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March 10, 2009

PSE and Hyperion sign Saudi gPROMS agency agreement

Gerald Ondrey

Process Systems Enterprise (PSE; London, England; www.psenterprise.com), providers of the gPROMS advanced process modeling system and related services to the process industries, and Hyperion Systems Engineering Ltd. (Nicosia, Cyprus; www.hyperion.com.cy) the leading independent simulation-solutions supplier, today announced the appointment of Hyperion as agent for PSE’s technology and Model-Based Engineering (MBE) services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Under the agreement, Hyperion Systems Engineering Saudi Arabia Ltd will introduce gPROMS and PSE’s Model-Based Engineering services to the Saudi process industry. Based on PSE’s unique predictive models for key processes and delivered by its world-class consulting group, MBE services underpin rapid return-on-investment plant optimization and accelerated process innovation and process development.

gPROMS is the world’s leading modeling environment for reaction, polymerization, crystallization and other complex processes. It represents a new generation of high-accuracy predictive modeling technology available to process industries for optimizing design and operation of process plants, accelerating innovation, managing technology risk and generating intellectual property (IP). gPROMS is widely applied throughout the chemical, petrochemical, energy, power, utilities and pharmaceuticals sectors as well as for carbon capture and storage (CCS) applications.



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