Many techniques are used to separate impurities in fluids. One common method is to use the process of adsorption. In an online document, Control Valve Sourcebook — Chemical Unit Operations, adsorption is defined as: …a typical mass transfer operation used in process...
Integrated Oil and Gas Well Testing
Testing the composition of oil, gas, basic sediment and water has historically been a batch-type operation where the flow from a single well has been diverted from a header leading to the production separator over to a test separator. These components are measured in...
Valve Actuators for Safety Shutdown and Small Applications
One of the world's leading spots to learn about new developments in industrial valves, valve actuators and fittings is the Valve World Expo. This event was held last month in Düsseldorf, Germany. During this event, Emerson launched two new products: the Bettis EHO...
Critical Safety Shutdown Valve Actuators for United Kingdom
Imagine 30% of a country's energy supply relying on two safety shutdown valves to flow natural gas and liquid condensate safely from offshore oil & gas production platforms to an onshore processing facility. It's critical that the valve actuators reliably perform...
Simplifying Oil and Gas Production and Well Test Piping
Oil & gas production facilities and offshore platforms require the ability to periodically test the individual wells for oil, water, brine, condensate, gas, and other fluids to understand the production trends and if well operating parameter adjustments will be...
Keep Up to Date With the Latest News and Updates
We invite you to follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube to stay up to date on the latest news, events and innovations that will help you face and solve your toughest challenges.
Do you want to reuse or translate content?
Just post a link to the entry and send us a quick note so we can share your work. Thank you very much.
Our Global Community
Emerson Exchange 365
The opinions expressed here are the personal opinions of the authors. Content published here is not read or approved by Emerson before it is posted and does not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Emerson.