY FLOOR - AN ITALIAN EXPERIENCE Carlo Volpones - Polimeri Europa; Roberto Spoladore - Synapsis 7.3.988 A COCKTAIL OF PI EXPERIENCES Marc Souche - Elf Atochem 7.3.989 TIOXIDE´S FIS PROJECT Les Russel - Tioxide 7.3.990 PRISM PROCESS INFORMATION INTERFACE Mike Parker - Rohm and Haas 7.3.991 PI IN THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY Jack Aude - OSI Software Inc. 7.3.992 MULTIVARIATE PROCESS MONITORING (MSPC) USING PCA AND PLS Laurent Garrigues - SodexPro Inc.; Nouna Kettaneh - Umetrics Inc.; Svante Wold - Umea Univ., Sweden; Osvaldo Bascur - OSI Software 7.3.993 BUILDING AN INDUSTRIAL DESKTOP - WHAT IS IT? WHY DO I NEED IT? HOW DO I BUILD IT? J. Patrick Kennedy - Oil Systems, Inc. in Chemical Engineering / January 1996 7.3.994 A PROCESS SYSTEM CONNECTIVITY USING AN OPEN SYSTEM ENVIRONMENT Margaret Clay - Hoechst Celanese Corporation 7.3.995 REAL TIME OPERATOR INFORMATION AT THE SHOP FLOOR Carl Guyer - Polaroid Corp 7.3.996 ALARM PACKAGE GETS FACE LIFT TO GAIN OPERATOR ACCEPTANCE Terri King - Eastman Chemical Company 7.3.997 PRESENTATION TO DOW CORNING Oil Systems, Inc and Andersen Consulting 7.3.998 PSM REVIEW J. Patrick Kennedy - Oil Systems, Inc 7.3.999 PROCESS INDUSTRY TRENDS

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7.4. FOOD & BEVERAGES
7.4.994 IMPLEMENTING RTPM INFRASTRUCTURE FOR A VALIDATED ENVIRONMENT Bill Smith - Mead Johnson Nutritionals; Mike Purcell - Omicron Consulting 7.4.995 INTEGRATED ACCESS TO PI PROCESS BOOK DISPLAYS Marty Williams - Coors Brewing Company 7.4.996 THREE TIER APPLICATIONS USING THE PI HISTORIAN, MICROSOFT TRANSACTION SERVER (MTS), INTERNET INFORMATION SERVER (IIS), ACTIVEX DATA OBJECTS (ADO) AND ACTIVEX CONTROLS (Presentation) Jon Croonenberghs - Coors Brewing Company 7.4.997 THREE TIER APPLICATIONS USING THE PI HISTORIAN, MICROSOFT TRANSACTION SERVER (MTS), INTERNET INFORMATION SERVER (IIS), ACTIVEX DATA OBJECTS (ADO) AND ACTIVEX CONTROLS (Handout) Jon Croonenberghs - Coors Brewing Company 7.4.998 A MANUAL INPUT SYSTEM USING PI-PROCESSBOOK, PI-DATALINK AND LOTUS Brenda Lewis - M&M/Mars 7.4.999 APPLYING THE MODULAR AUTOMATION SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE TO ACCOMPLISH FULL SYSTEM INTEGRATION Wade Latz - Hershey Chocolate Company e, p e, p e, p

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7.6. METAL, MINING & MATERIALS
7.6.947 PI IMPLEMENTATION ON A BROWN FIELD ALUMINIUM SMELTER PROJECT: e, p TOTAL INTEGRATION APPROACH Andre Noel, Robert Pelletier - Aluminerie Alouette 7.6.948 UTILIZATION OF PI TO TRACK DOWNTIME - WHAT IS 0.1 % OF ADDITIONAL e, p ASSET AVAILABILITY WORTH? Yves Normand, Dave Rose - Wabush Mines; Keith Flynn, Jimmy Bass - ADM Systems Engineering 7.6.949 OPERATIONAL MANAGMENT SYSTEM FOR DIVISION CODELCO NORTE Leonel Mundaca - Codelco Norte 7.6.950 PI INFORMANT - TECHNOLOGICAL AWAKENING Hastings Green - Windalco 7.6.951 SACOF, SYSTEM OF SUPPORT TO THE OPERATIONAL CONTINUITY OF SMELTING (ANALISIS DE PROCESOS CON HERRAMIENTA PI-BATCHVIEW) Rolando Vega Montenegro - Codelco 7.6.952 USING PI FOR BSC REPORTING AT QNI Dave Hunter - QNI Pty Ltd 7.6.953 DEVELOPMENT OF REAL-TIME INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM(RIMS) TO CONTINUOUS GALVANIZING LINE(CGL) AT THE ASAN BAY WORKS, DONGBU STEEL CO., LTD. Kang Mo Lee - Dongbu Steel Co., Ltd. 7.6.954 DOFASCO’S ENHANCED MONITORING SYSTEM Vit Vaculik, Adam Smyth - Dofasco 7.6.955 PATTERN ANALYSIS FOR PROCESS DEVIATIONS EARLY ALERT AND CAUSE-EFFECT RELATIONSHIPS EVALUATION Luis Yacher - CONTAC Engineers Ltda. 7.6.956 PHELPS DODGE SMELTER REALIZED COST SAVINGS AND INCREASED REVENUES WITH OSISOFT’S PI SYSTEM Vladimir Ushakov, Scott Voltura - Phelps Dodge Miami Inc. 7.6.957 PI ON ICE? DIAMOND DATA FROM PLANT FLOOR TO BOARD ROOM Zac Zacharias - Diavik Diamond Mines 7.6.958 CREATING “THE LIVING COMPANY” IN THE INDUSTRIAL WORLD Osvaldo A. Bascur, J. Patrick Kennedy - OSIsoft, Inc. 7.6.959 PI SYSTEM, PLATAFORMA DE GESTIÓN OPERACIONAL CODELCO NORTE Leonel Mundaca Pérez - Codelco Norte 7.6.960 REDUCING MAINTENANCE COSTS USING PROCESS AND EQUIPMENT EVENT MANAGEMENT Osvaldo A. Bascur, J. Patrick Kennedy - OSI Software, Inc. 7.6.961 PLANT WIDE INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Rubén González - CEMEX 7.6.962 A PLANT MAINTENANCE RLINK IMPLEMENTATION & GETTING MORE FROM PI AND SAP PM Cedric Luyt - BHP-Billiton Escondida 7.6.963 DO YOU KNOW IF YOUR PROCESS IS STABLE? - DOFASCO’S ADVANCED MONITORING APPLICATIONS R. Rumpler, A. Smyth - Dofasco, Inc. 7.6.964 HOW PI PLAYED A KEY ROLE IN ACHIEVING MAXIMUM EQUIPMENT RELIABILITY Vlad Djuric - Dofasco, Inc. 7.6.965 CEMENT INDUSTRY PRACTICE TEMPLATE 7.6.966 PROCESSBOOK DISPLAYS WITH EXAMPLE DATA 7.6.967 CEMENT PLANT MANAGEMENT PROCESSBOOK DISPLAYS 7.6.968 IMPLEMENTING PI IN THE METALLURGICAL INDUSTRY - USE OF THE PI-BATCH MODULE TO TRACK BILLETS PRODUCTION ON CONTINUOUS CASTING MACHINE André Noël, Éric de Champlain - Hatch 7.6.969 UTILIZING PI TO AVOID MAJOR DISRUPTIONS ON THE CLEAN GAS DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS Paul Martin - Dofasco Inc. 7.6.970 PI, AN INTEGRATION TOOL FOR PRODUCTION SYSTEMS Pierre Ménard - Keops Technology; Laval Morissette - Alcan 7.6.971 IMPROVING METALLURGICAL PERFORMANCE: DATA UNIFICATION AND MEASUREMENT MANAGEMENT Osvaldo A. Bascur, J. Patrick Kennedy - OSI Software, Inc.

