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The awards are part of ACC's Energy Efficiency Continuous Improvement Program, which has recognized ExxonMobil Chemical for each of the past eight years.
EXCEPTIONAL MERIT AWARDS
ExxonMobil Baytown Chemical Plant Energy Efficiency Program - for reducing energy use through the company's Global Energy Management System monitoring practices that let console operators take timely action to improve energy efficiency. The practices use Key Energy Variables, critical measures that are continually monitored and controlled.
ExxonMobil Beaumont Polyethylene Plant Significant Improvement in Manufacturing Operating Unit operating unit
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SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT IN MANUFACTURING AWARDS
ExxonMobil Baton Rouge Chemical Plant - received awards for two projects based on implementing ExxonMobil's Global Energy Management System. One redesigned compression equipment, resulting in reduced natural gas consumption. The other identified opportunities for maintenance that improved the performance of large heat exchangers.
ExxonMobil Baytown Chemical Plant - received awards for adjustments to distillation equipment that reduced by 30 percent the amount of energy to make aromatics products and for supplying excess low-pressure steam from one unit to an adjacent one.
ExxonMobil Beaumont Chemical Plant - received awards for installing equipment that reduced natural gas consumption in a furnace and for implementing practices that reduced steam and natural gas consumption.
ExxonMobil Beaumont Polyethylene Plant - for reducing natural gas consumption through improved flare controls.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAM AWARDS
ExxonMobil Baytown Olefins Plant - for implementing systematic energy management through new operating strategies and modifying equipment used in major energy-consuming processes.
ExxonMobil Baton Rouge Chemical Plant - for improved maintenance practices that reduced steam loss and new instrumentation that improved furnace performance, minimizing natural gas use.
ExxonMobil Edison Synthetics Plant - for upgrading air system, boiler, power supply and building lighting facilities, as well as enhancing process conditions, to improve energy efficiency.
Through the Energy Efficiency Continuous Improvement program, ACC members demonstrate commitment to Responsible Care(R), the chemical industry's environmental, health and safety performance improvement initiative. Under Responsible Care, members and partners adhere to a core set of guiding principles and codes of management practice that make health, safety and environmental impacts, including the use of energy and natural resources, key considerations in developing and improving products and processes.
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