A player in the oil sector uses simulation to determine the best investment strategy
When a company makes an acquisition, they need to be sure investments and process changes have an ROI.
A player in the oil sector acquires a competitor’s mining and oil processing operations. The company wants to know the most profitable investments to be made to increase the site’s productivity. The production has two mining sites, and each has its own ore processing machines. They are considering several options, such as the addition of redundant machines, the connection of both sites by pipelines or even the purchase or sale of semi-finished products to third parties. It’s a complex process to analyze with heuristic calculations.
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