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7.6.972 WEB ENABLED INDUSTRIAL DESKTOP TO INCREASE OVERALL PROCESS e, p EFFECTIVENESS IN METALLURGICAL PLANT Osvaldo A. Bascur, J. Patrick Kennedy - OSI Software, Inc. 7.6.973 WEB ENABLED INDUSTRIAL DESKTOP - TRANSFORMING DATA INTO e, p ACTIONABLE INFORMATION Osvaldo A. Bascur - OSI Software, Inc. 7.6.974 PHELPS DODGE MIAMI SMELTER PI SYSTEM e, p William Fabens - InterSite Technologies; Robert Ladendorff, Phelps Dodge, Inc. 7.6.975 KENNECOTT UTAH COPPER’S INFORMATION SYSTEM (Document) e, p A.E. Lamb, D.J. Sonntag, W.P. Wride - Kennecott Utah Copper 7.6.976 KENNECOTT UTAH COPPER’S INFORMATION SYSTEM (Presentation) e, p A.E. Lamb, D.J. Sonntag, W.P. Wride - Kennecott Utah Copper 7.6.977 IMPROVING THE QUALITY AT ALUNORTE USING PI SYSTEM (Document) e, p J.A. Dias Lima - ALUNORTE- Alumina do Norte do Brasil SA 7.6.978 IMPROVING THE QUALITY AT ALUNORTE USING PI SYSTEM (Presentation) e, p J.A. Dias Lima - ALUNORTE- Alumina do Norte do Brasil SA 7.6.979 TIMET CASE: "OSI MAKES THE BEST HISTORIAN AVAILABLE." e, p Engineering Project Leader - Timet 7.6.980 MOUNT ISA MINES CASE: "PI CONSIDERABLY REDUCES THE TIME FOR e, p GENERATION OF REPORTS, INCIDENT ANALYSIS AND PROVIDES REMOTE SITE SUPPORT." Metallurgist Control Manager - Mount Isa Mines, Ltd. 7.6.981 US-BASED STEEL PRODUCER CASE: "PI INFORMATION IS USED IN A VARIETY e, p OF WAYS BY DIFFERENT MILL DEPARTMENTS INCLUDING OPERATIONS, MAINTENANCE, PROCESS ENGINEERING AND QUALITY CONTROL." Process Engineer - Major US-Based Steel Producer 7.6.982 KENNECOTT CASE: "PI PAID FOR ITSELF A LONG TIME AGO" e, p Process Control Manager - Kennecott 7.6.983 BRITISH STEEL CASE: “IT DOES A FINE JOB” e, p IT Manager - British Steel 7.6.984 AUGHINISH ALUMINA CASE: "EVERYTHING FEEDS PI AND PI FEEDS EVERYTHING" e, p IT Manager, PI System Manager - Aughinish Alumina Ltd. 7.6.985 ALPART CASE: “IT’S GREAT SOFTWARE” e, p Systems Engineer - Alpart (Alumina Partners of Jamaica) 7.6.986 ALCOA JAMAICA CASE: "PI IS OUR INFORMATION INTEGRATOR... e, p IT ALSO PUTS MORE EYES ON THE PROCESS." Senior Process Control Manager - Jamalco 7.6.987 ALCAN JAMAICA CASE: “THE DCS AND PI SYSTEM HELP THE PLANT SAVE e, p $5 MILLION PER YEAR. WE WOULDN'T GET THOSE SAVINGS WITH THE DCS ALONE” Senior Systems Analyst - Alcan Jamaica Company 7.6.988 PI AND BLAST FURNACES OVERVIEW e, p Radim Lužný - Vysoké pece Ostrava a.s. (Blast Furnaces factory Ostrava) 7.6.989 LARGE PI DEPLOYMENT - A.B.I.’S EXPERIENCE e, p Jacques Lehouillier - Aluminerie de Bécancour Inc. 7.6.990 PI SYSTEM MINING AND METALS INDUSTRIES e, p Osvaldo A. Bascur - OSI Software, Inc. 7.6.991 THE INDUSTRIAL DESKTOP IN STEEL COMLEXES e, p Osvaldo A. Bascur, J. Patrick Kennedy - OSI Software, Inc. 7.6.992 PI AT DOFASCO'S #4 BLAST FURNACE e, p Paul Martin, Don Stothart - Dofasco, Inc. 7.6.993 USING PI FOR CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT (Document) e, p Jose Luis Martinez - CEMEX 7.6.994 USING PI FOR CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT (Presentation) e, p Jose Luis Martinez - CEMEX 7.6.995 TIOXIDE'S FIS PROJECT e, p Les Russell - Tioxide 7.6.996 FOR A GLOBAL PI? e, p Jean-Pierre Riffaud - Alcan International 7.6.997 PI LIFECYCLE SERVICES e, p OSI Software GmbH 7.6.998 AN APPLICATION WITH PI OR TOTAL PLANT INFORMATION e, p M. Brassels - Kronos International Inc. 7.6.999 A PI APPLICATION IN THE INTEGRATED AUTOMATION AND QUALITY e, p PROJECT OF ILVA WORKS G. Varetto; O. Rotondi - ILVA

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7.07. NUCLEAR INDUSTRY
7.7.986 MONTICELLO NUCLEAR PLANT PROCESS COMPUTER SYSTEM (PPCS) MIGRATION STRATEGY W/ PI & C3-TREK Russ Van Dell - NMC Computer Engineering 7.7.987 REALIZED BENEFITS OF OSI PI STANDARDIZATION IN PROGRESS SUPPLY e, p Stacy Koos, Tricia Schweier - Progress Energy 7.7.988 ENVIRONMENT MONITORING USING THE PI SYSTEM Byongsop Lim, Geon Haeng Lee - Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd. 7.7.989 PI TAG TUNING AT THE SAVANNAH RIVER SITE Bernie Sims - Savannah River Works 7.7.990 PI INTRODUCTION ON ERP PROJECT IN KHNP Sangyoung Mo, Taegheon Kwag - Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd. 7.7.991 EFFICIENCIES AND COST SAVINGS USING PI SUCCESSES AT ENTERGY NUCLEAR NORTHEAST PILGRIM NUCLEAR POWER STATION Richard Young, Bob Hoffman - Entergy 7.7.992 QUALIFYING THE PI SYSTEM FOR USE IN DECISIONS IMPORTANT TO SAFETY (PART 1) FOR NINE MILE POINT Dave Skinner - Nine Mile Point; John W. Curry - Animas Automation Controls 7.7.993 SPDS AT THE DAVIS-BESSE NUCLEAR POWER STATION Lillie Winckowski, Mark Clark - FirstEnergy 7.7.994 SYSTEM MONITORING AND REPORTING TOOL (SMART) Carla Charlier - Alliant Energy; Bob Charlton - EDS 7.7.995 FULFILLING NUCLEAR EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS DATA NEEDS WITH PI Paul Sunderland; Kevin Rumbaugh - Exelon Nuclear 7.7.996 USING POCKETPCS FOR FIELD DATA COLLECTION FOR PI William Renfro, Shawn Hull - Westinghouse Savannah River Co.; Gopal Gopalkrishnan - Kesler/OSI Software, Inc. 7.7.997 OVERVIEW NUCLEAR ELECTRIC UTILITY INDUSTRY OSI Software Inc. 7.7.998 USE OF PI-PROCESSBOOK IN CHEMAND Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd 7.7.999 PI SECURITY FEATURES AT SRS Bernie Sims - Savannah River Works e, p

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7.8. OIL & GAS
7.8.866 WAPITI JV DATA TRANSFER PROJECT e, p Tim Bauer - BP Canada; Greg Head - Devon Canada; Heather Quale - Mera Group 7.8.867 THE CORPORATE DEPLOYMENT OF SIGMAFINE AT PETROBRAS’ e, p 11 REFINERIES Oscar Rotava - Petrobras 7.8.868 PI UTILIZATION: STRATEGIES FOR LEVERAGING EXISTING TECHNOLOGIES e, p IN REFINING John D. Ropp, Patrick Ziegler - ConocoPhillips 7.8.869 PI & THE PRODUCTION DATA SYSTEMS - MISSION, VISION AND VALUES e, p Miguel Angel Sinobas - Repsol YPF 7.8.870 MIGRATING OPERATIONS APPLICATIONS TO PI: HOW MUCH DO YOU GAIN? e, p Rayan Hafiz - Saudi Aramco 7.8.871 DEVELOPMENT OF WIRELESS PROCESS MONITORING SYSTEM e, p Byoung-hak Cho, Myoung-uk Shin - Korea Gas Corporation 7.8.872 INCREASING REFINERY YIELDS AND PROFITABILITY USING RTPM e, p Nicoletta Aloi - IPLOM; Massimo Galli - PimSoft 7.8.873 REAL-TIME MANAGEMENT OF PETROLEUM EXPLORATION PROCESS DATA e, p AT CAMPOS BASIN Eduardo Ladeira, Ronald Bianco - Petrobras; Sergio Saad - Cybertecnica 7.8.874 REAL TIME OPTIMIZATION - CLASSIFICATION AND ASSESMENT e, p Various Authors for the Society of Petroleum Engineers SPE 7.8.875 USING IT MONITOR & PI APPLICATIONS IN A ‘UPS’ SIX SIGMA PROJECT e, p Mike Jackson - UOP LLC 7.8.876 CONTROLLER PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT USING THE PI SYSTEM e, p Peter J. King - Tesoro Refining and Marketing Company; Alan J. Hugo - Capstone Technology Inc. 7.8.877 SHARED OIL & GAS WELL MANAGEMENT e, p Eric Sanders - Shell Exploration; Simon Wright - Industrial Evolution 7.8.878 TANK MONITORING APPLICATION e, p Rayan Hafiz - Saudi Aramco 7.8.879 PI IMPLEMENTATION IN PEMEX OIL REFINERY e, p Adriana Luz and Erazo Perales - PEMEX 7.8.880 REAL TIME FINANCIAL ANALYSIS IN PROCESS PLANTS e, p Steve Sussman - Kesler Engineering; Dennis Lawless - CITGO 7.8.881 REAL TIME FIELD SURVEILLANCE e, p Luigi Saputelli - Landmark; Paul Hamel - Halliburton 7.8.882 AIR LIQUIDE ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL IT PROJECT e, p J.R. Brugerolle and T. Roba - Air Liquide 7.8.883 IMPROVING OIL LOSS DATA QUALITY AT REFAP REFINERY WITH SIGMAFINE e, p Oscar Rotava and Paulo Torres - Petrobras 7.8.884 YIELDS RECONCILIATION USING SIGMAFINE IN AN AGILE REFINERY e, p Nicoletta Aloi - IPLOM S.p.A. 7.8.885 MONITORING A PIPELINE AND SHARING DATA WITH KEY CUSTOMERS e, p Bert Stipelcovich - Bridgeline Holdings 7.8.886 THE THREE LAYERS TO MAINTENANCE OVERVIEW e, p Lee Ayers – OSI Software Inc. 7.8.887 TURNING DATA TO MODELS: A VISION ON INTELLIGENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS e, p Yucai Zhu - Tai-Ji Control; Firmin Butoyi - Dow Benelux; Cees van Alst - Nerefco 7.8.888 BUSINESS EMPOWERMENT e, p Bert van den Berg - Shell 7.8.889 CHEVRONTEXACO REFINING COMMONVIEW PROJECT e, p Sam Parino - ChevronTexaco 7.8.890 ON-LINE PERFORMANCE MONITORING OF MULTIVARIABLE e, p CONTROLLERS WITH PI Kunihiko Seto - Koa Oil Company; Pradeep Singh - Laplace Technologies Inc. 7.8.891 ON-LINE CONTROL OF OIL DERIVATES PRODUCTION IN A REFINERY e, p Antonio Carlos Gomes de Souza - Petrobras 7.8.892 USE OF MODULE DATABASE AND ADVANCED COMPUTING ENGINE e, p Kent DeBoer - ChevronTexaco 7.8.893 DELIVERING “IN-CONTEXT” PI DATATO WEB-BASED PLANT APPLICATIONS e, p COMMUNICATIONS AND WORKFLOW SOFTWARE DESIGNED FOR THE CHEVRON SALT LAKE REFINERY Adrian Birkett - Information Technology International, Inc.

