Posts Tagged ‘heater treater’

Improving Capital Efficiency in Well Pad Automation

Posted in Oil & Gas on Friday, December 12th, 2014. 2 comments so far
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A colleague pointed me to an article with an in depth analysis on the reasons behind the drop in oil price over the past several months. This economic climate makes oil & gas production project and operational efficiency even more important. At last summer’s Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTeC), Emerson’s Michael Machuca presented a paper, […]

Effective Oil and Gas Separator and Heater Treater Measurements

Posted in Flow, Oil & Gas on Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014. 2 comments so far
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Going back to 1980s when I worked on offshore oil & gas production projects, it seemed that well test measurements could be a tricky business. Even with today’s technologies, the increase in unconventional oil & gas production continues to make well test measurements a challenge. In an E&P magazine article, Benefits of best practice maximize […]

5 Ways to Maximize Gas Sales in Oil Production

Posted in Oil & Gas on Monday, May 19th, 2014. 3 comments so far
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Author: Lee Rumbles Handling excess gas that vaporizes from crude while in a holding tank is a problem. Options, none of which are ideal, include: vent the tank to the atmosphere, flare or combust the gas, or route gas to a Vapor Recovery Unit (VRU) where it is compressed and then sent to sales. What […]