As an OLI partner, we are committed to a joint long-term journey based on a shared vision and common value proposition to the market. Our program is built with the objective of growing business for mutual success.
Integrating industry leading simulation engines with the prestigious OLI Alliance Engine unlocks new potential for customers.
OLI Engine in SysCAD
Partners with KWA Kenwalt Australia
OLI is implemented as a property block in an OLI Reactor block inside SysCAD, a flowsheet simulator for mineral processing.
OLI Engine in Aspen Plus / OLI Engine in Aspen HYSYS
Partners with Aspen Technology
OLI's specialty product fits well within AspenTech's comprehensive suite of engineering tools, adding value to AspenTech's electrolyte capabilities when tough electrolyte problems occur.
OLI Engine in gPROMS
Partners with Process Systems Enterprise
When gPROMS is your simulator of choice, check this joint product that brings electrolyte rigor to the gPROMS system.
OLI Engine in IDEAS
Partners with Andritz Automation
OLI brings chemistry to IDEAS mass, energy, and momentum balances for hydraulic / thermodynamic systems.
OLI Engine in Schlumberger Symmetry
Partners with Schlumberger
The Symmetry platform now has an integrated electrolyte property calculator—the OLI Systems' OLI Engine, which executes rigorous and accurate electrolyte calculations for oil & gas, chemicals, water treatment and new energy applications. When the OLI thermodynamic model is selected inside Symmetry, it can be activated at a flowsheet level to dictate all equilibrium calculations in the unit operations to deliver rigorous electrolyte insights. The OLI Engine electrolyte property calculator option can also be selected in user-selected material streams from thermodynamic models.
OLI MSE Engine in PRO/II
Partners with SimSci by AVEVA
SimSci was our first Alliance Partner in a relationship of nearly 30 years. Clients currently can use OLI simulation when they purchase Pro/II Electrolytes with a subset of the OLI AQ model. PRO/II clients can now select either the subset databank or the complete OLI databank system including the MSE model.
OLI Engine in UniSim Design
Partners with Honeywell
Honeywell's team has implemented OLI as a property method for both the MSE and AQ models.
OLI Engine in KBC Petro-SIM
Partners with KBC Yokogawa
This native integration enables effortless data exchange between the OLI Alliance Engine and Petro-SIM to deliver greater model fidelity and engineering efficiency. It enhances the electrolyte simulation capabilities of Petro-SIM in upstream oil and gas production, NGL (natural gas liquids) processing, LNG (liquefied natural gas), oil refining, petrochemical and chemical manufacturing operations.
Expanding OLI technology for a mutual benefit
OLI Sponsored Research Partners provide specifications and funding for an extension of OLI technology, development of an OLI product or feature, or application of OLI to a specific business problem.
Partially fund the development of research, chemistry, product, or application
Help set the direction of OLI work
Become the client for new development of work particularly of interest to you
Receive ancillary partner benefits in exchange
A nuclear power company commissioned parameters for new alloys that were of particular interest to them.
New product development
A team of three oil and gas upstream companies provided requirements, steering and testing for the development of OLI Studio: ScaleChem and then received partner pricing for that product for a period of time.
A Mideast oil and gas company worked with simulation experts to model several refinery units in one of their local refineries, extending the OLI chemistry where necessary.
Improved density model
An oil and gas company funded the development of a better density model for brines up to high pressures and temperatures based on recently obtained experimental data.
A chemical company directed a comprehensive parameterization of boron chemistry using the Mixed-Solvent Electrolyte framework
An oil and gas company commissioned OLI’s work on developing an interfacial tension model.