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Process Management Principles for Increasing the Energy Efficiency

The approach outlined in table 61 is described as a

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Unformatted text preview: ach, outlined in Table 6.1, is described as a maturity model with five levels, and incorporates results and analysis discussed previously in Chapter 5 and can be considered an overview of research findings. The magnitude benefit associated with each level corresponds with research findings described in Chapter 5 at the IADC. Level 0 comes from previous experience developing an employee engagement program(1]. Level 1 corresponds to the results from the experiment in the Oil Boom, and reflects conservative estimates based on the impact of ongoing employee audits. However, it is important to note that other areas of the same facility, namely CCA, were able to achieve nearly 100% compliance with equipment shut-down, in which case the potential savings could be closer to 25%. Level 2 corresponds to the results from the DMAIC approach in CCA (which can be considered a Level 1 area in this framework). Level 3 corresponds to the analysis based on Oil Room data in which oven energy use could be optimized within the day via improved scheduling or automation. This cate...
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