Statoil simulates process with GSE

Deal targets operator training and process optimization at Norway’s largest refinery.

Statoil is to deploy an operator training and process optimizing simulator from Baltimore-based GSE Systems at its Mongstad refinery, Norway, in addition to other GSE models used at the site.


GSE CEO John Moran said, ‘Our refining and petrochemical customers initially purchase simulators for their most complex and high value processes. As they discover the power and benefits of these simulators, we are seeing increased interest to expand simulation into other unit operations of their refineries. We are also seeing interest from potential first time simulation users in the refining and petrochemical industries focused on improving safety within their plants in addition to the economic benefits simulation can provide. The oil production, petrochemical and refining industries offer substantial growth opportunities for GSE both domestically and abroad.’

265 installations

GSE Systems are deployed at 265 installations in more than 25 countries in energy, process, manufacturing and government.

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