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7.8.894 THE VALUE OF $CADA DATA e, p Mark Michalski - Enbridge Pipeline 7.8.895 TECHNICAL COMPUTING – ENABLING PLATFORM FOR THE e, p REFINERY OF THE FUTURE M. P. Ramage 7.8.896 A CORPORATE COMMON VIEW USING PI – e, p TOOLS FOR THE NEW ENVIRONMENT Pail Shankwiler – Chevron Texaco 7.8.897 WEB BASED REMOTE MONITORING OF PRODUCTION DATA e, p Michael L. Hentschel – U.S. Oil & Refining Co.; Kathy Kennedy – OSI Software Inc. 7.8.898 YIELD ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS CENTERED AROUND SIGMAFINE THE CASE OF ANCAP’S LA TEJA REFINERY p Fabian Ismirlian, Marcela Brina - Soteica (Sigmafine Certified Implementation Partner); Nikolai Guchin, Luis Rodriguez, ANCAP – La Teja Refinery 7.8.899 MAKING MONEY WITH YOUR PROCESS DATA (Document) e, p David Stockill - Shell Global Solutions International 7.8.900 MAKING MONEY WITH YOUR PROCESS DATA (Presentation) e, p David Stockill - Shell Global Solutions International 7.8.901 ENHANCING OIL PRODUCTION IN MATURE FIELDS USING C.A.O. e, p David Lee - SAAG 7.8.902 SIGMAFINE IMPLEMENTATION & OPTIMIZATION e, p Mike Hammersmith - Premcor (Clark Refining) 7.8.903 IMPROVING PROFITS: FROM FACTORY FLOOR TO CORPORATE REPORTS e, p Eduardo Prange - Petrobras 7.8.904 ONLINE MULTIVARIATE STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL USING PI AND MATLAB e, p Toto Nugroho - Pertamina 7.8.905 PI IN PEMEX GAS e, p Elias Rivera - Pemex Gas and Basic Petrochemical 7.8.906 IMPROVEMENT OF THE PROCESS OPERABILITY IN LNG TERMINAL USING PI e, p Sanggyu Lee, Changku Kim - Korea Gas Corporation 7.8.907 USES OF SIGMAFINE WITH FINANCIAL BENEFIT e, p William Carr - Koch Petroleum Group 7.8.908 FACILITATING ACCESS TO SCADA DATA BOOSTS OPERATING EFFICIENCY e, p Steve Broadwater, Steve Browder, Brent Mayward, John Rodgers and Nancy Shifflet – Columbia Gas Transmission; Dave Stockfort – OSI Software Inc. 7.8.909 REAL TIME DATA AS A CORPORATE ASSET - EXPERIENCES IN IMPLEMENTATION e, p Rob Ellis, Larry Shamblin & Nancy Shifflet - Columbia Gas Transmission 7.8.910 OIL LOSS MONITORING IN A JAPANESE REFINERY e, p Nobutaka Sumikawa – Tayo Oil Co., Peter Downs – Oil Loss Consultant, Kenzo Matsuda – System Plaza 7.8.911 WEB BASED USE OF REFINERY DATA e, p Michael L. Hentschel – U.S. Oil & Refining Co. 7.8.912 APPLICATION HOSTING REFINERY INFORMATION SYSTEM e, p J. Patrick Kennedy – OSI Software Inc. 7.8.913 NEW METHODS OF REFINERY OPTIMIZATION e, p J. Patrick Kennedy – OSI Software Inc. 7.8.914 PIPELINE DATA SERVER AT COLUMBIA GAS TRANSMISSION e, p Steve Broadwater & Mathew Gennette – Columbia Gas Transmission, Gopal Gopalkrishnan – OSI Software Inc. 7.8.915 REAL TIME DATA AS A CORPORATE ASSET (Document) e, p Steve Broadwater, Steve Browder, John Rodgers, Brent Maynard, John Rodgers, Nancy Shifflet - Columbia Gas Transmission Corp. 7.8.916 REAL TIME DATA AS A CORPORATE ASSET (Presentation) e, p Steve Browder & John Rodgers - Columbia Gas Transmission Corp. 7.8.917 PLANT INFORMATION - JUST ONE CLICK AWAY e, p Kiran Barn - BOC Gases 7.8.918 Sigmafine ECONOMIC FINDINGS - MAXIMIZING THE BENEFITS OF Sigmafine e, p Bryan Bost - Fina Pt. Arthur 7.8.919 EnerVIEW.com - USING ActiveVIEW e, p FOR INTERNET-BASED REMOTE PROCESS MANAGEMENT Kevin Hann - Clean Dry Air 7.8.920 FINA OIL AND CHEMICAL CASE: OUR INFERENTIAL CONTROL SYSTEM e, p REDUCES OUR COST BY SEVERAL MILLIONS OF DOLLARS PER YEAR AND PI MAKES IT POSSIBLE David Patin - Fina Oil and Chemical Company

