By Audrey Bold, Energy Recovery
The U.S. EPA rollout of their new gas STAR Gold program to supplement the successful, voluntary natural gas STAR program is an encouraging step towards reducing carbon impact. We knew the agency was planning to announce their new approach to reducing methane emissions, and what we heard in San Antonio at the Natural Gas STAR Annual Implementation Workshop was exciting, as it holds potential for the entire oil and gas value chain.
By Severn Trent De Nora
Installation flexibility of an electrolytic ballast water treatment design is determined by its placement inline with the main ballast system or its ability to treat a portion of the ballast water volume to achieve discharge standards.
By CTI Industries
This paper references slide 12 of the slide presentation for explaining further the Ameren "5%-Rule" expected remaining service life criteria evaluation for the AmerenUE Labadie unit 4, 5A LP feedwater heater.
By Andre Verdone, KROHNE, Inc., business manager, Canada
Accurate measurement of liquids is important for all oil and gas industry production or consumption sites. This is especially true for bulk transfer devices where large volumes of products are being moved and must be monitored, including crude oil depots, gasoline and jet fuel tank farms, refineries, and even cruise line terminals.
Liquid-liquid separation is the process of separating two immiscible liquids. Efficient liquid-liquid separation ensures product quality and water specifications, and eliminates numerous process issues. Pentair can separate two immiscible fluids with the specific gravity differences as low as 0.02 and deliver effluent concentrations lower than 5 parts per million.
The process of fracking produces heavily contaminated wastewater, or produced water. This video shows how ceramic ultrafiltration membranes can treat produced water for reuse in future fracking operations, for irrigation, or for discharge to a receiving stream.
Linda Meyers explains how SMART pH sensors and instruments help customers solve challenges like calibrating sensors in remote locations where buffer solutions, beakers, and a rinse bottle must all be carried on-site, making it cumbersome and time consuming.
Process monitoring and telemetry operations at remote sites are commonly spread across a wide area with equipment being exposed to harsh environments, making access difficult. In comparison to capital costs, the installation, operation, and maintenance of these systems is often the most significant overall expense factor in the long term. With scalability, flexibility, and ease-of-use in mind, Schneider Electric™ Telemetry and Remote SCADA Solutions are tailored to help lower this total cost of ownership. Learn more.