In this white paper "Using Information Intelligence to Improve Projects in the Energy Sector" IDC Energy Insights explains how to increase productivity and security, while mitigating risks. Learn why it’s critical to leverage a single application that permits access to all information associated with a capital project. Download the paper to get the top seven recommendations, compliments of EMC Corp.
White Paper: Small Capacity Sulfur Recovery Units By Gary J. Nagl, Merichem
Today, it is generally accepted that natural gas production is becoming more sour. Gas sweetening technologies tend to be expensive, which can be especially troublesome for the small natural gas producer. This article examines the natural gas sweetening technologies at the "small capacity" end of the spectrum and the issues involved in selecting one method versus another.
Investigating The Strain Capacity Of High-Grade, Large-Diameter Pipes By Europipe Gmbh
The increasing gas demand needs reliable and cheap transportation options to gather huge natural gas quantity from remote regions to the final market. High-pressure transportation coupled with the use of high-strength steel line pipe has been proved as the most viable way to combine technical feasibility, cost effectiveness, and reliability over the whole pipeline lifetime span.
Cameron was the first company to develop an ultrasonic flow meter, the LEFM 280CiLT, for dynamic custody transfer of LNG. The readers of Flow Control magazine voted the LEFM 280CiLT low-temperature ultrasonic flow meter the 2010 Innovation Award.
Electric, gas, and water utilities rely on proven, reliable Aclara AMI solutions to meet their most pressing data communication challenges. In urban locations and rural communities, the need to collect, understand, and use metering data is universal for the demands of today — and tomorrow.
Fike Oilfield Products is proud to introduce the Time Delay Fuse Igniter. The Fike Fuse Igniter is a stand-alone, multi-use primer. It is designed for use in downhole oil and gas exploration, completion, and production applications. Its primary use is to initiate time delays, but it can be adapted for use with other downhole oilfield devices. The Fuse Igniter can meet applications where the exposed temperature is up to 425°F, with a duration of 200 hours or less, and with a gap of 1.0 in. (25.4 mm) maximum.