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7.8.921. THE USE OF PI FOR PROCESS ANALYSINF AND TROUBLESHOOTING Osvaldo A. Bascur - OSI SOFTWARE, Inc. 7.8.922 PI HERE, PI THERE, PI EVERYWHERE -PI WEB GRAPHICS APPLICATION Jeff Nesloney - CITGO Corpus Christi Refinery 7.8.923 PI FOR DECISION SUPPORT IN OFFSHORE PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENTS A REVIEW OF BP'S TROIKA FIELD (Presentation) Rex L. Spahn - Manatee, Inc. / British Petroleum Amoco 7.8.924 PI FOR DECISION SUPPORT IN OFFSHORE PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENTS A REVIEW OF BP'S TROIKA FIELD (Document) Rex L. Spahn - Manatee, Inc. / British Petroleum Amoco 7.8.925 PI - THE DATA CORNER STONE - "PUTTING THE REFINERY ON YOUR DESKTOP" Craig McInnes - The New Zealand Refining Company 7.8.926 PI PIPELINE APPLICATIONS Regas Chefas - Koch Industries 7.8.927 A PREMIUM REFINERY: HOW IT CAN MAKE PROFITS Hildebrando Ferreira - PETROBRAS 7.8.928 Y2K TESTING OF THE PI SYSTEM Jack Jakhura - Syncrude Canada Ltd 7.8.929 PI DATA ON THE WEB Joey Langan -BP Lima Integrated Complex, Lima, Ohio 7.8.930 TERMINAL AUTOMATION SYSTEM TASyS Gopinathan - CSE 7.8.931 PROFILE STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL (S P C) Doug Loose, Dean E. Brown, Al McInally - Dow Corning 7.8.933 REFINERY INFORMATION SOLUTIONS Michael Bareau 7.8.934 HELLENIC ASPROPYRGOS REFINERY – GREECE EXPERIENCE REPORT 7.8.935 AUTONOMUOUS PLANTS - AUTOMATING YOUR STRATEGIC HANDICAPS J. Patrick Kennedy - OSI Software, Inc. 7.8.936 ASSET MANAGEMENT INTEGRATED TO PI Brian Maguire - Marcam 7.8.937 COMBINING PLANT AND LABORATORY DATA FOR OPTIMUM PRODUCT GRADE SWITCHING Gilles Tremblay - Montell Polyolefins 7.8.938 INTEGRATION OF HYSYS AND PI Mark Lauritsen - Hyprotech, Inc. 7.8.939 A NETWORKED APPROACH TO PI SYSTEM INSTALLATION AND APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT Pasha Ahmad and Curt Hertler, BP Oil, Bill Fabens, SAIC 7.8.940 TASyS TERMINAL AUTOMATION SYSTEM C. S. Lui, B. S. Lim - CSE Systems Engineering 7.8.941 REPLACING EXISTING SCADA / MIS SYSTEMS WITH PI David Stockill - Shell UK, Alan Dormer - MDC Technology 7.8.942 OPTIMIZATION OF AN AMMONIA PLANT (Presentation) Pete Berkowitz - Continental Controls, Inc. AGRIUM 7.8.943 OPTIMIZATION OF AN AMMONIA PLANT (Document) Pete Berkowitz - Continental Controls, Inc. AGRIUM 7.8.944 SAUDI ARABIAN OIL COMPANY ARAMCO MIS PROJECT LARGE SCALE SYSTEMS INTEGRATION Gary Bryant - Computer Sciences Corporation Jeff Cerini - Exele Information Systems, Inc. 7.8.945 PI, YIELD STATION, AND THE ART OF REFINERY BARREL ACCOUNTING e, p Gary J. Petersen - Tosco Refining Company, Avon Refinery 7.8.946 IMPLEMENTING A SECURE; RELIABLE ENVIRONMENTAL EXPORTING SYSTEM Greg Hitchings - Ultramar, Inc, John O'Mara - Process Systems, Inc 7.8.947 PROCESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS AT MOBIL Nigel A. Lander - Mobil Technology Company 7.8.948 NEW PLANT MANAGMENT WITH PI, SINGLE WINDOW PCs AND INTERNET Shuji Matsuyama - Mitsui Petrochemical Ind., Ltd. 7.8.949 INTEGRATED INFORMATION SYSTEMS TO IMPROVE PROFITABILITY Barrie Waters-Mobil Europe, Roland Heersink-Honeywell Hi-Spec Solutions 7.8.950 SELECT AND IMPLEMENT A PLANTWIDE INFORMATION SYSTEMR.C. Conley and A.T. Clerrico, Fina Oil and Chemical Co. 7.8.951 USING PI FOR RECLAIM (CEM) REGULATORY REPORTS Greg Hitchins - Ultramar Inc.; John O’Meara - Process Systems, Inc.; Mike Fishman - Exele Information Systems

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7.8.952 Shell P.O.I.M. PROJECT Michel Champagne - Shell Canada, Colin Holmes - Honeywell Canada 7.8.953 PI DMC 5 IMPLEMENTATION AT CORPUS CHRISTI Pat Terpening - Koch Refining Company 7.8.954 THE FIRST USE OF PI OFFSHORE ON BP's MAGNUS OIL PLATFORM Bruce Kennedy - BP Exploration Operating Company Ltd. 7.8.955 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY IN LNG PLANT CONTROL & INFORMATION SYSTEM Vasudev Rayachoti and Albert Tsai - Qatar Liquefied Gas Company Ltd.; Takumi Takayama and Kazuo Ueki - Chiyoda Corporation 7.8.956 MEASURING; MANAGING AND MAXIMIZING PERFORMANCE IN PETROLEUM REFINERIES O. Bascur and J.P. Kennedy, Oil Systems Inc. 7.8.957 CONSTRUCTING A REFINERY INFORMATION SYSTEM K.R. Farley, Atlas Processing Co. / J.P. Kennedy, Oil Systems Inc. 7.8.958 PI IN REPSOL'S INTEGRATED CONTROL PROJECT Francisco Diaz-Andreu, REPSOL 7.8.959 PI AS AN ADVANCED CONTROL PLATFORM AT RUHR OEL Dr. Andrew Trenchard, Honeywell Icotron Ltd. 7.8.960 A CUSTOMISED PI SYSTEM - THE FIRST YEAR Roger Lambert, BP Oil Grangemouth 7.8.961 IMPLEMENTATION OF PI IN A TDC3000 ENVIRONMENT A PRESENTATION OF THE BP GRANGEMOUTH UPGRADE PROJECT Didier Peters, Honeywell - PACE 7.8.962 REFINERY DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE MONITORING Osvaldo A. Bascur, Pennzoil Products Company 7.8.963 SYSTEM SITE SURVEY AND MASTER PLAN - PLANT PERFORMANCE PROJECT TOTAL PETROLEUM CO. J. Patrick Kennedy - Oil Systems, Inc.; Dave Lyche - Consultant; Carolyn Vesledge - Omicron 7.8.964 GASOLINE BLENDING WITH AN INTEGRATED ONLINE OPTIMIZATION, SCHEDULING AND CONTROL SYSTEM Michael Bain, Kent Mansfield, Jimmy Maphet, Robert Szoke, Ashland Petroleum Company - William Bosler, Texas Consultants, Inc. - J. Patrick Kennedy, Oil Systems Inc. 7.8.965 PI SNA/LU6.2 INTERFACE Chris Milne, Mobil Oil Company 7.8.966 CUTSIM-AN ON-LINE FRACTIONATION TOWER INFERENTIAL MODEL FOR PROCESS CONTROL Osvaldo A.Bascur, Pennzoil Products Company 7.8.967 USING THE PI TO INTERFACE AT MARATHON Timothy J. Adams, Marathon Oil Company 7.8.968 CONOCO'S INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ARCHITECTURE FOR REFINING APPLICATIONS Hillman S. Mitchell, Conoco Inc. 7.8.969 PI ADD-IN FUNCTIONS FOR THE 20/20 SPREADSHEET David L. Patin, Fina Oil & Chemical Company 7.8.970 USING PI FOR ADVANCED CONTROLS AT ERDOEL-RAFFINERIE NEUSTADT 7.8.971 YIELD STATION Salumunek & Assoc. 7.8.972 MGBLEND PRODUCT DESCRIPTION 7.8.973 PLANT INFORMATION SYSTEM (AND OTHERS) Hydrocarbon Processing, Advanced Process Control Strategies ‘93 7.8.974 PI SYSTEM PI-OMS, OIL MOVEMENT TRACKING Oil Systems, Inc. 7.8.975 LABSYS AT CONOCO - A PI-LAYERED PRODUCT Christina Wilpone, C.F. Picou Associates - David Dill, Conoco Inc. 7.8.976 IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PI SYSTEM AT SYNCRUDE CANADA LTD 7.8.977 LONG-TERM KNOWLEDGE INTEGRATION WITH OSHA PSM Osvaldo A. Bascur and Charles B. Vogus - Pennzoil Products Company; William H. Bosler - Texas Consultants, Inc. 7.8.978 GASOLINE BLENDING USING NIR SPECTROSCOPY AND LP OPTIMIZATION James M. McDonald, Frontier Refining, Inc. - L. Michael Grupa Jr., Bechtel Corporation Michael P. McKibben, Rapley Engineering Services - Donald E. Roe, Frontier Oil Corp. 7.8.979 SUCCESSFUL APPLICATIONS OF PI Conoco Inc.

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7.8.980 PLANT INFORMATION AND ADVANCED PROCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS/THE ISSUES AND ONE REFINERY'S PATH Brent J. Woodland, Conoco Inc. 7.8.981 CATALYTIC REFORMING 7.8.982 HYDROCRACKER 7.8.983 FRACTIONATOR 7.8.984 BLENDING 7.8.985 COMPUTER CONTROL INTEGRATION Hydrocarbon Processing’s 1990 Advanced Process Control Handbook V 7.8.986 GASOLINE BLENDING OPTIMIZATION Oil Systems, Inc. 7.8.987 MOTOR GASOLINE BLENDING - ADVANCED PROPERTY CONTROL WITH MGBLEND Oil Systems, Inc. 7.8.988 DISTILLATE BLENDING - ADVANCED PROPERTY CONTROL WITH DSTBLEND Oil Systems, Inc. 7.8.989 MANAGING THE GOVERNMENT’S ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS Brenda G. Shockey - Ashland Petroleum Company 7.8.990 MARATHON OIL COMPANY "MAKING PI WORK WITH SNA GATEWAY" Christopher J. Young 7.8.991 REAL-TIME REFINERY OPTIMIZATION J. P. Kennedy - Oil Systems, Inc. 7.8.992 EXPERIENCES WITH A REFINERY DATA ACQUISITION / DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS R. Goodpaster, W.W. Wilsher, W.B. Christie, Jr. - Ashland Petroleum Company 7.8.993 SOFTWARE COMMUNICATIONS FOR REFINING APPLICATIONS Ross Goodpaster - Ashland Petroleum Company; J. P. Kennedy - Oil Systems, Inc. 7.8.994 THE SIXTH ANNUAL CONTROL ENGINEERING CONFERENCE 7.8.995 DESCRIPTION APPLICATION PLANT INFROMATION SYSTEM 7.8.996 PRELIMINARY FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION FOR YIELD ACCOUNTING SYSTEM 7.8.997 DSTBLENDER PRODUCT DESCRIPTION 7.8.998 CATALYTIC REFORMER ADVANCED CONTROL Hydrocarbon Processing, Feb 1986 Issue 7.8.999 FRACTIONATOR ADVANCED CONTROL Hydrocarbon Processing, Feb 1986 Issue

