Process Control Specialist/ Consultant contact Bill Fester at 713-932-8619   PURPOSE: I am a Process Automation Engineering Consultant. I am available to assist you and your facility to satisfy any unmet needs in the management of your control systems. I have a broad spectrum of experience in DCS, PLC, and SIS systems. EDUCATION: Bachelors of […]

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Allergan CEO Brent Saunders told CNBC on Wednesday the U.S. government had targeted his company’s failed $160 billion deal with Pfizer. “It really looked like they did a very fine job of constructing a rule here — a temporary rule — to stop this deal, and obviously it was successful,” he told CNBC’s “Squawk on […]

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Overview: Safety standards and certification requirements have changed over the years. Safety standards and certification requirements have changed over the years. So have approaches to the design and implementation of safety systems – a fact that affects not only the replacement of aging systems, but also the selection of safety and control systems in new […]

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Everett Booe, Senior Process Control Engineer

by Bill Fester on January 22, 2016 · 0 comments

in DCS, People, PLC

Experienced engineer whose career has been spent in process engineering, process optimization, and project design and management within the petrochemical, oil and gas, and alumina industries. Experience includes project development, design, and management, process improvement, commissioning and start up support.   t.   BooeEverett

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The vast majority of companies are more exposed to cyberattacks than they have to be. To close the gaps in their security, CEOs can take a cue from the U.S. military. Once a vulnerable IT colossus, it is becoming an adroit operator of well-defended networks. Today the military can detect and remedy intrusions within hours, […]

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Defending your networks, platforms, control systems and industrial settings from cyber attacks is a tough job, but with the right tools an attack could be prevented. In recent years hacking, phishing and cyber attacks have become a commonality. While online identity theft and email hacking affects individuals at the personal and financial level, a recent […]

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Improving legacy automation systems can present a variety of challenges Process manufacturing plants are famous, some would say notorious, for their tendency to keep automation systems and associated networks up and running for decades. Some estimates suggest that easily half of the automation systems controlling North American plants have parts that are at least 20 […]

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from Triangle Business Journal by Jason DeBruyn   GSK announces more layoffs, 180 affected in North Carolina Mar 23, 2015, 5:05pm EDT Updated: Mar 23, 2015, 5:07pm EDT Share on Google + Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Twitter Email this article Save Order Reprints Print GlaxoSmithKline Enlarge Photo John West GSK has […]

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from PlantServices.com Bishop-Wisecarver Group, a WBENC-certified, woman-owned family of companies that offer guidance solutions, contract specialty manufacturing and mechatronic-based engineering services, continues its longstanding commitment to STEM education as a Diamond Supplier for the 2015 FIRST Robotics Competition. The company is also sponsoring four California-based FIRST teams to help fund their projects and travel to […]

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(WBIR – Alcoa) The federal government is stepping up to help a big expansion to the Alcoa aluminum plant in Blount County. Alcoa, Inc. will get a $259 million loan to support its expansion of lightweight aluminum for cars and trucks. The Department of Energy announced it’s finalizing the low-interest loan to support the expansion […]

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