Company InformationImubit Inc. was founded on January 2016. The company is based in Houston, TX, USA . The number of employees in Imubit Inc. is less than 100. Ai optimization for hydrocarbon processors
Here is how Imubit Inc. describes itself: "Imubit is unlocking new profits at hydrocarbon processing plants with new deep learning process control technology."
Funding & investorsImubit Inc. has received 1 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $2.3M.
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Imubit Inc. - Blog
- Economic Engineering Update | September 2021
- Economic Engineering Update | July 2021
- Transforming Safety Culture from a Program to an Organizational Principle
- Economic Engineering Update | June 2021
- Economic Engineering Update | April 2021
- Economic Engineering Update | March 2021
With tight natural gas supplies globally, expect to see energy and carbon optimization become more significant in plant optimization After taking a month’s holiday from the blog, we are back this month with what has probably been the biggest change in the market – natural gas. It would appear that the age of cheap energy […]The post Economic Engineering Update | September 2021 appeared first on Imubit.
Energy Transition accelerated in EU and USA by Covid-19 resulting in peak Mogas demand, other regions to keep oil demand growing for some time In this month’s economic engineering update, we zoom out for a look at the global supply and demand environment for oil, transportation fuels, and petrochemical feedstocks. The Covid-19 pandemic caused a […]The post Economic Engineering Update | July 2021 appeared first on Imubit.
Transforming Safety Culture from a Program to an Organizational Principle In today’s ever-changing downstream landscape, both operators and service providers are facing a number of varying factors, from feedstock and equipment disturbances, to regulatory and environmental variations, and market volatility caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Now more than ever, it is important for companies to […]The post Transforming Safety Culture from a Program to an Organizational Principle appeared first on Imubit.
US Refiners See High Crack Spreads, but Renewable Fuel Credits Eat into Actual Profits Recently we have seen some buzz about refining crack spreads being at favorable levels. While this appears to be true on the surface, a key component of understanding actual domestic fuels production profitability is the current value of the Renewable Volume […]The post Economic Engineering Update | June 2021 appeared first on Imubit.
Fuels demand projected to increase, although less than 2019 The US Government’s Energy Information Administration (EIA) released their take on how gasoline and diesel demand might recover in their Short Term Energy Outlook (STEO) this week. The forecast shows that gasoline demand will increase in 2021 to levels above the low set in 2020; however, […]The post Economic Engineering Update | April 2021 appeared first on Imubit.
Vaxications, a Texas Deep Freeze, and Summer Driving Season – finally a booster shot for refining margins? Last time I wrote (January of this year) we were in the midst of the second wave of Covid-19 in many places around the world and things were not looking so great for refining margins once again. In […]The post Economic Engineering Update | March 2021 appeared first on Imubit.