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7.9. PHARMACEUTICAL & BIOTECH
7.9.990 REMEDIATION OF LEGACY SYSTEMS TO ACHIEVE FDA 21 CFR 11 COMPLIANCE Mark McKechnie - Bristol-Myers Squibb 7.9.991 “DOES PHARMA LAG FAR BEHIND POTATO CHIP MAKERS?“ Paul McKenzie, James Kenyon, Nicholas Zielenkievicz, Daniel Wasser - Bristol-Myers Squibb 7.9.992 RTREPORTS IN ACTION Barry Higgins - Janssen 7.9.993 INTEGRATION OF PI CLIENT TOOLS IN SUPPORT OF LARGE-SCALE CELL CULTURE MANUFACTURING Oliver Yu - Genentech, Inc. 7.9.994 BATCH REPORTING FOR REGULATED INDUSTRIES USING THE PI APPLICATION FRAMEWORK Tony Fenn - Informetric Bio Systems 7.9.995 A CASE STUDY - PI VALIDATION AND FLEXIBLE BATCH REPORTING AT BIOGEN, CAMBRIDGE, MA. Curt Coury - Biogen, Inc.; Tony Fenn - Informetric BioSystems 7.9.996 3.14 WAYS TO VALIDATE PI Craig Taylor - Genentech, Inc. 7.9.997 CONVERSION TO PI3 IN AN FDA REGULATED ENVIRONMENT Michael M. Hutchison - Biopure Corporation 7.9.998 ISA's SP95 & API's RP 554 William Bosler - Bosler 7.9.999 PI AS A BATCH REPORT GENERATOR AT BIOPURE, CAMBRIDGE, MA Tony Fenn - ASP Systems, Inc. e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p

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7.10. POWER GENERATION
7.10.905 CUTTING THE COST OF FLEXIBLE OPERATION IN COMPETITIVE POWER MARKETS Paul Ireland - RWE nPower 7.10.906 DEPLOYING IT MONITOR ON A POWER GENERATION ENVIRONMENT Maria Martin, Miguel Chavero - Iberdrola 7.10.907 ENTERGY’S TRANSITION MONITOR IMPROVING FLEET PERFORMANCE Walter Irvin - Entergy; Steve Winsett, Susie Coppock - SAIC 7.10.908 FOSSIL GENERATION FLEET PERFORMANCE CENTER: REAL TIME PROCESS VISIBILITY VIA RTPORTAL/PROCESSBOOK Sumanth Makunur - DTE Energy; Charles Campbell - Data South Systems 7.10.909 LEVERAGING OSISOFT RTPORTAL AND SAP NETWEAVER TO ENHANCE AND EXTEND EAM George Muller - Conectiv Energy 7.10.910 MOBILIZING THE FIELD WORKER Paul Kurchina - TransAlta; Chas Mohrmann - SAT Corporation 7.10.911 ROLE OF PI IN ENTERGY’S PERFORMANCE MONITORING & DIAGNOSTICS CENTER Gary Barnes - Entergy 7.10.912 UNIÓN FENOSA IT STRATEGY - ADAPTATION TO THE CHANGES IN THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT David Andrés Hurtado - Soluziona 7.10.913 REAL TIME PERFORMANCE MONITORING IN TAEAN TPP Hoon Jung, Sang Guye Rhim - Korea Electric Power Corp 7.10.914 PI-BASED PERFORMANCE MONITORING SYSTEM FOR COMBINED CYCLE POWER GENERATION TECHNOLOGY Sam Jenkins, Dave Olsheski - Calpine Corporation 7.10.915 POWER GENERATION COMMERCIAL MONITORING AT ESB, IRELAND Charlie O’Neill - ESB Power Generation; Malcolm Bates - Process Informatics Ltd 7.10.916 A REAL-TIME ENTERPRISE SOLUTION FOR GUOHUA ELECTRIC POWER CORPORATION Burkhard Frese - Siemens AG Power Generation 7.10.917 PI BASED REAL-TIME WIND POWER PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Tom Hedgepeth, Soumen Ghosh - Prasentia 7.10.918 RELIANT RESOURCES’ GENERATION INFORMATION ENVIRONMENT (GIE) – USING ACTIVEVIEW Billy Crosby, Angelina Tran - Reliant Energy 7.10.919 SOLUTION DEVELOPMENT USING VISUAL STUDIO.NET AND THE MDB Bob Knox, George Muller - Conectiv Energy 7.10.920 USING PI AS A TRANSITIONING TOOL TO RTPM Joseph Bell - Calpine Corporation 7.10.921 THE SIP PROJECT Florencio Alonso, Mario Angel Iglesias - Endesa; Emilio Manuel Dominguez, Miguel Larre, Eduardo Diaz - ABB Power Technology 7.10.922 DTE ENERGY CASE STUDY - USING PI FOR DISTRIBUTION NETWORK ANALYSIS AND DG CONTROL Herbert Falk - SISCO 7.10.923 CENTER FOR MONITORING, DIAGNOSTIC AND SIMULATION OF COMBINED CYCLE POWER PLANT (CMDS) & IT MONITOR Miguel Chavero Escamilla - Iberdrola 7.10.924 INTRODUCTION TO OIS DISPLAY DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS Skip Hagan - Entergy Fossil Operations 7.10.925 EXTENDING PI FOR PROCESS IMPROVEMENT IN OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE AT TRANSALTA Keith Christianson, Paul Kurchina - TransAlta 7.10.926 GENERIC APPLICATIONS WITH THE MODULE DATABASE Dave Smythia - Entergy; Steve Winsett, K. T. Huang - SAIC 7.10.927 IT MONITOR AT WESTAR ENERGY - MONITORING DISTRIBUTED APPLICATIONS FOR IMPROVED QUALITY OF SERVICE Larry Conrad, Bill Glynn - Westar Energy 7.10.928 PI – AN ENTERPRISE INTEGRATION TOOL Mark Brown, Mark Bowles, Sam Jenkins - Calpine Corporation 7.10.929 PI IN A MODERN POWER PLANT - MORE USES THAN JUST A TROUBLESHOOTER Brian M. Wood - American National Power, Inc e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e,p e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p e, p

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7.10.930 RELIANT RESOURCES: FLEET WIDE DEPLOYMENT OF PI e, p David Thomason, Joe Milton - Reliant Energy 7.10.931 THE PI TOOLS IN THE CMDS e, p Maria Martin Gomez - Iberdrola 7.10.932 USING PI TO MONITOR HYDROELECTRIC CONTROL SYSTEMS e, p Jeff Mettler - Chelan County PUD 7.10.933 USING PI-ACE & PI-MDB IN APPLICATIONS FOR HYDRO ENERGY PRODUCTION e, p Michael Walsh - Brascan Energy Marketing Inc. 7.10.934 TITLE V REPORTING AT WASATCH ENERGY SYSTEMS e, p Bart Baker - Wasatch Energy Systems; Mike Fishman - EXELE Information Systems 7.10.935 REAL-TIME INFORMATION MANAGEMENT IN THE POWER UTILITIES e, p Larry Phillips & David Stockford, OSIsoft 7.10.936 REAL-TIME CONDITION AND PERFORMANCE MONITORING SAFEGUARDS e, p SUCCESS Doug Smith – Power Engineering, June 2002 7.10.937 E-NOTIFICATION FOR OSI PI - ENTERPRISE ALERT SYSTEM e, p AND AUTOMATED REPORTING APPLICATIONS AT FIRST ENERGY Ron Carson - First Energy Corporation; Mike Santucci, ECG 7.10.938 INTEGRATION OF ENTERPRISE PI SERVERS INTO AN EXISTING POWER PLANT e, p PERFORMANCE INFRASTRUCTURE John L. Ragone - KeySpan Energy 7.10.939 PI FOR FOSSIL GENERATION DECISION SUPPORT e, p Bill Soldat - Texas Utilities 7.10.940 REAL TIME AT TRANSALTA e, p Keith Christianson - TransAlta 7.10.941 IBERDROLA CENTRE FOR MONITORING, DIAGNOSTIC AND e, p SIMULATION OF COMBINED CYCLE POWER PLANTS Pablo M. Ruas & Tomas A. Tejedor – Iberdrola Generacion S.A. 7.10.942 OPERATIONS INFORMATION SYSTEM - PROVIDING THE COMPETITIVE EDGE e, p FOR ENTERGY’S FOSSIL FLEET Walter C. Irwin - Entergy; Ken Kushnir - Accenture; Eric G. Benson - General Physics 7.10.943 ACCESS YOUR PI TAGS & PLANT INFORMATION USING PROCESSBOOK e, p Jim Boone - Progress Energy 7.10.944 CON EDISON STEAM BUSINESS - EAST RIVER STATION: e, p USING PI AS AN AGENT OF CHANGE FROM OLD PRACTICES TO THE INTELLIGENT OPERATION OF NEW POWER TECHNOLOGY Steven Parisi - Con Edison 7.10.945 DELIVERING PERFORMANCE BENEFIT WITH PI AT ESB, IRELAND e, p Adrian Bannister - ESB Power Generation 7.10.946 OSI PI - EMPOWERING USERS AT DTE ENERGY e, p John Gillerman - Systems Integration Specialists Company Inc. 7.10.947 GENERATING VALUE WITH PI e, p Dave Nunn - Innogy 7.10.948 OPTIMIZING PERFORMANCE AT IPL/AES USING PI AND NEUCO’S PROCESSLINK e, p Robert Cooper - Indianapolis Power & Light 7.10.949 PI PLUS MARATHON: REDUNDANT, FAULT-TOLERANT SOLUTION e, p Tom Blair - PJM Interconnection 7.10.950 SHARING THE INFORMATION PIE WITH PI e, p Michael Joseph - Alstom 7.10.951 THE ROLE OF PI IN PGMS (POWER GENERATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM) e, p OF LG ENERGY PLANT E. J. Yoon - LG Energy 7.10.952 WIRELESS PI USING DYNAMIC WEB TECHNOLOGIES e, p Samuel Dongmo, Paul Sohn, John Thomas - PG&E National Energy Group 7.10.953 YES YOU CAN MIGRATE FROM PI 2 TO PI 3 YOURSELF e, p Frank C. Borth, III - Midwest Generation 7.10.954 PI AND AEP e, p Gary Cain - AEP 7.10.955 REINVENTING ASSET MANAGEMENT e, p David J. Dolezilek - Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc , Lee M. Ayers – OSI Software 7.10.956 BROOKLYN NAVY YARD PI INSTALLATION e, p Yefim Kashler - Edison Mission Energy 7.10.957 PI IN NB POWER e, p Steve Boyko - New Brunswick Power 7.10.958 NCMS - NOx COMPLIANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM e, p Bill Soldat & Judah Moseson - Texas Utilities

