Chevron Sees Sensors As Strategic

A presentation by Chevron at ARC's recent forum on Next Generation Manufacturing pointed out that leveraging technology to deliver superior performance and growth is a key aspect of Chevron's overall corporate strategy. Global shift in supply and demand, increasingly varied feedstocks, and the need for more flexible production to address requirements for new fuels and engines are all major factors Chevron cited that can be addressed with advanced forms of automation such as sensors and safety systems. (http://tinyurl.com/h3yu)



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