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Chevron Phillips Chemical Accelerates Digital Transformation and Cultural Innovation with Seeq
Chevron Phillips Chemical (CPChem) uses advanced analytics software Seeq to make better data-based decisions, Accelerates Digital Transformationenabling a data-driven culture. At the Seeq Conneqt conference, Brent Railey, Manager of Data Science at CPChem, described how Seeq enabled a cultural shift at the company. CPChem was able to use Seeq to digitally transform the organization by improving collaboration and problem-solving to make faster data-based decisions. CPChem’s digital foundation team used the Seeq platform to help them view and understand the value of data and to enable their digital transformation, setting a foundation for CPChem’s digital transformation team.
The software helped create a common framework for interacting with data across CPChem’s sites, and enabled collaboration across the organization. Seeq’s intuitive user design helped make adoption quick and time to insights faster. CPChem was able to solve problems that they could not solve before using Seeq.
Dutch thermoplastic composite pipe producer Strohm bags €15M
Netherlands-based Strohm, a hydrogen pipeline company, announced on Thursday, December 15, that it has raised €15M in a fresh round of funding. According to a statement from the Dutch company, this is the largest funding round in the company’s 15-year history. Strohm’s €15M investment includes a €10M commitment from ING Corporate Investments (a 100 per cent subsidiary of ING Bank), as well as a further €5M co-investment from existing investors Shell Ventures, Chevron Technology Ventures, Evonik Venture Capital and HydrogenOne Capital Growth Plc (HydrogenOne).
Strohm says it will use the funds in accelerating the growth of its manufacturing operations and increasing capacity to deliver its TCP solutions to offshore green hydrogen and carbon capture and utilisation and storage (CCUS) markets. Besides, the money will also help the company’s clients in achieving their net-zero goals.
Chevron invests in carbon capture and removal technology company, Svante
Chevron New Energies (CNE), a division of Chevron U.S.A. Inc., and Svante announced that Chevron is the lead investor in Svante’s Series E fundraising round, which raised $318 million that will be used to accelerate the manufacturing of Svante’s carbon capture technology.
Since its founding in 2007, Svante has developed carbon capture and removal technology using structured adsorbent beds, known as filters. This funding will support Svante’s commercial-scale filter manufacturing facility in Vancouver, which is anticipated to produce enough filter modules to capture millions of tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) per year across hundreds of large-scale carbon capture and storage facilities.
Worlds announces $21 million Series A1 funding round to scale Industrial Metaverse platform
Worlds Enterprises, Inc., creators of a new 4D infrastructure for building the Industrial Metaverse, announces the successful completion of its $21.2 million Series A1 funding round. The round is led by Moneta Ventures with key participation from existing investors Align Capital, Green Park & Golf Ventures, Chevron Technology Ventures, Piva Capital, PerotJain, and Capital Factory. The funding will be used to continue investing in the Company’s AI platform, expand key go-to-market partnerships, and further expand the adoption of Worlds’ technology by industrial companies.
The Worlds Industrial Metaverse platform brings AI-based automation directly into the ground floor operations of large industrial companies. IoT sensors, people, and processes all come together inside a live digital twin that organizations can use to measure and reimagine their operations in ways that were previously impossible.