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7.10.959 REAL TIME INFORMATION MANAGEMENT TO INCREASE THE PRODUCTIVITY IN THE POWER INDUSTRY Osvaldo A. Bascur & J. Patrick Kennedy – OSI Software 7.10.960 STRATEGIC ROLE OF PI AT NEW BRUNSWICK POWER Marcella LeBlanc - New Brunswick Power 7.10.961 USE OF OSI SOFTWARE’S PI SYSTEM AT NATIONAL POWER Paul Ireland - Operations Support Group, National Power 7.10.962 COMMENTS ON PI VALUE IN GENERATION AT DETROIT EDISON Jeffrey J. Norton - Operations Engineering, Detroit Edison 7.10.963 RETURN ON INVESTMENT (ROI) POWER WITH PI Todd Pistorese, OSI Software, Inc. 7.10.964 USING PI TO LEVERAGE INFORMATION FOR COMPETITIVE ADVANCE Thomas L. Kuczynski - PG&E Energy Trading - Power 7.10.966 PI APPLICATIONS AT FIRST ENERGY WITH PLANTVIEW 2000TM Ron Carson - First Energy Corp., Jim Scavuzzo - Engineering Consultants Group 7.10.967 ADDED VALUE APPLICATIONS ENABLED THROUGH PI Jerry Weber, Frank Borth, Wayne Benedeck -ComEd 7.10.968 MODEL-BASED PERFORMANCE MONITORING AND OPTIMIZATION Dr. Rodney Gay - Enter Software, Inc. Mark McFarland - Carr Street Station, Constellation Operating Services 7.10.969 WORKING TO SUCCEED WITH AN OPERATIONS INFORMATION SYSTEM Alan Dormer - MDC Technology; Adrian Bannister - Electricity Supply Board (ESB) 7.10.970 THE IMPLEMENTATION OF LUMUT ADVANCED REAL-TIME e, p INFORMATION SYSTEM (LARIS) AT LUMUT POWER PLANT Mohd Helmy Ibrahim, Sufyan Mohd Nor - Teknik Janakuasa, Segari Energy Ventures 7.10.971 APPLICATION OF PI-PROCESS BOOK IN HYDROELECTRIC SYSTEM OPERATIONS Colin Fingler - BC Hydro Power Supply 7.10.972 BAKE-OFF CONTESTANT WINS 1ST PLACE - PI SUCCESS STORIES AT ComEd Frank C. Borth, III -Commonwealth Edison 7.10.973 PI AT MIT e, p Christopher Russo - MIT Energy Laboratory 7.10.974 THE POWER INSIGHTS SUITE David Jakob - Pavilion 7.10.975 ACQUIRING AND DEPLOYING PI AT A MAJOR MID-WEST UTILITY Bob Osterhout - First Energy 7.10.976 UTILITIES MARKET 1998 OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES Todd Pistorese - OSI Software Inc. 7.10.977 PI, THE STANDARD IN POWER GENERATION Joe Mishaga - OSI Software Inc. 7.10.978 ENHANCING MARKET COMPETITIVENESS WITH PI Frank C. Borth, III - ComEd 7.10.979 ACHIEVING MARKETPLACE ADVANTAGE THROUGH TECHNOLOGY (Document) Frank C. Borth, III - ComEd, Daniel P. Krueger - Andersen Consulting 7.10.980 ACHIEVING MARKETPLACE ADVANTAGE THROUGH TECHNOLOGY (Presentation) Frank C. Borth, III - ComEd, Daniel P. Krueger - Andersen Consulting 7.10.981 MANAGING MULTIPLE PI SYSTEMS Phyllis S. McAllister - Duke Power 7.10.982 VIRGINIA POWER DATA ARCHIVAL & RETRIEVAL SYSTEM (DARS) Tom Guinan - VA Power, Bob Visner - RoviSys 7.10.983 TEAMING FOR SUCCESS IN FOSSIL GENERATION Walter C. Irwin - Entergy 7.10.984 PI APPLICATION(S) IN FOSSIL GENERATION Bob Green - PSE&G; Glen Looney - JGL Systems, Inc. 7.10.985 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AS A KEY ENABLER IN PREPARING FOR COMPETITION: COMED`s KINCAID GENERATING STATION (Document) Frank C. Borth, III, James W. Thompson – ComEd; Joseph M. Mishaga - OSI Software 7.10.986 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AS A KEY ENABLER IN PREPARING FOR COMPETITION: COMED`s KINCAID GENERATING STATION (Presentation) Frank C. Borth, III, James W. Thompson – ComEd; Joseph M. Mishaga - OSI Software

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7.10.987 A UTILITY IMPLEMENTATION OF AN EXPERT SYSTEM Patrick Thomas - Cynergy 7.10.988 NATIONAL POWER - 2 YEARS ON Chris Hunt - National Power 7.10.989 A TARGET HEAT RATE MODEL FOR POWER PLANTS Martin Green - Enron Power 7.10.990 RE-ENGINEERING PRODUCTION REPORTING WITH PI-DATALINK AND PROGRAMMERS TOOLKIT AT ALCOA's ROCKDALE POWER PLANT Martin Bryant - Alcoa Rockdale Power Plant 7.10.991 NATIONAL POWER RESULTS LETTER Barry Dyson - National Power 7.10.992 PSI ENGERGY ON-LINE PERFORMANCE MONITORING Patrick W. Thomas, Todd A. Muncy - PSI Energy 7.10.993 WINDOWS INTEGRATED PROCESS INFORMATION WITH PI-PROCESSBOOK AT ALCOA'S ROCKDALE POWER PLANT Martin Bryant - Alcoa Rockdale Power Plant 7.10.994 EASTLAKE PLANT EXPERIENCE WITH AN INTEGRATED CONTROL & INFORMATION SYSTEM Sidney Stone - Centerior Service Company; Roy Fray - Electric Power Research Institute; John Cunningham-Reid - The RoviSys Company 7.10.995 TESTING PI IN A COMPLEX ENVIRONMENT James Burr,Kenneth Nielson - Intermountain Power Sevice Corp.; Rusell Murray - Digital Equipment Corp. 7.10.996 REINVENTING OPERATIONS USING OPERATIONAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS Barry Dyson, Jeffrey Kirby - National Power; Gavin Rennie - Andersen Consulting 7.10.997 DUKE POWER: PLANT PROCESS DATA AND OIL SYSTEMS David Dwyer, Phyllis McAllister, Ginger Dellinger - Duke Power 7.10.998 USE OF PI AT NATIONAL POWER Barry Dyson - National Power; Shawn Collinson, Gavin Rennie - Andersen Consulting 7.10.999 PI FROM A PC NETWORK PERSPECTIVE AT ALCOA'S ROCKDALE POWER PLANT Martin Bryant -F1 Business Systems

