Lubrication management for hydraulic applications
Operations can be streamlined and equipment reduced with this technology
Traditionally, the oil and gas industry has been slow to adopt new technology, yet the tumbling oil prices that sent a tidal wave through the industry have dramatically changed the mindset of oil producers.
Consider these factors to achieve a rigid shaft design while maintaining the proper electrical characteristics.
Tests beyond those required for OEMs make recycled parts a viable option.
One seal material formulation cannot cope with all the different environments of the oil and gas industry.
Collecting data on these factors can help users make better decisions.
Gear pumps had been experiencing vapor-lock in this midstream application.
With wired solutions, a single lightning strike can damage multiple pieces of equipment.
These modules are pre-engineered, pre-assembled, integrated and pre-tested in a factory environment, then transported to the remote location as a single structure.
This equipment can reduce downtime and make processes safer.
APTs represent a serious risk to the oil and gas industry.
This technology is efficient and provides a steady, non-pulsating flow.
North Dakota recently passed legislation with strict oil treatment requirements. The government in Saskatchewan has said they will be inspecting wells and sites this year to ensure proper treatment.
Autonomous underwater vehicles, data analytics and more look to move the industry into the future.
Joint ventures between oilfield equipment and instrumentation and gauge providers offer opportunities for integration between production and processing systems and the subsea umbilicals, risers and flow lines (SURF) package.
A system that gathers data from all components helps determine whether personnel should discontinue operation.
A self-suspending coating provides engineering flexibility and increased hydrocarbon production.
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