Webinar | June 17, 2022

Reduce Costs And Cut Greenhouse Gases Emissions In Midstream Oil And Gas

Source: Siemens Energy, Inc. - Water Solutions
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Join Siemens flow measurement experts for an on-demand exploration of process instrumentation and its many benefits for the liquid hydrocarbon and natural gas market. We will examine how clamp-on ultrasonic flow meters and zero-bleed valve positioners work and what these accurate, cost-effective devices can do to simplify the challenging process of meeting ever-changing governmental regulations.

Additional topics of discussion will include tips for proper installation and utilization of clamp-on flow meters, a comparison of legacy flow measurement technologies and how they can be supported by clamp-on instrumentation, and the many advantages these meters offer oil and gas pipelines, including savings in both CAPEX and OPEX. We will conclude with an extensive question-and-answer session moderated by our panel of experts.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • What are clamp-on ultrasonic flow measurement and zero-bleed valve positioner technologies, and how do they work?
  • Which liquid hydrocarbon and natural gas applications will benefit most from the addition of clamp-on flow meters and zero-bleed valve positioners?
  • How can these technologies be leveraged by the oil & gas industry to reduce costs, improve pipeline performance, and better meet governmental regulations for safety, security, leak detection and lost and accounted for flow?
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