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7.11. PULP & PAPER
7.11.918 DEPLOYING AN EMBEDDED HISTORIAN AT CASCADES e, p Tom LeBay - Prosoft Technology 7.11.919 ENERGY CONSUMPTION MONITORING e, p François Ruel - Cascades; Tom LeBay - Prosoft Technology 7.11.920 MANUFACTURING EXECUTION IT FRAMEWORK FOR REAL TIME SUPPLY e, p CHAIN EXCELLENCE IN CMPC Fernando Carrasco, Carlos Cifuentes - CMPC; Diego Arenas - Contac Ingenieros 7.11.921 RTPM IN AN INTEGRATED PULP AND PAPER MILL e, p Diane Bricco - MeadWestvaco Corporation 7.11.922 A CORPORATE VIEW OF ENERGY SAVING WITH PI e, p Francois Ruel - Cascades Inc. 7.11.923 THE TRANSFORMATION OF YOUR MILL’S DATA HISTORIAN: USING REAL-TIME e, p INFORMATION FOR MANAGEMENT DECISION SUPPORT Carol Jackson and J. Patrick Kennedy – OSIsoft, Inc. 7.11.924 BASIC CARE AND CONDITION MONITORING VIA PI e, p Dennis Waldroup and Gregg Jarboe - Weyerhaeuser Hawesville Operations 7.11.925 UTILIZING PI PROGRAMMING TOOLS TO SUPPORT PREDICTIVE e, p MODEL APPLICATIONS B. Fletcher Ashcraft - Weyerhaeuser 7.11.926 GLOBAL ACQUISITIONS AND MERGERS: KEEPING PI IN FOCUS e, p Jamie Andrews and Stan Megraw - Domtar Paper 7.11.927 MAKING PAPER VERSUS MAKING POWER e, p ACI ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (EM-SYS) Guy Roussel - Abitibi Consolidated Inc. 7.11.928 AN ENTERPRISE IMPLEMENTATION OF PI-ACE AND MODULE DATABASE e, p Diane Bricco, Robert Bolm - MeadWestvaco 7.11.929 THE VALUE OF INTERNET TECHNOLOGY e, p Carol Jackson – OSI Software Inc. 7.11.930 IMPLEMENTATION OF RLINK-PPPI AT A PULP MILL e, p Flavio Maeda - Cybertecnica Instrumentacao e Tecnologia Ltda 7.11.931 SMURFIT-STONE'S CONTAINERBOARD MILL DIVISION HAS RECENTLY e, p STANDARDIZED ON THE PI SYSTEM SOFTWARE SUITE FOR THEIR 20 MILLS Daniel Gougeon – Smurfit-Stone Container Production 7.11.932 USING PI TO HELP OPERATORS MAKE COST EFFICIENT DECISIONS e, p Fletcher Ashcraft - Weyerhaeuser Corporation 7.11.933 INTEGRATING AUTOMATION DATA TO PIMS e, p Gilbert Cousineau, Bernard Lupien - Papier Masson Ltée 7.11.934 CENTERLINE - A UNIQUE PI APPLICATION FOR GRADE-BASE e, p SYSTEM MANAGEMENT Beth Murray - Georgia-Pacific 7.11.935 QUALITY ALERT PROGRAM AT TEMBEC e, p Rhondi Monette - Tembec; Chris Ambrozic - Umetrics 7.11.936 INTEGRATING AUTOMATION DATA TO PIMS e, p Gilbert Cousineau& Bernard Lupien - Papier Masson Ltée 7.11.937 DATA ACCESS REQUIREMENTS FOR E-BUSINESS IN THE e, p PULP AND PAPER INDUSTRY Carol Jackson – OSI Software Inc. 7.11.938 PAPER INDUSTRY’S “E” CHALLENGE IS LEVERAGING ITS INFORMATION e, p Carol Jackson & J. Patrick Kennedy – OSI Software Inc. 7.11.939 VALUE-ADDED APPLICATIONS IN THE PI ENVIRONMENT e, p AT ST-LAURENT PAPERBOARD LA TUQUE Yves Racette - Walsh Automation 7.11.940 DELIVERING VISIONS TO THE DESKTOP e, p OSI Software Inc. Pulp & Paper Overview 7.11.941 INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN PULP & PAPER e, p Monica Shaw, Technical Editor – Pulp & Paper Magazine 7.11.942 EXECUTIVE/MILL INFORMATION SYSTEM (EIS) e, p Les Cooper - StoraEnso 7.11.943 THE EVOLUTION OF PI SYSTEM #16 AT APPLETON PAPERS e, p Mark Kossel, John Trabert, Roger Gerhant and Paul Sitter - Appleton Papers 7.11.944 ALABAMA RIVER CASE: WE'VE SLOWED DOWN AND WE'RE MAKING MORE TONS e, p Process Control Manager - Alabama River Pulp

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7.11.945 CHAMPION INTERNATIONAL CASE: I HAVE WITNESSED FOREMEN USING e, p PI-ProcessBOOK® DISPLAYS DURING A START-UP OR SHUTDOWN TO MAKE SURE EVERYTHING IS WORKING Myron Younce - Champion International 7.11.946 GEORGIA PACIFIC CASE: PI PRESENTS EVERYONE A SINGLE SET OF e, p FACTUAL DATA, AS OPPOSED TO INDIVIDUAL GUESSING AND ASSUMPTIONS Georgia Pacific 7.11.947 INLAND CONTAINER CASE: THE PI SYSTEM™ HAS PAID FOR ITSELF A NUMBER e, p OF TIMES Technical Manager - Inland Container 7.11.948 KORSNAS CASE: PI IS EMPLOYED THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE MILL e, p WE HAVE ABOUT 200 PI USERS Process Control Manager - Korsnas AB 7.11.949 MEAD CASE: PI IS A HUGE OPTIMIZATION TOOL FOR THIS MILL e, p Technical Manager - Mead Coated Board, Mahrt Division 7.11.950 STORA FOREST CASE: OUR PRESIDENT IS A REGULAR PI USER e, p Stora Forest Industries, Ltd. 7.11.951 THE TEMBEC EXPERIENCE e, p “FROM THE STONE AGE TO THE LEADING EDGE” Marc Champagne - Tembec Inc., Temiscaming Site 7.11.952 BREAKING UP IS "EASY AS PI" TO DO - THE MIGRATION FROM A e, p LARGE PI2 SYSTEM TO MULTIPLE PI3 SYSTEMS Scott Torrison & Ted Groszkiewicz - Champion International Corp. 7.11.953 CONVERTING PI2 TO PI 3 e, p Sean Ireland - Champion International Corporation 7.11.954 PERFORMANCE TESTING OF PI ON NT e, p George Krc - Mead Paper 7.11.955 PI FOR PULP AND PAPER e, p Carol Jackson - OSI Software, Inc. 7.11.956 NEURONAL NETWORK MODELING FOR PROCESS CONTROL e, p ON A PAPER MACHINE Eric Golla - NNLA Consulting 7.11.957 USING THE PI-API WITH VB e, p RATE/SURGE STRATEGY - A DECISION SUPPORT TOOL Ron Oudenaarden - Alabama River Companies 7.11.958 PLANNING & COMMUNICATING QUALITY e, p Jerry Clark, Barry Lee, Kevin Velasquez - QCS 7.11.959 GRADEBOOK e, p John Kelm - Mountain Systems 7.11.960 E I S EXECUTIVE INFORMATION SYSTEM e, p Ben Lee - Simon Systems 7.11.961 PAPER MACHINE SOLUTIONS USING PROCESS INSIGHTS & PI e, p Kent Stephenson - Pavilion Technologies, Inc. 7.11.962 TROUBLE SHOOTING WITH PI IN A PAPER MILL e, p Andy Kahra - Newsprint South, Inc. 7.11.963 PROCESS BOOK IN ACTION e, p Appleton Papers Inc. West Carrolton 7.11.964 HIGH SYSTEM RELIABILITY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL DATA STORAGE e, p Don E. Smith - Oil Systems, Inc. 7.11.965 WHY KORSNAS IS THE FIRST PULP & PAPER COMPANY IN EUROPE e, p TO INSTALL PI & HOW IT WILL BE USED Mats Tornquist - Korsnas 7.11.966 DESCRIPTION OF GRADE CHANGE SPREADSHEET e, p DEVELOPED AND USED BY PAPER MACHINE OPERATIONS Knapp Hudson - SD Warren 7.11.967 USING PI FOR CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT e, p Melissa Weigand - Inland Container 7.11.968 USING PHOTOS IN PROCESSBOOK e, p Arnold Jensen.Jr. - Boise Cascade

