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Chemical Injection: Why Waste Money on Injecting Excessive Chemicals?

Posted in Flow, Oil & Gas on Wednesday, February 1st, 2017. No comments yet
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Author: Clément Villevière The answer is clear, offshore producers want to guard against risky chemical under-injection and they lack confidence in the reliability of traditional chemical injection systems. Over the past few years, the oil & gas industry has experienced a major shift from a relativity high cost operating environment to the current low-cost environment […]

Offshore Overdose: How Chemical Injection Systems Can Affect Your Bottom Line

Posted in Oil & Gas on Wednesday, January 25th, 2017. One comment so far
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Author: Edward Bourke The failure to maintain accurate control over your chemical injection program can have a substantial impact on your profitability. Flow assurance is essential in oil and gas production, and chemical injection treatments help you achieve that by mitigating threats posed by hydrates, corrosion, scale, wax, asphaltenes and emulsions. With insufficient chemical injections, […]

Avoiding Corrosion while Increasing Urea Production

Posted in Chemical, Level on Thursday, August 18th, 2016. No comments yet
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Author: James Gremillion One of the key problems urea plants face is corrosion. The corrosion problem rests with one chemical produced by the urea process, ammonium carbamate. Ammonium carbamate is produced by reacting ammonia and carbon dioxide at high pressures (up to 200 bar) in a special reactor. The urea reactor is a reactor vessel […]

Offshore Technology Conference 2016—Examine your Chemical Injection System

Posted in Flow, Oil & Gas on Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016. No comments yet
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Author: Laura Schafer Take a moment and ask yourself: How much does my company spend every year on chemicals? For most, chemical injection is a sunk cost of production–it’s a cost that’s hard to tackle because few of us are chemists. Both the dosage of chemical and the amount spent on chemical is difficult to […]

Optimizing Oil and Gas Well Chemical Injection Processes

Posted in Flow, Oil & Gas on Monday, June 29th, 2015. No comments yet
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Given the presence of water in oil and gas producing wells, corrosion in the piping is a problem that must be mitigated. Producers inject chemicals into the production stream to minimize the oxidation process. The cost of these chemicals can have an impact on the overall performance of the offshore platform or onshore production field, […]