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TEAMWORK PAYS BIG DIVIDENDS e, p Craig Moon - Boise Cascade Corporation and Jim Black - Digital Equipment Corp. WHAT'S FOR DESSERT? - THE SEQUEL e, p Jim Fortenberry - Georgia Pacific SYSTEMS DYNAMICS e, p S. Knapp Hudson - SDWarren PREDICTION AND CONTROL OF PAPER MACHINE PARAMETERS e, p USING ADAPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN PROCESS MODELING Carol A. Schweiger - Packaging Corp. of America; John B. Rudd - Pavilion Technologies, Inc. THE BEST PRACTICE IN PLANNING AND SCHEDULING PAPER MILL PRODUCTIONe, p Hans Meder - OSI SOFTWARE GmbH AIR EMISSIONS MONITORING AND REPORTING AT THE LONGVIEW MILL e, p Randall P. Bradford - Weyerhaeuser Paper Company JUSTIFICATION OF PLANTWIDE INFORMATION SYSTEMS e, p Ole Fadum - Fadum Enterprises DISTRIBUTED PI AT CHAMPION COURTLAND MILL e, p Scott Torrison - Champion International Corp. FIVE YEARS OF PI SYSTEM MANAGEMENT (THE QUEST FOR HAPPY USERS) e, p George Krc and Bob Bolm - Mead Paper Company USING THE FOXBORO API... AND HOW THE DATA IS USED e, p David A. White - Champion International Corp. PROFILE DISPLAYS AND ROLL MANAGEMENT e, p James Fortenberry and Bob Deaton - Georgia Pacific INTEGRATING A LAB SYSTEM WITH PI e, p Jim Novak - Appleton Papers, Inc. TRANSLATING A CONTROL SYSTEM DATABASE TO A PI SYSTEM DATABASE e, p Craig Moon - Boise Cascade Corp. and Ron Childress - Automation Applications, Inc. INTEGRATED MILLWIDE INFORMATION SEMINAR e, p Prepared by Fadum Enterprises for Digital and Oil Systems THE ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF MILLWIDE INFORMATION AUTOMATION e, p Robert A. Bareiss, Don E. Smith, and Charles Bolton - Oil Systems, Inc. INTEGRATE REAL-TIME DATA WITH DECISION SUPPORT e, p J. Patrick Kennedy - Oil Systems, Inc. MANAGING PROCESS INFORMATION DATA: e, p RELATIONAL V. REAL TIME DATABASES Mary Jo Wager and Dan Miklovic - Weyerhaeuser Company HISTORY - MATH MODELING e, p From the TAPPI “Introduction to Process Simulation” manual MAKING PROCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS AND BUSINESS SYSTEMS WORK TOGETHER Alton Loe - Weyerhaeuser Company DCS OR PLC-HOW A USER DECIDES WHICH TO USE FOR CELL/AREA CONTROL e, p Dan Miklovic - Weyerhaeuser Research & Development; Carroll G. Ipock, II - Weyerhaeuser Paper Company MILL WIDE INFORMATION SYSTEM COMPUTERIZATION FOR STARTUP e, p AT NEWSPRINT SOUTH, GRENADA, MS Jan Westling - Newsprint South, Inc.; J. Patrick Kennedy - Oil Systems, Inc. PROCESS MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS REQUIREMENTS AND RESULTS e, p Eric J. Bean - Weyerhaeuser Information Systems PLANTWIDE INFORMATION SYSTEMS: e, p GAINING COMMITMENT THROUGH TRAINING Eric J. Bean - Weyerhaeuser Information Systems SUCESSFUL APPLICATIONS OF PI e, p PI Users Conference 1991 IMPLEMENTING OF MILLWIDE CONCEPTS USING A PC NETWORK e, p George Callatig - Scott Paper Co.

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SUCESS WITH AN INTEGRATED PLANT INFORMATION SYSTEM AT A PULP AND PAPER MILL Raymond C. Verhoeff - Champion International Corporation DATA REQUIREMENTS FOR OPTIMIZATION AND SCHEDULING SOFTWARE FOR AN INTEGRATED PULP AND PAPER MILL J. Patrick Kennedy - Oil Systems Inc. NEW MILL-WIDE SYSTEM PROCUCES ANNUAL SAVINGS OF MORE THAN $1 MILLION Weyerhaeuser Information Systems PROSMART: AN EASY TOOL FOR CLEAR DECISION-MAKING Weyerhaeuser Information Systems SMART PROCESS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TURNS PAPER SAVINGS INTO REAL PROFITS John Donovan - Plant Engineering Magazine September 24, 1987 PROCESS CONTROL INTEGRATION WITH BUSINESS SYSTEMS Alton Loe - Weyerhaeuser Co.

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7.12. POWER DISTRIBUTION
7.12.974 OPTIONAL GRID STABILITY SYSTEM FOR THE ITALIAN TRANSMISSION e, p OPERATOR OSIsoft, Inc. 7.12.975 USING ANALYSIS FRAMEWORK FOR POWER T&D APPLICATIONS e, p Herbert Falk - SISCO 7.12.977 NEW "EYES AND EARS" FOR ELECTRICAL GRID OPERATORS e, p Craig Taylor - California ISO 7.12.978 GETTING ALL OF YOUR DATA INTO PI OR: TEACH YOURSELF TO BE AN e, p INTERFACE EXPERT IN 7 DAYS… Matt Heere - PJM 7.12.979 NERC CYBER SECURITY STANDARDS AND AUGUST 14TH BLACKOUT e, p IMPLICATIONS Joe Weiss - KEMA, Inc. 7.12.980 USING PI FOR DISTRIBUTED GENERATION CONTROL AND POWER TRADING e, p AT DETROIT EDISON Herbert Falk - SISCO 7.12.981 IMPLEMENTING AND ADMINISTRATING REDUNDANT e, p PI-ADVANCED COMPUTING ENGINE (ACE) SERVERS Craig Taylor - California ISO 7.12.982 SCHOOL PROJECT: SUBSTATION & CIRCUIT HISTORY OF OPERATIONAL LOADS e, p Tom Eyford - PacifiCorp 7.12.983 AM/FMGIS/SCADA INTEGRATION ISSUES: A TECHNOLOGY PRIMER e, p Lee Margaret Ayers - PlanGraphics, Inc. 7.12.984 USING PI FOR MEETING NERC AND WSCC REGIONAL RELIABILITY e, p MONITORING REQUIREMENTS Mike Starr, Don DeBerry - California ISO 7.12.985 SUBSTATIONS TRANSFORMERS: TWO BIRDS, ONE STONE e, p Lee Margaret Ayers - OSIsoft, Inc.; John Baranowski - PECO Energy 7.12.986 LARGE PI SYSTEM REDUNDANCY, PERFORMANCE AND SECURITY STRATEGIES e, p Craig Taylor - California ISO; Christopher Russo - Russo & Associates 7.12.987 OPTIMIZING PERFORMANCE AT CSU USING PI AND NEUCO’S PROCESSLINK e, p Gordon Littleton - Colorado Springs Utilities; Ian Willetts - NeuCo, Inc. 7.12.988 INTEGRATING UTILITY ASSET GRAPHICS WITH PI e, p Larry Kuhl - Coherent Networks 7.12.989 IMPLEMENTATION OF PI HISTORIAN FOR SUBSTATION EQUIPMENT e, p ASSESSMENT AT PECO ENERGY John Baranski - PECO Energy 7.12.990 DIAGNOSTIC AND PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE APPLICATIONS OF PI e, p John A. Mihevic, Robert L. Norman - NASA John H. Glenn Research Center 7.12.991 PSE&G CONDITION-BASED MAINTENANCE WITH OSI TECHNOLOGIES e, p Angela Rothweiler, Keith Pierce - PSE&G 7.12.992 REINVENTING ASSET MANAGEMENT e, p David J. Dolezilek - Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc. ; Lee Margaret Ayers - OSI Software, Inc. 7.12.994 MANAGING THROUGH THE ENERGY CRISIS - UTILIZING REAL-TIME DATA AND e, p AUTOMATED PROCESSES TO SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE ENERGY RELATED COSTS AND RISKS John Gaus - Enermetrix 7.12.995 MANAGING RELIABILITY AND THE MARKETS WITH PI e, p Jim Detmers - California Independent System Operator 7.12.996 BUILDING A POOR MAN’S MONITORING SYSTEM e, p Le Margaret Ayers, J. Patrick Kennedy, Todd Pistorese - OSI Software, Inc. 7.12.997 ENTERPRISE PI - HOW DO I MANAGE ALL OF THIS? e, p Robert Raesmann - Jacksonville Electric 7.12.998 ACTIVE LOAD MANAGEMENT AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE e, p BUSINESS STRATEGIES (Document) Lee Margaret Ayers - OSI Software, Inc., PlanGraphics Inc.; Frank Borth - Commonwealth Edison 7.12,999 ACTIVE LOAD MANAGEMENT AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE e, p BUSINESS STRATEGIES (Presentation) Lee Margaret Ayers - OSI Software, Inc., PlanGraphics Inc.; Frank Borth - Commonwealth Edison

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7.13. WATER INDUSTRY
7.13.994 IMPLEMENTING ENTERPRISE BUSINESS INTEGRATION & LESSONS LEARNED e, p Gary Wong - Greater Vancouver Regional District; Miroslav Zelezny - EIC Solutions Ltd. 7.13.995 THE USE OF PI AND SIGMAFINE IN THE WATER INDUSTRY e, p B. D. Neve - Rex Software Limited 7.13.996 POTABLE AND WASTE WATER MONITORING USING PI UDS AND VISUAL BASIC e, p Jonathon Zulawski - Brock Solutions 7.13.997 BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE BASED ON PI-SYSTEMS AT BWB e, p Johannes Broll, Ulrich Blöhm, Thomas Bierwirth - Berliner Wasserbetriebe 7.13.998 USING IIS TO PROVIDE PI DATA TO THE ENTERPRISE e, p Tim King - Metro Wastewater Reclamation District 7.13.999 PI FOR CONTINUOUS MONITORING AND CONTROL IN TODAY'S e, p WATER INDUSTRY David Leis - SS Technologies Inc.

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